Jennifer Feinberg

Food drive set for Saturday at Lions Club Hall

The Mt. Cheam Lions Club members will be accepting food bank donations from tables set up outside

City of Chilliwack launches Together Apart Grant

It's a small grant of $25 that rewards community ideas with big heart

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

COLUMN: Endless pallet fires are burning out volunteers on the Fraser River

Problem is these pallets are left stacked at the rear of businesses, ripe for the taking

Chilliwack reacts to news of stable homeless funding for four years

It's 'quite an accomplishment' to be one of six new cities in Canada to get this funding: Raddatz

Chilliwack mayor highlighting mental health awareness

'When I need to relax and de-stress, I turn to gardening,' Mayor Popove said in his statement

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

VIDEO: Steelhead smolts hit the river as spring stocking gets underway in Chilliwack

Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC releases trout smolts into the lower Chilliwack-Vedder River

Plans for ‘fish cannon’ to move salmon across the Big Bar landslide site on the Fraser River

Water levels rising now after months of drilling and blasting at the Big Bar site north of Lillooet

Fraser Valley harm reduction goes mobile to meet people where they’re at

People across the region can call in their order to PCRS or pick it up in Chilliwack

Virtual town hall hears from Chilliwack business community on COVID impacts

Hospitality industry and ornamental greenhouse growers among those hit very hard

Rain delayed completion of downtown Chilliwack road upgrade

Wellington Avenue however should be open to traffic by the end of the day Friday, April 24

Encouraging signs for greenhouses as people get busy gardening at home

Chilliwack greenhouse owner envisioned 'outright disaster' for 2020 but market demand is spiking now

Road work on Wellington Avenue should be finishing up this week

Wellington Avenue has been closed to traffic as part of the Five Corners intersection project

Free COVID-related counselling on offer from Chilliwack Community Services

'We're all dealing with big feelings in one form or another,' says Chilliwack Community Services rep (CCS)

Ann Davis Transition Society navigating impacts of COVID-19

ADTS raises awareness, funds in B.C. Prevention of Violence Against Women Week, April 12-18

City of Chilliwack asks residents to hold off on heading to the dump for now

Flaggers had to be brought in last weekend because of the big lineups and traffic jams

Survey asks how the federal COVID-19 support programs are working

They want to know who is falling through the cracks trying to access EI, CERB, or other benefits

Isolation centre running smoothly to separate those with mild symptoms

There have been five people in isolation since the centre opened in Chilliwack a week ago

‘Lights in the Valley’ will showcase community support to stave off the dark times

Lights will be going up across the Fraser Valley in a message of hope, support and community