Tom Zillich

Clothing donation bins in Surrey are crucial for hospital auxiliary

Program is the organization’s only source of income not greatly affected by pandemic

B.C.’s virtual ‘SoundON’ concerts kick off with sounds of Surrey festival

‘FVDED Broadcast’ from nightclub on July 18, as charity event

Honks, sirens and thumbs-up at ‘Keep the RCMP in Surrey’ rally outside city hall

‘Many many Surreyites turned out supporting #keepthercmpinsurreybc,’ posted one protester

Story of ‘A Mother’s Journey to Adoption’ told in book by first-time Surrey author

In the 1990s, Raj Arneja and husband Gurpreet adopted two children in India

Surrey’s rink reopening plan forces skaters elsewhere, councillor says

Several private rinks are already open across Metro Vancouver

Surrey-area associations gear up for hockey restart

But it’s not yet clear when city-operated rinks and rec centres will reopen

New PJHL boss is game for the return of hockey this fall, if green light given

‘I’m very positive about us being able to operate a game in a safe manner,’ Trevor Alto says

Surrey kids get cooking during free SuperChefs camps pushed online by pandemic

‘Enthusiastic’ launch of program, which sees ingredient pickup at one local school

New track in Surrey park keeps walkers away from athletes

Track coach has witnessed many accidents and injuries on Bear Creek Park’s main track in recent years

Surrey Crime Prevention Society relaunches mentorship program with $150K in funding

Program supports vulnerable youth and helps them develop ‘a sense of civic pride’

Plastic screen separates band and audience at Surrey gig

Elsewhere, Surrey’s online Canada Day event earned 45,000 views on Facebook and YouTube Live

Surrey Food Bank opens huge new ‘forever home’ in Newton

New warehouse on 78th Avenue is close to three times the size of the food bank’s old site in Whalley

Surrey theatres reopen with mix of new and old movies, $5 admission

Laser Ultra ‘experience’ introduced at Landmark Theatre in Guildford