Ridge Meadows Search and Rescue are the recipients of a generous gift from Maple Ridge Chrysler - a three-quarter ton Dodge Ram truck to use in their rescue operations.
Tolls on the Golden Ears Bridge will go up on July 15.
One fish, two fish, three fish, four...
The Independent Investigation Office of B.C. has been deployed to Maple Ridge this weekend, after a youth was struck by an RCMP cruiser.
Mounties had a small road south of 56th Avenue, across from Tall Timber Golf Course blocked off while they investigated an incident Saturday morning.
A man has been arrested after police seized firearms, a hand grenade, a Taser, ammunition, body armour and a small amount of drugs.
Rachael Yamagata with Sanders Bohlke, Electric Owl, June 17 at 7 p.m. $20 advance.
Jillian Jensen wasn’t bullied because of her looks, the singer/songwriter was bullied because of who she was.
It wasn’t a bait car, but a West Vancouver sedan is missing some trim and covered in bear paw scratches after a curious bruin tried get in sometime Wednesday night, The incident happened on the 500-block of Craigmohr Road.
COQUITLAM — Coquitlam Mounties have released more details about a double shooting in a quiet neighbourhood Thursday night.
It’s not just Maple Ridge bears that are trying to break into cars.
Removing blackberries, disposing of garbage, weeding gardens, and scrubbing headstones were among the duties performed by congregates of the Burnett Fellowship during a recent Serve the City day.
THE United States is monitoring its citizens, but so are we. The recently unveiled secret domestic surveillance program south of the border has triggered new debate about the precarious balance between security and liberty. Intelligence agencies are now capable of compiling more data than they can ever scrutinize, ranging from phone calls to emails to that thing you did in your car when you thought no one was paying attention. Is bidding farewell to privacy the price we pay for terrorism? Should we be more concerned about surveillance?
JOHN Weston stands behind Prime Minister Stephen Harper in light of the recent controversies hitting the Canadian Senate and the Prime Minister's Office.
Coquitlam Mounties are being tight-lipped about a major bust of drugs and guns in the Tri-Cities this week.
The proposed Sixth Street Community Plan got thumbs up from residents and businesses, and on Monday night Burnaby council endorsed it.
Thespians with Emerald Pig Theatrical Society don’t have time to bask in the glow of their victories at last month’s regional theatre competitions.
Tyler O’Neill is on his way in professional baseball.
The National Energy Board says it's responding to a spill from Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain line near Merritt.