The Fraser Valley Cricket Club beat their opponents from West Vancouver 118-109 at the official opening of their new pitch at Bakerview Learning Centre on Saturday, but it was all the local players who were the actual winners.
You can't win them all, although Abbotsford's Nick Taylor has certainly tried this spring on the Vancouver Golf Tour.
Although wages for senior ministry staff soared as Premier Christy Clark introduced her new cabinet last week, Finance Minister Mike de Jong said with the pay scale restructuring, the overall staff budget is not increasing.
The Langley Regional Airport began its life out of a mixture of national pride, hope for the future, and Depression-era joblessness.
Party in the Park (PITP) hits downtown Chilliwack soon, and organizers can be sure there will be close attention paid to how much local entertainment is included.
Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford missed the cut in the 113th U.S. Open Golf Championship at Merion Golf Course in Ardmore, Pa., last weekend.
Trace your roots June 18, the Abbotsford Genealogy Society meets at the Clearbrook Library, 32320 George Ferguson Way, at 6 p.m., business meeting at 6: 30 p.m. Sharon Syrette shares stories of two prairie women. See www.abbygs.ca.
A Chilliwack man suspected of committing four armed robberies within 10 days in Abbotsford and Chilliwack was charged and scheduled to appear in court yesterday.
Re: Times, June 4 letters Excuse me for being ignorant but why is it so necessary to have an LGBTQ parade? I understand Santa Claus parades, Canada Day parades, even championship parades simply because it involves having fun as a community where everybody gets into the spirit of the moment.
I wonder what kind of dirty perverted mind would do this to fellow human beings. Is this the kind of people we want running our city?
As a former resident of Abbotsford, I am deeply ashamed of my hometown.
Editor, the Times: -- Re: Times, June 11 Mayor apologizes to homeless
There are a few things that Abbotsford has done that make me scratch my head.
As the owner of the Willows apartment building that burned down on May 17, 2013, and on behalf of the tenants, I would like to say a huge and heartfelt 'Thank You' to all of you.
Chicken 'dump-lings', pride parades, bureaucratic raises - wow, I arrived a couple of weeks late, didn't I?
Abbotsford Police have asked the police watchdog to oversee an investigation into whether APD officers destroyed and or pepper sprayed the tents of homeless people.
Although a six-barrel oil leak from Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline near Merritt may seem small, it's all relative, said a local pipeline activist.
Abbotsford citizens and police banded together to rescue four young women from a car that flipped into a water-filled ditch after a crash on Sumas Way early Sunday.
Abbotsford resident James Cunningham was hailed a hero and got teary hugs and hearty handshakes for saving a homeless man from a fire on Sunday night.