Surrey Libraries is calling for original poetry submissions as part of a contest in commemoration of Surrey's new city hall and civic plaza.
The "Digital Bookmobile" is coming to Surrey this week.
Former Now columnist and freelancer Kelley Scarsbrook is celebrating the launch of her first book this Sunday in South Surrey.
A recent survey found there is a strong belief that infertility is a medical condition and that treatments should be supported by the health-care system.
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'A Taste of BC's Finest' at Semiahmoo House in South Surrey raised funds for the society's programs with great food and wine, and much fun all around.
This morning at 8 a.m., hundreds of drivers and myself were stuck in traffic on the South Fraser Perimeter Road for almost an hour due to road work on Bridgeview Drive. There was no way out.
The Editor, -- Re: "Red revels, orange aghast," the Now, May 16.
Well it looks like my old stomping grounds, Whistler, has made it into the news for its local government winning this year's "Code of Silence" award.
A gunman has been robbing people at cash machines on the peninsula.
A three-year-old girl is recovering after falling 12 feet through a second-floor window at her house in Newton on Thursday evening.
A Cloverdale teenager is hoping that people with "swag" will take a stand against bullying.
South Surrey tennis player represents Canada at major tourney in Turkey, page 22
Surrey wheelchair tennis player represents Canada at major tourney in Turkey, page 22
Ridge Meadows Burrards A2 novice lacrosse team went undefeated winning all five game last weekend, to win gold at the annual Adanac Cup hosted by Coquitlam.
Samuel Robertson Technical junior girls soccer team has advanced to the Fraser Valley Championships.
Langley is home to the U21 provincial women's soccer champions. On May 11, Langley United's Lightning travelled to Victoria to play for BC Soccer U21 gold against CCB United. In the first half, the Lightning jumped out to a 3-0 lead with goals from Isabella Lord, Sydney Gobin, and Sydney Raison. A determined Surrey team pressed in the second half and scored a pair of goals, but Langley held on to a 3-2 lead to win the cup. The game MVP award went to Sydney Gobin. Many of the players have been with coach Tom Radomski for many years.
There is room in the pool for kids who want to try an Olympic sport this spring and summer.
One of Langley's newest parks is to bear the name of one of its oldest roads.