A Surrey fraud convict claims his lawyer entered two guilty pleas on his behalf without him even knowing about it.Joseph Bullerwell was sentenced to 10 months in prison this past March and in April filed an appeal of his conviction.
You can't win them all, although Abbotsford's Nick Taylor has certainly tried this spring on the Vancouver Golf Tour.
Surrey residents are one step closer to being able to raise chickens - hens, specifically - on lots smaller than one acre following a unanimous vote by the Surrey Agricultural Advisory Committee.
A volunteer with the Crisis Line said she was intrigued about the service when she first read about it.
While those two oil pipeline proposals from Enbridge and Kinder Morgan have been hogging the limelight in recent months, another part of the energy debate is about to elbow its way onto the public stage.
A former secretary-treasurer for Langley BMX has been given a conditional discharge after admitting to stealing money from the non-profit organization.
It's been less than a month since the final horn sounded on the 2012-13 Surrey Eagles' junior A hockey season, but team officials have been anything but idle.
It's time again for Arts at Darts, an annual event at Darts Hill Garden Park in South Surrey. The site will be alive tonight (Tuesday, June 18) with musicians, actors and dancers, along with displays of a wide range of artworks, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Dr. Art Hister is the special guest speaker at an event in South Surrey this evening (Tuesday).
Open house celebrating 40th anniversary of Arnold Mikelson Festival of the Arts on Saturday, June 22 at Camp Kwomais (Sanford Hall), 1367 128th St., South Surrey, from noon to 5 p.m. Art displays, meet artists, sign the guestbook and celebrate festival host Mary Mikelson on eve of the event, set for weekends of July 13-14 and July 20-21 at Mind and Matter Gallery, South Surrey. Info: 604-536-6460, www. mindandmatterart.com.
A new Sunday farmers' market will open in North Delta on June 30. Forty vendors will set up for the inaugural Firehall Farmers' Market, to be held every second Sunday this summer at Firehall Centre for the Arts, 11489 84th Ave.
People turned out for music, exhibits, shows and fun at Surrey Fest Downtown Saturday, the event formerly known as Whalley Community Festival.
A Surrey man who strangled his girlfriend to death after they celebrated their daughter's third birthday has lost an appeal of his second-degree murder conviction.
A Surrey man stumbled into hospital suffering from multiple bullet wounds after a shooting at a house in the 14200-block of 108th Avenue on Friday afternoon.
Since the start of June, hundreds have turned out for open houses to discuss the future of the Pattullo Bridge and what to do with the orange steel structure over the Fraser River.
Surrey Mounties say a pedestrian was killed while jaywalking late Friday night across 152nd Street just north of 68th Avenue.
A homeless Surrey man who pleaded guilty to stealing cheese was banished from B.C. Friday at his own request.
With longboarding safety dominating headlines of late in the wake of a string of injuries and accidents elsewhere in the Lower Mainland, one local longboarding advocate is urging Surrey and White Rock to do something before an accident happens on their doorstep.
An all-female brawl that broke out during North Ridge Elementary's sports day on Friday afternoon appears to be related to a traffic incident between the four women from earlier this month.