Nick Greenizan

A fundraiser at Peace Portal Par 3 Golf Course raised $7,500 each for Avalon Centre and the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation. (Contributed photo)

Golf fundraiser raises funds for hospital, Avalon Centre

Organizers have already set date for 2023 event

A fundraiser at Peace Portal Par 3 Golf Course raised $7,500 each for Avalon Centre and the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation. (Contributed photo)
Surrey fire crews were called to a fire at a home in Newton just before noon on Monday. (Shane McKichan photo)

Newton house fire sends three to hospital for smoke inhalation

Blaze happened in home just before noon Monday

Surrey fire crews were called to a fire at a home in Newton just before noon on Monday. (Shane McKichan photo)
The City of Surrey officially marked the opening of new pickleball courts at Crescent Park Sept. 15. The following weekend, the courts were vandalized. (City of Surrey photo)

Crescent Park pickleball courts vandalized just days after opening

Cost to repair asphalt, nets, other structures not yet determined, City of Surrey says

The City of Surrey officially marked the opening of new pickleball courts at Crescent Park Sept. 15. The following weekend, the courts were vandalized. (City of Surrey photo)
Thousands of people follow residential school survivors, Indigenous leaders, elders and youth on a walk to Semiahmoo First Nation lands during National Day for Truth and Reconciliation last year. (File photo)

Flag-raising, walk among events planned for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Events begin at 10 a.m. Friday at White Rock city hall; walk scheduled for 1 p.m. near beach

Thousands of people follow residential school survivors, Indigenous leaders, elders and youth on a walk to Semiahmoo First Nation lands during National Day for Truth and Reconciliation last year. (File photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver made 27 saves, and stopped two shootout attempts, in a 5-4 win over the Wenatchee Wild Friday in South Surrey. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles edge Wenatchee in BCHL season-opener

Home team wins 5-4 in shootout Friday night at South Surrey Arena

Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver made 27 saves, and stopped two shootout attempts, in a 5-4 win over the Wenatchee Wild Friday in South Surrey. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey firefighters battle a blaze at a home in the 8900-block of Crichton Dr. Thursday evening. (Shane McKichan photo)

VIDEO: Fire crews tackle house fire in Surrey Thursday evening

Blaze happened in two-storey home in 8900-block of Crichton Drive

Surrey firefighters battle a blaze at a home in the 8900-block of Crichton Dr. Thursday evening. (Shane McKichan photo)
In celebration of autumn, South Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm will host its Olde Harvest Fair Saturday, Sept. 22, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. (City of Surrey photo)

Harvest Fair planned for South Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm

Family-friendly event to mark the start of fall planned for Saturday

In celebration of autumn, South Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm will host its Olde Harvest Fair Saturday, Sept. 22, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. (City of Surrey photo)
The South Surrey Indoor Pool reopened Tuesday, Sept. 20. (surrey.ca photo)

‘Great morning’ as South Surrey Indoor Pool reopens

Pool had been closed since the spring of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The South Surrey Indoor Pool reopened Tuesday, Sept. 20. (surrey.ca photo)
Canadian Olympian Kierra Smith speaks to Pacific Sea Wolves swimmers at a training session at Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey swim club gets visit from two-time Canadian Olympian

Swimmer Kierra Smith held session with Pacific Sea Wolves at Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre

Canadian Olympian Kierra Smith speaks to Pacific Sea Wolves swimmers at a training session at Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre. (Contributed photo)
The Lower Mainland Green Team and volunteers from the community spent part of Saturday (Sept. 17) removing invasive species from White Rock’s West Beach, while also picking up more than 30 pounds of litter. (Lower Mainland Green Team photo)

Green Team, volunteers remove invasive plants from White Rock’s West Beach

Lower Mainland environmental stewards removed Himalayan Blackberry, trash

The Lower Mainland Green Team and volunteers from the community spent part of Saturday (Sept. 17) removing invasive species from White Rock’s West Beach, while also picking up more than 30 pounds of litter. (Lower Mainland Green Team photo)
Last weekend’s Head of the Nicomekl regatta featured nearly 270 people competing in a variety of categories. (Contributed photo)

Whistler’s Harriman wins Head of the Nicomekl rowing title

Annual Nicomekl regatta featured a record number of participants

Last weekend’s Head of the Nicomekl regatta featured nearly 270 people competing in a variety of categories. (Contributed photo)
Zachary Sherwin (left) and goaltender Ty Angus show off their milestone pucks – Sherwin for a hat trick, Angus for his first-ever win. (White Rock Whalers photo)

White Rock Whalers earn win in PJHL home-opener

Junior ‘B’ squads rebounds after getting shut out against Surrey Knights two days earlier

Zachary Sherwin (left) and goaltender Ty Angus show off their milestone pucks – Sherwin for a hat trick, Angus for his first-ever win. (White Rock Whalers photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver makes a save against Nanaimo during the BCHL playoffs last spring. Pulver returns to the team this season and will be expected to carry the load in net. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles ‘cautiously optimistic’ as start of new BCHL season looms

Team will return a handful of key veterans, including leading scorer and captain

Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver makes a save against Nanaimo during the BCHL playoffs last spring. Pulver returns to the team this season and will be expected to carry the load in net. (Garrett James photo)
The Semiamoo Ravens’ third jerseys – with a logo designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles – were unveiled last May by the minor hockey association. The logo will be incorporated into the jerseys of the Surrey Eagles, Chilliwack Chiefs and White Rock Whalers during games on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 (Contributed graphic)

Hockey teams partner with Semiahmoo First Nation to support residential school survivors

Semiahmoo Ravens, Surrey Eagles and White Rock Whalers to play Sept. 30 and Oct. 1

The Semiamoo Ravens’ third jerseys – with a logo designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles – were unveiled last May by the minor hockey association. The logo will be incorporated into the jerseys of the Surrey Eagles, Chilliwack Chiefs and White Rock Whalers during games on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 (Contributed graphic)
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Surrey RCMP seek help in finding missing woman

36-year-old was last seen Aug. 8

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The City of Surrey officially marked the opening of new pickleball courts at Crescent Park. (City of Surrey photo)

Crescent Park pickleball courts now open in South Surrey

City of Surrey held ribbon-cutting event Thursday morning

The City of Surrey officially marked the opening of new pickleball courts at Crescent Park. (City of Surrey photo)
Residents from White Rock’s Oceana PARC Retirement Living pick up litter outside their building in uptown White Rock. (Contributed photo)

White Rock seniors clean up neighbourhood with weekly litter pick-ups

Regular Tuesday efforts are appreciated by area business

Residents from White Rock’s Oceana PARC Retirement Living pick up litter outside their building in uptown White Rock. (Contributed photo)
Peggy Hoff fires the ball over the net during last weekend’s White Rock Pickleball Club-hosted tournament at Centennial Park. (Contributed photo)

White Rock Pickleball club hosts 50 teams for ‘fun, social’ tournament

Event held at White Rock’s Centennial Park on Sept. 10

Peggy Hoff fires the ball over the net during last weekend’s White Rock Pickleball Club-hosted tournament at Centennial Park. (Contributed photo)
Rowers compete at the 2016 Head of the Nicomekl Regatta. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday. (File photo)

Rowers to battle for Head of the Nicomekl crown this weekend

Popular rowing event scheduled for Saturday in South Surrey

Rowers compete at the 2016 Head of the Nicomekl Regatta. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday. (File photo)
Karla Godinez Gonzalez shows off her bronze medal from World Wrestling Championships in Belgrade. (Wrestling Canada photo)

Earl Marriott grad wins bronze at World Wrestling Championships

Karla Godinez Gonzalez lands on podium in Belgrade, Serbia

Karla Godinez Gonzalez shows off her bronze medal from World Wrestling Championships in Belgrade. (Wrestling Canada photo)