Boaz Joseph

COLUMN: Get a drip and save some water

Drip irrigation deserves a thought, even on the West Coast.

Christmas in July returns

Surrey Food Bank launches fresh-food campaign online

Still the one – to remember growing up underprivileged

Shania Twain visits Surrey School to open Western Canada's first Shania Kids Can program

A $70,000 scholarship for making a difference

Kwantlen Park Secondary School grad set for the next few years when it comes to paying for post-secondary education.

Remembering the occupation and liberation

Dewey DeVries, 85, had never heard bagpipes before Canadian soldiers entered Amsterdam 70 years ago.

Relays team up in fight against cancer

Three events on three weekends in Surrey, North Delta and White Rock.

Cornering the market at Sungod

Big ideas and a new location for the North Delta Farmers Market's third year.

One tough mother

Twelve obstacles are no obstacle for Leora Shipley, who is fundraising for BC Easter Seals Camps on behalf of her son.

Ballet goes contemporary

One week to go at the Surrey Festival of Dance at the Surrey Arts Centre.

Mr. Kim’s master class

A Surrey senior helped seed the world with the knowledge of Korea’s Tae Kwon Do

Run for Life on its last legs

Annual cancer fundraiser may disappear without more participants.

Surrey dance festival leaps into its 49th year

Photos from the opening weekend of the 49th-annual Surrey Festival of Dance.

Where the bells toll

Only one school in Surrey, Berkshire Park Elementary, has a handbell choir.

SPY mission completed as $350,000 raised for SMH

Imaging tool to help patients with reconstruction following breast cancer.

SSAR: In search of volunteers

Surrey Search and Rescue changes the way it finds missing persons.

A healthy dose of skepticism

Shouldn't these folks be at church on Sunday morning? God, no.

Surrey’s kitty conundrum

The city is home to 34,000 free-roaming felines living ‘grim’ lives.

The Year of the Goat/Sheep – and cat, crane and tortoise

Local dancers and Beijing-based shadow play performers entertain at City Hall for the Chinese New Year.

Free surgery: The pets and the vets

In just one day, Surrey and Burnaby animal hospitals performed 40 free surgeries to help local shelters.

In living memory

Volunteer Dorothy Gibbs to be honoured at this year's Alzheimer's walk in Surrey.