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Murdered youth's mother appears in court

The mother of Adam Williams-Dudoward, who was 13 when he was allegedly murdered in January 2000, appeared in Prince George provincial court for an arraignment on Wednesday. Judy Elaina Williams is next scheduled to appear in court in March 17.

Hit and run arrest

Prince George RCMP have arrested an 18-year-old male resident in regards to a pedestrian hit-and-run incident occurring at Fifth Avenue near Central Street on Feb. 27.

Federal gov't promises environmental review changes

The federal Conservative government indicated in its throne speech today it will be reducing red tape for the review of natural resources projects, which could have significant implications for projects in northern B.C. The B.C.

Man injured in front of Superstore

A 73-year-old Prince George man is in hospital after being hit by a vehicle right in front of Canadian Superstore located on Ferry Avenue and Highway 16 West. RCMP were called to the incident at 10:02 a.m.

IPG On The Move newsletter

On the Move is Initiatives Prince George Economic Development Corporation newsletter that offers readers regular updates on IPG programs and projects, as well as commentary on current economic issues relevant to Prince George and Northern B.C.

PGSO set to play Sunday serenade

Works by Mozart and Schubert will be on the card when the Prince George Symphony Orchestra performs the last of its Sunday Serenade Series this weekend. The show will centre on two pieces: - Mozart's "The Hunt," otherwise known as String Quartet No.

Central Fort George parent disputes school district prediction

A prediction that Central Fort George Traditional School's population will decline if left open is misguided, school board trustees were told during a public consultation meeting Tuesday.

Man injured in front of Superstore

A 73-year-old Prince George man is in hospital after being hit by a vehicle right in front of Canadian Superstore located on Ferry Avenue and Highway 16 West. RCMP were called to the incident at 10:02 a.m.

Province's budget indicates hope for school district

Cautioning that he's waiting for further detail to come out in the weeks to follow, Prince George school board trustee Lyn Hall saw glimmers of hope Tuesday in the provincial government's budget as the district struggles to tackle a multi-million-dol

February was a warm one

The city enjoyed an unusually mild and low-snow February, according to Environment Canada meteorologist Jim Steele. The average daily high was 1.1 C, well above the normal of 0.8 C.