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More room for moo at Rocky Point

Rocky Point Ice Cream will be expanding its shop in Rocky Point Park after council agreed to issue the building and development variance permits. The existing pool building at 2804 Murray St.

RCMP seeks information on former Port Coquitlam teacher

A former Port Coquitlam teacher who pleaded guilty to sexually exploiting two young people is now the subject of an RCMP investigation.

Coquitlam district schools start to embrace Twitter

School District 43 is dipping its toe in social media with online tools such as Twitter and the result could be closer ties between parents, the community and schools.

Casting call for The Bullying Games

A play about students' bullying experiences and produced by Terry Fox leadership students and director Mandy Tulloch is about to launch into the next phase of production.

Large industrial properties become special study areas for redevelopment

Large swaths of industrial property in Port Moody will now be designated as special study areas (SSAs) in the official community plan, opening the door to discussions on the future development of the Suncor (formerly Petro Canada), Mill and Timber sa

PoCo man facing charges in connection with ID theft ring

A 43-year-old Port Coquitlam man is facing several charges after Coquitlam RCMP busted an identity theft ring. On Jan.

Watch for weekend PMH1 traffic changes

Drivers can expect some detours at the United Boulevard and Mary Hill Bypass intersection this weekend and next as part of the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project.

Follow PoMo's Tracks in Time

Port Moody's history is being celebrated with a coffee-table book called Tracks in Time: Port Moody's First 100 Years, which depicts life in the budding rail town from 1880 to 1980.

Tributes to search and rescue volunteer pour in

Coquitlam Search and Rescue is mourning the loss of a friend and colleague who was walking his dog in Anmore last week when he was hit and killed by a truck.

Learn leadership at PMPD youth academy

The Port Moody Police and the Port Moody branch of Rotary International are offering a free spring break youth leadership academy from March 18 to 22.
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