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Assault outside Surrey pub

Man is in hospital following a fight near Clayton Heights pub

Olympics have ‘taught me so much’

Former Olympian Brittany Reimer recalls the life lessons learned in the pool

Do you know this man?

Bank robbery suspect sought by Surrey RCMP.

Summer in the city

Red Fox Healthy Living Society connects inner-city and aboriginal youth with physical fitness and other positive activities

Starting his engines

Surrey driver to race in vintage races this weekend in Mission.

Bus cash offered up for Surrey School District

$73,000 in new provincial transportation funding available.

Tenants told to leave complex

Up to 30 residents now without a home; city says, ‘We’re not in the business of evicting people.’

Arrests made in ongoing street feud

Five men and one young offender charged as Surrey continues to battle recent wave of gun violence.

Fatal confrontation at Surrey Pretrial

Man dies following an altercation with a cellmate.

Man killed in lawnmower accident

Grass maintenance worker drowns after machine rolls into pond.

Rugby hopeful eyes nationals

Surrey forward turns personal hardship into long-term motivation.

‘Charlie’s Tree’ crashes down on Highway 1

War memorial commemorating fallen soldiers will be replaced.

Homicide in North Surrey

A man was gunned down following an altercation at a residence in the 13900-block of Antrim Road on Sunday evening.

‘Sisterhood’ helps young girls thrive

Mentorship program empowers Grade 7 Surrey students to be more self-confident and to set long-term goals.

South Asian principle of seva comes to Scott Road

New East-West Thrift Store benefits Surrey hospital foundation.

New school site announced

Former district office site announced as potential Newton location

Surrey student wins $70,000 scholarship

Frank Hurt Secondary grad Joanna El-Mikati is one of 20 students from across Canada to receive TD Scholarship

Buy low and sell high

Surrey students double their investments in online contest

Lead levels too high in drinking water at six Surrey schools

All schools in the district will be tested, but buildings constructed prior to 1990 are the most at risk.

More teachers coming to Surrey

School board plans to hire 161 new staff for the fall