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Over $430K coming to North Delta sport, arts and culture groups

12 local non-for-profit organizations are set to receive funding through B.C.’s gaming grants program

Funding formula top of mind for new Delta school trustees

The new Delta board of education was sworn in on Tuesday, Nov. 6

Langley, Surrey without Operation Red Nose for 2nd year

You can still get a ride home from other communities, the national organization said

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Surrey vet recalls fight to have Remembrance Day recognized
New Surrey council votes to pull out of RCMP, nix LRT plan
Surrey modular housing for homeless 'freedom' for one
Surrey top cop reacts to McCallum's plan to nix RCMP contract

Surrey RCMP looking for witnesses to assault in Guildford area

Police say a man was assaulted in a parking lot in the 14500-block of 144A Ave.

McCallum says shooting emphasizes need for Surrey to have own police force

IHIT says shooting that killed 22-year-old man in Newton is related to ongoing gang violence

White Rock ‘hits pause button’ on highrises

Council scrutinizes Lower Johnston Road projects that already received development permits

TransLink CEO weighs in on Surrey’s move from LRT to SkyTrain

Kevin Desmond says he’ll work with Surrey, and the region’s 22 other mayors

South Surrey cannabis startup faces ‘discrimination’ from Facebook, Kickstarter

Justin Lloyd’s product, ‘The Edibles Kit’ was suspended from Kickstarter after securing $10,000

Compassion for Delta police officer following addiction struggle

Retired judge says officer shouldn’t lose job even though he falsified opioid prescriptions

Surrey school district ‘restructuring’ superintendents department

New assistant superintendent role to be filled next year: district

Surrey couple wins $1M playing Lotto Max

Sushil and Ram Singh say they plan on investing in real estate and giving the rest to their children

Surrey residents face 11 charges in alleged mail theft

Joint Coquitlam RCMP, Canada Post investigation leads to arrests

VIDEO: Surrey veteran recalls fight to have Remembrance Day recognized

Second World War veteran Gerald Gaudet, 96, is one of the eldest of Whalley Legion’s roughly 700 members

Immunization clinics offered after measles scare at Surrey high school

Fraser Health says anyone at the school from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2 could have been exposed to the disease

Surrey Board of Education sworn in

Surrey First Education retained control of the school board in the Oct. 20 civic election

Safe Surrey Coalition’s plans could reduce stress, Patton suggests

Patton, 44, was fifth from top of Surrey city councillors elected on Oct. 20, with 33,116 votes

Surrey-based microwave installation man rescues senior

Charles Ferraby had been lying on the ground in his South Surrey home for days before he was rescued

Surrey resident charged in fatal collision

Police are also looking for video footage, witnesses to the Nov. 4 crash

Surrey Realtors collecting blankets, warm clothing for annual event

Weeklong drive begins Nov. 13 with 25 drop-off locations in Surrey, White Rock and Delta