Terry Farrell

Box containing hundreds of family photos found in Courtenay returned to rightful owner

Local media sources collaborate to solve family photos mystery

Comox Nautical Days latest COVID-19 victim

Comox's Nautical Days, an August long weekend staple, has been cancelled for 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 forces cancellation of Vancouver Island MusicFest

Announcement regarding tickets forthcoming

EDITORIAL: Legislate an end to non-essential travel

It should have come as little surprise that many people chose to ignore the pleas from B.C. and Alberta government officials to stay home during the long weekend.

VIDEO: Comox Valley duo pens song, creates video to send an uplifting message during COVID-19 pandemic

Easy Street's 'We're All in this Together' features photos and video clips from around the world

Comox Valley hospital prepared for COVID-19 wave

The North Island Hospital Comox Valley campus is preparing for a surge in COVID-19 cases in much the same fashion as hospitals across the province - opening as many beds as possible, and having contingency plans in place for the most serious of cases.

Woofy’s now selling Girl Guide Cookies

Another business has stepped up to help the Girl Guides sell their iconic cookies.

New Asian/Mexican grocery store opens in Courtenay

Goods Grocery moves, changes focus

Pacific Coastal Airlines suspending operations due to COVID-19 outbreak

Customers with existing reservations will be contacted directly

EDITORIAL: Communities have a right to know when COVID-19 arrives locally

This week, the Comox Valley Record published two articles regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) arriving in our community.

Courtenay doctor confirms Comox Valley’s first case of COVID-19

Dr. Tanja Daws says there is one confirmed local case

Music industry feeling the effects of COVID-19 pandemic

Musicians, promoters and producers alike all reeling from cancellations, venue bans

Courtenay ticket a $2 million BC 6/49 jackpot winner

Someone who bought a lottery ticket in Courtenay is a multi-millionaire.

EDITORIAL: Importance of L’Arche cannot be diminished

The results of an inquiry into allegations of sexual abuse on the part of L'Arche founder Jean Vanier were stunning, to say the least.

Shakura S’Aida and band ready to wow Courtenay audience

Shakura S'Aida and her band will play the Native Sons Hall in Courtenay, Friday, March 6, in a show music lovers, and dance lovers alike, will not want to miss.

L’Arche Comox Valley community reeling over findings of inquiry into founder

The local L'Arche community is reeling in the wake of a report that has determined L'Arche founder Jean Vanier sexually abused six women, between 1975 and 1990.

Comox Valley RCMP advise vigilance after multiple reports of a suspicious person following walkers

Description is of a man in an older, boxy white sedan

Comox Valley RCMP seeking witnesses to suspicious fire

Man who may have been wearing black hoodie seen fleeing area

Wind advisory for Eastern Vancouver Island

Batten down the hatches; there's a windstorm coming our way.