Samantha Anderson

Cloverdale student travels to France, Belgium to visit war sites

Joon Sohn, 16, received prestigious Vimy Pilgrimage Award

Corgi race to feature at Cloverdale Rodeo finals

A dozen Corgis will race at the rodeo finals on Monday, May 20

Shear magic: Weavers, spinners will make a shawl from scratch at upcoming Surrey museum event

Teams will shear sheep, spin wool and weave shawls at free event May 4

Skateboarders head to Cloverdale for world-renowned freestyle competition

World Round-Up Freestyle Skateboarding Championships return to fairgrounds this May long weekend

Cloverdale student group ‘Hold High the Torch’ to host veterans appreciation lunch in May

Hold High the Torch will host veterans, dignitaries, students at Salish Secondary luncheon May 11

Clovies honour best of Cloverdale businesses, citizens

Clovies business awards recognized exemplary businesses, not-for-profits, individuals

Trial delayed for former Cloverdale pastor and wife charged with sex assault

Trial for Samuel and Madelaine Emerson will be continued in September

Cloverdale’s newly named Henry Houston Scott Park opens

Park named for African-American settlers who came to Surrey in 1912

Subdivision, townhome proposals for Cloverdale neighbourhood move forward

Cloverdale Community Assocation opposes subdivision, agrees with BIA’s support of townhomes

‘We’re devastated’: Reminders of lost son stolen from Cloverdale family on Easter Sunday

For the second time in a year, several garden ornaments stolen from family’s front garden

Museum of Surrey’s new Lego exhibit promises ‘Worlds of Wonder’

Free, family-friendly Lego exhibit will open April 24

Cloverdale residents get final chance to review new town centre plan

Open house is held, survey open until April 18

Emerson sex crime trial back in Surrey court today

Former Cloverdale youth pastor and wife pleaded not guilty

Mother’s Day Without a Mother: Cloverdale event to provide safe space to grieve

Celebrant-led event will remember, celebrate mothers who have passed away

It’s all about the hustle: Find the right school, career at upcoming fair

Black Press Extreme Education and Career Fair returns to Cloverdale on April 25

Top-level Tweedsmuir football players sign with renowned universities

Kojo Odoom, Addison Sadler and Braeden Hutchinson commit to collegiate football programs

Clayton Community Farmer’s Market returns May 5

More space, more vendors, more markets for second season

Clover Valley Beer Festival music lineup has ‘something for everyone’

Best Night Ever and more to play Cloverdale beer festival

Beloved Surrey historian, retired teacher Jack Brown passes away

Brown remembered for his encouragement, leadership and wealth of knowledge

Cloverdale ‘Ignite A Dream’ gala raises funds for Surrey scholarships

Good food, good company, and all for a good cause