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All of Safeway's 52 employees have been invited to keep their jobs in the changeover after the sale of the store.
Thirteen candidates will perform during Speech and Talent Night April 2 at Ladysmith Secondary School.
Tim Readman, a British-born folk singer now based in Vancouver will perform with fiddler Jennie Bice.
Cedar's Laurie Gourlay is seeking the NDP nomination as the federal candidate for the new Nanaimo-Ladysmith riding.
The Yellow Point Drama Group's spring production is a sweet and funny Norm Foster tale of love and self-discovery.
The Last Weekend, which opens March 6 at Ladysmith Little Theatre, is a story about life and relationships.
Anyone interested in volunteering is invited to an information session March 6 in Ladysmith.
Island Savings Credit Union in Chemainus recently won a Vancouver Island Business Excellence Award.
The Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery's latest show celebrates the strange and beautiful steampunk movement.
Vancouver Island Insurance Centre will give away about 1,800 pink T-shirts to students in and around Ladysmith.
Juno Award-winning blues musician Morgan Davis will perform a benefit for the Ladysmith Food Bank Feb. 21.
Colwood cyclist David Cox's 1,000-kilometre fundraising ride from Victoria to Port Hardy and back again inspired by MS-afflicted niece.
A perfect summer day drew huge crowds to Transfer Beach for Ladysmith's Canada Day celebrations.
The Ladysmith Resources Centre Association's Concerts in the Park series starts this Sunday (July 7) at Transfer Beach.
The Ladysmith Waterfront Art Gallery's July show, How Bizarre?!, runs July 6-28.