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Make that 12,000 – not 10,000 – new Liberals signed on by the Mike de Jong Liberal leadership campaign.
It wasn't the standard firefighter's call, and it was a long way…
Marilyn Merrett couldn’t believe a thief would be so callous as to steal a wheelchair.
A recent rash of break-ins at the homes of Abbotsford church-goers is just the latest incarnation of an old crime.
Fall rains devastated potato and vegetable crops across the Fraser Valley, and now producers face uncertainty about how much the government is going to help them.
The controversial issue of grow-op-busting public safety inspection teams hit home for young mother Amy Keer last Thursday.
The Abbotsford Rugby Club started proving right away that they belong in Premier League rugby.
On the opening day of the B.C. Premier League, the club went to Victoria to take on the Velox Valhalians in their first top-flight match in three-and-a-half seasons, and upset the home team 15-8.
Kurtis Appeldoorn got Abby’s first try, slashing through defenders over a 50-yard sprint.
Ed Ilnicki, whose company Canadian Petroleum Products (CPC) created an environmental state of emergency in Abbotsford in 2005, is expected to plead guilty to three of 43 hazardous waste charges relating to a second company, Valley Demolition and Design and Repair.
There was a rash of car thefts in Abbotsford over the weekend – 10 in total.
An Abbotsford couple is part of a nationwide lobby to have the British government end a decades-old pension freeze.
Shelby Bernard became obsessed with the disappearance of her common-law husband Wesley Foulds. Convinced he was murdered, she has spent many days at the Hayward Lake Recreation Area, searching for clues police might have missed. She eventually passed through the worst part of the emotional hell, but two years later the first and last thing she thinks about each day, is her missing man.
Natural gas prices dropped again this month, but those who locked into contracts with gas marketing companies three years ago won’t be enjoying the savings.
Since the gas industry was deregulated four years ago, private firms have been allowed to sell natural gas on five-year contracts, although Tera
An Abbotsford woman believes she may have seen some large-scale illegal dumping into Abbotsford’s storm sewer system.
On Sunday night, at about midnight, Sandra Nieman heard the sound of equipment running outside her townhome on Bourquin Crescent, near Ware Street.
The City of Abbotsford will have to continue dredging asbestos out of the Sumas River in 2011.
Would-be premier George Abbott told Abbotsford Liberals that the leadership race is about rebuilding British Columbians’ faith in the party and connecting with the grassroots of the province.
Randy White will be back politicking in Abbotsford this Saturday.
The Abbotsford MP of 13 years is promoting the B.C. Conservative Party in the riding that was the longtime turf for the “Reform Party Pit Bull,” as he was dubbed in the national media.
The developer of Abbotsford's tallest building has made a financial commitment to its most high profile charity project.
Abbotsford MP Ed Fast met with local grandmother Elizabeth Strecker to review…
Abbotsford should get out of the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD), and save almost $2 million per year.
It has been almost two years since Wesley Foulds went missing, and…