For parents of little girls, there's cute, then there's sweet and finally there's oh-my-God-that's-so-adorable.
Drew Nicholson used a home course advantage to propel himself to victory the inaugural Surrey International World Music Marathon on Sunday.
A community is only as strong as the bonds it forges within its neighbourhoods. All the parks, pools, gymnasiums, and coffee shops will go to rot if there are no families, friends and businesses united in bringing everyone together. It's the spark that fires the desire to build community capital.
She is Britain's 40th monarch to be crowned since William the Conqueror in 1066.
For Roz Francis, it's not just taste that matters. Before she puts anything on her plate, or that of her husband's, she wants to know what's in the food they're about to eat.
Lana Kasikci knows all too well what it's like to suffer the proverbial "kick below the belt."
If a community can only grow if the heart is healthy, White Rock appears to be in tip-top shape as another season of the summer farmers' market kicked off Sunday, with local residents flocking to the streets to "buy local."
There are no easy paths in Kristopher Lirette's journey through life. The 30-year-old is confined to a wheelchair as cerebral palsy has left him deaf and susceptible to seizures. Yet as he makes his way down a gravel path at Green Timbers Lake in Surrey and inches closer to the shoreline, his face lights up at the sight of a fishing rod. With the help of Rob Ausma, a quick cast into the lake and a smile lights up his face.
One hundred days of generosity in Surrey has not gone unnoticed.
Life after graduation can be tricky as students leave the relatively comfortable nest of being a student for the grind of the highly competitive job market. For former Cloverdale resident Kayla Dunbar, life is good.
Delta Mayor Lois Jackson is hoping business community investment in one of the region's most underdeveloped areas will revitalize the Scott Road corridor.
Future artists will get a chance to burn brightly as another Surrey Children's Festival returns to Bear Creek Park and Surrey Arts Centre this Thursday through Saturday (May 24-26).
Riding a bull for eight seconds isn't the only way to see stars this weekend at Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair.
Outside the emergency room doors at Surrey Memorial Hospital, the frantic pace of construction of a new addition to the grounds adds to the hectic pace inside the doors. Like the hospital itself, B.C.'s health care system is undergoing major reconstruction. In the narrow alley outside the automatic doors, the frontline of our health care system waits for the next call.
B.C. Ombudsperson Kim Carter will be in Surrey Wednesday looking for input on the future of health care for seniors.
Re: "Tough sell as developer faces Burns Bog defenders," the Now, April 19.