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Property taxes have increased by 2.2% and parking fines have nearly doubled in Alberni this year.
The Coulson Group of Companies wants something done about the defacing of its Third Avenue building or it will sell the property.
Road repairs will be conducted on Elizabeth Street compliments of $200K from the city’s land sale reserve fund.
A woman was lucky to walk away unhurt after being pulled from a steep embankment behind North Island College in Port Alberni.
A new wheelchair lift increases the accessibility of the Alberni Athletic Hall and makes events more inclusive, MLA Michelle Stilwell said.
A silver trophy from a bygone era in the Alberni Valley was discovered at a garage sale in Keremeos but no one knows what it's for.
A new Ministry of Education funding guideline requiring districts to ante up cash surpluses for capital projects raises questions - BCSTA
One man is in hospital recovering from stab wounds and another charged with attempted murder after a stabbing in Port Alberni on Wednesday
Doctor Kofi Affram is the new pediatrician at West Coast General Hospital.
The Hupacasath First Nation is headed back to court to try and keep the federal government from ratifying the Canada-China (FIPPA).
A 46-year-old woman from Port Alberni is in hospital after a head-on collision near Cathedral Grove.
An Alberni man is dead and another in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a single vehicle accident in Duncan on Sunday morning.
Comox doctor brings awareness of Syrian refugees’ plight, plea
for help to Port Alberni
Re-establishing passenger rail on Vancouver Island had to start somewhere and the next step is to resurrect it in Port Alberni
The BC Coroner's Service is analyzing possible human remains found near the site of a floathome that exploded in Uchucklesaht Inlet in March
Port Alberni drivers could be paying more for parking fines if all goes according to plan.
Alberni coun Rob Cole has broken the silence saying leadership and team work—or lack of it—underpin the acrimony between mayor and council.
Port Alberni homeowners will be paying approximately two per cent more in residential tax this year.
An apology from Mayor John Douglas wasn’t enough to persuade his council to reconsider letting him go to Ottawa.
Police are warning Alberni businesses about a group of people who are trying to fraudulently cash American Express travellers cheques.