Ronan O’Doherty

Maple Ridge overdoses spike in first half of 2020

City consultant says federal handouts and fluctuations in local drug trade lead to deaths

Pitt Meadows celebrates 2020 grads

Week of June 15 to 20 will be proclaimed Grad Week to support and recognize class of 2020

Bear sightings lead to temporary closure of some Maple Ridge trails

Conservation officer said there are a couple yearling bears in the Kanaka Creek Regional Park area

Three Ramblers run and jump their way to track and field scholarships

Maple Ridge Secondary’s Aiden Grout, Alina Olson, and Nico Aron will represent the Ridge in college

Maple Ridge brothers earn SFU scholarships in back-to-back years

Jack Williams, 19 and brother Ben, 17 excel at sports, academics and volunteering in their community

Crash blocks traffic along Dewdney Trunk Road in Maple Ridge

Traffic is blocked in both directions on Dewdney Trunk Road

Former Pitt Meadows Secondary principal starts scholarship in memory of former student, Jassi Sidhu

Sidhu was murdered in India twenty years ago for marrying against her family’s wishes.

Pitt Meadows on shortlist of four communities being considered for Metro Vancouver Housing

Mayor thinks regional equity, central location, and possible day-care collab positions city well

Pitt Meadows not expecting flooding but is prepared should it happen

City is monitoring rivers upstream and has completed study on evacuation route planning

Pitt Meadows city council uses new social media use guidelines to speak out against divisive online activity

Hoping abiding by new policy will set a standard for proper decorum online

Maple Ridge revamps flood response plan

Emergency program coordinator identifies some problem areas city is looking to shore up

Maple Ridge woman fights WorkSafeBC over police widow’s pension

Dalila Vroom says husband, Const. Rob Vroom, died as a result of PTSD from time with Abbotsford PD

Pair of Maple Ridge wrestlers earns full ride at SFU

Marquesis Haintz and Ryan Hicks are two of B.C.s top young grapplers

Most crimes in Pitt Meadows down so far in 2020

RCMP inspector provides update to city council during Tuesday’s online meeting

Pitt Meadows playgrounds start reopening Monday

Fencing and caution tape will be remove, signage promoting good hygiene will be posted

Spike of bear calls to Conservation Officer Service prompts calls for prevention

‘We want to do everything we can beforehand to reduce conflict,’ said Sgt. Todd Hunter

Pitt Meadows mayor responds to petition to halt development of North Lougheed Study Area

A petition with 628 signatures was put before city council on Tuesday evening

Maple Ridge Climate Hub urges city council to take action

Many neighbouring cities have declared climate emergencies

Over 600 Pitt Meadows citizens sign petition to protest North Lougheed development

Petition requests more environmental information before development decisions carried out

Pass slow and wide, please

Maple Ridge mom pleads with drivers to show care after daughter falls from spooked pony on 132nd Ave