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Suspect in Port Moody assault, carjacking identified, facing multiple charges

A Coquitlam man accused of assaulting a Heritage Mountain homeowner and then carjacking a woman's vehicle to evade police on Tuesday has now been charged with sexual assault and break and enter.

Charge against driver connected to fatal pedestrian collision on Como Lake Avenue

The driver involved in a crash on Como Lake Avenue on Dec. 8 that killed a pedestrian has been charged with refusing to provide a breath sample.

Coquitlam hands out casino cash to community groups

More than $260,000 in grants have been awarded to non-profits and community groups thanks to the 2014 Spirit of Coquitlam grant program, which is funded by the city's share of gaming income at the Hard Rock Casino Vancouver.

School District 43 plows some strike savings into deficit, SOFI report shows

An abrupt end to the school year in June because of teachers' job action and a series of rotating strikes in the weeks previous enabled the district to save money and put a small down payment on its debt.

Weather delays Coquitlam's dry-floor opening to new year

Bad weather has delayed construction of Coquitlam's new Poirier Dry Floor Facility, a $3.9-million project that was expected to be completed earlier this month.

Bedrock gets OK from city of Coquitlam

Pipeline Road residents are frustrated with a city decision to allow a stone-cutting business to continue operating next to the Coquitlam River despite the fact the company has not been in compliance with land use regulations for years.

Capital projects on a priority list for Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam home and business owners will likely benefit from a stripped-down city budget next year. On Monday, members of the city's finance and intergovernmental committee (FIG) voted on 39 capital projects proposed for 2015.

UPDATE: Man in custody after Port Moody assault, carjacking in Coquitlam

A 31-year-old Coquitlam man is in custody after allegedly assaulting a man in a Heritage Mountain home Tuesday morning.

Departed secretary treasurer on payroll until end of June, SOFI report shows

A former School District 43 secretary treasurer who resigned in January 2013 - not long after a multi-million-dollar deficit was revealed - was still on the district payroll until the end of June this year, more than 18 months after his departure.

SCHOOL DISTRICT 43: Trustees got a 5% pay hike in January, SOFI report shows

The new chair of School District 43 doesn't think trustees will be getting a large bump in wages next year after a hike in January of this year boosted their salary by 5%.