Evan Seal

Is that a shadow… or something more sinister?

A society of skeptical investigators helps individuals and businesses figure it out.

Students get their ‘stache on

Kwantlen group learns about business while raising funds for men’s health initiatives

Guildford residents get the B-Line blues

Not everyone's happy with new express bus, as quiet Guildford street becomes a noisy turn-around route.

Surrey Hospice Society welcomes new leader

Executive Director Beth Kish sees funding partnerships and volunteers as keys to the organization's success.

Longtime Black Press employee passes

Ron West remembered as a big man with an even bigger heart.

Banking on student success

Coast Capital Savings donates $135,000 to Junior Achievement financial program for B.C. schools.

Surrey sports store goes ‘Green’ for charity

Canucks' celebrities and Sophie Tweed-Simmons help raise funds for the Centre for Child Development.

Aiming for the stars

Surrey photographer launches new book of classic rock images.

Searching for hidden heroes

Stem cell donor drive kicks off at SFU Surrey. Second information day is on Feb. 25

Guildford family’s memories stolen on Valentine’s Day

Mother appeals to thief to return irreplaceable photos of deceased daughter.

Forty years of Delta school memories

Staff and alumni of North Delta's Burnsview Secondary revisit the past at anniversary celebration.

Rainy rollover on Highway 10

Multiple vehicles involved in Wednesday morning crash.

Couple makes healthy donation for Surrey students

Dave and Diane Balsor donate $140,000 to firefighters' school snack program.

An investment in the Future

Retailer Future Shop donates $60K worth of cameras and computers to Surrey School District as part of 2012 BC Summer Games legacy.

An investment in the future

Retailer Future Shop donates $60K worth of cameras and computers to Surrey School District as part of 2012 BC Summer Games legacy.

Understanding Iqbal

Old Yale Elementary School students present a play about a young Pakistani boy and his quest to spread awareness about child labour.

COLUMN: Metro Vancouver and its out-of-touch planning

Planners sit in their ivory tower on Kingsway in Burnaby and blithely recommend policies which are completely out of touch with reality.

New technology a boon for small and sick babies at Surrey Memorial

Nutrient mixing machine helps feed premature infants.

Surrey couple learns the true meaning of ‘snail mail’

Last week Laurel and Victor Sweet received an envelope they mailed eight years ago.

Marking a milestone

Betty Warden celebrates her 101st birthday at Amenida senior's community in Surrey.