Kyle Wells

Highlands wins web overhaul

District of Highlands has a shiny new website, with improved access to information for residents.

Talking traffic critical to liveable community

The master plan is intended to direct the city as it enhances travel networks and develops trails, transit options, roads and public spaces.

New tunes set the pace for Langford singer

Karly Summers is set to bring new life to her musical career with a spirit of enthusiasm and a handful of new tunes.

West Shore hosts diabetes info event

ov. 27 - West Shore Parks and Recreation - 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

RCMP cleared in Metchosin death

Independent Investigations Office of B.C. concluded that the incident could not be proved to be the officer’s fault.

Tech closes gap between students, overseas soldiers

Belmont secondary students joined peers across the country last Friday morning for an online Remembrance Day ceremony

Belmont students attempt to eat at welfare prices

Trying to eat on $26 a week, as those on social assistance do, is harder than it sounds, says a group of Belmont secondary students.

It takes a money to build a village

Pacific Landing, a development on the 12-acre property which surrounds Coast Collective, is looking for investors to help build a village.

Pacific secondary students help keep it green

A group of Pacific secondary school students helped out the City of Langford on Wednesday at the Langford Lake boat launch.

Obstacle challenge bringing influx of cash

The Mudd, Sweat and Tears five kilometre extreme obstacle course will be in Langford on Saturday, Nov. 2.

Goldstream River: Salmon take the long road home

Goldstream River is one of the last on the Vancouver Island coast to have its salmon run on now

Charging stations cost Colwood less than $45 so far this year

Juan de Fuca library has far and away the most popular vehicle charging station in Colwood.

New street name honours Colwood pioneer

First ever homeowner on Triangle Mountain also a distinguished veteran

Ceremony honours Triangle Mountain pioneer

Along with the road dedication, a public viewpoint has been installed with a plaque honouring Sgt. "Robby" Robson

Going orange for a good cause

The 16th annual Pumpkins for Charity campaign from Thrifty Foods is up and running.

School snacks top need for Goldstream Food Bank

Items including cheese and cracker packages, pure fruit juice boxes, fruit leathers and fruit cups are just some of the sought after items.

Langford rapper wins teen talent competition

Belmont secondary student, known as Lil Kilo, aims for the top

New trail trots into Metchosin

Jacobs Brothers Construction is tackling reconstruction work on the road, at the price of just under $1.9 million

View Royal readies for the ‘big one’

Fire department encourages others to prepare for impending emergency with province-wide drill Oct. 17

Join the battle to reclaim Mill Hill

New recruits are needed for the yearly battle against the invasive Scotch broom of Mill Hill Regional Park.