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Sarah Grochowski

Sarah Grochowski

Sarah Grochowski's writing has appeared in New York Daily News (NYDN), Forbes, and dozens of other news outlets. As a producer for BRIC TV, Sarah was part of a team nominated for a New York Emmy for a short documentary examining Harlem's opioid crisis. She penned an expose on the unseen, pervasive reality of human trafficking for NYDN. Previously, Sarah was editor of the Aldergrove Star.

Recent Work by Sarah

Vancouver hit-and-run victim clinging to life in hospital: police

Vancouver hit-and-run victim clinging to life in hospital: police

Police are asking the public to help identify the motorist of a grey BMW that hit a 47-year-old pedestrian and abruptly fled the scene
234 new cases of COVID-19 announced in B.C. and one new senior death

234 new cases of COVID-19 announced in B.C. and one new senior death

The senior who died in the Fraser Health region was in their 80s and initially attended a small-scale birthday party
Screaming match on SkyTrain sees unmasked passenger deny reality of COVID-19 (VIDEO)

Screaming match on SkyTrain sees unmasked passenger deny reality of COVID-19 (VIDEO)

Transit Police are calling it an aggressive argument between two people: 'Things could have escalated and become far worse'
Woman sexually assaulted by man who posed as Uber driver, Vancouver police say

Woman sexually assaulted by man who posed as Uber driver, Vancouver police say

A Metro Vancouver man posed as an Uber driver in order to lure in, confine, and sexually-assault a woman. Police say there may be more victims.
Vancouver ranked one of the best cities in the world amid pandemic: 2021 report

Vancouver ranked one of the best cities in the world amid pandemic: 2021 report

Vancouver has been ranked as one of the best cities in the world, even taking into account the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic
Vancouver police identify murder victim whose remains were found floating in a recycling bin

Vancouver police identify murder victim whose remains were found floating in a recycling bin

Vancouver resident Douglas Wanke's suspicious death – with remains left floating in a recycling bin set off at sea – marks the city's 15th homicide of 2020
More than 100,000 lights to twinkle in downtown Vancouver next month (PHOTOS)

More than 100,000 lights to twinkle in downtown Vancouver next month (PHOTOS)

Lights of Hope festival will ring in its 23rd year Nov. 19. Viewers are asked to watch the opening ceremonies from home and visit in-person at a later date.
Non-profit evicted for providing DTES residents cannabis as harm reduction means

Non-profit evicted for providing DTES residents cannabis as harm reduction means

'If we turn our backs on them many of them will go back to the streets and die': City council examines avenues of cannabis accessibility for DTES drug users
Cheeky mishap in Vancouver sees buttocks exposed during live interview (VIDEO)

Cheeky mishap in Vancouver sees buttocks exposed during live interview (VIDEO)

Former Vancouver City Councillor Gordon Price is not the first to navigate technical difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic with virtual meetings
Port Moody restaurant flagged for COVID-19 exposure by Fraser Health

Port Moody restaurant flagged for COVID-19 exposure by Fraser Health

Someone was COVID-19 contagious at the restaurant six days of this month