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The second draft of the PlanCultus document has been reviewed by the public. Survey results are being compiled.
The Vision Tree Cruise-In takes place this Saturday, where vintage vehicles gather to send kids to camp.
Akon will perform at Evergreen Hall on September 19 to promote the long-awaited release of 'Stadium', a five-album, five-genre project.
The community is taking action to help the Chilliwack food bank, which is struggling this summer due to increased demand.
While the weekend has come to a close, Atkins and others at the Chilliwack Airport are already thinking about next year.
Produce Gone Wild has opened up in Chilliwack, providing fresh, affordable B.C. produce in a cool, modern facility.
Murray Honda and Staples Chilliwack team up to provide local students with a year's worth of supplies to help them succeed in school.
There is a desperate need for donations at the Chilliwack food bank as the shelves which hold essential items have emptied.
The popular airshow, which features some of the finest aerobatic pilots in the business, kicks off Saturday night.
Explore Chilliwack series - Island 22 Park has it all. Equestrian facilities, a boat launch, a bike skills area and an off-leash dog park.
Heritage Village long-term care facility thanks the Rotary Club of Chilliwack for their generosity
Chilliwack athlete Joanne Bunnin returns from the Special Olympic games with 3 gold medals in powerlifting.
Acclaimed country artist Bobby Wills will be joined by Danielle Marie this Friday to kick off the 143rd annual Chilliwack Fair.
UFV radio station CIVL-FM has received funding to bring their "Fraser Valley Music Awards and Promotion Initiative" to reality.
Elly Van Oenen uses recycled fabric to create more than 100 quilts per year and donate them to Ukranians in need.
"I think we can do a better job at teaching history, and that we can make it more interesting," says volunteer re-enactor, Rick Herfst.
Breastmilk is in high-demand and short supply in Fraser East, according to BC Women’s Milk Bank.
First in a series - Sardis Park visitors stock up on local goods at the weekly Eco Market.
Neil Stad has moved Nuggets Used Books to a new building on Wellington St with additional room for books and parking
Join FVRD planners July 18 and 25 to provide feedback on the latest plan to guide future development at Cultus Lake Park.