Charla Huber

West Shore RCMP accepting community grant proposals

The West Shore RCMP is looking for community groups and organizations hoping to enhance the West Shore.

Rebels bring muscle to Langford Legion

The Westshore Rebels football team and the Langford Legion have joined forces.

Shantael Sleight reads the story Owl Babies to her three-year-old son Finnley Davie at Goldstream Park. A story walk at the provincial park is just one of the many literacy activities held on Sunday

Tour the ABCs of the West Shore

Goldstream Park is one of 14 locations participating in the 2014 Westshore Family Learning tour, Jan. 26.

Shantael Sleight reads the story Owl Babies to her three-year-old son Finnley Davie at Goldstream Park. A story walk at the provincial park is just one of the many literacy activities held on Sunday
Belmont secondary school students Stephanie Daniels

Belmont students sell toques for homeless peers

The Belmont secondary students help spread the word on the Out of the Rain youth shelter

Belmont secondary school students Stephanie Daniels
Dan Matthews

Bear Mountain to keep all 36-holes after members urged

Bear Mountain golf resort will keep 36-holes open to the public and add an outdoor pool and hot tub to the resort.

Dan Matthews
Ron Armstrong

Hobbyists hobnob at West Shore show

14 groups showcase hobbies during mall hours at Westshore Town Centre, 2945 Jacklin Rd. Jan. 31 to Feb. 2

Ron Armstrong
Langford Mayor Stew Young

Construction set to start on Langford YMCA

Official groundbreaking ceremony this morning (Jan. 21) in Langford for the recreation facililty slated to open in 2016

Langford Mayor Stew Young
Jan. 20

Jeneece Place turns 2 and Jeneece Edroff turns 20

The house was packed with families, donors and staff all grateful for the services offered at the View Royal facility.

Jan. 20

Geeks and Geezers tackle technology in Metchosin

Four teens are helping seniors decipher technology at the Metchosin Seniors Information Resource Centre

Highlands has record number of fire department recruits

Highlands fire rescue signed on a record number of 17 recruits this month

Darren Burns

Swing in an eco tour at Bear Mountain

Bear Mountain’s valley golf course is offering self-guided Green Tours until March 1

Darren Burns
Margie Humphreys

Metchosin walls cry out for artists

Margie Humphreys is looking for artists to display their work at the Metchosin Community House for its Art on the Walls program.

Margie Humphreys

Metchosin couple faces animal cruelty charges

A Metchosin couple faces charges after the SPCA seized three dogs and one cat from their property.

Members of the Metchosin Fire Department helped train firefighters in Peru on hose handling techniques in a Firefighters Without Borders project last April.

Metchosin Firefighters online in bid to help others

Metchosin Fire Department is using an online platform to fund sending three firefighters to Peru.

Members of the Metchosin Fire Department helped train firefighters in Peru on hose handling techniques in a Firefighters Without Borders project last April.

Langford’s Four Seasons Musical Theatre secures Green Gables

The story, set on Prince Edward Island, will hit Vancouver Island in May, performed by Four Seasons Musical Theatre in Langford.

Moralea Milne

Taylor Beach New Year’s Clean Up

A group of Metchosinites brave the rain in the second annual New Year’s Taylor Beach Clean Up in Metchosin.

Moralea Milne
Brothers Trent

Young Metchosin drivers hit the carpet at the community house

The Metchosin Parent and Tot Drop-In program runs from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. every Friday.

Brothers Trent
Cole Pickup

Childhood Grizzlies fan makes the team at 17

Joining the Grizzly pack is a dream come true for Cole Pickup.

Cole Pickup

Juan De Fuca pools are all open after maintenance closure

West Shore Parks and Recreation has all of its aquatic facilities up and running again.

Spencer Road at TCH to get more barriers, fencing

Pedestrians still attempt to cross highway at closed intersection