Kids from all over Abbotsford are competing on the hardcourt this week in the annual Abbotsford Police citywide basketball tournament.
A man’s been charged in a child porn investigation in East Abbotsford.
Fraser Health says there is no need for other students to worry after a kindergarten student in Surrey died of meningitis this past weekend.
Medical Health Officer Dr Michelle Murti says the five year old girl, who attended Sullivan Elementary School, contracted a non-meningococcal form of the illness.
(The Canadian Press) Canada Post is saying goodbye to the door-to-door postman.
Here’s a list of the winners from last nights show.
Abbotsford Council gave first reading to a bylaw amendment that would permit harm reduction programs like needle exchanges to operate in the city.
It was a mixed bag of opinions at last night’s public hearing for Abbotsford’s bylaw banning licenced marijuana grow operations from setting up in the City.
(Press Release from AbbyPD) Last year the Abbotsford Police Department sent out a Christmas Holiday Card that generated a fair amount of attention. Some of those cards were sent to people who had committed criminal offences; and asked them if they had been “naughty or nice”. The point was to ask them to make a different choice with their life. Although the vast majority of feedback we received was in support of the Operation Resolution greeting card, there were a few critics. The primary point of contention was the heavily armed Santa on the front, portrayed by Chief Bob Rich. This year we would like to emphasize that “even Santa makes mistakes”.