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Six Abbotsford middle schools are getting new playgrounds.
Abbotsford school trustee Shirley Wilson has resigned from her position with the local Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) organization to accept a job with the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation (LMHF).
FortisBC and the Abbotsford school district have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to evaluate how the district’s energy needs can be better met.
Midge is celebrating a milestone birthday, but she doesn't realize it or, for that matter, even care.
A fire at an animal-feed mill in Abbotsford Friday morning was quickly extinguished before any major damage resulted.
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.
Premier Christy Clark has ended months of speculation and will stick to the scheduled date of May 2013 for the next B.C. election.
Fewer than 500 police officers found themselves dealing with a crowd of 155,000 hockey fans and troublemakers much more quickly than they expected, a review of the Stanley Cup riot has found.
The first phase of potential job action by teachers will not have any significant impact in the classroom, says the president of the Abbotsford District Teachers’ Association (ADTA).
A work-to-rule campaign by public school teachers, set to begin on the first day of school, is only one dispute expected in education in the coming year.
One man has a hard-luck story about his vehicle, while the other poses as a handyman looking to be paid for completed work.
A group of 22 construction workers mainly from Abbotsford and Langley claimed a $3.3 million 6/49 jackpot Wednesday afternoon at the B.C. Lottery Corporation's Vancouver office.
Vancouver police on defensive over delays
A delegation from Abbotsford’s Japanese sister city, Fukagawa, visits about every two years, and on this occasion, the visitors are interested in the urban renewal underway in the city’s historic downtown.
Port, goods movers expected to fight the proposal
A 66-year-old man who allegedly punched an Abbotsford Police officer and attempted to take his Taser on Tuesday night is facing possible assault charges.
Disease, not sea lice, main threat from salmon farms: inquiry researcher
Deal puts huge Merritt-to-Coquitlam transmission project closer to launch
Tickets rise despite poll showing most convinced of risk