Colleen Flanagan

Maple Ridge women win big at Women Influencers Awards

Four local women take home hardware at the inaugural event Nov. 9

Ensemble show at the ACT Art Gallery in Maple Ridge

Annual show runs until Dec. 21.

Realtor who evicted elderly Maple Ridge couple has licence suspended

Kevin Bratch of Bratch Realty Ltd. is accused of engaging in aggressive marketing and sales practices targeting vulnerable persons

Maple Ridge art club’s annual show features original pieces for holiday shopping

The Garibaldi Art Club’s annual Fall Show and Sale takes place Nov. 17-19.

Hundreds of homeless warmer this season thanks to the kindness of Maple Ridge boy

Ryder Moore, 7, raised more than $3,000 to purchase rainboots and warm articles of clothing for people in need in Maple Ridge.

Maple Ridge dancers represent Canada at championships in Germany

The dancers will be traveling to Riesa, Germany for the competition which starts Nov. 20.

Operation Red Nose Ridge Meadows celebrates 10 years

Official launch of the provincial campaign took place Thursday at Maple Ridge Towing

Well-known Maple Ridge man, 19, dies following early morning crash

Aiden Serr was lone occupant in single vehicle crash that shut down Lougheed Highway.

Pressure for fish passage at Maple Ridge dam mounts

Councillor calls for community-wide effort to re-connect South Alouette River

Teen author publishes first book in Maple Ridge

Leanne Van Dongen is only 14-years-old and has published her first book in her children’s series called Kate the Great.

Local Author Day in Maple Ridge

Black Bond Books hosting the event on Nov. 18.

Glitch in system causes ammonia scare in Pitt Meadows

Fire department quickly determines the alarm to be false.

Car robber nabbed after rollover in Maple Ridge

Suspect fled the scene of the crash but was found two hours later.

Byron Bertram brings comedy act to Maple Ridge

The Byron Bertram comedy show takes place Nov. 10.

Donations A-Plenty for the Maple Ridge food bank

The Downtown Maple Ridge BIA and Ancient Burials teamed up to raise donations for the Friends In Need Food Bank.

Maple Ridge tent city digs in for the winter

Injunction process in court, no updates mayor says

Maple Ridge couple forced to give up Christmas display

Health reasons have forced Paula and Perry Balascak to scale back annual display

Canadian ambassador to South Korea tours Pitt Meadows company

Naturally Splendid shipped more than $6 million in hemp seeds to South Korea last year.

Maple Ridge school teaches community with stone soup

Students at Webster’s Corners elementary band together to create stone soup

Lockdown at Maple Ridge secondary

School lockdown lasted 12 minutes.