Greg Knill

City capital plan lets us look into the future

The City of Chilliwack plans to spend millions of your dollars over the next decade. Do you want to know how?

Power restored to parts of Chilliwack

Nearly 3600 customers had been affected

Who is Barry Neufeld on guard for?

The Chilliwack school trustee has aligned himself with a group that sees the district administration as ‘clueless’ and even complicit in a dark conspiracy.

UPDATE: Highway 1 opens with single lane traffic both directions

Mudslide cleanup still in progress

Heavy security is the new norm

Road blocks and semiautomatic weapons signal change at Remembrance Day services

Acknowledging the sacrifices made on our behalf

Memorial to fallen RCMP members takes on new poignancy in wake of Abbotsford shooting

Column: Chilliwack school trustee should step down

Fueling fear is not encouraging dialogue

Missing Chilliwack teen found ‘safe and sound’

Boy found just as mother was organizing search

First and Hazel deserves a closer look

Neighbours argue the intersection is prone to crashes

Power out and traffic rerouted following crash on Vedder

Nearly 5,000 hydro customers affected

Acknowledging the mistakes of our past

Education a critical step toward reconciliation

VIDEO: Worker seriously injured in Chilliwack workplace accident

Worker suffered electric shock after crane contacts overhead power line.

VIDEO: Fire guts Chilliwack home

Flames and smoke coming from the building when firefighters arrived

Gas leak forces evacuation of Chilliwack neighbourhood

Large RV crashes into a home

Pay attention! School’s back in

There’s more than speed to think about as kids head back to school

Pioneers: Carving out a little piece of Eden

Five generations of Wells helped shape Chilliwack’s future and preserve its past

Police gain well-earned applause

Recent police raids in Chilliwack are taking potentially lethal drugs and weapons off our streets

Mother asks son to surrender to police

Son wanted in connection to large Chilliwack drug bust

Cost of carelessness

Given the warnings, evidence and restrictions, there is no excuse for a ‘human caused’ fire right now.

Harrison Lake wildfire grows to 65 hectares

The human-caused fire is now 20 per cent contained