Kelvin Gawley

MP Ed Fast gave a speech about the North American Free Trade Agreement to an agriculture business crowd Thursday morning. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News
MP Ed Fast gave a speech about the North American Free Trade Agreement to an agriculture business crowd Thursday morning. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News
Young boy struck by Jeep at Abbotsford car wash

Young boy struck by Jeep at Abbotsford car wash

Boy, 2 or 3, suffered only minor injuries

Young boy struck by Jeep at Abbotsford car wash
‘Novice’ teen drivers caught exceeding speed limit by more than 70 km/h

‘Novice’ teen drivers caught exceeding speed limit by more than 70 km/h

Cars impounded, more than $1,000 in fines issued to two teen drivers

‘Novice’ teen drivers caught exceeding speed limit by more than 70 km/h
UFV named one of B.C.’s top employers

UFV named one of B.C.’s top employers

Local school among 81 organizations in the province

UFV named one of B.C.’s top employers
Abbotsford News Week in Review — March 3

Abbotsford News Week in Review — March 3

Take a look back at the week’s top stories

Abbotsford News Week in Review — March 3
15th annual Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards recognize inclusivity leaders

15th annual Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards recognize inclusivity leaders

Awards go to people, businesses and organizations that champion diversity

15th annual Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards recognize inclusivity leaders
The City of Abbotsford set up a pop-up shop in Sevenoaks Shopping Centre and welcomed to public to provide feedback on its proposed City Centre Neighbourhood Plan. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News

Pop-up shop shapes the future of Abbotsford’s city centre

Public engagement will influence neighbourhood plan

The City of Abbotsford set up a pop-up shop in Sevenoaks Shopping Centre and welcomed to public to provide feedback on its proposed City Centre Neighbourhood Plan. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News
Abbotsford cops set to make Polar Plunge

Abbotsford cops set to make Polar Plunge

Event raises money for Special Olympics BC

Abbotsford cops set to make Polar Plunge
Can you help solve this mystery?

Can you help solve this mystery?

Unidentified photos found in Auguston

Can you help solve this mystery?
Abbotsford school board approves two-week spring break

Abbotsford school board approves two-week spring break

Decision comes after grievance from teachers’ union

Abbotsford school board approves two-week spring break
The “F kNOw” logo is meant to direct young people to information about fentanyl.

Anti-drug scare tactics won’t keep teens away, expert says

Firefighters hope “F kNOw” campaign will help educate young people

The “F kNOw” logo is meant to direct young people to information about fentanyl.
Film about dyslexia screening at Abbotsford Arts Centre

Film about dyslexia screening at Abbotsford Arts Centre

Event on March 5 will be followed by discussion

Film about dyslexia screening at Abbotsford Arts Centre
Abbotsford ducks were killed when their barn went up in flames early Thursday morning. Creative Commons photo

Barnful of ducks die in early morning blaze

The cause of the fire is unknown

Abbotsford ducks were killed when their barn went up in flames early Thursday morning. Creative Commons photo
Consultation wanted before mental health patients move near schools

Consultation wanted before mental health patients move near schools

  • No evidence Fraser Health patients are to blame for increase in crime

Consultation wanted before mental health patients move near schools
A new sign was recently mounted on the rebuilt Lou’s Grill 16 months after the original restaurant was destroyed in a fire. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News

Lou’s Grill close to reopening after devastating 2016 fire

Popular restaurant was gutted in an accidental fire

A new sign was recently mounted on the rebuilt Lou’s Grill 16 months after the original restaurant was destroyed in a fire. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News
Three school district cars used by IT staff were damaged by a fallen tree during an ice storm in December.                                 Submitted photo

School district replacing cars damaged in ice storm with electric vehicles

Environmental concerns prompted decision to go electric

Three school district cars used by IT staff were damaged by a fallen tree during an ice storm in December.                                 Submitted photo
Abbotsford school district updates enrollment procedures

Abbotsford school district updates enrollment procedures

Board hopes to discourage out-of-catchment enrollment

Abbotsford school district updates enrollment procedures
Police follow stolen car, arrest three suspects thanks to ‘beautiful teamwork’

Police follow stolen car, arrest three suspects thanks to ‘beautiful teamwork’

Honda Civic followed by helicopter as it fled police

Police follow stolen car, arrest three suspects thanks to ‘beautiful teamwork’
Police release sketch of sexual assault suspect

Police release sketch of sexual assault suspect

Teenage girl was assaulted at John Maclure Elementary on Jan. 17

Police release sketch of sexual assault suspect
Trucker responds to petition calling for crackdown on illegal parking

Trucker responds to petition calling for crackdown on illegal parking

Ray Yeoman says there are too few parking options in Abbotsford

Trucker responds to petition calling for crackdown on illegal parking