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The Alberni Clayoquot Regional District agricultural plan is taking another step forward.
MC Ross Johnson and valedictorian Logan Jackson will usher Grade 12 graduates out of high school and into adult life on Friday.
Alberni city councillors voted to lease beach front property from Imperial Oil at their June 23 meeting.
A concrete block and two mounds of rubble are all that remains of the theatre and gymnasium of the old ADSSon Burde Street.
A new agreement between the city and IHS promises to increase ridership on the Alberni Pacific Railway and introduce train station vendors.
Two people are in Nanaimo hospital with serious injuries after a two-vehicle collision near Little Qualicum Falls on Sunday.
A 35-year old Alberni man is facing charges after allegedly bear spraying several residents in a home then threatening to blow them up.
Alberni city councillors voted to solicit the province to support establishing a community para medicine pilot program.
An oil slick that appeared in the water along Alberni's Kitsuksis Dike on June 14 appears to have come from a storm drain on Adelaide St
Earning a spot at the North American Indigenous Games is about more than just sports for an Aboriginal player from Alberni.
Barring a deal between BC Teachers and government soon the school year will come to an end on Friday, June 13.
Plywood Lots A and B will remain industrial waterfront despite beach supporters’ outcry over lack of public consultation.
The city is criticized for lack of public consultation in leasing Lots A and B to the port authority, but city says issue has been public.
In Part Four of the News series on teen moms in Alberni health agencies say there are no easy answers to the issue.
RCMP have recommended eight charges against David Bird,35, in connection with a shooting in Alberni on June 03.
Three Alberi seniors have as much fun with their model trains now as they did when they were children.
A man was flown to hospital in Victoria with gunshot wounds after after an incident on Tenth Avenue in Port Alberni Tuesday night.
In Part Three of the News series on teen moms in Alberni a former teen mom reflects about life as a parent and about working with teen moms.
High school credits, a peek at a possible career and a brightening a senior citizen’s day are some of the benefits of being a candy striper.
Hiring a known commodity in Greg Smyth as new School District 70 superintendent gives stability & continuity, board chair Larry Ransom said