Amy Reid

Crash knocks out power to 2,000 homes in Surrey, Delta

Motorists told to avoid area as crews work to restore power, on 96th Avenue between 118th and 120th streets

Fleetwood BIA joins Surrey’s ‘Love Where You Live’ city beautification project

Businesses in Fleetwood joined Mayor McCallum for a community clean-up Tuesday

Surrey mayor appoints his Safe Surrey Coalition to police transition committee

McCallum dissolved the city’s public safety committee last week in favour of the new committee

Surrey council approves modular housing projects for homeless after lengthy hearing

Vote comes after three-hour-long public hearing over supportive housing projects in Whalley, Guildford

Newton’s ‘mural alley’ to light up with entrepreneurial talent, food, music and more

First annual ‘Newt Fest’ is set for July 27 as launch for envisioned ‘entreprenueurial hub’

Public hearing set for two Surrey modular housing projects for homeless

Surrey council set to vote Monday on projects in Guildford, Whalley

‘Let’s get lost’: Cloverdale corn maze gears up for 20th season in Surrey

This year’s 25-acre Bose Family Corn Maze made in shape of Scouts Canada logo

‘Y Dance’ event to raise money for new YMCA in Surrey

Downtown Surrey BIA looks to raise $100K for new facility to celebrate CEO’s 100th Ironman race

Hundial the latest councillor to split from McCallum’s Safe Surrey Coalition

Councillor says the mayor dissolving the public safety committee was the ‘final straw’ for him

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say 46-year-old woman has been found

Police say Charanjit Ludu is safe

Hazmat team called to Surrey recycling centre

Witness at scene said several workers reported affects including coughing, headaches and chest tightness

Bureaucracy leaves Whalley Legion members thirsty

Legion’s new location needs liquor licence, despite being down street from former digs

‘What we’re hearing about is a different kind of overdose happening,’ says Fraser Health

Health authority says benzodiazepine doesn’t respond to naloxone as it is not an opioid

Surrey mayor dissolves public safety committee, creates one for police transition

Locke slams the move, saying who McCallum appoints to the committee will be ‘a very large tell’

Flamingo demolition crews hit water main in Surrey

Hotel is ‘98 per cent’ torn down

17-year-old girl seriously hurt after BMW crashes into pole in Surrey

Police seek witnesses after crash in Newton, in the 6300-block of 128th Street

Should Surrey create a campsite for its homeless?

It’s an idea floated by a Whalley service provider, and city says ‘nothing is off the table at this point’

Surrey councillor vows to push for Cloverdale rink in this year’s budget

Councillor also pitches townhall meetings before draft budget is finalized ‘to let people have more input’

Surrey council unanimously approves ‘deeply’ affordable housing project

Options Community Services hopes council will waive $1.5 million in development fees for the project

Surrey charity sues school district over daycare program for teen parents

Options Community Services disputes the validity of a termination notice sent by the Surrey School District