Lauren Benn

Northwest transit service could come soon

A proposal came before city council last night for passenger service connecting Terrace and Stewart

Wildlife cops hunt for moose killers

Female moose shot just off highway between Terrace and Kitimat

Owners get more time to tear down derelict buildings

City of Terrace had issued 60-day demolition orders last month

Terrace real estate sales are up

In 2012, more properties switched hands compared to 2011.

Save On More tightens recycling

Save on Foods has tightened up what recyclable items it will take back

Terrace taxpayers cough up for carbon tax

City of Terrace had pledged to become carbon neutral

City joins call for shuttle bus

Terrace city council has endorsed a call for the creation of a Hwy16 shuttle bus service to minimize risks to vulnerable travelers

BC Conservative leader gauges northwestern BC support

While in Terrace, John Cummins also advocates for safer roads and better trades training

Terrace, BC ski co-op gets $15,000 from city enterprise

But efforts by My Mountain Co-op for a second grant fail

Terrace council eyes yet another tax increase

But re-opening of a closed sawmill should ease the overall burden

Hotel, museum recommended for old Co-op property

Blend of public and private development seen for piece of prime Terrace, B.C. real estate

City orders derelict buildings torn down

Complaints on some Terrace, BC buildings date back years

Terrace council turns down bid for more slot machines

Councillors voting no said gambling causes suffering to those who are addicted

Environmental group turns down chamber of commerce award

The Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce award is sponsored by Enbridge

Meeting speakers favour slots

At a city-held public forum last night, most community members who spoke favoured adding more slot machines at Chances Terrace

City plans two major road projects for 2013

Park west of Kenney in Terrace and 4700 block of McConnell need work

Shames deal not finished

A deal to sell the Shames Mountain ski facility remains in limbo pending a decision on how to treat debt owed the provincial government

Sale marks climb in subsidized housing

The provincial crown agency responsible for subsidized housing has purchased an apartment building in downtown Terrace

Summit piques interest; drives home need to be competitive

Big dollars in the headlines and job numbers listed for proposed projects in B.C.’s natural gas sector are no sure thing

Vandalism targeted by city

The City of Terrace won't be endorsing a designated graffiti wall here, but they do want vandalism to stop.