Pamela Roth

Design ideas for Esquimalt Road draw concern from cyclists

Ideas include moving bike lanes to Lyall Street to allow wider sidewalks

Langham Court dives into slapstick comedy

When Kyle Kushnir first read the script for One Man, Two Guvnors, he burst out laughing.

Popular festival highlights the art of whisky tasting

Frank Hudson knows a thing or two when it comes to tasting whisky.

No charges laid in fatal collision

No charges will be laid in a fatal collision last spring that claimed the life of a 73-year-old woman cycling through Victoria’s Chinatown.

2016 sees rise in first responder suicides

It’s a grim statistic Lisa Jennings keeps track of every year.

Remembering Peter Pollen, a mayor who helped shape Victoria

The night Peter Pollen was elected mayor for the City of Victoria, he came home and stayed up until 4 a.m. reading Robert's Rules.

Island Health pushes supervised consumption services forward

On Tuesday, Island Health announced it has submitted the first of three planned applications for supervised consumption services.

UPDATED: Thieves steal jar of money from youth raising funds for trip

Victoria police officer replaces money girl had stolen

Victoria police bomb dog heads into retirement

He’s not your typical police dog. He isn’t trained to track the scent of bad guys on the run or show aggression whenever there’s a threat.

Theatre groups feeling the pinch of real estate boom

Soaring prices and a lack of real estate in Victoria isn’t just impacting those searching for a home.

Police assess marijuana dispensaries on a regular basis

Whenever the city's top cop looks at the priorities for the Victoria Police Department, he also assesses marijuana dispensaries.

Hoarding hotline sees a jump in calls

Working as an inspector with the Victoria Fire Department, Megan Sabell was shocked the first time she responded to a call about hoarding.

Police still finding plenty of drunks behind the wheel

It was around 5 p.m. last week when Victoria police Const. Cody Lapierre received a call about an impaired driver who reared-ended a family.

Decluttering Victoria home “overwhelming” for woman living with hoarding disorder

The thought of getting rid of the hundreds of items consuming her small apartment in Victoria left Susan feeling tremendously overwhelmed.

Offenders get into the Christmas spirit by helping families in need

After serving four years in prison for drug and weapon offences, Jeff stepped back into the community eager for a fresh start.

Theatre SKAM takes over popular drama school

Artistic producer Matthew Payne will be taking over the Kate Rubin Theatre & Drama Studio.

West Shore CRD reps weigh in on sewage plan speed bump

McLoughlin rezoning in Esquimalt will address site ‘quirks’

New overdose prevention site sees steady stream of users on first day

Overdose deaths in B.C. continue to reach record numbers

Bird watchers unite for annual Christmas count

On a chilly Tuesday morning in mid December, Ann Nightingale is out at Ten Mile Point, scouring the waterfront for a snowy owl.

Rezoning of McLoughlin Point causing uncertainty with sewage treatment plan

Timeline set for city initiaited rezoning and development permit process