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Suspected arson damages playground equipment in Abbotsford
Fire reported at Thomas A. Swift elementary on Sunday morning
Public consultation this fall on pipeline expansion
Kinder Morgan Canada plans to begin the process this September.
Abbotsford Mill Lake Cruise-In Car Show
A variety of specialty cars were on display in the park surrounding Mill Lake in Abbotsford for the Cruise-In Car Show.
Man with gun arrested in Aldergrove
Charles Raymond Charlton of Abbotsford has now been charged in connection to an incident on Tuesday, July 10.
Ed Fast: Championing trade
Abbotsford's member of parliament reflects on his first year as Minister of International Trade for the Asia-Pacific Gateway.
Farm tax change could see Abbotsford city revenue fall by $900,000
Abbotsford may be facing a tax shortfall as high as $900,000, after the province changed the way farm buildings can be taxed
The Bookworm takes a walk
One of downtown Abbotsford's public art pieces has been stolen in the last week
Curbside composting is on its way
Abbotsford will begin the program at the start of next year
Siberian smoke fades, U.S. fires may add to haze
Metro officials say increased particulate from afar has subsided – for now
Metro Vancouver’s high congestion ranking called ‘deceptive’
Region rated worst on continent after Los Angeles for delays measured by GPS
Fire damages Satchell Street home
Cause of the blaze at the Abbotsford residence is still under investigation
UPDATE: Welding repairs linked to Ritchie Smith Feeds fire
Crews battled a fire in a grain silo Wednesday afternoon at the animal feed company's building on Enterprise Avenue in Abbotsford
Gladwin Language Centre closes its doors
Programs had operated for 19 years in Abbotsford, including English classes
Robber arrested after officer spots him walking along street
Man had fled on foot after handing note to teller and obtaining some cash
Abby grad demolishes his old school
The demolition of Abbotsford Collegiate hit a milestone Tuesday, as the main walls came down.
Cattle breeders meet in Abbotsford
The 16th World Hereford Conference made a stop in Abbotsford on Monday
Seventy-year union celebrated
Henry and Mary Lloynd of Abbotsford met during the war years and are now celebrating 70 decades of marriage.
‘Super prolific’ offender charged again
Clayton Burton Orr was arrested for allegedly being in a stolen car and fleeing several times from police.
Update: Bradner town hall meeting – residents blast council over drainage and oppose industrial park
Some 300 rural residents turned out at Bradner Hall on Tuesday evening for a town hall meeting
B.C. Elders Gathering opens in Abbotsford
More than 3,000 people attended the opening ceremonies for the 36th annual event, held at Tradex.