Andrea DeMeer

Princeton RCMP stop men intent on jumping off bridge

Princeton RCMP investigating a trespassing complaint arrived in time to stop two men intent on jumping off a bridge.

Parks, camping and buildings will open in Princeton June 1

The first day of June will be a big deal for Princeton.

After living with horrible pain for nearly a year, Coalmont woman anticipates surgery

A Coalmont woman is waiting anxiously for the phone to ring.

Princeton is getting back to business

Princeton, along with the rest of British Columbia, is getting back to business carefully.

Pandemic orders sparking more landlord-tenant disputes, says Princeton RCMP

Princeton RCMP are fielding an increasing number of calls about landlord and tenant disputes.

Bears making themselves at home in Princeton town limits

Princeton residents have reported eight bear sightings within town limits in the past three weeks, according to WildSafe B.C.'s Wildlife Alert Reporting Program (WRAP.)

Princeton man foiled by federal gun ban

'No one needs a Lamborghini either, but people still want them'

Drivers in Princeton complain about traffic stops during pandemic

The long arm of the law is apparently too short for some people

Princeton delivers cash – and love – to pizza shop hit by vandalism

Community raises $1,300 in one day to help owner

Princeton man faces charges after RCMP flag pole destroyed by car

A 48-year-old Princeton man is facing charges following an incident in the early hours of May 1 that destroyed the flag pole at the RCMP detachment on Highway 3.

Elderly woman seriously injured in Highway 3 crash near Princeton

Charges are pending against a 33-year-old Chilliwack man following a two-vehicle collision Saturday, April 25, on Highway 3 west of Princeton, according to RCMP Sgt. Rob Hughes.

Princeton RCMP investigate ‘string’ of offenses – determine they are knot crimes

Princeton RCMP have investigated a "string" of offenses related to recent trail incidents and determined they are knot crimes.

Princeton RCMP track down border crosser under Quarantine Act

A man who crossed the Canada-U.S. border at Blaine, Wash., was intercepted by Princeton RCMP on the weekend under the Quarantine Act.

Family farms provide security during pandemic food crisis

Margaret Demianiuk only needs to go to the grocery store about once every three weeks - and that's usually just a milk run.

Landslide closes Princeton Summerland Road

Section of KVR trail also destroyed

Princeton Summerland Road re-opens after landslide

Section of KVR trail is destroyed

Princeton faces pandemic in solid financial shape

The municipality is not considering layoffs as this time

Princeton faces pandemic in solid financial shape

The municipality is not considering layoffs as this time

Princeton Traditional Music Festival cancelled for 2020

Princeton's Traditional Musical Festival, held each year in August, has been cancelled for 2020 because of COVID-19.