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New apartment & townhouse projects may trigger South Fraser Way extension

Apartment and townhouse projects along Eleanor Avenue would lead to road connections

New six-storey apartment proposed along Marshall Road

Building would be second new apartment on dead-end Eleanor Avenue

Local victims of flood may qualify for financial assistance

Applications for Disaster Financial Assistance are available online

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Stabbing sends one to hospital with non-life threatening injuries
Pedestrian struck in Abbotsford
Abbotsford cop killer sentenced

Full cancer triage audit finally released to The News by health authority

PHSA had previously claimed that it didn’t have to release ‘negative findings’ contained in report

UPDATE: Couple wanted for store fraud in Abbotsford turn themselves in

Man allegedly pulled knife when confronted by grocery store employee

Surrey and Abbotsford hospitals ‘targeted’ for pay parking profit, activist says

John Buss, of HospitalPayParking.ca, says it’s ‘way out of whack’

Family panic sparked after BC Sheriff Service arrests Chilliwack woman with dementia

When 63-year-old’s husband realized she was gone it prompted calls to RCMP and Search and Rescue

BC Liberals to pick Abbotsford South candidate on Saturday

Lakhvinder Jhaj, Bruce Banman and Markus Delves vie for party nomination

UPDATE: Five families displaced following fire on Promontory in Chilliwack

Crews from all six halls were dispatched after 9 a.m. Tuesday to Russell Road

B.C. non-profit has $150 million of unclaimed cash & cheques. Does some belong to you?

Only a small portion of millions of dollars of forgotten or unclaimed money is ever claimed

Up to 20 cm of snow expected in Chilliwack and Abbotsford

Environment Canada says snow is expected to fall throughout day and night in Fraser Valley, Feb. 4

‘Void that can never be filled’: Const. John Davidson’s family details impact of his death

Victim-impact statements read at sentencing hearing for killer Oscar Arfmann

WATCH: Sasquatch Mountain evacuation successful

More than 50 vehicles escorted down mountain

Abbotsford Police issue warning about sex offender released from prison

Taylor Dueck is living in Abbotsford after serving full jail term

With Abbotsford growing faster than previously thought, infrastructure spending may follow

B.C. statistical agency revises city’s population estimates upwards after years of moderate growth

Sumas border ‘re-opened,’ but City of Sumas blocking entry as flood clean-up continues

Flooding had inundated much of Sumas after heaving rains over the weekend

Sasquatch Mountain ground evacuation plans underway

Cars could be escorted down Monday if conditions are safe, MOTI says.

UPDATED: Sumas border crossing re-opened

Vehicles have been unable to pass since Sunday