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CSAR needs cash for rescue plan to fly

Coquitlam Search and Rescue is hoping to add a new weapon to its emergency response arsenal.

Coquitlam construction industry to talk trash

Metro Vancouver is hosting a sustainability dialogue Tuesday, May 17 at the Executive Plaza Hotel and Conference Centre, 405 North Road, Coquitlam. Panelists will speak on innovative solutions that might be found to reduce the 1.

Moving trucks a focus of PMH1 project

It's hard to believe but work on the Port Mann/Highway 1 project is almost two thirds done and the new bridge and most of the road systems around it are supposed to be finished by December 2012.

Coquitlam man, 26, killed in collision with cement truck

A 26-year-old Coquitlam man is dead and police are calling for witnesses to come forward after a major crash Tuesday morning in New Westminster.

Another Evergreen delay?

The long-promised Evergreen Line may remain on ice for much of this year because TransLink has so far not even begun to prepare a financial supplement to fund its share.

New on-ramp alters highway access soon

Ramp access to the Lougheed Highway westbound from the Port Mann Bridge will be closed overnight, from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m., between April 29 and May 1.

Coquitlam driver pleads guilty in fatal crash

A Coquitlam man who was driving a car when it crashed, killing one passenger and injuring another, pleaded guilty this week to two charges. Spencer Brian Berg pleaded guilty to one count of driving with a blood-alcohol level over .

Gov't pay for 'puters - Gable

It shouldn't be just up to parents to fundraise for technology - the province also should buck up for laptop computers and network upgrades for 21st century learning - the chair of the District Parent Advisory Council told Tri-City school trustees Tu

Cariboo Collision celebrates 20 years in the Tri-Cities

Mark Stevens is the owner and operator of Cariboo Collision Auto Body Shop at 576A Lougheed Highway. Cariboo provides its clients services in all areas of the auto body business.

Kids, start writing Good Deed essays

Kids under the age of 18 still have time to participate in the Good Deed Awards.