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Potential apartment fire confined to first-floor locker
Four firehalls responded to what was reported as heavy smoke in the hall of an apartment building on Bourquin Place early Monday evening.
Fines upheld for illegal protest of native fishery
BC Conservative leader John Cummins among defendants in failed appeal
Metro Vancouver may freeze new park purchases
Experience The Fraser trails, heritage buildings in jeopardy
Abbotsford Rotary Hole in One challenge
The Abbotsford Rotary Club's Million Dollar Hole in One contest wrapped up Sunday with a winner, but there was no new millionaire.
Industrial park proposal in Bradner ignites concern
Project along the Abbotsford-Langley border would require removing about 300 acres of farmland from the Agricultural Land Reserve.
Judge agrees that 2011 assault was not a hate crime
Daronne Dobni of Abbotsford receives conditional discharge and 18 months' probation for attack of Indo-Canadian man
Lockdown at Ferndale Institution in Mission
Authorities are conducting a thorough search of the facility after finding unauthorized items.
Abbotsford man among three charged after ‘super hero’ stings
The trio are accused of child luring after civilian vigilantes posed online as a teen girl who wanted to meet for sex
Single Parent Food Bank operator convicted
Mirek Kwasny, who runs a questionable 'food bank' program, has been fined for not filing an income tax return.
Dog poop challenge in parks spurs Metro to cut the crap
Red-flagging and DNA-testing of canine waste also among possible strategies in quest for green solutions
Pooped pooch saved by fire crews
A dog named Taz was trapped in a gully in Abbotsford and needed a helping hand
Downtown Abbotsford hosts film crew
The movie Holiday Spin, starring Ralph Macchio, is a sequel to Trading Christmas, which was also shot in Abbotsford
Metro seeks funds for waste-to-energy plan
Abbotsford Mayor Bruce Banman says he is 'cautious and concerned' about Metro's action
Pipeline opposition grows in the Fraser Valley
Pipe Up Network formed to organize opposition to twinning Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.
Abbotsford mayor chafes at Metro meeting ‘gag’ order
Board orders exclusion of non-member cities from debates
Tiffany-style lamp among items stolen from art gallery
Thief smashes window to break into Kariton Art Gallery in Abbotsford
Operation X police video warns of ecstasy use
Familes and friends of Cheryl McCormack and Tyler Miller of Abbotsford talk about the pain of their deaths.
Metro starts down P3 road for new waste incinerator
Private financing of WTE pledged to qualify for federal grant
Tickets issued for child carseat violations
Some kids were found sitting on the lap of a parent or grandparent, say Abbotsford Police.
Memorial ride for Afghanistan’s fallen on Saturday
In memory of the 158 Canadians killed in Afghanistan, there will again be a Memorial Ride for the Fallen this Saturday.