Tom Zillich

Serena Deol, Jaspreet Deol, Madison Sweeney and Tanveer Pannu (pictured clockwise from top left) are Surrey United soccer players recruited to the University of Fraser Valley. (submitted photos)

Surrey United soccer quartet sign to play for UFV Cascades

Three of the university’s recruits are Panorama Ridge Secondary students

Serena Deol, Jaspreet Deol, Madison Sweeney and Tanveer Pannu (pictured clockwise from top left) are Surrey United soccer players recruited to the University of Fraser Valley. (submitted photos)
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Surrey-born hoops player Jasman Sangha signs with NCAA Div. 1 team in Texas

‘We love Surrey and still have a lot of family there,’ brother says

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Surrey RCMP officers on scene at a shooting in the 9700-block of 161A Street Tuesday, May 4, 2021.(Photo: Shane MacKichan)

Fatal Guildford shooting of woman leads to murder charge for man, 24

Ali Khudhair charged following death of Keryane Arsenault

Surrey RCMP officers on scene at a shooting in the 9700-block of 161A Street Tuesday, May 4, 2021.(Photo: Shane MacKichan)
Members of Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. (File photo)

B.C.-wide #DayOfMusic to feature 100-plus free virtual concerts May 15

‘Our colleagues across the province have figured out new ways to perform and connect,’ VSO boss says

Members of Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. (File photo)
Hjorth Road Pool is one of Surrey’s eight outdoor pools. (Photo: Tides Out)

Three of Surrey’s outdoor pools will open May 17 for free swims, others to follow

Public swim times will be in 45-minute blocks ‘to ensure access for all’

Hjorth Road Pool is one of Surrey’s eight outdoor pools. (Photo: Tides Out)
North Surrey Sport and Ice Complex. (Photo: larkgroup.com)

North Surrey rink, Newton playground earn B.C. excellence awards

Awards presented by BC Recreation and Parks Association

North Surrey Sport and Ice Complex. (Photo: larkgroup.com)
The old Rona store sign stands near the demolished building, to make way for the future Newton Community Centre on the site, in the 6900-block of King George Boulevard. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

VIDEO: Site of future Newton Community Centre picked without consultation, BIA says

For $90M project, city ‘bought the house and now they’re asking the kids where they want to live’

The old Rona store sign stands near the demolished building, to make way for the future Newton Community Centre on the site, in the 6900-block of King George Boulevard. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
The Myrtle Sisters. (submitted photo)

VIDEO: ‘Magical adventure through musical time’ coming to Surrey’s Digital Stage

East Van’s harmony-singing Myrtle Sisters are featured in online broadcast of ‘Out of Time’

The Myrtle Sisters. (submitted photo)
Whalley’s Flamingo Hotel in 1960. (Photo: Surrey Archives/Stan McKinnon collection)

‘Whalley Before Skyscrapers’ talk to focus on archival photos, plus video from 1993

Surrey Archives boasts more than 60,000 archival photographs available online

Whalley’s Flamingo Hotel in 1960. (Photo: Surrey Archives/Stan McKinnon collection)
Surrey resident Evan MacNamara, 20, received a Standing Tall Award from Coast Capital Savings last year. (YouTube photo)

VIDEO: Emotional ‘Standing Tall’ award moment for Surrey student musician

Prior to death, Evan MacNamara’s father wrote Coast Capital Savings with a request to help his son

Surrey resident Evan MacNamara, 20, received a Standing Tall Award from Coast Capital Savings last year. (YouTube photo)
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Author’s set-in-Surrey novel won’t be a mystery during May 12 talk

Online Q&A planned with ‘Six Weeks to Live’ novelist Catherine McKenzie

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Gary Decker outside the auto parts business he’s owned and operated in Whalley for three decades. Friday, April 30 was his final day of business before retirement. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Gary Decker outside the auto parts business he’s owned and operated in Whalley for three decades. Friday, April 30 was his final day of business before retirement. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Broadcaster Lynda Steele hosted the online Surrey Women in Business Awards for 2021. (Youtube photo)
Broadcaster Lynda Steele hosted the online Surrey Women in Business Awards for 2021. (Youtube photo)
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Winding down at the Round Up: Today is Surrey diner’s final day

‘Without all of you we probably would have closed years ago,’ says Facebook post

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Norm Lipinski, Chief Constable of the Surrey Police Service.
Norm Lipinski, Chief Constable of the Surrey Police Service.
Composer Jordan Nobles in a photo posted to his website (jordannobles.com).

‘Apollo Initiative’ unites 350 young B.C. musicians in streamed concert for mental health

It’s free to watch May 7, with donations encouraged to Canadian Mental Health Association

Composer Jordan Nobles in a photo posted to his website (jordannobles.com).
Image from the “Save Bear Creek Park/PSA Video” posted to vimeo.com.

New video aims to ‘Save Bear Creek Park’ by stopping 84th Ave. extension in Surrey

City says the project aims to relieve ‘over-saturated’ traffic on 88th and 72nd Avenues

Image from the “Save Bear Creek Park/PSA Video” posted to vimeo.com.
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SURREY NOW & THEN: John ‘Earthquake’ Tenta wrestled around world before death 15 years ago

Surrey Now & Then is a weekly look back at Surrey-area landmark sites, events and people

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Gurpreet and Dalbir Grewal. (submitted photo/BCLC Media Relations)

Surrey couple in ‘disbelief’ after $25K lottery win, their largest ever

Dalbir and Gurpreet Grewal won the prize in the Feb. 13 draw

Gurpreet and Dalbir Grewal. (submitted photo/BCLC Media Relations)
Pictured clockwise from top left are award winners Hillary Birkett, Kendrick Lounsbury, Colton Cameron, Jayden Martin, Taya Suttill and Olivia Lounsbury.

Surrey athletes are regional winners of Premier’s Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport

Held online, a ceremony is posted as a 13-minute video with speeches

Pictured clockwise from top left are award winners Hillary Birkett, Kendrick Lounsbury, Colton Cameron, Jayden Martin, Taya Suttill and Olivia Lounsbury.