Monisha Martins

‘Candidates should declare donations’

Several candidates for Pitt Meadows council have promised to reveal their campaign donations ahead of voting day...

Election 2014: Pitt Meadows activist seeks seat

Council watcher Mike Stark tried for a seat in 2011 as well

Election 2014: Pitt Meadows activist seeks seat

Council watcher Mike Stark tried for a seat in 2011 as well

Classic whodunnit in time for Halloween

The Mousetrap plays until Oct. 31 at Theatre in the Country

Teen killed at Maple Ridge railway crossing

Police say Tiffany Williams, 16, was wearing headphones, listening to music and texting when she was struck by a train at Hammond Road

Pitt Meadows to toughen rules for dangerous dogs

Staff crafting bylaw that prohibits retractable leashes and tethering for more than two hours

Harris Road crossing to close for three days

Canadian Pacific rail repaving bumpy crossing on Harris Road in Pitt Meadows from Oct. 28 to Oct. 30

Deer freed from tangle in Maple Ridge

The buck had yards of blue rope wrapped around his antlers and neck

Fight in Maple Ridge leaves one man dead, another in critical condition

Louie Spavier was seriously injured after getting into a argument which turned violent on Sept. 30 in Maple Ridge

Shooting and stabbing in Maple Ridge

Two men injured in fight on Laity Street, Ridge Meadows RCMP believe it is connected to the drug trade

Man shot in Maple Ridge

Police investigating an incident where one man was shot and another stabbed early Tuesday on Laity Street.

Bear poached in Pitt Meadows

Had been shot, dumped in field, both front paws chopped off

How about overpass at Allen Way?

Pitt Coun. Bruce Bell wants Pitt Meadows to look at an alternative to an interchange at Harris Road and Lougheed Highway

Bedbug scare at Maple Ridge mental health unit

The Fraser Health clinic was closed for a day for pest control.

Oil on stove sparks fire in Maple Ridge house

Two women escaped unharmed, but house damaged substantially.

Ridge chamber warns about potential sale scam

Woman is approaching businesses about buying their properties.

North Lougheed mall developer to work past roadblock

SmartCentres disappointed by stall as split Pitt Meadows council brings development plans to a halt

Penalty for scrapping Pitt park

Construction on the 35-hectare park was set to start in early September, but came to a halt after a protest by residents.

Shelter losing cold-weather beds

Federal government removes funding for extra room during winter

Daycare owner declares bankruptcy after sex assault lawsuits

Judge awards family $25,000 for mental distress, but they are unlikely to see a penny of it.