Maple Ridge News Staff

Around 6:55 p.m. Halloween night, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, Maple Ridge RCMP officers responded to reports of a stabbing in the 21800 block of Mountainview Crescent near Maple Ridge Secondary School. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Service)
Around 6:55 p.m. Halloween night, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, Maple Ridge RCMP officers responded to reports of a stabbing in the 21800 block of Mountainview Crescent near Maple Ridge Secondary School. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Service)
Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows gift card give-away contest aims to support local businesses amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows contest)
Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows gift card give-away contest aims to support local businesses amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows contest)
A few Justice 4 Kway rallies have been held at the bandstand in Maple Ridge’s Memorial Peace Park. And, on Friday, Kway Din’s family held a press conference in Coquitlam calling for answers about the 54-year-old man’s death. (Special to The News)

Family calling for answers more than a year after police-involved shooting death in Maple Ridge

Siblings hold press conference in Coquitlam Friday to address their concerns

A few Justice 4 Kway rallies have been held at the bandstand in Maple Ridge’s Memorial Peace Park. And, on Friday, Kway Din’s family held a press conference in Coquitlam calling for answers about the 54-year-old man’s death. (Special to The News)
This is an artists rendering of a storage building being constructed in Hammond. The Maple Ridge Community Foundation is working with the building owners to develop community themed murals that will be visible to passersby. Artists are invited to submit proposals for the project before Aug. 28. (Special to The News)

Artists invited to contribute to large Hammond murals

Maple Ridge Community Foundation is accepting art submissions until Aug. 28

This is an artists rendering of a storage building being constructed in Hammond. The Maple Ridge Community Foundation is working with the building owners to develop community themed murals that will be visible to passersby. Artists are invited to submit proposals for the project before Aug. 28. (Special to The News)
Emergency responders were seen removing a body, as well as various evidence bags from the Art Infiniti Hotel in Maple Ridge Friday night, following what witnesses are calling a “suspicious” death. Ridge Meadows RCMP have called it a “medical incident.” (Shane MacKichan/Special to The News)

FURTHER UPDATE: Body removed from Maple Ridge hotel after large police presence

A large contingent of Mounties were at the Art Infiniti Hotel Friday afternoon and evening

Emergency responders were seen removing a body, as well as various evidence bags from the Art Infiniti Hotel in Maple Ridge Friday night, following what witnesses are calling a “suspicious” death. Ridge Meadows RCMP have called it a “medical incident.” (Shane MacKichan/Special to The News)
It was quite a sight to see Friday, July 10 when Colt came across all these deer in the front yard of his great uncles home in the Yennadon area of Maple Ridge. (Colt McMyn/Special to The News)

Herd of deer camp out in Yennadon front yard

Four bucks and two does rested under the shrubs of a Maple Ridge home Friday

It was quite a sight to see Friday, July 10 when Colt came across all these deer in the front yard of his great uncles home in the Yennadon area of Maple Ridge. (Colt McMyn/Special to The News)
Price of parking around Maple Ridge’s municipal facilities in the city core have just gone up. (City of Maple Ridge website)

Parking rates increase around Maple Ridge city hall

Construction also begins on a 128-stall commuter parking lot next to the bus exchange

Price of parking around Maple Ridge’s municipal facilities in the city core have just gone up. (City of Maple Ridge website)
A train reportedly struck a person just west of the 240th Street intersection with the CP Rail tracks in Maple Ridge on Monday, June 29. (Black Press Media files)

Pedestrian dead after being struck by train in Maple Ridge

CP Police and local Mounties are investigating the early morning incident

A train reportedly struck a person just west of the 240th Street intersection with the CP Rail tracks in Maple Ridge on Monday, June 29. (Black Press Media files)
A Revelstoke RCMP officer was pepper sprayed by a Maple Ridge woman on June 7. (Black Press Media files)

Maple Ridge woman accused of pepper spraying RCMP officer during traffic stop

The suspect’s first court appearance scheduled for August 5

A Revelstoke RCMP officer was pepper sprayed by a Maple Ridge woman on June 7. (Black Press Media files)