Keri Coles

Oak Bay teacher wins 91.3 the Zone’s Teacher of the Month

French teacher at École Willows School wins custom Converse from Baggins and Big Wheel gift cards

Wait is over for Willows students

École Willows portables complete - students moved in Monday

End of the Quest

Oak Bay council unanimously denies Quest’s zoning amendment application

VIDEO: Innovating healthier homes

NZ Builders bring commercial concept into residential realm to improve energy efficiency and health

Pig’s Trotters maintain league-winning streak

Trotters win both League and Knockout Trophy in 2017, claiming trophies for last three years.

Oak Bay wants more doe from province

Council unanimous: province should pay for academic research portion of deer management plan

Think of Me program shows speeders what’s at stake

Oak Bay Police hand out elementary school students’ drawings with warnings and tickets to speeders

Harling Point gets transit service reinstated

“Our community is thrilled. It’s great to get some good news and show our kids how important civic engagement is!”

Celebrating second anniversary of Sno’uyutth welcome pole

Community Association of Oak Bay holds community reception on Nov. 22 to “spread good energy”

UPDATE: Oak Bay affected by power outage

BC Hydro investigating outage affecting 1500 customers

Celso Machado plays the Upstairs Lounge Friday Nov. 17

“It’s not World Music that I like, but music of the world.”

“Do you have time to save a life?”

After finalizing sale of boat, seller borrows it back to save life

GALLERY: Full crowd for Remembrance Day ceremony at Oak Bay cenotaph

Oak Bay Police Deputy Chief Ray Bernoties was Master of Ceremony for the event

Man pulled from ocean after clinging to side of boat for 25 minutes

Oak Bay Municipal Coun. Tara Ney called 911 after hearing shouts for help on her walk to the Oak Bay cenotaph this morning.

VIDEO: 92-year-old WWII veteran united with family of fallen soldier after decades-long search

Oak Bay High students unknowingly enable connection after leaving cards on a grave in France

Oak Bay United Church seeks neighbour input on design of affordable housing development

Consultation meetings are happening at the church this week to find out design preferences of neighbours.

Newspaper Fire at Monterey Centre

Staff at Monterey Centre put out the small fire that started in the newspaper boxes.

Bill Bourne playing Upstairs Lounge Friday night

Juno Award-winning blues and roots musician shares his powerful rhythms and soulful songs

The Madwoman of Chaillot

UVic’s Phoenix Theatre explores good and evil in Giraudoux’s comic fable set in Nazi-occupied Paris

Video: Bowker Creek restoration continues

Ongoing efforts to improve the health of a highly urbanized watershed