Elena Rardon

Port Alberni gym puts the art in martial arts

Matt Goodwin, Shay Hebert offer kickboxing at all levels

Crime rate, drug overdoses still rising in Port Alberni

Major Crime Unit investigating drug trafficking files

Port Alberni’s Community Policing office shuts down

Reopening unlikely to happen, says RCMP Insp. Hunter

Alberni Valley fire departments hold annual Boot Drive

Campaign will raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy Canada

City of Port Alberni ponders social development

Social planning commission would outlast councils

Barkley Sounds Community Choir holds first concert with new director

Michael Villette is an Alberni Valley music teacher

Alberni parents protest for children’s rights

Recent child luring case was impetus for protest, says organizer

Highland Dancing kicks off in Port Alberni

40th annual dance competition was a hit

Extension denied for Third Avenue property owner

‘No substantial construction’ on Port Alberni property

Port Alberni is #HumboldtStrong

Community shows support for Broncos with jerseys

Port Alberni ends grant contract for Stamp Avenue path

$200,000 will not be expended for multi-use path

Municipal taxes increasing by three percent in Port Alberni

Mill rate reduced to compensate for increased property values

Bruce MacDonald enjoys ‘semi-retirement’

Former Alberni Golf Club head pro still involved in his community

Alberni theatre students go wild in The Jungle Book

Student play will debut at the Capitol Theatre on Friday

Alberni participates in province-wide Homeless Count

Second homeless count in Port Alberni will take place April 11

Port Alberni shows support for Humboldt

Alberni Valley Bulldogs will be holding a vigil on Thursday, April 12

Share your tsunami evacuation experiences

UBC researchers are looking for input from Alberni Valley residents

Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce proposes collaborative street market

Meeting will take place at Chamber on Friday, April 6

Port Alberni Reconciliation Forum explores solutions, next steps

More than a hundred people gathered on the anniversary of the Walk for Reconciliation