Boaz Joseph

Howie

A guiding light for eight years

Howie is retiring as Lynn Jensen’s guide dog – but she’s not letting him go.

Howie
A netherworld of nostalgia

A netherworld of nostalgia

Graeme Patterson’s Secret Citadel exhibition at the Surrey Art Gallery explores childhood memories and friendships.

A netherworld of nostalgia
Cari Copeman-Haynes (centre) is a reverend at Crossroads United Church.

Churches band together to sponsor refugees

North Delta Refugee Project collecting for its first family.

Cari Copeman-Haynes (centre) is a reverend at Crossroads United Church.
Dave Wilkinson

Seniors come in from the cold

Surrey Food Bank clients find warmth and companionship at the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre.

Dave Wilkinson
Hooo's been a good bird?

Hooo’s been a good bird?

The spirit of Christmas comes to OWL Rehabilitation Society.

Hooo's been a good bird?
Doreen Johnson

From the homestead to the shelf

Doreen Johnson publishes a family history that took decades to write.

Doreen Johnson
Beaverbrook Vimy Prize winner Carson Jones

‘The least we can do is remember them’

A North Delta student visits war sites in Europe where her great-grandfather did battle a century ago.

Beaverbrook Vimy Prize winner Carson Jones
Local Remembrance Day events take place next Wednesday

Surrey and Delta remember Nov. 11

Several services honouring veterans and peacekeepers take place next week.

Local Remembrance Day events take place next Wednesday
Studio seventy three artists Fatima Khan

Art showcase in Newton gives new opportunities

Studio seventy three in Surrey provides new space for artists with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries.

Studio seventy three artists Fatima Khan
A horrifying Surrey tradition continues

A horrifying Surrey tradition continues

Potter's House of Horrors is a total nightmare – for your Halloween pleasure.

A horrifying Surrey tradition continues
The Block Watch program

SURREY IN FOCUS: Blocking crime – one block at at time

Fed up with drug dealers, a Surrey woman learns ‘the power of the sticker.’

The Block Watch program
A bus stop in Gagra in the disputed region of Abkhazia.

The bus stops were just waiting for pictures

Surrey photographer Christopher Herwig’s book has a title that says it all: Soviet Bus Stops.

A bus stop in Gagra in the disputed region of Abkhazia.
A muskrat

Take a walk on the wild side – for animals

Mammal rescue centre hosting Oct. 4 Walk-a-Thon fundraiser in Langley at Campbell Valley Park

A muskrat
Fancy feline

Fancy feline

Cat afficionados gather in South Surrey.

Fancy feline
Nathan Cottell (in the title role of Titus) and Courtney Shields (playing his brother Marcus) prepare for the Vancouver Fringe Festival’s presentation of Titus: The Light and Delightful Musical Comedy of Titus Andronicus. The show runs eight times from Sept. 10-20.

A bloody good musical comedy

A South Surrey actress takes part in Shakespeare’s most violent play turned on its ear at the Vancouver Fringe Festival.

Nathan Cottell (in the title role of Titus) and Courtney Shields (playing his brother Marcus) prepare for the Vancouver Fringe Festival’s presentation of Titus: The Light and Delightful Musical Comedy of Titus Andronicus. The show runs eight times from Sept. 10-20.
Surrey Food Bank Executive Director Marilyn Herrmann is frustrated power is still out at the busy charity.

UPDATE: Power finally restored at Surrey Food Bank

No power for four days means loss of all perishables; corporate donors step up to help.

Surrey Food Bank Executive Director Marilyn Herrmann is frustrated power is still out at the busy charity.
Civil engineer and business consultant Ivan Scott has taken insight from the animal world to teach lessons in business. In July

What would the animals do?

A South Surrey author publishes business lessons learned from the scrublands of Africa.

Civil engineer and business consultant Ivan Scott has taken insight from the animal world to teach lessons in business. In July
Here's mud in your eye

Here’s mud in your eye

Rugged Maniac Obstacle Race in Surrey brings out the bravest of weekend warriors.

Here's mud in your eye
Surrey’s Rose Seiler Scott has written a novel about German refugees in Poland around the time of the Second World War – a story that parallels her own family’s history.

‘The plot was all there’

Rose Seiler Scott uses a novel way to tell her family's story.

Surrey’s Rose Seiler Scott has written a novel about German refugees in Poland around the time of the Second World War – a story that parallels her own family’s history.
Santa Claus fan Shawn Slavin takes a selfie with Percy Hayes at a care home in White Rock on July 29. Hayes

A holly, jolly birthday

A fan’s Facebook campaign goes viral for Surrey’s Percy Hayes, the ‘real’ Santa Claus.

Santa Claus fan Shawn Slavin takes a selfie with Percy Hayes at a care home in White Rock on July 29. Hayes