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Four Alberni District Secondary School grads made it on the school's Athletic Wall of Fame for their achievements in sport.
The annual program provides a $250 rebate when a new wood-burning, pellet or natural gas stove is purchased to replace an older model.
The longest running high school basketball tournament in the province begins this weekend at ADSS.
Gerald Fagan, 78, was given two years' probation with conditions on Dec. 29.
In June Port Alberni was the site for a mock magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami that tested elements of a new B.C. response plan.
The Port Alberni centre hopes to meet their goal of $20,000 through donations by Dec. 31.
In November of 2016, heavy rainfall in the Alberni Valley caused high river levels and flooding for the Tseshaht First Nation
In January, 16 senior basketball teams will take to the courts to play for top spot.
Ribbon with "falling boundary" written on it was tied around trees at Cathedral Grove that BC Timber Sales had nothing to do with.
The Bread of Life Centre, Port Alberni Shelter Society and the Ty Watson House are all offering those in need a hot meal this Christmas.
Pictures of past contestants from the Zattzoo Project's Youth Battle of the Bands have been made into decorations for a holiday display.
Artist Sharelle Dawson features for the first time her watercolour and ink artwork at the Burde Street coffee shop.
Grade 10 Alberni District Secondary School students display their art at the Vancouver Island Regional Library.
A third-party consulting group has made several suggestions for Cantimber to complete before beginning operations.
On Friday, Dec. 9, a home on Gibson Road caught fire and the family is now facing the difficult task of finding a new rental unit.
Jack is the first indigenous person representing a First Nation to be elected as board chair of a regional district in B.C.
Dabbling in several different mediums throughout his life, Wright, now, predominantly creates his works with acrylic paint.
a Port Alberni man charged with manslaughter in the death of his two-month-old daughter has been released from custody on a $7,500 bail
At a Dec.1 Sproat Lake residents meeting, a panel from Emergency Management BC gave advice on applying for disaster financial aid.
Although the City of Port Alberni will be supporting the search, CAO Tim Pley said the position won’t be filled by city personnel.