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Opponents blast PoCo tower plan

If a cell tower is built at Greenmount Park in Port Coquitlam, it would ruin the view and jeopardize the health and safety of nearby residents.

Construction plans aplenty in SD43

An as-yet unnamed middle school will have a bird's eye view of Port Moody from its perch atop Heritage Mountain as well as a green roof and other innovations tying its classrooms to the outdoors.

Broken hydrant unleashes geyser in Coquitlam

A geyser of water shot high into the air last Friday at the intersection of Guildford Way and Johnson Street in Coquitlam after a car sheared off a fire hydrant. The accident happened at around 7 p.m.

King Edward road changes due to road work

Drivers in south Coquitlam are being advised to take different routes early next month as King Edward Street will be shut to traffic for two days. The road closure will happen between Lougheed Highway and United Boulevard from 6 p.m.

Here's how to get cash

Community groups looking for help to secure funding from the city of Coquitlam for a project or activity can attend one of two workshops this month or next.

Fence considered for Coquitlam River Park

The Coquitlam River may soon have better protection for its wildlife and fish and their habitats.

Two men suffer injuries in Coquitlam car crash

Two men are in hospital after the driver of an Acura lost control of the vehicle and drove off the road along Cape Horn Avenue and Warrick Street Sunday night.

Suspect arrested in string of violent attacks on women

Local Mounties believe they've caught the man responsible for a string of violent robberies that terrorized women in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and North Vancouver on Thursday.

PM firefighters fire back over new hall

Port Moody firefighters are demanding the city's mayor and council reverse their decision to explore other alternatives for replacing the city's No.