Kyle Wells

Colwood offers to pay Langford’s share of field at Royal Bay

Colwood city council has agreed to contribute half of the funds needed to build an athletic field in Royal Bay

CineFile’s top films for 2014 Film Fest

Our resident film nerd Kyle Wells shares his must-see list of films for the 20th anniversary of the Victoria Film Festival

Hannah Day swab drive attracts huge crowd

The event is being held to find a stem cell donor for Day, a four-year-old Langford resident with leukemia.

Dial a doper disconnected in Langford

A “dial a dope” operation in Langford has been shut down by West Shore RCMP

University of Victoria swimmers take to podium

Vikes trio capture medals at Canada West event in Calgary

Mystery of the Colwood soda bottle solved

Amateur historian sleuths out story of a Colwood company that vanished a century ago

Advocate awarded for work on ‘diversability’

Garth Homer Society volunteer changes conversation on meaning of disabled

Thief robs residence while people at home

A break and enter has police looking for help finding a suspect behind a robbery in the 3300-block of Arnot Ave.

Songhees Nation leading by example with new centre

Wellness centre opens up to community and greater region

Witness helps solve computer tablet theft

Saanich police located and arrested a man who had six tablets on him

Rural potable water on the table for CRD to debate

Questions over the availability of potable water by the Capital Regional District to remote Juan de Fuca residents continue to swirl

Police seek indecent runner at Cuthbert Holmes park

Man jogged by teen girls nude from the waist down.

IPhone locator helps track down thief

Saanich police arrested a 40-year-old Saanich man after he stole more than $1,000 in cash and four iPhones from two businesses

Injured hiker rescued off Mt. Wells by helicopter

Military assistance called in by Langford, Sooke fire departments

Hard lessons of social media

Recent conviction of teen a ‘wake up call’ to Greater Victoria youth on cyberbullying, acceptable uses of technology

Program preps parents for the worst

A program launched at Jenner Chevrolet offers parents their children’s photos and fingerprints in case of an emergency.

Re-introducing risk into childhood play

Pendulum starts to swing away from ‘bubble wrapping’ children

Saanich seniors’ centre celebrates middle age

Silver Threads Society's 45th anniversary is set to be celebrated by the seniors it continues to support.

Vancouver Island bureau publishes 2014 business ‘bible’

Document contains a listing of accredited and trusted Island firms

Man charged with attempted murder after Saanich house party stabbing

Langford man nearly dies from multiple stab wounds, his life saved by paramedics and emergency surgery