Despite efforts to preserve it, an eagle habitat made up of four tall Douglas Firs in White Rock was ordered by city staff to be torn down Friday due to a development on an adjacent property on Victoria Avenue.
The sun brought thousands out to the Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair on Saturday where there was a plethora of activities to see and do.
In a first for Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair, kids 12 and under will be admitted free to the fairgrounds and rodeo stadium this weekend.
Shell Thompson replaced a hall-of-fame coach and is now being recognized for his own outstanding work.
Thousands are expected to attend the grand opening Saturday of one of Canada's biggest mosques in Delta.
A three-year-old girl is recovering after falling 12 feet through a second-floor window at her house in Newton on Thursday evening.
Kudos to Simon Fraser University student Chantelle Buffie for receiving the 2013 National HSBC Woman Leader of Tomorrow Award.
As the results came in, 'Now' photographers were there to capture the emotion from a dramatic, surprising night in Surrey, North Delta and White Rock
Environmentalists concerned about the prospect of a new coal transfer terminal in Surrey are calling for region-wide public hearings about the project.
Every game, Surrey Eagles coach Matt Erhart has to deal with a problem most junior hockey coaches would kill for.
The Cloverdale Rodeo will include an Aboriginal Gathering Place this year - and its banners were painted on Monday by students in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.
Samuel Robertson Technical Titans junior girls soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Fraser Valley Championships on Tuesday with a 3-0 win over Earl Mariott Secondary.
Platinum Blonde and Sloan will headline Surrey's big Canada Day party this year, event organizers announced Wednesday.
If the weather is decent from May 23 to 25, this year's version of Surrey Children's Festival could hit the 18,000 attendance mark over the three days.
Bonnie Kilroe's "Country Queens": Tribute artist brings one-woman show to White Rock's Coast Capital Playhouse on Friday, May 17, with music by Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn and other female country stars. Tickets $42.50, 604-536-7535, whiterockplayers.ca.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Arnold Mikelson Festival of Arts, a call has been made for artists who have participated in the event over the years.
More than 100 young musicians performed during a special Mother's Day concert by Surrey Youth Orchestra, along with Junior and Intermediate Strings ensembles, at Chandos Pattison Auditorium in Surrey last Sunday evening.
Technology is a wonderful thing. We no longer have to worry about "big brother" watching us. We are way past that concept with the proliferation of smartphones. Snap, you're on Facebook. Tag, you're it. All this accessibility of information (whether we want it or not) is astounding, confounding and sometimes confusing. We have come to rely on our electronic wizards (I kinda enjoy it as I challenge myself to outwit my smartphone). We are making progress, but we will probably never be friends, especially since it just ate a bunch of emails I was going to use for this week's column.
Langley City will be looking for a new mayor now that Peter Fassbender has won the MLA seat in Surrey-Fleetwood.