Sarah Massah

Good Samaritans rushed to help a woman after her car crashed on 142 Street and 24 Avenue.

Good Samaritans rescue woman after car crash

Quick thinking from three men helped save the life of a driver after her car burst into flames

Good Samaritans rushed to help a woman after her car crashed on 142 Street and 24 Avenue.
Cloverdale’s Arianna Hunsicker

Providing a helping hand

Custom-made tool from CHAMPS helps Cloverdale girl stay active

Cloverdale’s Arianna Hunsicker
SPCA branch manager Rodney Weleschuk and Mickey the rabbit – one of the inhabitants of the new Cloverdale facility.

SPCA finds its ‘forever home’ in Surrey

New Cloverdale facility to focus on adoption and education

SPCA branch manager Rodney Weleschuk and Mickey the rabbit – one of the inhabitants of the new Cloverdale facility.
Former BC Liberal MLA Kash Heed speaks at a town hall forum on legalizing marijuana Jan. 23.

Legal marijuana ‘only a matter of time’: Heed

Former solicitor general predicts regulated recreational use in three to four years at South Surrey forum

Former BC Liberal MLA Kash Heed speaks at a town hall forum on legalizing marijuana Jan. 23.
Revellers take part in White Rock's 2012 Polar Bear swim.

Struggle to keep White Rock’s Polar Bear Swim afloat

Last year for longtime volunteers due to declining membership

Revellers take part in White Rock's 2012 Polar Bear swim.
South Surrey toddler Kate Bishop has undergone three open-heart surgeries in her short life. Below

South Surrey toddler has an amazing spirit

Four-year-old Kate Bishop has undergone three open-heart surgeries in her short life.

South Surrey toddler Kate Bishop has undergone three open-heart surgeries in her short life. Below
Efforts are underway to upgrade Ocean Cliff Elementary's playground.

Ocean Cliff raising funds for playground upgrade

Efforts are underway to upgrade the playground at South Surrey's Ocean Cliff Elementary

Efforts are underway to upgrade Ocean Cliff Elementary's playground.
Undead come out to play for White Rock Zombie Walk

Undead come out to play for White Rock Zombie Walk

It's just a mild infection... and a wee invasion. It's the third annual zombie walk along White Rock's (living) waterfront.

Undead come out to play for White Rock Zombie Walk
Comments made by Glen Theriault shortly after he was arrested following a deadly head-on collision that killed South Surrey's Jim Neiss have been deemed admissible by a Surrey Provincial Court judge.

Pass that killed South Surrey man was a ‘bad three-second decision’

Judge rules statements accused made to Langley officer were voluntary

Comments made by Glen Theriault shortly after he was arrested following a deadly head-on collision that killed South Surrey's Jim Neiss have been deemed admissible by a Surrey Provincial Court judge.
Bus drivers Dale Challice (left)

Eyewitness recounts details of collision that killed South Surrey man

Dump-truck seen 'barrelling' along 16 Avenue before deadly head-on crash.

Bus drivers Dale Challice (left)
Brenda Michie (on far right) arrives at Surrey Provincial Court with supporters Monday

South Surrey widow faces dump-truck driver

Crown gives opening statements to court, calls first witnesses in trial for deadly 2011 collision

Brenda Michie (on far right) arrives at Surrey Provincial Court with supporters Monday
South Surrey mom Krystal Shipley – with daughter Taija

A mother’s strength

South Surrey woman, whose young son is battling a rare disease, named finalist in mom-of-the-year contest

South Surrey mom Krystal Shipley – with daughter Taija
Emergency crews respond after a woman was hit Sunday evening by a passenger train in White Rock.

White Rock jogger, 42, killed by passenger train

Loved ones remember Anita Lewis “a loving mother, adoring wife, sister, daughter, a special friend to all.”

Emergency crews respond after a woman was hit Sunday evening by a passenger train in White Rock.
South Surrey brothers Jordan (left) and Brandon Willetts at France’s prestigious Cannes Film Festival

Festival a ‘learning experience’

South Surrey brothers return from Cannes, plan Hollywood move

South Surrey brothers Jordan (left) and Brandon Willetts at France’s prestigious Cannes Film Festival
Siena Stampacchia (right) and mom Tami show off the wrist bands designed by the 14-year-old Lord Tweedsmuir student for her anti-bullying iniative. The Grade 9 student was spurred into action following the death of Port Coquitlam teen Amanda Todd.

Cloverdale teen shares anti-bullying SWAG

Siena Stampacchia plans to share message with other schools

Siena Stampacchia (right) and mom Tami show off the wrist bands designed by the 14-year-old Lord Tweedsmuir student for her anti-bullying iniative. The Grade 9 student was spurred into action following the death of Port Coquitlam teen Amanda Todd.
Backyard birder Kate McMaster hopes her efforts to promote small-lot chicken coops spur discussion.

South Surrey chicken owner running afoul of bylaws

A South Surrey woman is working to change a city bylaw restricting the ownership of chickens to properties an acre or larger.

Backyard birder Kate McMaster hopes her efforts to promote small-lot chicken coops spur discussion.
Vicki Macri – sister of Bryan McCron (inset) – and McCron's son

Driver sentenced to two years for fatal South Surrey crash

Allan Simpson Wood pleaded guilty after hitting White Rock father Bryan McCron then attacking McCron's son as he called 911.

Vicki Macri – sister of Bryan McCron (inset) – and McCron's son
Surrey’s Joyce Van Ravenstein with the rolls of pennies she collected for her son Kevin’s Christian mission in Zambia.

Surrey woman Africa-bound

Three winners from Love Global Foundation heading to missions around the world

Surrey’s Joyce Van Ravenstein with the rolls of pennies she collected for her son Kevin’s Christian mission in Zambia.
Drugs or alcohol were not a factor in the April 28 crash that killed five members of a Surrey family.

Drugs or alcohol ruled out in deadly South Surrey car crash

Coroners service to determine if brain tumour discovered after crash a factor in incident.

Drugs or alcohol were not a factor in the April 28 crash that killed five members of a Surrey family.
A short film by local brothers Brandon and Jordan Willetts is being screened at the Cannes Film Festival.

Peninsula brothers have Cannes-do attitude

Siblings' short film screened at prestigious festival

A short film by local brothers Brandon and Jordan Willetts is being screened at the Cannes Film Festival.