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Canyon Carpets and Jay's Appliances and Repair were destroyed in a tragic fire, but Hope is moving forward in the aftermath.
Female Mounties alleging discrimination seek class-action suit against RCMP
A bear that was thought to have been relocated after being removed from a tree in a local park, was actually euthanized.
Help is still needed for relief efforts in Cache Creek. Crowdfunding effort gathers momentum.
Waste-to-energy plant completes pollution control upgrade, but its costs are up and electricity sales are down
The City of Chilliwack earned bragging rights to the “best tasting tap water in B.C. on Thursday.
Aevitas Inc. and Custom Environmental Services Ltd. fined $87,000 for 100-litre PCB spill in Saskatoon in 2012.
A drop in enrolment at Chilliwack’s alternate middle school programs means the Shxwetetilthet Sto:lo school portables will be closing.
When the large boxes of B.C.-grown fruits and vegetables are dropped off at Chilliwack schools, there’s no telling what's inside.
First phase to add 75 mental health beds to hospital, create region's first geriatric psychiatry unit
Chilliwack RCMP confiscated heroin, cash, crack cocaine and a loaded firearm after a man barricaded himself in a home Wednesday.
Thirty-five residents pedalled through Chilliwack Wednesday morning as Bike to Work Week continues in the Fraser Valley.
About 30 people in Chilliwack took part in the worldwide March Against Monsanto protest on Saturday.
Former assistant to Transportation Minister Todd Stone says supervisor deleted emails from his computer after FOI request
Emterra Environmental opened its $5.25-million compressed natural gas fuelling station in Chilliwack on Thursday.
Video parody by Chilliwack's Book Man approaches 160,000 views.
Illegal soil dumping degrades farmland but politicians agree there are too few controls in place to stop it
Finance minister says B.C. will be cautious of consequences as it mulls options to restrain soaring home prices
Health Minister Terry Lake says he's concerned about medical research, limits on travel for B.C. residents
Four members of family killed in murder-suicide will be remembered at Bethel Mennonite church on Friday afternoon