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The inaugural event raised more than $4,000 for B.C. Children’s Hospital.
The documentary Salmon Wars: Wild Fish, Aquaculture and the Future of Communities will be screened at Maple Ridge City Hall on Sept. 21.
Donations can now be made online to help low income families and seniors purchase food at Haney Farmer’s Market.
Bobby Vanderhoef was the operator of a dump truck that he tried to stop from rolling onto Lougheed Highway on Sept. 5 in Coquitlam.
Kamryn Exley, originally from Pitt Meadows, never gave up dancing while battling leukemia.
Start Me Up campaign will be raising money for the Breakfast Club of Canada.
The Maple Ridge festival takes place Sept. 16 in Memorial Peace Park.
Author Kathrin Lake will be one of three writers conducting workshops at the festival.
The inaugural team and club showcase took place on Monday at MRSS.
Logan Lay was presented with the uniform and badge she wore for Police Chief for the Day in June.
The call is out for submissions for the second annual Maple Ridge Festival of B.C. Film.
Despite the rain 135 people took part in the event on Saturday at Spirit Square.
Students participate in learning activities during their first week back to school at Webster’s Corners elementary in Maple Ridge.
Joan Martin celebrated her 102nd birthday at Greystone Manor on Sunday.
The Friends In Need Food Bank is hoping to get their school program going in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows high schools.
Heather Treleaven with The Seniors Network has a passion for seniors
Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation executive director loves raising money for a great cause.
There was a 62 per cent increase in the number of children who needed back-to-school supplies from the Salvation Army Ridge Meadows Ministries.
Audrey Cerny will be taking park in the Parkinson’s SuperWalk in Pitt Meadows on Saturday.