Boaz Joseph

The balls are in the kids’ court

Fraser Valley Basketball League holds basketball skills camps for kids in Surrey on weekends in January.

Redefining relationship: A speed date with destiny

Theatre play Listen To Me explores dumping the digital persona and allowing for possibility.

PHOTO: Gang tackle

White Rock-South Surrey Titans took to the field against the North Delta Longhorns in atom division football action last week.

Disturbance brings out the handcuffs

Seven men detained after altercation in Whalley on Saturday morning.

Crisis line callers distraught over death of Robin Williams

10% of callers to Surrey-based support service on Tuesday made mention of comedian’s passing.

Suspected arson fire badly damages Sunshine Hills Elementary

Early morning blaze causes an estimated $100,000 damage to North Delta school.

Who needs the real thing?

Pint-sized softball fan gets distracted during a recent game in North Delta.

Marking in the mall

A group of Surrey teachers completed some school work in the food court of Guildford Town Centre on Monday afternoon.

1969: One giant leap for the Delta Arts Council

Local artists celebrate the society's 45th anniversary over three days.

The way of the novel

Surrey author Lorna Suzuki’s fantasy book is coming to the big screen.

High style at launch of Surrey dance festival

Surrey Festival of Dance continues until April 29 at the Surrey Arts Centre.

Celebrating Celtic culture

Celtic Fest brought dancers, musicians to the Surrey Museum.

Irish eyes are dancing, singing

Shamrocks and Holly is an annual fundraiser for the Surrey Christmas Bureau.

Motorcyclist cut off, crashes

Driver not seriously injured in Tuesday morning incident in Surrey.

‘They were not illegal immigrants,’ says descendant of Komagata Maru passenger

100 years on, a Surrey family remembers ship's docking off Vancouver's shore. Surrey Museum exhibit marks anniversary.

Central City rings in the Year of the Horse

Family event featured live performances and prizes.

Delta comedy strikes while the iron is hot

One-woman show Hired Help takes to the stage at the Firehall Centre for the Arts on Feb. 2.

Hundreds remember slain hockey mom at Saturday vigil

Julie Paskall, murdered at the Newton Arena last month, was remembered Saturday at Holland Park.

PHOTO: Check, please

The Central City Breakers Piranhas took on Coastal FC United Sunday, in Metro Women's Soccer League action.

Skaters in sync

Pacific Ice Christmas Gala hit the ice at South Surrey Arena on Dec. 7, featuring clubs from across Lower Mainland.