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A public meeting is planned for Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the Holiday Inn at 17530 64 Avenue, where residents can find out more about the plans
Climb aboard the Ghost Train in Cloverdale. The popular Halloween attraction returns to the Haunted Car Barn Oct. 22 and 23.
Billed as the good, the bad and the beautiful, the event showcases an all-woman lineup, including sisters from Surrey.
Cloverdale Community Football Association. The following results are from games played Oct. 2:
Cloverdale's Chef Matthew Stowe lines up with the rapidly-growing Joseph Richard Group
With construction already underway on ‘The Bristol’, a second developer surges forward with townhome proposal
Cloverdale Pharmasave and Today’s Senior Newsmagazine join forces to present the Aging Gracefully Lifestyle Show
Meet ‘Miss Pelo’ and the stars of harness racing Saturday, Sept. 24 at Backstretch Day in Cloverdale
The 'Queen of Hearts' chart topper performs Sept. 28
Young people aged 15 to 24 are invited to apply for the Cloverdale-Langley City youth council.
If you’re a reader with a passion for good books, prepare to go down the rabbit hole exploring top picks for elementary, secondary students
Options Community Services reaches the next step on the road to opening the new Bill Reid Memorial Shelter in Cloverdale.
BC Hydro says one of the poles was still live, with 25,000 volts running through it, sparking a grass fire
If you worked, shopped or owned a business in Cloverdale, you likely got to know Shawn Friesen. A memorial service is planned for Thursday
All blood types needed to help fill gap; Cloverdale residents can sign up for a local clinic this Sunday
Watch an outdoor movie with your family for free at Katzie Elementary School.
Presenters include Cloverdale-Langley City MP and others who will outline alternative voting systems Aug. 27 in Langley
The suspect's getaway was thwarted by filming of a complicated action scene involving explosions and car stunts - and police doing security
Masonville Plastics Group of Companies is holding a hiring fair at WorkBC Cloverdale Aug. 25
City commission helpless to save Neville Curtis House, built by a prominent freelance photographer who was an eye on Surrey in the 1950s