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COQUITLAM: Stewart is back in, Macdonell is out

Mayor Richard Stewart will be at the helm of Coquitlam city council for another three years, with new councillors Craig Hodge and Terry O'Neill joining him at the table. With all 26 stations reporting in by 9:10 p.m.

Wanted woman sought by police

The Coquitlam RCMP has added a new name to its Wanted Project list. Stefani Anne Ferguson is wanted on outstanding warrants for credit card data fraud, personation, uttering forged documents, fraud and identity document fraud.

PORT MOODY: Clay is new Moody mayor

Port Moody's newest mayor is two-term councillor Mike Clay. Clay took a decisive lead early in the election and finished with 3,154 votes. Challengers Robert Simons won 2,019 votes with Katie Kickbush coming in last with 321 votes.

POCO: Three more years for Moore

Port Coquitlam Mayor Greg Moore will keep his job after decisively defeating challengers Patrick Alambets and William Issa during Saturday night's civic election.

Secure your online business banking, BBB advises

Better Business Bureau is advising business owners to protect their identity when using online banking.

Sater trial set to begin in 2013

A man accused of killing two woman and seriously injuring a man in a hit-and-run crash last winter in Coquitlam will have to wait more than a year before having his day in court. Cory Sater's trial is set to begin on Feb.

Port Moody mayor bows out

Step into the Port Moody mayor's office and the first thing Joe Trasolini will do is point out his wall of fame - the LivCom awards, the mementoes of trips to friendship cities in China, and a model tank from the police department, a cheeky nod to th

Fraser Health to Tweet on flu shots Monday

Local officials are using social media to get the message out about flu shots. On Monday, Nov. 21, Fraser Health's Chief Medical Health Officer Dr.

Battle of the bulges in central Coquitlam

Plans to narrow a major road in central Coquitlam with curb extensions is bumping some city councillors the wrong way.

Demand for flu shots steady even without H1N1 concerns

Tri-City residents are turning up for this year's flu shots at about the same rate as last year.
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