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Bridal Veil Falls slated for day-use reopening

Most area parks remain closed amid pandemic

Harrison Mayor: Roads, boat launch will reopen on May 15

Leo Facio urges continued caution as reopening timeline begins

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Injured eagle rescued in St'sailes community
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Sasquatch comes home amid COVID-19

RCMP dismantle alleged illegal drug operation in Chilliwack and Abbotsford

Seven-month investigation saw seizure of ‘a very substantial quantity of illegal drugs and firearms’ say police

Harrison council approves new parking fees, COVID-19 modifications

Council’s video recording system a success, meeting posted online

Local meetings slowly moving online due to COVID-19

COVID-19 highlights need for digital updates, public meetings

Be bear aware: Seven black bear sightings call in so far in one week

Though a rare sight in area, black bears are still potentially dangerous

Curtain barriers allow suspected COVID patients to share care-home rooms with others, Fraser Health says

Provincial and federal guidelines say symptomatic patients should get their own rooms, when possible

Three people injured after three motorcycle crashes in three hours in Abbotsford

Police urge motorcyclists and drivers to take care after trio of collisions on Thursday

Family, police confirm boyfriend of April Parisian, missing since early April, is dead

Searches and fundraising are ongoing to scour areas Parisian was known to frequent

April real estate sales in Chilliwack area lowest in well over a decade

Sales down more than 40 per cent, average sale prices stable

Individualized ceremonies, parades replace traditional ceremonies for Fraser Cascade 2020 grads

Students will graduate like no other class before them, as COVID-19 forces big changes to Grad 2020

Valley’s only critical-care ambulance being moved from Abbotsford to Vancouver

Paramedics’ union concerned that relocation could jeopardize patient safety

Google digitizes ‘Church at Yale’ and other works on Group of Seven’s 100th anniversary

May 7 is 100 years to the day the famed school of landscape painters held their first exhibit

Fraser Valley groups launch Donate and Design contest

Bandits, FVHCF and Memento Mori giving away two shoe designs in hospital fundraiser

Seabird Island ECD playground is closed to public, leaders stress

Seabird Island ECD director writes impassioned letter to community

Senior’s death prompt questions about scale of COVID-19 outbreak at Abbotsford care facility

Doctors told family Ervin Friedenstab died of COVID-19 contracted at Worthington Pavilion

Hope educator, school board trustee John Koopman passes away suddenly

Koopman’s death was sudden, says a friend. He dedicated his life to education in Fraser Cascade.

Stay home campaign is focused on Sto:lo caring for one another during the pandemic

The creative COVID campaign posters from Sto:lo Service Agency highlight both youth and elders