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Family steps up to help others in crisis

On the morning after his wife was struck and killed by an alleged hit-and-run driver, Dan Reaveley was left with four young kids and a burning question: "What's next?" Kaeden, 11, Rebecca, seven, Alicia, four, and two-year-old Tristan would need grie

City gets ready to sell 30 acres on Burke Mountain

A large swath of land in an undeveloped part of northeast Coquitlam could look dramatically different in the coming year as the city prepares to sell off more than 30 acres.

One admits to rioting

A Coquitlam resident is one of 37 people that turned themselves in to police following the Stanley Cup riot in downtown Vancouver last month.

Council wants washrooms at Evergreen Line stations

Washrooms on the new Evergreen Line should be open to all riders, at any time.

Retroactive garbage pay angers PoCo residents

A city of Port Coquitlam decision to charge residents retroactively for garbage fees the municipality failed to collect has upset a group of homeowners at a 25-unit townhouse complex.

On the offensive against West Nile

Mosquitos may be swarming in the Fraser Valley but there's little chance the dreaded West Nile Virus will be creeping into the Lower Mainland this year.

Parking squeeze for Onni

Real estate developer Onni has been granted a bylaw reprieve from the city of Port Moody after hitting a potentially disastrous roadblock to the construction of its The Residences tower at Suter Brook Village.

Metro, Coquitlam come to terms

It wasn't easy but it's done. Coquitlam council's battle to bring checks and balances to the region's new growth strategy ended this week when it agreed to terms that were being disputed in a resolution process with Metro Vancouver.

Firefighters' flapjacks raise money

Port Moody firefighters raised a record $18,000 at this year's annual pancake breakfast for charity.

City bans crossbow hunting within municipal limits

The city of Port Coquitlam is taking steps to prohibit the discharge of crossbows within the municipality after two bears were wounded by the weapons in the Tri-Cities last month.