It seems Surrey is very comfortable with its Liberal MLAs, thank you very much.
Local Liberal candidates rode a wave of support to victory, literally in some cases.
A body discovered by two campers on May 5 has been identified as that of missing White Rock man David Klammer by the B.C. Coroners Service.
A week after council asked staff to revisit the current ban on skateboarding and similar methods of locomotion, the City of White Rock has taken measures to deter boarders from cruising down Everall Street.
A proposal in the U.S. senate to look at charging Canadians a fee for crossing the border has been put out to pasture.
This week in tech news, it looks like authorities are once again making moves against the infamous Pirate Bay.
Strike action may be coming to Surrey schools following a recent vote by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) local 728.
A new Surrey-based coalition is hoping to bring the city's need for transit to the forefront by advocating purely for light-rail transportation (LRT) in the city of parks.
When it comes to education in B.C., Surrey is arguably ground zero. Not only does the city have the largest school district in the province, but at a time when other districts are closing schools as a result of declining student populations, Surrey's continues to grow, leading to overcrowded classrooms and portables, and more students requiring special assistance.
A South-Surrey based movement to put pressure on the federal government to bring affordable and accessible medical marijuana to patients has added a local MLA to its movement.
A proposal to look at making use of an empty city-owned building could lead to White Rock's council chambers moving out of city hall.
Should a 12-storey concrete highrise be built on Vidal Street? That was the question being asked during a packed public hearing at White Rock city hall Monday night.
A current ban on skateboarding, longboarding and other rolling activities in White Rock may be on the way out following Monday's council meeting.
Despite coming up short at the 2013 VEX Robotics High School World Championships in Anaheim last week, the Enver Creek Secondary robotics team is happy with what can only be described as a stellar rookie season.
A thick red liquid found draining onto White Rock beach last week has been identified as runoff from either concrete or brick, likely due to pressure washing from elsewhere in the city.
With its rolling hills and winding roads, White Rock would seem the ideal place for many a youth looking to surf some pavement on their skateboards.
The, ahem, "40th B.C. Provincial Election" has been underway for more than a week now and, to borrow a word from colleague Christopher Poon, the collective reaction of the populace so far has been an overwhelming, "Meh."
The White Rock Pier is officially open, three weeks earlier than anticipated following structural upgrades that began back in March.
Red sludge found leaking out of a pipe onto White Rock beach Tuesday is being investigated by Environment Canada.