Melissa Smalley

Frustration over ‘Canada 150’ grant to White Rock

Councillors say the uses of some $101,000 received should have been scrutinized by elected officials during the application process

COLUMN: Memorable stories run deeper than headlines

Peace Arch News reporter Melissa Smalley bids a fond adieu to the Semiahmoo Peninsula after years documenting its residents' stories.

City of White Rock to tabulate FOI bids

Councillor request to address procedures surrounding 'problems' with FOI requests.

Pier fundraiser backed by White Rock council

Private summer party raises ‘trepidation’ following 2014 celebration.

White Rock mayor calls for end to email ‘silliness’

Five Peninsula residents whose messages were blocked insist correspondence was not abusive or inappropriate.

White Rock arson probe spreads

Investigation into May 15 fire in hands of RCMP as nearly 100 evacuees await word on fate of building.

White Rock council focuses on mechanical waste pickup

City staff recommend contracting out manual garbage collection.

Height-reduced variation for Nichol Road proposal

Receipt of staff report opposed by White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin.

Residents wonder if the City of White Rock has been blocking their messages

White Rock councillors surprised to learn that emails from some residents were bouncing back

‘Extraordinary’ blaze tapped White Rock’s water system

White Rock leaders stand by city-owned water supply in wake of massive fire

White Rock boil-water advisory lifted

Two rounds of testing confirm no presence of bacteria, city staff say.

Donations of goods for fire victims not needed: White Rock officials

'Immediate needs being met' for more than 100 evacuees from Five Corners blaze.

White Rock boil-water advisory still in effect

White Rock water levels at full-capacity after crews battling Five Corners fire deplete reserves, causing bacteria concerns.

Night spent on streets of Vancouver ‘terrifying’ for South Surrey moms

Ocean Park residents sleep out downtown to raise funds for youth programs.

White Rock seeks grants for water treatment

City applies for provincial, federal funding to build arsenic and manganese treatment plants.

Marine Drive chef aims for local appeal

A Fine Mess owners hope to strike chord with Semiahmoo Peninsula patrons.

THIS IS THE LIFE: Call of the Wild

Volunteer trip to South African animal reserve a ‘life-changing’ experience.

Clock chimes irk White Rock resident

Owner of Johnston Road tower says bells are within bylaw limits.

Higher highrise planned for Johnston Road

Proponents of White Rock seniors retirement tower revise proposal to 23 storeys.

Laronde subdivision spurs hours of talk

Mixed reviews over neighbourhood traffic heard at Surrey public hearing.