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After 23 years with the Chilliwack Progress, reporter Robert Freeman says good-bye.
Parents contacted by The Progress supported Wednesday’s job action by BC Government Employees Union despite the disruption to child care.
Trish Mercer takes 'Idle No More' idea one step further and asks Chilliwack to help a 'lost people' find their way.
Rotating job action by the B.C. Government Employees Union is scheduled to hit Chilliwack Community Services Wednesday.
Supt. Keith Robinson is retiring as commanding officer of the Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment after nearly 40 years with the RCMP
Clark says she's meeting with women around the province because as premier she meets 'far more' with men.
Two massage parlors face suspension of business licences and six arrests have been made as RCMP continue push to stop prostitution.
BC Liberals are hosting a “Women’s Dialogue with Premier Christy Clark” Thursday in Chilliwack.
Some residents in rural Chilliwack are hopping mad about changes to their mailboxes that Canada Post is demanding in the dead of winter.
Fate of the FVRD's aggregate pilot program up in the air as BC Stone, Sand & Gravel Association formally withdraws from talks.
Neither candidate vying for the NDP nomination in Chilliwack will be able to for themselves — because neither lives in the riding.
But Chilliwack RCMP investigators say no foul play is suspected.
Fire officials remind the public to wet cigarette butts and discard all smoking materials in deep, non-combustible ashtrays
MacAhonic says she won't fight to keep her job as executive director at the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce if she wins the nomination.
A Chilliwack woman fighting breast cancer has been cut off unemployment insurance benefits before her medical treatment is over.
Police and coroner's office investigating body found by fishing guide near the mouth of the Harrison River Monday.
If Patti MacAhonic wins NDP nomination, she’ll have to resign as executive director of the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce
Chilliwack university student speaks out for victims of Peruvian massacre
Few details released as Chilliwack RCMP try to identify body pulled from the Fraser River Monday.
Patti MacAhonic, Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce executive director, to announce her bid for nomination in the Chilliwack riding Monday.