Erin Haluschak

Vehicle crashes into ground floor of Comox retirement building Saturday

A driver narrowly avoided injury to herself or others as her vehicle collided head-on into the first floor of the Berwick Comox Valley Saturday morning.

WATCH: Teams gather in Comox for VEX competition

More than 40 teams across Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland gathered Saturday at Highland Secondary School in Comox for an annual robotics tournament.

New space, new ideas, new location served up at Pizzeria Guerrilla

When Jason Uglanica got the keys to what was soon going to be Pizzeria Guerrilla on Fifth Street, he wanted to get a better perspective of the space.

Valley company reaching out to women near and far

Three Comox Valley business women know firsthand what good menstrual products can do and that for some women, it can even be life-changing.

Portables arrive for students on Hornby Island

Four portable classrooms have officially arrived on Hornby Island this week in preparation for students who lost their school due to fire last year.

Portables arrive for students on Hornby Island

Five portable classrooms have officially arrived on Hornby Island this week in preparation for students who lost their school due to fire last year.

Cable ferry sails through rare slush in Baynes Sound

While it didn't cause delays in service, the snowstorm that impacted the Comox Valley last week did create an unusual (and rare) dilemma for BC Ferries - slush.

Frustrated Mariner Apartments residents find few answers in community meeting

Tensions were high Monday evening for frustrated renters of Mariner Apartments in Comox as promises of answers and money fell through.

Syrian family set to arrive in the Valley this spring

The Comox Valley will soon be home for a family looking to start a new life in Canada.

Salvation Army comes up short on fundraising campaign

Despite three different ways to donate throughout the holiday season, the Salvation Army Comox Valley came up short of their fundraising goal.

Comox council turning to public for feedback on possible dog parks

Comox council has decided to keep an interim measure in place in response to off-leash dogs in the Northeast Woods following a proposal of two possible dog parks within the Town at Wednesday's committee of the whole meeting.

Comox residents ask council to regulate short term vacation rentals

More than half a dozen letters submitted to Comox council from a variety of residents are asking the Town to define and regulate short term vacation rentals.

Plastic bag ban proposal presented to Comox council

Two Comox Valley nurses are hoping the area will follow the lead of other Island municipalities and ban single-use plastic bags.

Comox council to consider dog park options at Wednesday meeting

Two parks have been proposed as possible locations for a dog park within the Town of Comox.

Valley drone operator pleased with new federal regulations

A commercial Comox Valley drone operator says he is happy with the new federal drone regulations announced Wednesday and hopes the rules will help educate the public about drone use.

Valley-filmed mini-series set to air Jan. 9

A CBC mini-series which spent more than a week shooting in two locations in the Comox Valley is set to hit airwaves next week.

Comox Valley Record Year In Review: JUNE

Firefighters uninjured in accident; activist honoured

Comox Valley Record Year in Review: MAY

Man survives trestle fall; VI Fitness files for bankruptcy

Comox Valley Record Year In Review: APRIL

Valley man killed in Peru; St. Joseph's shines on small screen

Increase in humpback spotting comes with warning for boaters

A rare second chance is how Jackie Hildering sees the growing number of humpback whales sighted recently around British Columbia waters, and in the Comox/Campbell River area.