June 18: Fundraiser . Sunwoods Got Talent is a fundraiser for Cythera Transition House Society from 2 to 3: 30 p.m. There will be dancing, magic, singing, a silent auction, and craft and bake sale.
Rob Blokzyl dropped by Maple Ridge Chrysler about five weeks ago to talk to the owner about a donation towards a new truck for Ridge Meadows Search and Rescue.
A weekly feature showcasing some of this community’s people and happenings.
Pitt Meadows council was unanimous in its decision last week to throw the ball back into MLA Doug Bing's court whether to continue on council or resign.
For a small regional airport, the runways and airspace around Langley are pretty busy.
Tax time has brought out the anger and frustration of our citizens, and for good reason. Maple Ridge has increased property taxes for 11 consecutive years.
We all like to complain about our local politicians.
TransLink is "adjusting" the tolls on the Golden Ears Bridge. "Adjusting" sounds much better than "increasing."
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A trio of drivers will be without their wheels for the next week, after learning it doesn't pay to speed in the Tri-Cities.
A recent trip to Los Angeles felt like Christmas for Valin Shinyei.
June 13: Fundraiser . Alouette Addictions Services will be hosting a barbecue fundraiser, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Mark's Work Wearhouse, 22722 Lougheed Hwy. All proceeds will benefit Alouette Addictions.
The City of Pitt Meadows is on the cusp of its 2014 centennial year, so turned to residents to create a logo to celebrate the region's heritage and future.
This week we talk about fly fishing. You knew I would get here eventually, didn’t you?
The parks commission will consider this evening whether to agree to transfer Whonnock Lake Centre into its management. After 25 years of running it, the Whonnock Community Association asked Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Parks and Leisure Commission in November if they would take over the operation and management of the hall.
Surrey's Emilia Kopcik helped Canada earn a pair of bronze medals in team competition at the Brazil Open synchronized swimming meet in Rio de Janeiro last weekend.
We attended the annual Pitt Meadows Day Parade and the festivities at Harris Road Park. We were impressed, and no doubt this year was the best ever! Kudos and hats off to the organizers, many volunteers, and all the participants.
Recently, there have been articles regarding municipal spending, the main theme being that taxes have increased more than growth or economic conditions can justify.
In response to Mr. Banov [Librarians not needed at all, May 21 Letters, TIMES]: