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Maple Ridge Mad Hatter’s Foundation inviting people to host their tea party this year

The goal of the Mad Hatter’s Parade and Tea Party is to eliminate the stigma of mental illness

Pitt Meadows nearly sets new temperature record

Several communities across the Lower Mainland set hottest May 10 on record

PHOTOS: Scheduled road closures in Maple Ridge

Public is advised to follow traffic signs in work zones and to plan ahead

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Truck fire in Pitt Meadows
Maple Ridge mama and babes out for a stroll
Police investigate an individual struck on rail tracks in Maple Ridge
Police standoff in downtown Maple Ridge ended with Tasers

RCMP investigation nets dozens of charges against Pitt Meadows suspect

Tyson Taylor Helgason being remanded until August on break-and-enter charges

Maple Ridge boy featured in Forbes ‘8 Under 18’ list for COVID-19 contribution

With more than 33,000 ear guards made, Quinn Callander refocuses on distribution

Regional parks still open, but cautions advised

Visitors to Metro Vancouver parks in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows are asked to be diligent

  • May 8, 2020

Pitt Meadows outdoor pool closed for the summer

Municipality makes ‘tough’ decision, in part due to distancing concerns, not to open swimming hole

  • May 8, 2020

Record-breaking snowpack has Pitt Meadows on alert

Officials say it’s not the time to panic, and weather patterns are a determining factor in flood risk

Curtain barriers allow suspected COVID patients to share care-home rooms with others, Fraser Health says

Provincial and federal guidelines say symptomatic patients should get their own rooms, when possible

Pitt Meadows property tax payment deadline moved to October 1

Late tax payment will receive a 10 per cent penalty

Maple Ridge’s Legion House seniors facility put on the market

Vacancy issues among concerns regarding 19-unit building

VIDEO: Maple Ridge boy gets visit from fire department for second birthday

Members of the Maple Ridge Fire and Rescue did a drive-by with sirens blaring and lights flashing

VIDEO: Residents reminded to flush only ‘number one, number two and toilet paper’

Maple Ridge Mayor Mike Morden shares regular video messages during COVID-19

Maple Ridge dealership sets $10,000 giving goal for Friends in Need food bank this month

Seventh year of “Operation 100” will fight against hunger caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

12 cleared of COVID-19, one more death at Maple Ridge retirement residence

Outbreak at Chartwell Willow Retirement Community began April 18

Maple Ridge breast cancer survivor shares story of survival

Jennifer Kelly raising awareness for Hometown Heroes Lottery