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Food cart opportunity may be dog-gone this summer

The dog days of summer have yet to hit the Tri-Cities and, for one Port Moody business, they might not come until next year.

Search still on for PM manager

Port Moody city clerk Colleen Rohde will take over as acting city manager next week as the city continues its search for a suitable replacement for Gaetan Royer.

Coquitlam RCMP seek assistance in identifying suspect

The Coquitlam RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a suspect they allege cashed a fraudulent cheque at a local MoneyMart in June.

Work is still on at Colony Farm

A late bird nesting season will not hamper work on a fish habitat restoration project that began on Colony Farm last week, according to a Metro Vancouver parks official.

Back to school for trash

With September rapidly approaching, the city of Port Coquitlam is looking at ways to encourage more schools to participate in the municipality's green waste collection program.

White Spot raises funds for charity with Pirate Pack Aug. 17

Back by popular demand, White Spot's special edition 'Adult Pirate Paks' are sailing onto tables August 17 to once again raise money for Zajac Ranch for Children.

For some, homelessness is never far away

For many families, an unexpected emergency or a lost job can be difficult, but manageable, at least in the short term. For some, however, the margin for unforeseen circumstances is slimmer and homelessness is a constant possibility.

Prolific offenders arrested in Coquitlam

Two men are in jail and some stolen property has been recovered after the Coquitlam RCMP's Prolific Target Team caught the pair allegedly robbing a home on Winslow Avenue Wednesday afternoon.

Mild earthquake hits Tri-Cities

Residents of the Tri-Cities may have felt a mild tremor Thursday night after a 3.3 quake was recorded by the U.S. National Earthquake Information Centre. The epicenter was located near Golden Ears Park and occured at around 10:02 p.m. More to come...

Banner day in Port Moody

Port Moody is asking artistically inclined residents young and old to help put a new face on the city next year. From now until Oct. 21, city hall is soliciting street banner designs on the theme "Faces of Port Moody.
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