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Port Moody fire hall approved

After months of debate at Port Moody city hall and a very public spat with the city's firefighters union, Port Moody city council narrowly voted Tuesday to build a new $11-million Port Moody Fire Department headquarters close to its present site.

Business owner wants Evergreen compensation

When Hong Lee learned in 2007 that the Evergreen Line alignment ran right through the property where his business is located, he knew it was only a matter of time before he had to move.

History is on track in Moody

The Port Moody Station Museum is inviting residents to celebrate a milestone in the city's history with a party and a trip back into time.

More cash for SD43

School District 43 will be ending the 2010/'11 school year with a little more money in the bank than expected.

Metro Ford offers summer fuel-saving tips

In B.C. as the temperature begins to rise so too does the price at the pump.

Coquitlam teachers support strike action

Coquitlam teachers joined colleagues across the province in voting 90% in favour of strike action to back contract demands.

Appeal dismissed in PoMo sex assault

A Supreme Court of British Columbia judge dismissed an appeal by a Port Moody man convicted of sexually assaulting two women while working as an unlicensed massage therapist.

Water wasters face fines

Port Coquitlam residents who contravene the city's water shortage response plan this summer could face hundreds of dollars in fines, depending on the severity of the offence.

Mayor 'serves' citizens at pub

Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart will be pouring beers and mixing cocktails tomorrow (Thursday) at the John B Neighbourhood Pub as part of an effort to raise money for the Coquitlam Public Library's bookmobile.

Canada Day events

You don't have to go far to celebrate Canada Day in the Tri-Cities.