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A veteran coach from Port Alberni has hit a home run with a book about baseball on Vancouver Island.
Hupacasath First Nation officials are mulling over their legal options after Canada ratifies FIPA.
Alberni aboriginal athletes pulled in two gold medals and one silver medals at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games.
An outpouring of support is flooding into the offices of the Hupacasath after their welcome sign on the Alberni Highway was cut down
Three people have been taken to hospital after a car plowed through an outdoor patio where they were sitting in uptown Port Alberni.
Fire season has arrived early in the Alberni Valley, Port Alberni Fire Chief Tim Pley said.
Short stories on the big issues in Port Alberni and the surrounding area.
Police are on the lookout for whoever vandalized a memorial commemorating Alberni Indian Residential School survivors.
The Huu-ay-aht First Nation has offered to buy the former Canada Post Office building on Argyle Street, chief councillor Jeff Cook said.
Huu-ay-aht and Steelhead LNG officials are pondering how to power a proposed LNG facility in Sarita Bay.
Mike Ruttan has gone from being a man who was principal to a principled man who is running for mayor in Port Alberni.
An airport runway extension, train station, and waterfront improvements are being considered by council for ICE-T funding
The Huu-ay-aht First Nation signed a development agreement with Steelhead LNG Corp.to explore building an LNG plant near Sarita Bay.
A group of teens are getting real-life lessons in what an RCMP career looks like at a special camp that started this week at ADSS.
Grade 12 student Denae Edgar missed grad prom because of a medical condition but bound and determined she made it to the grad ceremony
Alberni boasts three weekend markets—two farmers’ and one craft—and one seasonal mid-week summer market for residents and visitors alike
The city will have to flex its bylaw muscles if it hopes to have any say or influence over the impact of new provincial liquor laws.
Councillors agreed that the manager of corporate services bring back a revised council expense bylaw and policy for consideration this fall
Alberni city councillors voted to lease beach front property from Imperial Oil at their June 23 meeting.
The Alberni Clayoquot Regional District agricultural plan is taking another step forward.