Alina Konevski

Abbotsford residents bought thousands of shoeboxes for the Operation Christmas Child program in 2013.

Abbotsford woman will help deliver shoeboxes to kids in Senegal

Tricia Dumouchel has been participating in Operation Christmas Child since she was a child herself

Abbotsford residents bought thousands of shoeboxes for the Operation Christmas Child program in 2013.
There has been no increase in serious crashes along Highway 1 in Abbotsford over previous years.

Highway 1 collision numbers stable along Abbotsford portion

Between 2010 and 2013, there were seven people each year who suffered serious injuries due to collisions on the highway

There has been no increase in serious crashes along Highway 1 in Abbotsford over previous years.
Abbotsford school district superintendent Kevin Godden.

Abbotsford schools jump forward on Fraser rankings

District performs better on annual Fraser Institute list.

Abbotsford school district superintendent Kevin Godden.
A Little Free Library opened at Mill Lake Park today.

Mill Lake gets own Little Free Library

Three little libraries installed in Abbotsford on Thursday.

A Little Free Library opened at Mill Lake Park today.
MEI also does a 'walk for water' to Mill Lake. In 2012

Teachers head to Africa with Run for Water

A group of teachers from Abbotsford, Chilliwack, and Agassiz are heading to Ethiopia this Friday.

MEI also does a 'walk for water' to Mill Lake. In 2012
Clearbrook Waterworks District won its third gold medal for best tap water in the world.

Clearbrook water best in world

The waterworks district in Abbotsford won its third gold medal for its tap water at a premier international competition.

Clearbrook Waterworks District won its third gold medal for best tap water in the world.
A total of 700 Abbotsford parents pre-registered for a talk on self-regulation last week.

Behavioural problems in children due to stress: Expert

Hundreds of Abbotsford parents came out to hear psychologist philosopher Dr. Stuart Shanker speak.

A total of 700 Abbotsford parents pre-registered for a talk on self-regulation last week.
Angie Korkowski (pictured) and husband Richard are selling off their beloved animals from their farm-based recovery program.

Joshua House sells off animals

The farm-based recovery program in Abbotsford has been unable to find new land.

Angie Korkowski (pictured) and husband Richard are selling off their beloved animals from their farm-based recovery program.
Sahil

Students organize anti-bullying event

District's newest youth service club starts off strong at Abbotsford Traditional secondary school.

Sahil
Abbotsford couple Danielle Synotte and Jamie Deba are in Sochi this week after winning tickets to see the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Cheering for Canada in Sochi

An Abbotsford couple is in Sochi, Russia, after winning tickets to see the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Abbotsford couple Danielle Synotte and Jamie Deba are in Sochi this week after winning tickets to see the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Raymond Lee Caissie served 22 years in jail for a sexual assault incident in Abbotsford.

Convicted sex offender returns to jail on theft

Raymond Lee Caissie served 22 years for sexually assaulting a woman in Abbotsford.

Raymond Lee Caissie served 22 years in jail for a sexual assault incident in Abbotsford.
Dancers enjoy Suburban Swing in Abbotsford in January.

VIDEO: Suburban Swing dancing takes off in Fraser Valley

This Sunday night's swing dance meet in Abbotsford has a special Valentine's theme and live jazz band.

Dancers enjoy Suburban Swing in Abbotsford in January.
FVRD chair Sharon Gaetz

FVRD applies for NEB intervenor status

Fraser Valley Regional District seeks seat at table of Kinder Morgan pipeline hearing.

FVRD chair Sharon Gaetz
Parents Bob Allan and Jean King want daughter Rosalie to call. Cst. Ian MacDonald stands in the far right.

Parents seek missing Abbotsford woman

Rosalie Allan, 46, was last seen in October. Her boyfriend Jonathan Wood, 45, is also sought by police.

Parents Bob Allan and Jean King want daughter Rosalie to call. Cst. Ian MacDonald stands in the far right.
Jackson Rauh

Abbotsford boy, 7, joins mom on Uganda charity trip

Amanda Rauh is keeping her promise to her son on her next Africa trip.

Jackson Rauh
Frank White stands in front of his one-log truck in 1939. Below

99-year-old Abbotsford trucker publishes first book

Frank White recounts the story of how Abbotsford grew up.

Frank White stands in front of his one-log truck in 1939. Below
Linda Pipe

Nurses face dozens of incidents of violence in hospitals

Chair of nurses' union Linda Pipe is increasingly concerned by the levels of violence at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Mission Memorial

Linda Pipe

Unemployment highest in Abbotsford-Mission

Chamber of Commerce endorses city economic plan as Abbotsford-Mission unemployment rate tops B.C. metro areas.

W. J. Mouat Grade 10 students (from left) Elizabeth Tauber

Brave account by Abbotsford high school girls wins recognition

A courageous and personal talk by three W. J. Mouat students about domestic violence impresses a school assembly.

W. J. Mouat Grade 10 students (from left) Elizabeth Tauber
Bitcoins are a digital currency

Abbotsford real estate developer accepts bitcoins on condo deposits

Developer says move is part of a "long-term game plan."

Bitcoins are a digital currency