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Traffic flow tops Alberni council's concerns over plans to open a new Tim Hortons outlet on the corner of 10th Avenue and Redford Street
A provincial court judge sentenced a Port Alberni man to 40 months in jail after an argument led to manslaughter last year.
Port Alberni RCMP have responded to 290 relationship violence calls so far this year, 89 of which resulted in criminal charges.
WorkSafe BC, the Port Alberni Fire Department and WFP are investigating a fire in the bag house at the APD mill in Alberni on Thursday.
Quality Foods, RBC Royal Bank and the Alberni Valley News are teaming up for a holiday food drive this week.
A fire broke out at APD sawmill in Port Alberni that required mutual aid from other departments.
More than 80 people gathered at Echo Centre Monday for a Watershed-Forest Alliance meeting to protest logging at McLaughlin Ridge.
A provincial court judge in Port Alberni has acquitted a man of a string of charges stemming from a break and police chase last spring.
The federal government is slashing 60 per cent of the NTC's operating budget in 2014 and that's picking a fight, president Cliff Atleo said.
The old ADSS library will remain standing for now, even though the rest of the buildings at the old school will be demolished.
Breadlines, a thought-provoking play about poverty, debuts in Port Alberni on Thursday, Nov. 22 and Friday, Nov. 23 at Char’s Landing.
The Tseshaht First Nation received $223,000 in federal funding to build tourism amenities on Keith Island in the Broken Group of Islands
The BC government is making amends to the Hesquiaht First Nation for the wrongful hanging of one of their ancestors 143 years ago.
Photos from Alberni Remembrance Day services at the Field of Honour, Hupacasath cemetery, and merchant navy monument.
RCMP arrested William Oickle, 28, in Nanaimo on Thursday night. A warrant was issued on Thursday in Alberni for breach of bail conditions.
As the Last Post sounds on Nov. 11, Peter Anderosov and James Peterson remember merchant navy comrades who died in the Second World War
Merchant navymen battled for more than four decades after Second World War for benefits and recognition afforded to other veterans.
BC Liberal finance minister Mike de Jong played Junior B hockey and admits that his team had their asses kicked by Alberni once.
Former Hupacasath treaty negotiator Shana Manson wants to represent B.C. on Canada’s largest aboriginal political organization – the AFN.
A retired Port Alberni man escaped serious injury after falling down a 30-foot embankment near his Johnston Road trailer home.