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Plan to develop Fraser Valley Inn unveiled

Six-storey mixed-use building would recreate facade of existing structure and add public plaza

Flavelle to run for council

Frequent Abbotsford council observer seeking his own seat

Local pro wrestler launches mayoral bid

Trevor Eros, who wrestles as ‘That Guy’ Danni Deeds, says he hopes to win over younger voters

Blue Angels help drive attendance increase at Abbotsford Airshow

Around 90,000 people attended this year’s event; officials to re-evaluate traffic plans for next year

Mayor calls favouritism allegations by Coun. Moe Gill ‘an absolute fabrication’

Gill has been silent since claiming Henry Braun’s friends had unique access to Abbotsford city hall

Sumas Mountain Regional Park closed; air quality warning issued

Dry conditions prompt closure of park, as smoke rolls in across the Lower Mainland.

Justin Goodrich seeking Vancouver council seat

Former Fraser Valley resident sits on UFV board and moderated Abbotsford mayor’s debate in 2014

Group developing plan to connect Abbotsford residents to doctors

Committee looking to overhaul primary care in city; plan may include urgent care centre

TRAFFIC: Highway 1 in Abbotsford snarled after crash involving semi

A collision involving a semi truck has snarled traffic near the Sumas Way exit

Chunk of land near Highstreet sells for $26 million

Multi-family development in Abbotsford likely on two large properties

Cap house sizes & ban pot greenhouses on B.C. farmland, panel tells province

Panel’s interim report says province should make it easier to penalize rule-breakers

Moe Gill running for mayor’s chair

Longtime Abbotsford councillor says city could grow faster

COLUMN: Only the joy of the unexpected could make sports fandom worth it

From Pavel Bure to Alphonso Davies, transcendent sports experiences overcome the pain of B.C. fandom

Final homesite of Abbotsford’s ‘Gladiola King’ property set for development

Twin six-storey buildings to be constructed on old home of ‘Magnolia King of the Fraser Valley’

Abbotsford eyes eight new buses by 2021

City to sign memorandum of understanding with BC Transit, but still needs provincial approval

Ice storm cost city more than $2 million

Revenue from fees, taxes and investments makes up for winter woes

Proposal for Clayburn Brick Plant site development

Apartments and townhouses planned for massive site near historic downtown

Brew pub won’t be a noise problem, council says

Some Gladwin residents worried new Trading Post restaurant would keep people up at night

Most new transportation spending remains focused on Abbotsford’s roadways

Most walking and cycling spending won’t happen for another decade

New homes putting squeeze on parking in older neighbourhoods

Reducing car-dependency won’t be painless, Siemens warns