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The Comox Valley Regional District board has approved a $115,000 contribution to the Comox Valley United Soccer Club to help construct a field house next to the Vanier turf field.
A pair of Comox Valley stay-at-home moms have started an online business that specializes in gift boxes.
A delegation from Fanny Bay has appealed to regional district directors to find a solution to end a long list of problems associated with a property in the community south of Courtenay.
The City of Courtenay has received a rezoning application for an apartment complex at 801 Ryan Rd., between Superstore and the Mex Pub.
Comox Valley athletes dominated the B.C.'s Strongest Man/Woman competition, Saturday, Aug. 1 at Valley View Park in Courtenay.
Toronto was slated to be the host city for the 2020 World Masters Track and Field Championships. But like most other sports competitions, the July event was cancelled due to the coronavirus.
The Comox Valley Exhibition is a go for 2020.
The Town of Comox expects construction of a three-storey apartment complex for seniors to begin early next year.
The Comox Valley Community Justice Centre is receiving $7,500 from the province in its efforts to strengthen anti-hate and anti-racism supports in B.C. communities.
Record farming sales last year in B.C. indicate a solid foundation is in place to build a path towards economic recovery, says the Ministry of Agriculture.
It may not be a large chunk of change in the scheme of things, but Courtenay-Alberni MP Gord Johns is encouraged by an $8.3 million federal contribution to clean up ocean debris.
After 40 years of owning and operating Saratoga Speedway, the Hargrave family has sold the Black Creek racetrack to Rob and Lee Leighton.
The Vancouver Whitecaps have their eye on a blossoming young talent in the Comox Valley.
Courtenay council gave second reading Monday to a development application for a pub/condo proposal near the Air Park.
The Connect Warming Centre will continue to operate at 685 Cliffe Ave. in downtown Courtenay until the end of September, as approved by council June 29.
Searchers scoured Strathcona Park near Gold River for experienced 65-year-old on 40-kilometre trek
For 40 years, David Da Silva provided relief to Comox Valley residents suffering from back pain, sports injuries, arthritis and other joint injuries.
The United Riders of Cumberland has finished constructing a five-kilometre climbing trail that enables hikers and bikers to reach the upper portion of the network without using resource roads.
Another cannabis retailer has opened shop in the Comox Valley.