Tom Zillich

Surrey history buff transcribes her way to a provincial award

‘It can be tedious work but it’s also very interesting,’ Diane Johnson says

Young Surrey artists win B.C.’s ‘Democracy and Me’ contest, in two of the three categories

‘Our democracy and public institutions will be well served by these bright lights’

Surrey cadets need new home as COVID-19 limits options for growing 767 Dearman squadron

‘We’re now the second largest air cadet squadron in the province,’ commander says

UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say David Bacic has been found and is safe

Police were looking for him after he was last seen in 15300-block of 96th Avenue

‘They’ve worked so hard’: KPU fine arts grad show moves to Instagram

The exhibit tackles a wide variety of relevant issues through the eyes of students

With song, blood drive launched by Surrey Philippine Independence Day Society

Virtual sign-up campaign to replace Philippine Independence Day event this year

Beach House Theatre ‘pushing the pause button’ on two outdoor shows in Surrey

‘Given the current situation, it will not be possible for us to produce our event this August’

‘Quarantine’ league keeps Surrey axe-throwers sharp during pandemic

‘The world’s first quarantine sports league’ now in playoffs

‘Escalating construction costs’ kill plan to build Surrey City Centre YMCA

Surrey and the YMCA each committed $20 million to the project

SOURCES and five other charities unite for ‘Fighting COVID Together’ live auction

May 23 event ‘will help charities who need the public’s support right now’

As dry-grad events cancel, a Cloverdale caricaturist draws on digital biz

The pandemic has also robbed Cory Van Ieperen of making music with his rock band

Surrey jeweler’s ‘Honor a Hero’ pendant thanks first responders, benefits food bank

‘We don’t know how much of a hit this will be, but we hope to help with this’

No fair for 2020, but PNE Prize Home to be raffled and brought to Pemberton lot

Top prize is a ‘a gorgeous 3,188-square-foot modern masterpiece’

Surrey bowling alley aims to keep rolling with fundraising campaign

‘I think we should be safe, depending how long this lasts,’ says Dell Lanes operator

Cloverdale’s Gone Country concert already sold out for 2021

‘Everyone was so pleasant knowing how much this event means to us,’ event planners say

Arm surgery for Nickelback’s Surrey-raised drummer Daniel Adair

‘Seems I had a pinched nerve in my forearm which caused some of my muscles not to activate’

Travel to ‘Group of Seven’ art sites using Google Street View, 100 years after first exhibit

Art group’s first formal exhibit was on May 7, 1920, in Toronto