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Aging facility in Abbotsford poses difficult situation for residents and Lynnhaven Society
Malcolm Cleaves is 80 years old, but he will start looking for a new home in Kamloops or Penticton, rather than move into a “micro-apartment” to be built near Jubilee Park.
Couple may have helped missing man Monday by Mission Bridge
Chilliwack RCMP are hoping to speak to a young couple who helped…
Abbotsford school district reviews busing options; $280,000 ‘imbalance’ in 2010-11
The Abbotsford school district is running an "imbalance" in its operation of school buses, and a public meeting on Thursday night at Rick Hansen Secondary gathered input from parents.
Mission Shoppers robbed Thursday night
Mission RCMP have a man in custody suspected of robbing the local…
More groups abandon Missing Women Inquiry
Criticism of funding intensifies on eve of hearings
Abbotsford man sentenced to four years for 2008 fatal beating of spouse
Daniel Casgrain of Abbotsford was handcuffed and led out of court Thursday morning to begin a four-year prison term in connection with the 2008 beating death of his common-law spouse Hendrikje (Ricky) Priester.
School buses to sport decals with positive messages
A proposal by the Abbotsford Police Department to post decals in school buses citing positive messages to students has the support of the board of education.
New penalties proposed for public disorder
Attorney General Shirley Bond has introduced changes to B.C. law that present new options for street disorder, unsafe driving and other provincial offences.
Banman seeking mayor’s chair
Abbotsford chiropractor Dr. Bruce Banman has declared his candidacy for mayor.
Jarrod Bacon’s conspiracy trial begins, but presentation of evidence delayed
The conspiracy trial of Jarrod Bacon and co-accused Wayne Scott began Wednesday in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, but evidence will not be presented until at least next week.
No room at UFV for more international students
Without more B.C. government funding, UFV won’t be able to increase its international student enrolment, part of the job creation plan unveiled by Premier Christy Clark last week.
Abbotsford school bus fees reviewed at meetings
The Abbotsford school district hosts two public consultation meetings this month as part of a review of its school bus fees.
Suit filed against councillor
District of Mission Coun. Paul Horn has been served with a notice…
Taking nominations – municipal candidates have until Oct. 14 to file
The nomination period for the 2011 municipal elections began Oct. 4 and closes on Oct. 14 at 4 p.m.
Police catch credit union robbery suspect
Abbotsford man faces charges in Langley holdups
Foot-dragging on farmland fixes: Auditor
'Negligible progress' on steps to protect ALR
A park runs over it: Rethinking the Port Mann Bridge demolition
Idea floated to save span for green space instead of tearing it down
New ID cards go beyond health care
The replacement for B.C.'s CareCard will provide online access to medical records, and may also be used to confirm B.C. residence and age while keeping other information private.
‘Man purse’ filled with cocaine results in arrest of 37-year-old
A "man purse" filled with cocaine resulted in Abbotsford Police, with assistance from Port Mann Highway Patrol, arresting a 37-year-old Coquitlam man on Tuesday night.
Mayors set to okay gas tax hike for TransLink
Enough yes votes now pledged from Surrey, Vancouver, Tri-Cities