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Disturbing inmate tactic blamed on gangs, crowding at B.C. prisons
Maverick, a Lab/Mastiff puppy, stolen Monday from his Chilliwack home, was spotted the next day and returned safe and sound.
Funding could be earmarked in next year's budget for a new Abbotsford-to-Chilliwack express bus route, Gaetz said.
Chilliwack fire officials are reminding the public to clean wood-burning appliances after fire broke out at Cultus Lake Saturday.
RCMP issue apology at Missing Women Inquiry into serial murder investigation
Investigation into the substation fire in Chilliwack is underway by BC Hydro but no word yet on possible causes.
Two Chilliwack farm families finished first and second at the annual BC and Yukon Outstanding Young Farmer awards
Gwen O'Mahony was elected Saturday over two nomination rivals to lead the NDP charge in the upcoming Chilliwack-Hope byelection.
Eleven schools in Chilliwack were closed Friday afternoon due to an ongoing power outage.
A major fire at an electrical substation in Chilliwack caused outages throughout the city.
The old Paramount Theatre building in downtown Chilliwack may not be able to escape the wrecking ball for too much longer.
An Energy Integration Planning Study for the Chilliwack Landing area was announced by City of Chilliwack.
Cable and Internet service were disrupted in Chilliwack Thursday, after a fire at a Yarrow mill damaged overhead lines.
A group of Chilliwack teachers pleaded to school trustees for more advocacy and support in the bargaining process.
Metro Vancouver directors fear an intensified attack on Agricultural Land Reserve
Eight more suspected Stanley Cup rioters have now been charged and one of them is from Chilliwack.
A court decision means City of Chilliwack will recover all of its costs after it terminated a golf course operator's lease last fall.
Chilliwack school board has directed the district to implement a feasibility study for early French immersion.
Charges of aggravated assault and assault with a weapon were laid against a 22-year-old Chilliwack man.
It didn’t take long for John Martin to be assigned duties in the BC Conservative’s shadow cabinet.