Boaz Joseph

Out of the dark and into digital, another door closes

It’s hard to say goodbye to the countless people I’ve interviewed and wrote about over the years.

VIDEO: Surrey in fine fiddle form

Surrey Old Time Fiddlers switch their monthly dances to Tuesday afternoons in Clayton Heights.

Fire sweeps through Surrey house

Neighbours in Bridgeview kept well away from three-alarm blaze.

VIDEO: Happenin’ harmony from the community

An Afternoon of Harmony brought local voices to the Firehall Centre for the Arts on Feb. 19.

A message to Trump: No Ban, No Wall

Protesters rally at Peace Arch Park over Trump administration's Muslim Ban and xenophobic rhetoric.

Ultralight plane crashes in Surrey

Pilot escapes with minor injuries after plane loses power and lands in the bush.

WEATHER UPDATE: New snowfall warning, Alex Fraser Bridge closed

More snow expected for Monday as temperature hovers around freezing.

Woman takes to Surrey tree

Firefighters, police spend hours trying to coax woman down from cedar in Guildford.

VIDEO: Grooving with the Surrey Archives

Using archival images, Surrey heritage staff takes a trip back the 1960s on Youtube.

Broomstick magic hits the field

The Harry Potter-based sport of quidditch sweeps Surrey.

All aboard for strategy

BottosCon 2016 Board Game Convention brought more that 100 enthusiasts to Surrey over the weekend.

Sweet dreams and flying machines

Artist Ralph Heading will bring his steampunk vision for an artist talk at the Surrey Art Gallery on Oct. 6.

Mud, sweat and beers

Rugged Maniac 5K obstacle race comes to Cloverdale for a second year.

Got junk? City offers free drop-off

Surrey operations centre will accept unwanted household items.

Word is there’s a new chief librarian in town

Surinder Bhogal takes over Surrey Libraries as leader Melanie Houlden retires.

A soldier remembered

Lt. Col. Pritam Singh Jauhal fought to have turbans admitted in Royal Canadian Legion halls.

Toddler taken to hospital after fall

Two-year-old girl tumbles out of window at house in Newton.

The Leader wins provincial honours

Writing and photography lauded at BC & Yukon Community Newspapers Association’s 2016 Ma Murray Awards

Fighting fire with food

Sikh community rallies to assist victims of Fort McMurray wildfires.

Formal apology coming for Komagata Maru kin

Prime minister Justin Trudeau to apologize for 1914 incident in the House of Commons next month.