Jennifer Lang

Cloverdale residents shred thousands of documents for food banks

'Shred it and Forget it' event raises $2,300 and sees hundreds of boxes of personal documents safely shredded

Cloverdale-Langley City MP hosts town hall meeting on new legislation on physician-assisted dying

John Aldag to provide update and invite comments from constituents Thursday at Martha Currie Elementary in Cloverdale

Pacificaires dazzle at international competition

The Surrey-based Color Guard returns home with silver from Winter Guard International World Championships

Rodeo Bowl: It’s a draw

Captains from this year's annual Rodeo Bowl rugby contest in Cloverdale pose for a post tournament photo

SLT alumnus in Stage 43 comedy

Cloverdale resident Chris Francisque joins the cast of Five Women Wearing the Same Dress

Police hunt for stolen car after homeowner stabbed in Surrey

A man was stabbed in his home in the 19100-block of 62 Avenue in Surrey during an early morning break in by two men

Reader photo: Choir fills Cloverdale church with song

The Asante Children's Choir makes a stop at Zion Lutheran Church

Lyle MacMillan receives inaugural honour at first-ever ‘Clovies’

Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce honours seven businesses, organizations and individuals for making a difference

It’s business as usual as renos roll at the Cloverdale Legion

Work begins on a months-long renovation project to modernize and update Cloverdale Legion Branch 6

Titanic tale ‘a parable for our times’

Cloverdale’s Raychel Taylor joins ensemble cast of 15 in Surrey Little Theatre's Canadian premier of The Last Lifeboat

Traffic blocked as Mounties deal with crashes in Cloverdale

Motorcyclist, pedestrian seriously injured in two separate collisions this morning

Surrey Night Market to make a comeback

Organizers vow to launch a third season, saying last year's storm has doubled their resolve

Finalists announced for first-ever ‘Clovies Awards’

Twenty-five Cloverdale businesses, individuals and organizations are finalists in Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce awards

Family Fun on tap for Fraser Valley Symphony

Film scores and the musical tale, Peter and the Wolf, featured at upcoming spring concert

Claypool re-elected president of Cloverdale Rodeo association

Veteran volunteers returned to executive board of the association that runs the annual Rodeo and Country Fair

Challenger baseball brings an accessible game to Cloverdale kids

Organizers recruiting now for players, volunteers and sponsors of new baseball division for kids with physical, cognitive disabilities

Clocks go forward this weekend

We make the switch to Pacific Daylight Saving Time Sunday

Panthers claim two provincial basketball championships

Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary's Grade 9 boys and Grade 8 girls win B.C. high school basketball tournaments

Townline offers assurances on mall development in Cloverdale

‘The Bristol’ set to break ground this spring if permit is approved by the city

Surrey RCMP reminding people to secure vehicles

Theft of autos down 23 per cent, but theft from autos only down two per cent