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Crash closes Lougheed highway east of Mission

Crash closes Lougheed highway east of Mission

Abbotsford drug bust nets three kilograms of cocaine

The Abbotsford Police Department busted a trio of suspected gang members with more than three kilograms of cocaine on Wednesday night.
Clark passes on HST debate with Dix

Clark passes on HST debate with Dix

NDP leader accuses premier of hiding
HST referendum deadline now Aug. 5

HST referendum deadline now Aug. 5

Two-week extension in response to postal service delays
David Hull steps down as Abbotsford Chamber executive director

David Hull steps down as Abbotsford Chamber executive director

David Hull, executive director of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce has resigned. The move came after the chamber’s board of directors, on June 23, requested, received and accepted the resignation.
Update: Highway reopens

Update: Highway reopens

Just in time for the start of the Canada Day long weekend, the Trans-Canada Highway has reopened after a massive mudslide a day earlier.
Three months conditional sentence and two years probation for Abbotsford hit and run

Three months conditional sentence and two years probation for Abbotsford hit and run

The man who struck and killed 80-year-old pedestrian Bachan Gill of Abbotsford on Sept. 30, 2010 was handed a three month conditional sentence and two year's probation on Wednesday morning in Abbotsford provincial court.
Metro to add new services to wring cash from parks

Metro to add new services to wring cash from parks

Dog obedience training, tent rentals among first offerings
Dix brings anti-HST campaign to Abbotsford

Dix brings anti-HST campaign to Abbotsford

NDP Leader Adrian Dix brought his ant-HST campaign to Abbotsford on Tuesday.

Abbotsford council, employee wages released

Nine more employees of the City of Abbotsford passed the $75,000 salary level in 2010. According to the year-end financial report examined by council yesterday afternoon, 178 municipal employees (excluding police) earned more than $75,000. In 2009, 169 reached that level.