Terry Farrell

EDITORIAL: Internet scammers abundant

In this era of technological advancement, and digital correspondence, there is never a shortage of scams floating around cyberspace.

Swan song for Comox Valley fish market

Portuguese Joe's closing after 52 years

Courtenay downtown core to experience planned power outage Wednesday night

There is a BC Hydro blackout scheduled for downtown Courtenay, beginning at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 25, with the power scheduled to be restored by 5:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 26.

Comox entrepreneur strikes a deal with a dragon

Lil Worker Safety Gear pitched on Dragons' Den

Mercer Report season premiere to feature MARS segment

Viewing party Tuesday evening at the Avalanche

Comox Valley family has close encounter with pod of orcas

Ken Heinrich and his daughters had an amazing close encounter experience with a pod of orcas Saturday evening off of Gartley Beach.

VIDEO: Quick-thinking drivers douse grass fire on Vancouver Island highway

Marie Beaton was driving along Hwy. 19 near Qualicum when she saw smoke billowing at Horne Lake exit

Clark resignation surprised Stilwell

Island's only Liberal MLA taken aback by announcement

Comox cook into MasterChef Canada semifinals

Thea VanHerwaarden has faced a lot of adversity in reaching the final three

Courtenay salon joins national movement to shink environmental footprint

Courtenay’s own Level 10 Eurospa has partnered with Green Circle Salons in an effort to help reduce the waste produced by the salon industry.

Ten-year-old artist learning stained glass technique

They’re starting younger all the time.

Campbell River squad ‘masters’ Snow To Surf

Third overall at 2017 Royal LePage Comox Valley Snow to Surf Adventure Relay Race

Tsunami wipes out competition in Comox Valley

2017 Royal LePage Comox Valley Snow to Surf Adventure Relay Race winners finish 15 minutes clear of second place

Barenaked Ladies added to Island MusicFest lineup

Iconic Canadian band to play Sunday evening

Ice dominate Wolves on the hardcourt

It took a quarter to get going, but the Mark Isfeld Ice got back to their winning ways, Tuesday night.

Commen-Terry: Help plan the future of our fitness facilities

The Comox Valley has outgrown its indoor recreation facilities.

Cold weather tests limits of emergency shelter

The prolonged cold weather system that has blanketed the West Coast shows…

As thermometer drops, fire risk rises

A temperatures outside dip, the necessity for added heat sources indoors rises.…

Coffee with Dianne Lineker

At some point in the past 15 years, chances are you have spoken with Dianne Lineker, if you live in the Comox Valley.