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Fort Rodd Hill brings out the big guns for the Fab Forts event on Sunday, Aug. 18.
Council voted on July 30 to award the project to Ledcor Construction Limited at the price of just over $6.04 million.
West Shore fire departments from Metchosin, View Royal and Sooke helped battle a blaze in Sooke this morning.
The Alzheimer Society of B.C. is recuriting volunteers to serve a variety of roles, particularly to facilitate support groups for caregivers
Solar Colwood hopes to turn a corner with a new, locally developed solar hot water heater set to save money for homeowners.
West Shore RCMP say witnesses saw the motorcycle traveling north at high speed, hitting the SUV which was turning left onto Cairndale Rd.
Colwood targets green thumbs in new city hall initiative for fall growing
Albert Head teeming with youth learning new experiences, making friends
West Shore RCMP commander settles into job, after many stops around province
City of Colwood's newly redesigned website is up and running, public input sought to fine tune
Changing the spirit of the neighbourhood with the higher density is foremost on the minds of neighbours.
About 300 people came out to watch about 30 competitors to rip it up at the Langford Skate Park.
One incident on Monday at Thetis Lake did result in a need for RCMP, View Royal Fire and B.C. Ambulance to attend.
Langford residents had the chance to speak to the proposed closing of Mary Ellen Place at a council meeting
GVPL encourages kids to read over the summer holidays with fun reading program
Craigflower Bridge replacement cut off the most obvious route to the Trans-Canada Highway
Colwood woman grows herbs to aid others at the Victoria Women's Transition House Society shelter
Ultimate frisbee returns to West Shore in time for sunshine; Victoria Ultimate Players Society always looking for players
With more than 1,300 votes cast on five finalist names, Royal Bay secondary school won handily.
A class of young entrepreneurs had the chance to show their stuff and sell their wares at Ruth King elementary today