Tracy Holmes

Surrey RCMP released three photos – two showing damage done by rocks that were thrown off a Highway 99 pedestrian overpass, plus one showing the size of one of the rocks – in an effort to identify the culprits behind a series of recent incidents. (Surrey RCMP photos)
Surrey RCMP released three photos – two showing damage done by rocks that were thrown off a Highway 99 pedestrian overpass, plus one showing the size of one of the rocks – in an effort to identify the culprits behind three recent incidents. (Surrey RCMP photos)

Trucks, bus damaged in rock-throwing spree from South Surrey overpass

Transit bus, semi-trucks hit in 3700-block of Highway 99

Surrey RCMP released three photos – two showing damage done by rocks that were thrown off a Highway 99 pedestrian overpass, plus one showing the size of one of the rocks – in an effort to identify the culprits behind a series of recent incidents. (Surrey RCMP photos)
Surrey RCMP released three photos – two showing damage done by rocks that were thrown off a Highway 99 pedestrian overpass, plus one showing the size of one of the rocks – in an effort to identify the culprits behind three recent incidents. (Surrey RCMP photos)
Officials with Howard Clothing Co. in South Surrey say culprits busted through the store’s front entrance early Friday (Dec. 3). (Howard Clothing Co./Instagram photos)

South Surrey clothing store targeted by thieves

Vehicle used in break-in to Howard Clothing Co.

Officials with Howard Clothing Co. in South Surrey say culprits busted through the store’s front entrance early Friday (Dec. 3). (Howard Clothing Co./Instagram photos)
This photo of murder victim Paul Prestbakmo was taken on a recent birthday, not far from where he was found with fatal wounds in August 2019. (Cory Brideau photo)

Sentencing set for youth convicted in stabbing death of South Surrey mechanic

Pair were found guilty in May 2021 of second-degree murder, sentencing set for June 2022

This photo of murder victim Paul Prestbakmo was taken on a recent birthday, not far from where he was found with fatal wounds in August 2019. (Cory Brideau photo)
Tap & Barrel is slated to open in South Surrey in summer 2022. (Contributed photo)

Summer 2022 eyed for opening of Tap & Barrel in South Surrey

Restaurant-bar near 32 Avenue and 152 Street to offer nearly 500 seats

Tap & Barrel is slated to open in South Surrey in summer 2022. (Contributed photo)
White Rock Pride Society’s 2021 Coldest Night of the Year team. (Gord Wait photo)

Brrr-ing on 2022 White Rock/South Surrey Coldest Night of the Year

Event set for Feb. 26 on White Rock waterfront

White Rock Pride Society’s 2021 Coldest Night of the Year team. (Gord Wait photo)
The Court of Appeal in Vancouver. (Black Press file photo)

Appeal court halves Surrey man’s $500K restitution order

Ravinder Paul Mangat was convicted in January 2020 of defrauding a childhood friend

The Court of Appeal in Vancouver. (Black Press file photo)
Holiday pet photos are the focus of a fundraiser set for Dec. 12 in South Surrey’s Dogwood Park. (Perry Aasman, In-Focus Photography photo)

Pet portrait fundraiser planned at South Surrey dog park

Holiday event to benefit Surrey Animal Resource Centre

Holiday pet photos are the focus of a fundraiser set for Dec. 12 in South Surrey’s Dogwood Park. (Perry Aasman, In-Focus Photography photo)
White Rock Baptist Church hosted an event Nov. 20 to try and piece together Ravensburger’s ‘Memorable Disney Moments’ puzzle. (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: Disney-puzzle challenge draws 150 to White Rock Baptist Church

Massive puzzle unfinished, but event a success regardless: organizer

White Rock Baptist Church hosted an event Nov. 20 to try and piece together Ravensburger’s ‘Memorable Disney Moments’ puzzle. (Contributed photo)
One person died late Tuesday (Nov. 30, 2021), following a two-vehicle collision in South Surrey. (File photo)

One dead in late-night South Surrey collision

Incident occurred Nov. 30 in 18100-block of 16 Avenue

One person died late Tuesday (Nov. 30, 2021), following a two-vehicle collision in South Surrey. (File photo)
(White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)

White Rock police focus on drug, alcohol impairment this holiday season

Additional training ‘equips officers to detect multitude of substances’

(White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)
The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau Fraser Valley Toy Drive – coming up Dec. 11 at 360 Collision Centres in Abbotsford – was organized in response to recent flooding. (Contributed photo)

Toy drive to help flood-ravaged cities in joint effort by Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau

Dec. 11 event aimed at ensuring every kid has something under the tree at Christmas

The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau Fraser Valley Toy Drive – coming up Dec. 11 at 360 Collision Centres in Abbotsford – was organized in response to recent flooding. (Contributed photo)
The Unger family on the White Rock Promenade. From left: Naomi, Randy, Spencer, Sarah and Marcie. (Contributed photo)

Fundraising campaign honours longtime Peace Arch Hospital staffer

‘She just wouldn’t know that she was worthy of something so fantastic’

The Unger family on the White Rock Promenade. From left: Naomi, Randy, Spencer, Sarah and Marcie. (Contributed photo)
(File photo)

Surrey RCMP advise caution following escort-involved robberies

Police believe there are victims who haven’t come forward

(File photo)
BNSF crews move along the waterfront tracks in South Surrey, to tackle debris left across the tracks by the recent heavy rains. (Don Pitcairn YouTube video screenshot)

VIDEO: Slide debris closes South Surrey tracks again

BNSF crews deployed after second wave of heavy rains triggers slope slippage

BNSF crews move along the waterfront tracks in South Surrey, to tackle debris left across the tracks by the recent heavy rains. (Don Pitcairn YouTube video screenshot)
South Surrey’s Paul Cottrell, who works with the DFO, tows a grey whale out of Semiahmoo Bay in April 2021. (Contributed photo)

Blunt-force trauma contributed to death of whale found near White Rock: DFO

Necropsy determined the mammal was injured near its blow hole

South Surrey’s Paul Cottrell, who works with the DFO, tows a grey whale out of Semiahmoo Bay in April 2021. (Contributed photo)
Peace Arch Hospice Society founder Teresa Hotell hangs the first paper dove on the 2021 Celebrate a Life Tree. (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: Celebrate a Life campaign returns to South Surrey shopping centre

Donations support Peace Arch Hospice Society programs and services

Peace Arch Hospice Society founder Teresa Hotell hangs the first paper dove on the 2021 Celebrate a Life Tree. (Contributed photo)
Parents and advocates rallied outside the B.C. legislature Wednesday to protest changes to autism funding announced by the Minister of Children and Family Development. (Contributed photo)

Autism families ‘not giving up’ – South Surrey mom

Roxanne Black says Nov. 24 rally reinforced drive to halt funding-model changes

Parents and advocates rallied outside the B.C. legislature Wednesday to protest changes to autism funding announced by the Minister of Children and Family Development. (Contributed photo)
Laronde Elementary French Immersion Grade 6 students undertook Compassion Projects, with efforts benefiting five non-profit organizations. (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: South Surrey students learn about compassion, turn words into action

Five non-profits to benefit from efforts of Grade 6 Laronde Elementary class

Laronde Elementary French Immersion Grade 6 students undertook Compassion Projects, with efforts benefiting five non-profit organizations. (Contributed photo)
Viviane Müller (right) accepts the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation’s Philanthropy Award of Distinction on behalf pf PARC Retirement Living, joined by foundation vice-chair Grant Turnbull (centre) and Tony Baena, PARC president and CEO. (Peace Arch Hospital Foundation photo)

$1.2M donation celebrated by Peace Arch Hospital Foundation

PARC gift recognized with philanthropy award

Viviane Müller (right) accepts the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation’s Philanthropy Award of Distinction on behalf pf PARC Retirement Living, joined by foundation vice-chair Grant Turnbull (centre) and Tony Baena, PARC president and CEO. (Peace Arch Hospital Foundation photo)
Sola Fiedler’s 14-foot-by-16-foot Flower Power tapestry is to be installed at the Semiahmoo Library in South Surrey, where it is to remain for at least the next five years. (solafiedler.com image)

‘Dramatic, amazing’ tapestry to be installed at South Surrey library

Sola Fiedler’s ‘Flower Power’ to grace wall of Semiahmoo branch

Sola Fiedler’s 14-foot-by-16-foot Flower Power tapestry is to be installed at the Semiahmoo Library in South Surrey, where it is to remain for at least the next five years. (solafiedler.com image)