As a patient at Chilliwack General Hospital, Stanley Ross enjoyed spending time outside on the fourth-floor patio.
British Columbia's health-care system may see a "reconfiguration of services" and a change in priorities if the NDP takes control of provincial coffers in May.
With water to a jail cell fountain cut off, a thirsty Steven Kenneth Frederickson resorted to drinking out of a toilet in the hours after his arrest for the suspected murder of his roommate.
An eight-year-old Chilliwack girl is recovering at home after sustaining serious injuries in a pit-bull attack last week.
I wish to write this letter to acknowledge the excellence of the nurses and doctors of the Chilliwack General Hospital in the maternity ward in particular.
In the face of harsh criticism from NDP leader Adrian Dix and Chilliwack-Hope MLA Gwen O'Mahony about the government's recent $15 million advertising expenditures, Chilliwack MLA John Les is unapologetic.
A 54-year-old Chilliwack woman found unresponsive close to the CN tracks west of Broadway on Tuesday was transported to hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Retired city councillor Dorothy Kostrzewa died on Friday at the age of 84. The tributes to the beloved local personality poured out online and through social media over the weekend.
Chilliwack firefighters were kept busy Thursday with a pair of residential fires, including one that sent four seniors to hospital.
Citing a flawed police investigation, a Chilliwack judge has thrown out much of the Crown's evidence against a man charged with hitting a convenience store employee while driving drunk.
Austin Fenton-Bitz arrived a little early but, then again, he was a little late too.
For the second time in six years, Chilliwack's New Year's Baby was not born on Jan. 1.
AUGUST -- Aug. 2
A seven-year-old Chilliwack boy was called a hero and received praise for his quick thinking for saving his grandfather's life with a crucial 9-1-1 call.
JUNE -- June 5
Local family doctors' anger at the elimination of Chilliwack General Hospital's sub-acute/rehabilitation unit shows the need for a better relationship between physicians and health authorities, the president of the British Columbia Medical Association (BCMA) told the Times Thursday.
A forum on the intersection of religion and politics planned for next Monday has its roots in a town hall meeting last year during the run-up to the federal election, according to the event's organizer, Chilliwack-Hope MLA Gwen O'Mahony.
Anne Pecenka is blunt, forthright and unambiguous about her future. At 81, she knows exactly why she's been admitted to Chilliwack's Cascade Hospice Residence.
wo more men have been charged in connection with a violent home invasion in April.