Jennifer Lang

Sounds of the summer

Glades Garden Park (561 172 Street) is the first stop on the City of Surrey’s Sounds of Summer concert series.

B.C.’ers urged to swim and boat safely this summer

Summer is high season for drowning in B.C., prompting a safety reminder ahead of the Canada Day long weekend

Bard in the Valley takes it outdoors with Taming of the Shrew

Kate and Petruchio set to spar on stages across Langley as BIV marks its seventh exciting summer season of Shakespeare

Christmas-themed TV production rolls into Cloverdale

Surrey's historic town centre welcomes another holiday production

More support needed for Canada’s military, forum told

Cloverdale-Langley City MP hears wide-ranging discussion from drones to Donald Trump at defence townhall meeting

Discover two of Surrey’s secret gardens this summer

Saturday strolls and Sounds of Summer offer visitors the chance to see inside city's rarer-known parks, Darts Hill and the Glades

Pride Flag at half staff outside Surrey City Hall

City council unanimously endorses Coun. Lefranc's motion to fly the flag in solidarity in condemning 'cold blooded attack'

Naked driver exposes himself in Clayton Heights, Surrey RCMP warn

Surrey RCMP warn residents to be on the lookout for a man in a light brown Ford pickup who exposed himself twice Thursday

Project at Cloverdale West Village site set to get underway

Notices of construction as site preparation launches at The Bristol, a rental development that will have 85 residential units

Maple Leaf plant torn down in Cloverdale

Wrecking crews have demolished most of a former processed meat facility that closed down in 2011.

An early Yule

Film crews do a little off-season decorating in the Cloverdale town centre

Cloverdale Legion wins pro division at chili cook-off

The 19th annual competition saw crowds line up to sample amateur and pro entries.

Large crowds turn out for 70th Cloverdale Rodeo

The four-day event drew more than 100,000 visitors over the Victoria Day weekend.

Urban renewal

A man watches the demolition crew work in the rubble of the former Cloverdale Supermarket

A Tweedy twofer at the Cloverdale Bed Races

For the second year in a row, Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary claims two trophies at the Cloverdale Bed Races

Opinion: A step forward for Surrey students

The opening of a gender neutral washroom at Lord Tweedsmuir adds new layers to the term, ‘Panther Pride’

Federal funds to pay for new flooring at the Cloverdale Legion

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6 is receiving a grant from the New Horizons for Seniors program

Cloverdale Legion showcases amateur boxing at its finest

Showcase runs Sunday, May 15

‘Remarkable’ horseman Bill Davis to be remembered with special ceremony

Surrey's Elements Casino announces the longtime harness racing driver and trainer will be commemorated in October

All-gender restroom ‘a step forward’ at Lord Tweedsmuir

Students celebrate the school's first ever Pride Week with tie dye t-shirts and ribbon cutting ceremony for new washroom