Amy Reid

Crash in Surrey leaves 1,500 without power

BC Hydro reporting nearly 2,000 without power across Lower Mainland

Surrey RCMP seek suspect in sandwich restaurant robbery

Police say robbery occured last November in Newton

Surrey man killed while being Good Samaritan on Coquihalla: ‘He couldn’t help but help people’

GoFundMe page has raised more than $15K in honour of 35-year-old Nicholas Funke

Surrey crews out in ‘full force’ preparing for snow

Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner says city crews are out salting and sanding 24 hours a day

FURRY FRIDAY: Surrey animal shelter’s adoptee of the week

Meet Margo the rabbit, this week’s featured animal currently at Surrey Animal Resource Centre

Surrey Women in Business Award finalists announced

Former Tory prime minister Kim Campbell is keynote speaker at the event

Newton bingo hall to close after April 21

Gateway Casinos ‘working to transition its employees from the Newton facility to other Gateway properties in the region’

‘Significant waitlists’ for early French Immersion programs in Surrey

District struggling to find specialist teachers for French Immersion, Fine Arts and Montessori programs

‘Anti-gym’ for baby boomers opens in Surrey today

Expanding Surrey-born company is brainchild of city’s 2017 Business Person of the Year, Sara Hodson

Surrey SFU students win $35K for sleep apnea tech

Big win for ‘sleep wearable’ machine that helps reduce snoring

Surrey school board says it’s in good financial shape despite $21M shortfall

Shortfall was $4.6 million higher than expected this school year in Surrey

Surrey mayor says B.C. budget is ‘people focused’

$1.2B commitment to Mayors’ Council transportation plan is ‘good sign’ for Surrey LRT: Hepner

Surrey Board of Trade praises ‘balanced’ B.C. budget, but wants an LRT commitment

‘What we need for Surrey is certainty,’ says SBOT boss of provincial commitment to light rail plan

Whalley cadets fundraising in Surrey this weekend

Dollars raised are more important than ever, with 767 Dearman Squadron on the hunt for a new home

Surrey awards contract for Hawthorne Park improvements

Roughly $1 million contract is first of three phases of upgrades to the Surrey park

French, Punjabi and Mandarin are most sought second-languages in Surrey schools: report

Surrey school district reports several themes identified in recent second-language program survey

KPU Surrey open house this weekend

University says event at Surrey campus will be a ‘hub of activity, creativity and inspiration’

Surrey averaging one shooting a week in 2018

Police believe Friday night shooting in 13200-block of 62nd Avenue was targeted

Surrey council votes to cap public hearing speakers to five minutes

Surrey man says the move is ‘destroying open consultations and transparency’

Surrey schools saw doubling of international students from 2010 to 2017

‘We have one of the largest elementary fee-paying programs in B.C. and Canada and it continues to grow.’