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An early Sunday morning structure fire on Faber Road heavily damaged a house and sent one woman to hospital.
The Tri-Conic Challenge is slowly chipping away at the funding it needs over and above its $80,000 contribution from the Canada 150 Grant.
No changes are expected at the municipal level following changes to federal regulations on homegrown medical marijuana.
Officials say it won’t be a repeat of the last bridge project.
The Alberni Valley Stakeholders Initiative to End Homelessness is one step closer to funding their new coordinator.
Omega Pacific Hatchery says DFO needs to pay more attention to its salmon program.
Members of the Sproat Lake Volunteer Fire Department received some annual forest fire training last Tuesday.
Chilliwack's Dan Weatherby takes home the top 2016 prize with a 53-pounder.
A survey states that 41 per cent of homebuyers who bought a home in the Alberni Valley over the past 12 months have come from out of town.
It was another successful summer this year at Sproat Lake according to Sproat Lake Marine Patrol leadhand.
The project is still on schedule to be completed by the end of October.
A new forest fire broke out on Tuesday afternoon near the Robertson Creek Fish Hatchery, according to the Coastal Fire Centre.
Two women were sent to hospital on Sunday night after a collision just west of the Alberni Summit.
Last week's hot weather was a record high for this time of year at the Port Alberni airport weather station.
Sunday (Aug. 21) night’s thunderstorm caused a wildfire to break out near Taylor Arm Park.
Over 3,000 spectators came by to take in Thunder in the Valley’s inaugural run down Stamp Avenue earlier this month.
The Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce and nearby residents are fed up with the dangerous parking situation at Cathedral Grove.
Two Vancouver Island men who posted up a video of themselves feeding black bears near Kennedy on Hwy. 4 have been fined $345 each.
Investigations are underway for a human-caused fire six kilometres up the Comox Main
The sale went through on July 18 after over a year of debate.