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The Judy Rogers management review of the City of Port Alberni leaves many questions unanswered.
Alberni Valley Minor Softball has reached a milestone this week.
Discontent over the lack of transparency at the City of Port Alberni city council table boiled over Monday night .
This year's high school graduates are a part of the largest generation in Western history: millennials.
Concerns over the city government's role in job creation have surfaced after recent land sales.
Port Alberni and other Vancouver Island communities are showing support for the LGBTQ community after a mass shooting in Orlando.
No one should surprised that Port Alberni city council's decision to sell the former plywood lots has the public upset.
An announcement from city council regarding an expansion for Rainbow Gardens senior care facility has caused opposition from community.
The level of opposition to the work being done on Stamp Avenue on behalf of Thunder in the Valley is disappointing.
Ty Watson House has been open a decade and controversy is brewing over Island Timberlands closing gates for May long Weekend
It is important for the community to remember the roots of long-standing street names in the Alberni Valley.
New aquarium sure to be a draw for tourists and students in the Alberni Valley.
Organ donation is a most incredible gift—the gift of life—and we ask you to consider it.
Good visions for second vessel added to Lady Rose Marine Services
The Regional District of Nanaimo is fed up with delays in infrastructure restoration and is pulling funding to Island Corridor Foundation
Motorists may need some educating on sharing the road with others, like horseback riders
An overcapacity issue at WCGH has prompted a concerned letter from resident Frank Kruks who was moved five times in his four-day stay
Emergency preparedness is a theme gaining traction in the Alberni Valley, and there are signs all over indicating why.
We believe the ACRD's abattoir feasibility survey is a good step to take for food security in the central Island.
Western Forest Products has laid off more than 40 workers at APD sawmill, citing a rate dispute in the forest—and a log shortage.