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Organization pursues facility, but still needs $15 million from the city.
A strong running game powered the Rick Hansen Hurricanes to a 36-21 victory over Seaquam in varsity AA football action.
Community-minded teens will star in a nationwide commercial that was shot at an Abbotsford seniors home on Monday.
The B.C. Angels and came up with a 31-27 win over the Toronto Triumph on Saturday night at the AESC.
Pest has evolved a serrated “saw,” which allows it to cut through the skin of healthy, still-plump fruit, and lay eggs in it.
The Reptile Guy has a “perfect” new location, a business plan for a reptile rescue facility...
Shari Greer is a woman who is too familiar with grief. For helping others cope with the death of their loved ones...
One person is dead and another was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a single-vehicle crash in Abbotsford early Sunday.
The Union of Canadian Corrections Officers held a rally to bring public awareness to the issues they face.
In just its second year, the Fraser Valley's running of the IFAC has already become a six-digit fundraiser.
An Abbotsford letter carrier was attacked by three mastiffs on Monday morning, and taken to hospital with an arm injury.
Two collisions resulted in serious injuries to Abbotsford residents on Monday.
Abbotsford-Mission MLA Randy Hawes has added his name to the list of longtime Liberal politicians who will not be running...
Premier Christy Clark has named him Finance Minister while the world faces a time of economic uncertainty...
Tenants of Villa Vista apartment felt they were forced to go public with their complaints about a lack of heat in their building....
The Crown is asking for eight years prison time for two Abbotsford men who were found in a berry field near four cocaine-filled bags in 2009
Mayor Bruce Banman and several members of council were feeling some heat on Wednesday, but it wasn't political.
A silo full of hay went up in flames on Wells Line Road in Abbotsford on Wednesday morning.
Abbotsford Coun. John Smith suggests the city adopt a bylaw regulating the use of the devices
Final numbers aren't yet in, but soaring temperatures appeared to cut down on numbers attending Abbotsford event