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Maple Batalia laid to rest

Maple Batalia laid to rest

Funeral for slain SFU student on Saturday morning
Flathead mining, drilling ban official

Flathead mining, drilling ban official

The B.C. government has presented legislation to restrict mining and oil and gas development in the Flathead watershed in southeastern B.C., formalizing an agreement reached with Montana in 2010.
Ex-boyfriend charged with assaulting slain teen

Ex-boyfriend charged with assaulting slain teen

Maple Batalia was gunned down days after the alleged attack at Tim Hortons

Thumb injury gets $136,542

A man whose thumb was broken three years ago when his bicycle was struck by a car in South Surrey has been awarded $136,542.25 in damages.

Grant to kick-start kitchen upgrade

Kent Street Activity Centre members with designs on beefing up the facility’s kitchen and tea room received good news Oct. 3, when the City of White Rock approved a $25,000 grant to get the ball rolling.
Coleridge considers comeback attempt

Coleridge considers comeback attempt

Controversial former White Rock councillor James Coleridge – whose re-election to council in 2008 was overturned by B.C.’s Supreme Court – says he is a hair away from filing nomination papers for the upcoming civic election in November.
Police seeking white Dodge Charger in Surrey teen's murder

Police seeking white Dodge Charger in Surrey teen's murder

Maria Batalia's father makes a plea for any witnesses to come forward.
Baldwin first to seek White Rock mayoralty

Baldwin first to seek White Rock mayoralty

Wayne Baldwin, former White Rock city administrator, has announced he will run for mayor in the upcoming municipal election Nov. 19.
South Surrey pedestrian victims on the mend

South Surrey pedestrian victims on the mend

The mother of a former White Rock councillor was one of two pedestrians injured by debris in a horrific crash in South Surrey last week.
Mayors okay TransLink tax hike on leap of faith

Mayors okay TransLink tax hike on leap of faith

Gas tax will rise two cents, talks turn to finding new sources