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Vandal mows down stop signs across Metchosin

Early Sunday morning vandals went on a stop sign ramming-spree in Metchosin.
New cinema complex in Langford ready to open

New cinema complex in Langford ready to open

Theatre at Westshore Town Centre boasts advanced digital technology

More riders taking Malahat bus commuter service

The average number of monthly riders on the Cowichan Valley Commuter service has climbed from more than 2,700 to more than 5,800 since 2008
Cool Aid’s program under new roof

Cool Aid’s program under new roof

Office equipment donations still needed
Good Food Box program seeks West Shore home

Good Food Box program seeks West Shore home

The Good Food Box operated on the West Shore for more than five years, but when Capital Families was forced to close its doors, the non-profit program was lefts with no where to go.

Langford man arrested after gas station robbery spree in Saanich

Saanich police Sgt. Dean Jantzen said investigators are now working with Victoria police in an attempt to connect these three incidents with similar robberies in Victoria.
High winds take down old trees

High winds take down old trees

High winds knocked down trees, one onto a powerline last week on the West Shore.
Drunk man rescued after Thetis Lake tumble

Drunk man rescued after Thetis Lake tumble

View Royal Fire Rescue and B.C. Ambulance paramedics pulled off a tricky rope rescue at Thetis Lake Tuesday afternoon at Victoria man tumbled down a cliff.
Tougher roadside impaired rules here to stay

Tougher roadside impaired rules here to stay

Bar and restaurant owners give up on push for changes
Charities hope review reforms gambling grants

Charities hope review reforms gambling grants

Funding to many non-profits was slashed in 2009