Jennifer Feinberg

Blue bags are out for curbside recyling and blue bins are in

Use your own bin or the one the city gave you, but no more bags, please, except for shredding

Complaint coming about cattle prod use at B.C. rodeo

Fair reps investigate after Vancouver Humane Society pics show shocking device at bullriding event

Complaint about cattle prods at Chilliwack rodeo

Fair reps investigate after Vancouver Humane Society pics show shocking device at bullriding event

New trail link from Chilliwack Community Forest to the valley floor underway

The new trail will boast 350-metre elevation drop for mountain-bikers, hikers and more

Retro meets modern design with idea for iconic Paramount sign

Proposed Paramount Project plans for downtown Chilliwack unveiled Monday

Harv Westeringh announces run for Chilliwack council

The local realtor/builder has strong interest in municipal issues and fiscal responsibility

WATCH: Recruitment set to start for the Molson Coors Brewery at Chilliwack

There were about 1,000 jobs during the construction phase and some staff now being sought

Drug-checking started as pilot project in Chilliwack to test for fentanyl

Substance is mixed with water on test strip, and result is revealed in minutes

WATCH: Recruitment set to start for the Molson Coors Brewery at Chilliwack

There were about 1,000 jobs during the construction phase and some staff now being sought

Cultus Lake taking steps to curb illegal parking

Officials from different levels of government are working on the traffic problem

Triumphant Trevor McDonald floored by support and return of stolen guitar

For once the power of social media was used for good, says hardest working musician in Chilliwack

Sockeye seekers asked to get in and get out after fishing their limit

Courtesy being called for on the Fraser as different user groups vie for fish

Cheer on Francis Sache of Chilliwack before he heads to the Worlds

A plowing display during the Chilliwack Fair will also have a book of congratulations for Sache

Last Stand for Wild Salmon fundraiser to fight fish farms

The symbolic journey by big canoe will travelling down the Fraser and end in Chilliwack

Chris Kloot announces he will be running for re-election to council

Kloot’s first term saw challenges, he says, but there were also many successes along the way

FoodMesh seeks food producers and processors in Chilliwack with surplus to donate

FoodMesh is a pilot project with an online portal diverting food waste to a higher end use

Drought across most of coastal B.C. prompts water reduction recommendations

Chilliwack falls into drought region and some crops are feeling the absence of rain

UPDATED: Fraser Sockeye and Chinook recreational fishery open Tuesday for anglers

This is the super-sockeye run that everyone near the Fraser anticipates with relish every four years

Chilliwack comes through after call for donations and canned food

Sally Ann will be able to feed the hungry until Thanksgiving if the shelves continue to fill up

Gideon the cat survives coyote attack in Chilliwack

When they heard the cat howl he’d been chomped on by two coyotes near Mt. Slesse Middle School