Sarah Massah

Prepared to help others

Emergency supply company donating to disaster-relief program

Crescent Beach community activist ‘inspired everyone’

Longtime Surrey community advocate Huddy Roddan remembered by friends, colleagues

New perspective on the roof of Africa

Kilimanjaro climb a ‘life-altering’ experience for South Surrey resident

Driven by passion to educate and save lives

Former fire captain spreading awareness about home fire safety

Wi-Fi opponent wants schools to be hardwired

Health concerns rejected by school district as 'unfounded'

Vikram Vij spices up South Surrey dinner

Famous Indian chef to bring cuisine to Morgan Crossing with opening of third restaurant

New program set for take off

Surrey school district launching aviation class for interested students

Video contest to encourage blood donations

Surrey students offered cash prizes for best submissions

New classical series an instant classic

Classic Coffee Concert series – featuring violinist Martin Chalifour – comes to Surrey Feb. 7

Benefit to celebrate 100-year-old organ

Money raised for maintenance and preservation of century-old instrument in Surrey church

Building a foundation of support, Block by Block

White Rock family comes together to battle Parkinson’s disease

Blogging from ‘the best city on Earth’

Creator of SurreyIsTheBomb.com shares his passion for his city, dispels misconceptions

Towing to begin at South Surrey Park and Ride

Illegal parking compromises customer safety and service, says TransLink

Cat show a first for South Surrey in a decade

Organized by the Cat Fanciers of B.C., the show will bring 150 cats to the Pacific Inn.

A ‘hidden gem’ found in South Surrey

Darts Hill Garden Park, located in the south Grandview area, is a treasure trove of exotic and unique plants.

Hundreds pay tribute to RCMP pilot Dave Brolin

A sea of Mounties dressed in Red Serge greeted hundreds of mourners attending the funeral of RCMP helicopter pilot Dave Brolin Thursday.

A sailor’s delight

Surrey Sailing Club's winter tradition continues in Boundary Bay.

‘Wrappin’ family’ survives their dragon tale

After appearance on CBC's Dragon's Den, Cloverdale entrepreneurs focus on local support for their all-in-one gift wrapper

Missing pit bull gets death sentence

More than a year after a pit bull attacked and killed a yorkie-poodle cross in White Rock, the larger dog received a death sentence. 

Kwantlen students sweet on hospital

Group hopes to raise $5,000 through school project