Robert Mangelsdorf

Joe Roberts is living proof there is no such thing as a lost cause. The former homeless drug addict has gone on to become a successful businessman and motivational speaker

A promise kept takes former addict across country

Joe Roberts is pushing shopping cart from Calgary to Vancouver to help keep kids off the streets

Joe Roberts is living proof there is no such thing as a lost cause. The former homeless drug addict has gone on to become a successful businessman and motivational speaker
The Raging Grannies lead the Congaline Not Pipeline.

Enbridge pipeline opposition grows in Maple Ridge

Letter-writing campaign begins, workshop offered at library in Maple Ridge

The Raging Grannies lead the Congaline Not Pipeline.
Jen Baillie

Maple Ridge group off to Rwanda to construct occupational centre

A group of local volunteers is off for a trip of a lifetime to lend a hand on the other side of the world.

Jen Baillie

Car sales rev up in July

2012 on pace to be best auto sales year since 2007, with more than 1 million sold

Vancity offers free cash, but no takers

Lower Mainland credit union wants to help local groups

Burning ember destroys parks truck

Maple Ridge Fire Department prevents fire from spreading to forest.

B.C.’s Liberal government is looking at the possibility of using Internet voting in future provincial elections

B.C. looks at online voting

Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows MLA Michael Sather worried about security

B.C.’s Liberal government is looking at the possibility of using Internet voting in future provincial elections
Mike Homen stands on a property across from his own Cliff Ave. property where the homeless set up tents and dump garbage. Homen moved into the house he currently owns 15 years ago.  'When it was a quiet

Shelter neighbour fed up, wants to move from Maple Ridge

Mike Homen is tired of rampant drug use and property theft around his home near the Caring Place shelter in Maple Ridge

Mike Homen stands on a property across from his own Cliff Ave. property where the homeless set up tents and dump garbage. Homen moved into the house he currently owns 15 years ago.  'When it was a quiet
Josine Eikelenboom sits with her grandson Alan

Maple Ridge resident fears for Coho Creek

Josine Eikelenboom protected her part of creek but worries about portion near proposed pit in Maple Ridge

Josine Eikelenboom sits with her grandson Alan

Golden Ears boss passionate about B.C.’s busiest park

With 409 campsites spread over three campgrounds, the park has also the largest campground complex in the province.

Hot long weekend crowds beach, campsites

Hot summer weather saw vacationers flock to Golden Ears Provincial Park for the August long weekend.

Rescuers help in search for filmmaker

Fewer calls so far this summer, search experts help out up north

Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’

Maple Ridge Burrards fall in OT to Langley Thunder

Curtis Dickson had 6 points in his first game of the year as the Burrards overcame a four goal deficit to force overtime Wednesday night.

Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’
Robert Klaus

Corkage fees could hurt fine dining in Maple Ridge

Robert Klaus, of Lava Dining and Lounge in Maple Ridge, is concerned the corkage fee he will have to charge will put off customers

Robert Klaus
Mike Salo

‘New scrap metal laws won’t stop thefts’

Dealers must now require ID from sellers, no longer pay much cash

Mike Salo
Zachary Hetherington of Maple Ridge (second from left) competes in the boys’ 300m final last weekend at the B.C. Summer Games in Surrey. Hetherington finished fourth in the event

Locals golden at B.C. Summer Games in Surrey

20 local athletes came home with gold medals last weekend.

Zachary Hetherington of Maple Ridge (second from left) competes in the boys’ 300m final last weekend at the B.C. Summer Games in Surrey. Hetherington finished fourth in the event
Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’

Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’

Bertoia has four goals as Maple Ridge beats Victoria 15-11 on the road

Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’
Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’

Burrards girls dominate at B.C. finals

Peewee girls win gold, midget girls take silver, bantam squad finishes fourth last weekend

Senior A Burrards pound Victoria Shamrocks in ‘historic win’

Maple Ridge adds three new parks

Maple Ridge residents will soon have three new parks for their enjoyment

Secondary suites to be reviewed

Open houses, focus groups, online surveys planned