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Port Alberni air quality chair Sarah Thomas said she'd like more consistent monitoring at the facility.
The flood mitigation work recently completed at Dry Creek will give a boost to business along lower Third Avenue
Delays are continuing in the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District’s fight for an alternate way out of the Alberni Valley.
The City of Port Alberni has retained executive search firm Davies Park to recruit a new CAO for the city.
The Gertrude Street bridge is now open—but at almost half a million dollars, it’s costing taxpayers double the original price tag.
Vancouver’s heavy urban search and rescue team will come to the Alberni Valley for Exercise Coastal Response in June.
Patty Edwards took home the top honour of the night at the Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce awards on Friday night.
The City of Port Alberni opened the bridge to vehicle traffic as of late afternoon on April 25.
The Alberni Armada girls rugby team took home a win against D.W. Poppy Secondary School in a friendly match on the Lower Mainland last week.
The city will review the location and makeup of their public works yard following Exercise: Coastal Response in June.
Near record-breaking heat hit the Alberni Valley this week.
Preparations for Thunder in the Valley are going smoothly, according to Alberni Valley Drag Racing Association president Bill Surry.
Water levels at the City of Port Alberni's water sources are good for now, according to waterworks chargehand Amar Giri.
The sun is shining, the days are getting warmer and the hills around the Alberni Valley are blooming—but not all of that new growth.
Traffic issues and low water pressure were big concerns to Burde Street residents at a public hearing last week.
The Bulldogs have only paid off $8,000 in almost two years.
The empty gravel lot beside Artemis Books on upper Third Avenue in Port Alberni is one step closer to being filled with more that just cars.
Friday, April 15 will be the last time open burning will be legal in the City of Port Alberni—but campfires will remain unnaffected.
Island Corridor Foundation liaisons, Alberni curlers got to nationals and more in the Alberni Valley this week.
The waterfront by Fisherman’s Harbour will soon look different—and the Port Alberni Port Authority wants the community’s help it a name.