Kyle Wells

Portage Park playground planned in View Royal

View Royal council commits to rec. project, if budget allows

Langford flexes its parks and recreation muscle

Mayor and council requests return of $500,000 from West Shore recreation society’s capital reserve fund.

PACE theatre finds strength in numbers

This Is Our Story starts its run at the Isabelle Reader Theatre on April 16.

West Shore RCMP celebrates volunteers for community contributions

National week of recognition highlights spirit of giving

View Royal Casino looks to make site improvements

No expansion in works, but beautification of next-door parking lot part of plans

Many hands can make great work together

Belmont’s Rainbow Mural symbolizes helping hands against bullying

Improvements aim to address safety concerns on Watkiss Way in View Royal

View Royal plans changes to brighten the way for walkers

Chilco Park users set to take a hike

View Royal tentatively places trails project in 2014 work schedule

Glen Lake fish release inspires youthful glee

Lake in Langford restocked with nearly 500 rainbow trout

Close call reminds drivers to look out for cyclists

A vehicle hit a cyclist on the Trans-Canada Highway in View Royal on Wednesday morning while making an abrupt move into a merge lane.

Belmont brings beloved classic to the stage in Saanich

Wizard of Oz demands balancing expectations with fresh approach

West Shore youth fear for future of Langford skatepark

Last-minute efforts being made to buy time for well-used facility

Speed humps coming to Burnett Road in View Royal

Residents' wishes come true as town acts on petition

West Shore spring cleanup includes fire safety

Langford fire department asks residents to keep addresses visible

Amalgamation question not a high priority on West Shore

General lack of support for putting question on 2014 ballots

View Royal hopes to match volunteers with jobs

Volunteer committee to be formed to help get jobs done around town

Western Speedway Hall of Fame races to 30

Some of the greats of local racing are looking back at the storied history of the track and auto racing in Langford.

Belmont takes to the pitch

Rugby is making a resurgence at Belmont secondary school, with the school able to offer both boys and girls sevens rugby teams in 2014.

John Roger’s movie posters offer window into Golden Age of cinema

A Town of View Royal councillor, Rogers also has to his name an extensive and desirable collection of original movie posters.

Belmont students find Lions Pride

Members of the B.C. Lions visited Belmont secondary school speak to about 400 students about making positive choices and achieving goals.