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They're wrestling hunger to the ground in Port Coquitlam

A handful of local wrestlers will don their costumes for a fierce fight in Port Coquitlam this weekend - but the real battle won't be against one another.

Port Coquitlam woman who pleaded for kidney dies

A Port Coquitlam woman whom the Tri-City News reported last May was in desperate need of a suitable kidney donation has passed away.

Call goes out for non-perishable food items for food bank

With the holiday season fast approaching, Share Family and Community Services is scrambling to make sure there is enough food stocked on the shelves to cover Christmas and the early January period when food donations typically slump Donations are slo

Coquitlam RCMP seeks witnesses to collision

The Coquitlam RCMP are looking for anyone that may have witnessed the collision at Clarke Road and Glenayre Drive on December 3. The incident took pace at around 9:30 p.m.

Port Moody teen launches toy drive for sick kids

As a child, Brooke Moriarity spent a lot of time at BC Children's Hospital to treat migraines, an affliction she inherited from both her parents that often caused her visual strain.

UPDATE: Port Moody council backs mayor for Metro Vancouver appointment

Port Moody council voted 6-1 to back Mayor Mike Clay for the city's Metro Vancouver board of directors appointment. The decision was made at a special council meeting on Thursday.

Arts night Wednesday at a Coquitlam high school

The future is bright for Metro Vancouver arts graduates. And next week, a Coquitlam high school known for its arts programs will show Grade 11 and 12 students in School District 43 how to be a part of the growing creative sector.

Tax cut or hike in Port Coquitlam? You can have a say

Port Coquitlam residents can soon have their say on what they want to see more - or less - of in next year's city budget.

Ground-breaking tomorrow for new seniors care facility in Coquitlam

B.C.'s only seniors care facility that offers services in French is getting a make over. Tomorrow, Friday, officials will be on site at 1010 Alderson Avenue in Coquitlam for a groundbreaking ceremony for a new $29 million facility.

Volunteers needed for Operation Red Nose

The first weekend of the safe ride service Operation Red Nose was a success, easily breaking last year's record fundraising totals. In 2013 volunteers gave 50 rides in the Tri-Cities on the first weekend, bringing in $2,661.