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Police need help finding missing teen

Coquitlam RCMP are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 16-year-old boy. Tryston Colinn was reported missing on Wednesday and was last heard from on Dec. 27; he has a medical condition that requires medications.

PoMo man to be sentenced for kidnapping ex-wife

A Port Moody man who recently served two years in prison for criminally harassing his ex-wife will soon be sentenced on 10 new charges, this time for kidnapping and assault.

UPDATED: Man missing from Riverview found

The Coquitlam RCMP said they have found Michael Louis Andrews, a 55-year-old Riverview patient who went missing from the grounds last week.

Port Moody kicks off 100 years with a splash

Hundreds of brave souls donned crazy costumes and bathing suits to take a dip in Burrard Inlet on Tuesday for Port Moody's annual Penguin Plunge. The event was held as part of the city's kick off to its centennial celebrations.

Chip your tree and support a cause

The holiday season is over and now is the time to take the tinsel and decorations off the Christmas tree and haul it out for chipping.

Revel in the chilly waters of Port Moody inlet on Jan. 1

Start off the New Year Tuesday, Jan. 1 in the frigid waters of Port Moody inlet. But don't forget to wear your top hat. This year, PoMo's centennial is the theme for the annual Penguin Plunge slated for Jan. 1 at Rocky Point Park.

YEAR IN REVIEW: No shortage of big stories in Coquitlam in 2012

Here's our picks for top stories of 2012: PLEHANOV ACQUITTED Among the top court stories in 2012 was the acquittal in November of Aleksandr Plehanov, a former School District 43 substitute teacher who was accused of sexual assault. Judge David St.

Coquitlam school district faces tough financial times

School District 43 is facing budget woes at the same time it's looking for a new money manager and is girding its loins for a year of belt-tightening.

Rate the Coquitlam cops

Coquitlam RCMP is using Twitter and a cheeky question to get more people to answer its annual online community survey.

Port Coquitlam installs water leak detection system

Residents in north east Port Coquitlam will get the first crack at a new leak detection system that will keep water mains in good repair. The City of Port Coquitlam will be testing water mains and services from Jan.