Kelvin Gawley

Abby News Week in Review — May 26

The top stories of the week

UPDATE: One dead, two in hospital after Highway 1 crash near Bridal Falls

Closure expected to last hours, while drivers are told to take detours

Police investigating early morning stabbing on McCallum Road

Man was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries

Evacuation alert rescinded for Glen Valley

City of Abbotsford says flood risk has dropped

‘Why not Abbotsford’: Mayor working to see pro hockey return to city

Henry Braun says he has tried continuously to bring a team back to the Abbotsford Centre

Man airlifted to hospital following mushroom farm stabbing

Abbotsford Police speaking with two men from the scene

Cougar prowling east Abbotsford likely to be destroyed

Conservation officers have received several reports in the last week

Evacuation alert issued for Glen Valley in Abbotsford

Rising waters could threaten homes, roads and trails

Tenant’s son assaulted landlord who later brandished a firearm, Abbotsford Police say

Both men facing charges following dispute over rent payment

Abbotsford Police arrest man who allegedly broke into apartment, scared woman

Thomas Pappas, 53, charged with breaking and entering

Teen takes bait car in downtown Abbotsford

19-year-old arrested, charged with theft, posession and breach

69-year-old skydiver with Alzheimer’s wants to inspire others

Barb Raper lives life to the fullest, despite effects of brain disease

New chain restaurants coming to downtown Abbotsford

Noodlebox and Meat & Bread opening soon

B.C. cop investigated for stuffing cash in sock

Local police have asked RCMP to investigate

Knife-wielding man pepper sprayed, shot with plastic bullets in police takedown

36-year-old man in custody, facing charges

Dead woman found outdoors in downtown Abbotsford

45-year-old’s death not believed to be suspicious

Man broke into home, frightened woman in bed, police say

Abbotsford Police looking for suspect

Violence-prevention training helps care aides stay safe

Continuing care workers learnt to de-escalate when patients are in distress

You may be more qualified for your next job than you think

Black Press Extreme Education and Career fair is on April 26

Redevelopment threatens to evict young people from ‘intentional community’

Abbotsford’s Atangard residents are more than just roommates, they’re family