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The chamber of commerce is hoping to market Port Alberni as a destination for events.
The news was a disappointment to the Port Alberni Refugee Sponsorship Group.
Sponsorship committee has secured housing and is ready to welcome the family.
Residents of Pioneer Cottages are happy with a settlement on the rental increase controversy that began last fall.
The former post office on Argyle Street will have its first tenant open for business as early as this summer.
It has been in the works for six months but a new restaurant has opened in the former Dolce Vita location in Southgate Centre.
Emily Bylsma has experienced challenges that affected the whole family but is now making steady progress thanks to a large support network.
From his humble background in Port Alberni, actor Duane Howard has not let his recent success go to his head.
Kevin Hunter, WVIIHS president, said flares were seen inside one of the cars around 8 p.m. where it was parked in the rail yard.
Forty-five band students from Alberni District Secondary School will be spending their March 2016 spring break in Cuba.
Last fall, Jillian Ralston put the wheels in motion to develop a new park in Beaver Creek.
Community support for the less fortunate is still needed following the busiest season for both the Bread of Life and Salvation Army.
Alberni Connect is the first networking event of its type hosted by Young Professionals of the Alberni Valley.
A group of no less than forty youth have been spending Saturday nights for the past year learning to swing dance.
Jan Norman recently returned from her third trip to Cuba and her second one as a yoga instructor.
Senior residents at Pioneer Cottages have a temporary reprieve until final decisions are made on an impending rental increase.
A fundraiser on Saturday night brought in $6,655 towards the efforts of relocating a refugee family to Port Alberni.
In mid-November, 36 boys and girls between the ages of six and ten had the chance to learn to play hockey for the first time.
Senior citizens living at Pioneer Cottages on 10th Avenue have recently been hit with an unexpected $100 rent increase.
Volunteers ensure that Alberni Valley seniors have a Merry Christmas.