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The public feedback about merging Cumberland's two schools into one campus will pick up when students are back from spring break.
Cumberland committee of the whole gave the nod Monday for a 1.86-per-cent municipal tax increase for 2014.
Cumberland residents can officially expect to pay for their water based on their consumption rates starting in August.
The Comox Valley Board of Education highly praised this year's pilot project designed to increase active travel to school.
A group of Navigate students were named provincial champions during this past weekend's VEX Robotics Championship at BCIT in Burnaby.
The application for a 155-hectare shellfish tenure in Baynes Sound has been scaled back to nearly half that size.
Comox Valley teachers showed strong support for their union during last week's strike vote.
Huband Park Elementary School is now home to the Comox Valley's first traverse climbing wall.
Fisheries and Oceans will make its draft integrated geoduck (pronounced gooey-duck) management framework public this week.
The Comox Valley Board of Education will send a letter regarding concerns about educational funding to Education Minister Peter Fassbender.
Some of the recommendations to loosen B.C.'s liquor laws worry Courtenay pub owner Barry VanDusen.
B.C. teachers will cast ballots next week in a strike vote, but if job action happens it will be a phased-in process.
Persistent snowfall disrupted the schedules of many people in the Comox Valley, but caused wide grins at Mount Washington Alpine Resort.
BC Ferries expects its first-ever cable ferry will be running by the summer of 2015 on the route between Vancouver Island and Denman Island.
Thirty-seven Comox Valley kids are waiting for adult mentors to be much-needed positive role models in their lives.
The Village of Cumberland expects to have a civic cemetery master plan by the end of July.
Two G.P. Vanier Secondary classes teamed up to collaboratively create and publish children's books.
Detlef Recktenwald says he may go out of business after an early-January flood.
Cumberland residents will see a slight decrease in their solid waste collection user fees.
Sam Sterk spent his eighth birthday seeing how his fundraising efforts will help service-dogs-to-be.