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The two Salvation Army locations will be housed together in the Argyle Street building
Four Tsunami Swim Club members took part in the AA Provincial Championships in Chilliwack
Unique program makes Enchanted Forest skating show accessible to SD70 students
Andrea Cole is the artist who will provide the backdrop for the Mount Arrowsmith Skating Club's Enchanted Forest On Ice.
The Sproat Lake Loggers’ Winter-Spring Derby is held annually during the first week of March at Poett Nook Marina, down the Alberni Inlet.
A locally born and raised construction entrepreneur has been chosen to be featured on a national television reality show.
The annual student delegation from Abashiri, Japan arrived on Saturday and will spend a few days in Port Alberni.
A group of Port Alberni skateboarders are hoping to raise money to improve the city's current skatepark that was built 20 years ago.
The organization is hoping the community will dig deep in their pockets to help out and count on the holiday season for generous donations.
Three Port Alberni choirs are getting ready for a seasonal performance on Dec. 4.
The Mount Arrowsmith Skating Club has an active group of members who are busy working on upcoming events.
On Saturday, Oct. 29, the Alberni Valley Curling Club will host a clinic, designed for 10- to 13-year-olds.
Soccer season has started in the Valley and players now have the opportunity to continue playing through the spring season.
Halloween in just around the corner and there is plenty of activities in Alberni this week for people of all ages.
The indoor racket sport, open to all ages, has just begun a new season and is open to all levels and abilities.
The sudden passing of renowned local artist Brad Piatka came as a shock to his family and friends.
A small group of parents are hoping to make a big impact on the arts in Port Alberni.
Many organizations in Port Alberni are facing the challenge of a lack of volunteers.
The Salvation Army will occupy the main floor of the former federal building, now called Libberock.
Ashleigh Clark is saying goodbye to her Peak radio gig and the Alberni Valley after two years as the 'afternoon drive' host.