Greg Knill

Chilliwack firefighters douse Yarrow shed fire

No one injured in the Tuesday afternoon blaze

Chilliwack sets new heat record for August

Day 4 of the fourth heatwave of the season, and 30th days with no rain

Chilliwack’s Island 22 opens early as sockeye season returns

After a closure last year, local fishers are looking forward to a big run

More action for homeless in Chilliwack

Another 46-unit project a welcome annoucement for the city

EDITORIAL: Leisurely floats can turn deadly on Lower Mainland waters

Chilliwack's lakes and rivers offer a great place to cool off, but their beauty belies their danger

RCMP update shows complications of policing in Chilliwack

Partnerships the key moving forward, city's top cop says

Hot weather returning to Chilliwack

Temperatures expected to climb into the low 30s starting Sunday

Bold vision for Chilliwack’s downtown a step closer to reality

But bricks and mortar can only take a plan so far without community support

Change is coming for Chilliwack city council

With two councillors running for mayor, and another not seeking re-election, what will council look like after the municipal election?

Summer school

Elected officials in Chilliwack need to hit the books this some and make the case for school expansion

Chilliwack aims high in school funding request

School district says the money is badly needed to accommodate students currently housed in 93 portable classrooms

Waiting for the next shell casing to fall

Police assurances that 'the public is not at risk' provides little comfort

Pipeline reboot?

Chilliwack should make clear its concerns for its aquifer with the pipeline's new owners

RCMP renew call for info on girl who went missing 35 years ago

Plea sparked by National Missing Child Day

A true team win

The recent RCB Cup will leave Chilliwack cheering for a while

Complacency is never the right response

Opioid drug use might be more common, but we should never let the tragedy of addiction become commonplace.

Anger and obfuscation cloud pipeline issues in Chilliwack

We can't pretend there aren't already oil tankers in the Salish Sea

Reality of secondary suites

Secondary suites aren't going away, so it's appropriate that the City of Chilliwack is looking at ways to manage them.

Humboldt tragedy cuts to the core

So many dreams died on that bus; so many more irreparably altered.