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Surrey students learn the art of fencing

'It's like chess with the body,' says instructor at AHP Matthew Elementary.

Retired Surrey cop provides a view from the inside

Wayne Ryan hopes his book, Souls Behind the Badge, will help put a human face to the uniform.

Teens tackle hunger in Surrey

Learning assistance students at Fraser Heights Secondary contribute donations to help food bank.

Surrey youth learning how to set Olympic-sized goals

Speed skater Brittany Schussler speaks to Green Timbers Elementary students, encouraging them to follow their dreams.

The spirit of Christmas giving

Salvation Army kettles are now in place at 28 locations throughout Surrey until Dec. 24.

‘I have such a heavy heart’

Surrey's Filipino residents hit hard by news of Typhoon Haiyan's devastation.

Faces of Remembrance

Crowds gathered across the city to honour local war veterans on Nov. 11.

Slipping into some safe shoes

Fraser Health distributes new slippers to seniors at the Surrey Food Bank.

Lost photos found and retrieved

Family ‘excited’ to get valued images back from Guildford couple.

Are you missing a box of family photos?

Guildford couple wants to reunite numerous pictures with their rightful owner.

Cultural inclusion all rapped up

Performers and speakers with Word to Your Motherland spread their message to several Surrey schools this week.

Is that a shadow… or something more sinister?

A society of skeptical investigators helps individuals and businesses figure it out.

Hornets sting Seahawks

Surrey's Frank Hurt Secondary makes a statement against Seaquam rivals in high school AA Varsity football action.

Students get their ‘stache on

Kwantlen group learns about business while raising funds for men’s health initiatives

Delview Secondary students get ‘A+’ in philanthropy

School collects more than 15,000 items for Surrey Food Bank and Deltassist Family and Community Services.

Whooo’s that speaking to schools?

Earth Rangers conservation organization teaches Surrey kids about wild animals and how to protect them.

Guildford residents get the B-Line blues

Not everyone's happy with new express bus, as quiet Guildford street becomes a noisy turn-around route.

Surrey Hospice Society welcomes new leader

Executive Director Beth Kish sees funding partnerships and volunteers as keys to the organization's success.

Delta officer sets cancer fundraising goal sky high

Constable camps out 15 metres above the Bollywood Banquet Hall to raise awareness of this year’s Cops for Cancer cycling rides.

Fishing on the Fraser

North Surrey's Brownsville Bar is a popular spot to throw the line in.