Erin Haluschak

One last blast of winter tonight for the Valley before temperatures on the rise

A snowfall warning is in effect Friday including east Vancouver Island.

Courtenay machete attack victim released from hospital

Bob Plumb released from hospital just prior to Christmas and is recovering at home

Cumberland Museum receives national award

Museum recognized for the Governor General's History Award for excellence in community programming

Baynes Sound Connector ferry avoids crossing paths with drifting oyster rafts

A visual estimate at the time suggests it was more than a kilometer away from the vessel.

Prepare for snow, cold temperatures as wintery blast set to hit the Comox Valley

A special weather statement has been issued for the Comox Valley.

Bursary to honour inspirational Vanier student

Megan Dalziel exemplified what it meant to be an inspiration to others.

Crime novels, self-improvement books top list for readers in the Valley in 2019

Detective/crime fiction author Michael Connelly made the list twice.

Salvation Army falls short of Christmas campaign goal

"We always have a positive outlook, so things might come in a different way."

One person dead following late-night crash in the Comox Valley

The incident happened on the Comox Valley Parkway near the Comox Logging Road.

Employee credited with saving building following fire at Comox Valley resort

The New Year's Day fire affected the spa building at the Kingfisher Oceanside Resort and Spa

New year, new show at the Pearl Ellis Gallery

The Pearl Ellis Gallery starts the new year with Selections by J.F. Janzen.

The Comox Valley’s New Year’s baby arrives to welcome 2020

The couple's first baby was expected to arrive Dec. 31.

2019 Comox Valley Year in Review : May

Coffee shop closure; youth striking downtown

2019 Comox Valley Year in Review: June

Silenced busker; shots fired

2019 Comox Valley Year in Review: April

Record lows; The Junction opening

Lake Trail students receive donated snowboard gear

Christmas came early for some students at Lake Trail Middle School, thanks to Patrick Kitto

Mount Washington sets opening day

Mountain operations will begin Friday, Dec. 20 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Grade 4 Valley student proves pink is powerful for cancer fundraiser

Drake Lacasse truly embraced the holiday spirit last week with a gift to the Canadian Cancer Society

Highway 19A in Fanny Bay closed following motor vehicle crash

According to the Comox Valley RCMP, the highway will be closed for at least five hours.