Tracy Holmes

Semiahmoo First Nation elder Mabel Charles (right) and Chief Harley Chappell (second from right) pose with fellow band members during the March groundbreaking. (File photo)

‘Pay $50,000 for water or leave,’ B.C. First Nation tells non-member residents

Chief says demand for non-member payment part of goal to have boil-water advisory lifted

Semiahmoo First Nation elder Mabel Charles (right) and Chief Harley Chappell (second from right) pose with fellow band members during the March groundbreaking. (File photo)
(File photo)

RCMP hunt for driver clocked excessively speeding through two B.C. school zones

Witnesses to ‘so dangerous’ driving sought through White Rock

(File photo)
Surrey RCMP taped off a home in the 14900-block of 35 Avenue in South Surrey after IHIT was called to investigate the deaths of three people in South Surrey on March 26. The three were found dead after a single-vehicle crash on the 32 Avenue Diversion. (Aaron Hinks photo)

‘I’ll miss you all’: Facebook message posted moments before fatal Surrey crash

Neighbours report seeing police at nearby home in days before mother and sons found dead in wreck

Surrey RCMP taped off a home in the 14900-block of 35 Avenue in South Surrey after IHIT was called to investigate the deaths of three people in South Surrey on March 26. The three were found dead after a single-vehicle crash on the 32 Avenue Diversion. (Aaron Hinks photo)
VIDEO: Homicide team called in after three found dead in Surrey car crash

VIDEO: Homicide team called in after three found dead in Surrey car crash

Investigators ask public to come forward with information

VIDEO: Homicide team called in after three found dead in Surrey car crash
The sentencing hearing for Joel Perry, who pleaded guilty to criminal harassment and other charges in connection with a series of indecent phone calls, got underway in Surrey Provincial Court Monday. (File photo)

Indecent caller handed 18-month conditional sentence

Vancouver Island man pleaded guilty to making indecent phone and video calls to women across B.C.

The sentencing hearing for Joel Perry, who pleaded guilty to criminal harassment and other charges in connection with a series of indecent phone calls, got underway in Surrey Provincial Court Monday. (File photo)
A sentencing hearing for a Vancouver Island man who pleaded guilty to making harassing phone calls to Lower Mainland women is set for March 25 at Surrey Provincial Court. (File photo)

Man to be sentenced for indecent phone calls across B.C.

Joel Perry pleaded guilty to harassing women, after facing more than 70 charges across B.C.

A sentencing hearing for a Vancouver Island man who pleaded guilty to making harassing phone calls to Lower Mainland women is set for March 25 at Surrey Provincial Court. (File photo)
A hibernating little brown bat with signs of White-nose syndrome. (Alan Hicks photo)

Fungus could ‘drastically’ affect B.C. bat populations: researchers

Volunteers sought to help monitor spread of white-nose syndrome

A hibernating little brown bat with signs of White-nose syndrome. (Alan Hicks photo)
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B.C. woman says unneeded dental work ‘dramatically altered’ her life, judge disagrees

No evidence to establish South Surrey, Vancouver-area dentists were negligent: court

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COLUMN: Why must people talk on the phone while on the toilet?

COLUMN: Why must people talk on the phone while on the toilet?

Taking care of business is no one’s business but your own

COLUMN: Why must people talk on the phone while on the toilet?
The iconic red and white bucket outside the White Rock KFC is no more. The longstanding bucket was removed Thursday morning. (Google image)                                Only a red-and-white sign remains on the post outside the White Rock KFC Thursday afternoon. The longstanding bucket was removed Thursday morning. (Tracy Holmes photo)

How many iconic KFC buckets still exist in B.C.?

Rotating bucket perched atop a post outside a White Rock franchise for decades is removed

The iconic red and white bucket outside the White Rock KFC is no more. The longstanding bucket was removed Thursday morning. (Google image)                                Only a red-and-white sign remains on the post outside the White Rock KFC Thursday afternoon. The longstanding bucket was removed Thursday morning. (Tracy Holmes photo)
(Developmental Disabilities Association)

Inclusion BC to pull 146 clothing-donation bins after man’s death

Removal has already started and should be completed by early next week, according to the organization

(Developmental Disabilities Association)
Clean-up, looting after White Rock pier breaks apart

Clean-up, looting after White Rock pier breaks apart

City officials to share storm-of-the-century ‘next steps’

Clean-up, looting after White Rock pier breaks apart
UPDATED: Man rescued after B.C. city’s pier breaks up in wind storm

UPDATED: Man rescued after B.C. city’s pier breaks up in wind storm

Search and rescue crews were deployed to rescue person stuck in White Rock storm

UPDATED: Man rescued after B.C. city’s pier breaks up in wind storm
Administrators at Semiahmoo Secondary have told students and food-delivery companies that meals can’t be delivered during class time or on school property. (Tracy Holmes photo)

B.C. school cracks down on class-time orders to Uber Eats, SkipTheDishes

District says disruption an ‘ongoing, growing and more wide-spread’ issue in south-end schools

Administrators at Semiahmoo Secondary have told students and food-delivery companies that meals can’t be delivered during class time or on school property. (Tracy Holmes photo)
Mother Jackie Welch said this is the outfit worn by her daughter on the day school officials made her wear a jersey over her clothes at South Meridian Elementary. (Contributed photo)

Girls were told certain clothes ‘sometimes distract the boys’: B.C. 11-year-old

South Surrey student Madison Welch ‘embarrassed’ to be covered up with school’s jersey

Mother Jackie Welch said this is the outfit worn by her daughter on the day school officials made her wear a jersey over her clothes at South Meridian Elementary. (Contributed photo)
Mother Jackie Welch said this is the outfit worn by her daughter on the day school officials made her wear a jersey over her clothes at South Meridian Elementary. (Contributed photo)

Outfit covered up by B.C. school officials ‘purchased by grandmother’

Mother says she’d like her daughter’s South Surrey school to revisit dress-code guidelines

Mother Jackie Welch said this is the outfit worn by her daughter on the day school officials made her wear a jersey over her clothes at South Meridian Elementary. (Contributed photo)
Clothing choices were discussed this week with girls in Grade 6 and 7 at South Meridian Elementary school, triggering some upset (inset) among parents. (surreyschools.ca photo)

Two girls forced to cover up with jerseys at B.C. elementary school

Parents at the South Surrey school are questioning actions taken by staff, which included a ‘discussion’ about appropriate dress code

Clothing choices were discussed this week with girls in Grade 6 and 7 at South Meridian Elementary school, triggering some upset (inset) among parents. (surreyschools.ca photo)
The second-degree murder trial of South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone – the mother of Teagan Batstone, pictured with her father Gabe Batstone – got underway in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster Tuesday, following weeks of voir-dire evidence. (File photo)

Letters shed light on state of mind of B.C. mom accused of daughter’s murder

Trial of South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone begins in BC Supreme Court

The second-degree murder trial of South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone – the mother of Teagan Batstone, pictured with her father Gabe Batstone – got underway in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster Tuesday, following weeks of voir-dire evidence. (File photo)
Pacific Highway border crossing. (US CBP photo)

Mother of baby revived at South Surrey, U.S. border ‘so grateful’

Six-month-old stopped breathing at Pacific Highway crossing

Pacific Highway border crossing. (US CBP photo)
White Rock mountain biker Elliot Jamieson celebrates a third-place finish at the Canadian Nationals Downhill competition, held in Panorama in July. (Jim Jamieson photo)

B.C. mountain biker heads to world championships

Elliot Jamieson to race in Switzerland Sunday

White Rock mountain biker Elliot Jamieson celebrates a third-place finish at the Canadian Nationals Downhill competition, held in Panorama in July. (Jim Jamieson photo)