Robert Mangelsdorf

Locals golden at B.C. Summer Games in Surrey

20 local athletes came home with gold medals last weekend.

Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’

Bertoia has four goals as Maple Ridge beats Victoria 15-11 on the road

Burrards girls dominate at B.C. finals

Peewee girls win gold, midget girls take silver, bantam squad finishes fourth last weekend

Maple Ridge adds three new parks

Maple Ridge residents will soon have three new parks for their enjoyment

Maple Ridge mulls live pet sale ban

The ban being considered by council would apply to all pets other than reptiles, fish

Waterfront pitch for Port Haney

Features apartments, boardwalk, marina and plane dock.

Maple Ridge residents trying to slow traffic

Resdeints of 132nd Ave are organizing Park in Street Day to show how narrowing the road would make it safer

Northeast industrial land in Maple Ridge ‘underutilized’

Land in northeast Maple Ridge will stay that way until road extended

Wildfire plan could drive up building costs in Maple Ridge

Developments adjacent to forested areas in Maple Ridge, like Silver Valley, could be subject to the new Wildfire Development Permit Area

New Maple Ridge employment centre opens

WorkBC office to serve 2,800 unemployed in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

SPCA wants money to take on feral cats in Maple Ridge

B.C. SPCA is hoping the District of Maple Ridge will chip in $30,000 annually for a program to spay and neuter feral cats

New digs for therapeutic riding association

Maple Ridge facility is moving further east to Webster's Corner

Alouette Lake views will be protected

But logging still allowed on eastern shore

Teachers vote to ratify new contract

B.C. School districts to vote on deal this week.

New summer school programs added in Maple Ridge

Thomas Haney secondary shows students how to make leap to high school

Maple Ridge Burrards trade leading scorer Derek Lowe to Shamrocks

Lowe has played nine seasons with the Burrards, amassing 392 points in 161 games played, including 197 goals.

A homecoming for a hometown hero

NHL player Brendan Morrison will be on-hand at Pitt Meadows Arena this Saturday at 10:30 a.m. for the unveiling of a statue in his likeness

Teachers, province reach tentative deal

Local teachers welcome improved benefits

Maple Ridge Burrards chopped down by Timbermen

Burrards fall 10-6 to visiting Timbermen, Sunday at home.

Pitt Meadows show jumper hopes to help her horse

Fundraiser for Archer at the Golden Ears Pub in Pitt Meadows on July 7 at 5 p.m.