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A fifth Subway sandwich shop has been robbed in Abbotsford.
Robert Lee Coughlin’s has a ticket for $598 from his latest run-in with police.
Carlton Leith still hears the nurse's screams in his nightmares.
On March 18, at Abbotsford Regional Hospital...
Could a company contracted to design, build and operate Abbotsford’s new Stave Lake water system sell the water to other customers?
A pedestrian who was the victim of an apparent hit-and-run tonight (Friday) in Abbotsford was pronounced dead when emergency crews arrived on the scene.
Four people were sent to hospital Thursday morning, after they inhaled toxic fumes at a construction recycling plant at 30980 Peardonville Rd. in the industrial district.
Henry Braun started laying track toward a council seat Wednesday morning, with a campaign launch at the Ramada Plaza.
Malcolm Cleaves is 80 years old, but he will start looking for a new home in Kamloops or Penticton, rather than move into a “micro-apartment” to be built near Jubilee Park.
The Trotman Auto Group didn't have to go far for its latest acquisition – just across the street.
In the annual coming-together of Abbotsford cultures, thousands of people visited Abbyfest, the Abbotsford Multicultural Festival, on Saturday at the Ag-Rec Building at Exhibition Park.
One of the men who was part of a hostile mob at the Abbotsford Arts Centre during the night of a punjabi comedy show early this year has been given a year of probation.
The United Way of the Fraser Valley kicked off its 2011 campaign by announcing a big goal and hosting a pancake breakfast at Thunderbird Plaza, beside City Hall, on Thursday morning.
This province can tout the toughest administrative penalties in Canada for impaired driving, but its courts are lax on the crime, according to a new victim’s group.
The so-called “grey wave” of seniors sweeping through Canada’s demographics is rolling through Abbotsford’s housing market.
Summer is continuing well into September, as the province makes up for a coolish July with a comparatively scorching fall.
As the City of Abbotsford awaits word on its application for federal P3 funding for a major water supply project, other Lower Mainland communities are resisting the public/private deals.
Gerda Peachey is putting her name forward for the Abbotsford mayoralty race this fall, saying she has no illusions that she can beat incumbent Mayor George Peary, but knowing her voice will be heard.
The province has released the salaries and compensation for the top public sector executives in B.C., and it shows Fraser Health CEO Dr. Nigel Murray received the highest remuneration of any B.C. health authority head.
Student demand for courses at the University of the Fraser Valley is outpacing the growth of the university.
Waiting lists are getting longer.
In future years, back to school will not only bring the University of the Fraser Valley to life, but September will spark up a new commercial hub in Abbotsford.