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Police officers from all over the Fraser Valley are training up for the annual Cops for Cancer ride.
It’s a week long trek starting September 25th with the goal of raising funds for programs supporting children and families who are dealing with cancer.
We are less than two weeks away from what should be the start of the school year, and we still have no idea whether or not classes will be in session.
Unlike their younger counterparts, post secondary students know where they will be in the first week of September.
Locally, the University of the Fraser Valley is gearing up for another big year.
Most of us have no doubt seen at least one video of someone dumping a bucket of ice water on their heads as part of an awareness campaign for Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
But dumping ice water on your head doesn’t necessarily equal more dollars donated to the cause. Or does it?
The federal Liberals are proposing to legalize marijuana and now the Conservatives are considering looser weed laws. Will all the pre-election discussions on pot get more people to the polls?
A despicable robbery in Abbotsford has police shaking their heads. Two women, one in her 80′s, were robbed in Mill Lake Park last night.
A bright streaking light over the lower mainland last night has generated plenty of excitement.
Last week we told you about some of the hurdles landlords may have dealing with a problem tenant.
But what about if you live near or next to one of those people that causes problems in the neighborhood?
Over the last few months Mission RCMP have had a bunch of complaints of a man on a dirtbike riding through streets at night causing disturbances.
A new organization calling themselves the Abbotsford First Electoral Society says they want to elect four to six council members during the fall municipal elections.