Local Liberal candidates rode a wave of support to victory, literally in some cases.
Richard Morrison was thrilled to be honoured with the BC Rehab Gert Vorsteher Memorial Award last week.
White Rock artist April Lacheur is putting her paintings where her heart is.
Surrey Museum's newest exhibit is one smartly turned out affair.
The Dailey Method studio in White Rock is celebrating its first anniversary with free classes and cake.
If you've ever wondered where and how artists get a leg up into the art world, one popular - if not well-known route - is through local art groups, such as Surrey Artwest Society.
In honour of National Poetry Month, next week's Readings by the Salish Sea will feature two accomplished poets, Catherine Owen and Warren Dean Fulton.
Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation is receiving a $3 million grant from the Ministry of Health toward the expansion of the Peace Arch Hospice.
A marine biologist will be taking people on an adventure to check out an octopus den - at least virtually.
For most people, feeling hungry is easily fixed by a trip to the kitchen or a restaurant. Not so for many of Canada's seniors.
White Rock's Artists' Walk is as much for the public as it is for the artists and the city itself.
When Matthew McKinnon finishes the Ride to Conquer Cancer in June, it will be exactly one year since the Surrey teen had surgery to remove a brain tumour.
While looming tax deadlines may irk most Canadians, it's outright anxiety-producing for those who owe the government a sizeable chunk of change and can't pay up.
Envision Financial has launched a new, long-term initiative to support food banks in communities it serves.
Margaret Carkner, née Hargrove, will celebrate her 100th birthday next weekend.
Surrey RCMP have confirmed that what looked like an abduction in front of a busy mall was really a hoax.
When April Lacheur was growing up in North Delta, she was a good art student in school and even took extra classes.
A Surrey caterer is applauding changes to the province's liquor laws that she says will be good for both business and people planning big events.
With the deadline to get RRSPs looming, many people are weighing up their choices.