Sarah Massah

White Rock’s Bayview Park to get boost

Waterfront spot to receive upgrades this summer after infrastructure grant from federal government.

Drugs or alcohol ruled out in deadly South Surrey car crash

Coroners service to determine if brain tumour discovered after crash a factor in incident.

Peninsula brothers have Cannes-do attitude

Siblings' short film screened at prestigious festival

Prepared to help others

Emergency supply company donating to disaster-relief program

‘I don’t want to just be another statistic’

Terminal-cancer diagnosis inspires young Ocean Park woman to set new goals.

Focus on ‘natural’ wealth

South Surrey business luncheon featured David Suzuki CEO

‘Fools’ raise Rotary funds

South Surrey Rotary Club raises $7,000 for anti-bullying initiative

South Surrey designer honoured

South Surrey Smiles office wins in small design firm category

Earl Marriott Secondary parents spread the word

Overcrowding concerns prompt PAC to stage day of action

The Scene

Information on entertainment events on the Semiahmoo Peninsula.

Vidal Street to go to public hearing

Public to be able voice concerns and comments sometime in April.

Battle over White Rock B&B bylaw

Existing vacation rental suites are illegal: city staff

‘Unforeseen’ asbestos found in City of White Rock pipes

Sewage-system replacement to cost White Rock up to $250,000 more

Secondary-suite fees supported in White Rock

Council approved Bylaw 2009 for first, second and third readings.

UPDATED: Vandals smash windows at South Surrey liquor store

RCMP investigation indicates entry gained into Berezan Liquor Store on 24 Avenue.

Museum head rebuts mayor’s criticisms

Finances, attendance figures reviewed by City of White Rock

Crescent Park lawn damage ‘upsetting’

For second time in a month, a vehicle has damaged a lawn in South Surrey

Pier delay risks grant

Setbacks to repairs – including lack of response from contractors – could cost $115,000

City OKs billboard renewal

White Rock website up 51 per cent as result of signage.

Muffler-site developer concedes bid for extra height

Dozens come to public hearing to protest proposed project