Charla Huber

Marney Ward is one of three jurors who

Juried art show on exhibit at Colwood gallery

Federation of Canadian Artists hosts spring show at Coast Collective

Marney Ward is one of three jurors who
Beecher Bay First Nation Chief Russ Chipps

Beecher Bay ‘nominees’ take frigid dip in Metchosin lake

Phenomenon spreads through Vancouver Island's First Nations communities

Beecher Bay First Nation Chief Russ Chipps
Fourteen-year-old Tyler Chequer works on the balance beam at the Falcon Gymnastics on Vanalman Street.

Langford teen tumbles into Winter Games

Spencer middle school student Tyler Chequer is gearing up to compete in the B.C. Winter Games and the B.C. Championships.

Fourteen-year-old Tyler Chequer works on the balance beam at the Falcon Gymnastics on Vanalman Street.
The Mac's Convenience Store in Langford was robbed on Feb. 13. The employee was threatened by two men with knives.

Armed robbery at Langford Mac’s

An employee gave into demands of two men with knives while working the graveyard shift at a Langford convenience store, Feb. 13.

The Mac's Convenience Store in Langford was robbed on Feb. 13. The employee was threatened by two men with knives.
Sangster elementary Grade 1 teachers Michelle James and Adina McIndoe teach students from the inaugural year of nature Kindergarten in SD 62. They say students who transition from nature-K or standard kindergarten to Grade 1 are about the same in terms of play and interactions

Nature Kindergarten shows signs of success

a dozen parents camped out for days at Sangster school for a chance to have their child accepted into SD 62’s nature Kindergarten program.

Sangster elementary Grade 1 teachers Michelle James and Adina McIndoe teach students from the inaugural year of nature Kindergarten in SD 62. They say students who transition from nature-K or standard kindergarten to Grade 1 are about the same in terms of play and interactions
Jen Dalton has been a Relay for Life participant for years and is hooked for life since a new breakthrough in cancer research has prolonged her father’s life.

Father’s battle with cancer drives daughter’s relay effort

West Shore Relay for Life seeks early bird entries

Jen Dalton has been a Relay for Life participant for years and is hooked for life since a new breakthrough in cancer research has prolonged her father’s life.
Belmont secondary students Mark Severinsen

Belmont volleyball trio stays united at Camosun

Three seniors from Belmont secondary school have become a triple-threat for Camosun College.

Belmont secondary students Mark Severinsen
Metchosin is trying to restrict the ability of registered medical marijuana producers to build grow-bunkers on farmland. This particular image was an illegal grow-op found in a shed in Saanich in 2010.

Metchosin aims to restrict medical marijuana grow-op ‘bunkers’

Farmland poor use for indoor marijuana facilities, say Metchosin councillors

Metchosin is trying to restrict the ability of registered medical marijuana producers to build grow-bunkers on farmland. This particular image was an illegal grow-op found in a shed in Saanich in 2010.
Dr. Helen Schwantje

A rare look at a young cougar

Montessori students in Metchosin view dissection for education on wildlife

Dr. Helen Schwantje
Hans Helgesen kindergarten teacher Gerri Washbrook has a few tricks and hints for parents to prepare their child to enter kindergarten

Kindergarten drives worry for parents

Development level remains a big question as tots transition to school

Hans Helgesen kindergarten teacher Gerri Washbrook has a few tricks and hints for parents to prepare their child to enter kindergarten
Gabi Lowe

Heartbreak for family forced to surrender cat

A Langford family is learning a hard lesson that the SPCA won’t return pets that have been surrendered due to injury or illness.

Gabi Lowe
Colwood resident Shane Nicholls is moving to Victoria due to limited bus service to his home. B.C. Transit does receive complaints about service on the West Shore

Transit coming up short on West Shore

Colwood man relocating to Victoria due to thin bus service to Triangle Mountain

Colwood resident Shane Nicholls is moving to Victoria due to limited bus service to his home. B.C. Transit does receive complaints about service on the West Shore
Cameron de Jong

Juan de Fuca curlers bound for national ’spiel

Provincial win scores foursome from Juan de Fuca and Victoria curling clubs a berth at nationals

Cameron de Jong
Victoria Grizzlies director of operations Pete Zubersky announces the junior A hockey team's Happy Day Fundraiser.  The Grizzlies is hoping to raise $50

The Victoria Grizzlies rally for Hannah Day

The Victoria Grizzlies has set the goal of selling 10,000 tickets for Happy Day fundraiser to support Hannah Day,4, and her family.

Victoria Grizzlies director of operations Pete Zubersky announces the junior A hockey team's Happy Day Fundraiser.  The Grizzlies is hoping to raise $50

Teen girl grabbed in Langford

A 15-year-old female was grabbed by an unknown male on Arngask Ave. in Langford while walking home.

Break and enter at Metchosin Home

A Metchosin home under construction was broken into Dec. 28. Nothing was stolen but all of the electrical wiring and plumbing were cut.

Spencer Road at TCH to get more barriers, fencing

Pedestrians still attempt to cross highway at closed intersection

Mobile home policy awaits first foray

Cheeke would not disclose how many homes in the park he has purchased to date.

Metchosin Art Gallery deadline extended

The Metchosin Arts and Cultural Centre Association is still seeking proposals for future use of the Metchosin Art Gallery

Officer pinned with car while stopping a break-in

An off-duty RCMP officer got pinned after stopping two women during a break and enter on Merlin Road in Langford.