March 1 Organizers of the Taboo Naughty But Nice Show announced the sex trade show would return after all. Organizers cancelled the sex show in February, citing restrictive liquor laws and flack from the fundamentalist Christian community.
March 6 Abbotsford and Mission teachers hit the streets March 5 huddled under umbrellas in the pouring rain to hand out leaflets outside of schools for the start of the BCTF's three-day strike.
March 8 Seventy-five folks from youth agencies around Abbotsford showed up to lend their support for a Fraser Valley Community Action Team rally this week to bring awareness and services to youth who are sexually exploited.
March 13 Mignon Tsai, 12, from Chief Dan George Middle School was handed a $5,000 cheque after she won the Postmedia Canspell Regional Spelling Bee in Vancouver.
March 15 Craig Bruce Challenger of Abbotsford and Taylor Raymond Mears are each charged with one count of production of drugs, following a fatal shooting sparked by a "grow rip" on March 9.
March 20 A fire tore through one of Rossdown Farms poultry barns on Bradner Road just after 9 p.m. March 18, killing about 18,000 chickens, or broilers.
March 22 An Abbotsford Police investigation into a head-on crash involving an RCMP cruiser that killed a young father-to-be from Mission has found the officer involved had crossed into the oncoming lane. Steve Genberg, 20, died six days after the tragic crash that took place on July 12, 2011 in Agassiz.
March 27 Abbotsford Police were on the hunt for a pit bull and its owner after a 19-month-old girl was bit on the face at a school playground area at Jackson Elementary.
March 29 An Abbotsford pedestrian has died and a cyclist is in hospital in serious condition following two separate traffic incidents in a 14-hour period this week.