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Slippery road conditions in Alberni prompted school closures across School District 70 on Friday, superintendent Cam Pinkerton said.
Christmas eve and Christmas Day are work days for members of Port Alberni's emergency services and those who work with the elderly.
More than $60,000 in textbooks are outstanding at Alberni District Secondary School and officials are powerless to recover them.
The trial of an Alberni man accused of killing a local nurse has ended in Nanaimo. The Justice has reserved her decision until March 2014
Port Alberni city councillors have put the brakes on an initiative that would see an outdoor exercise park installed at Bob Dailey Stadium
An idea prompted by a student at Haa-huu-payak School has turned into a gift to typhoon victims in the Philippines.
A new apartment building will be built on Athol Street in Alberni to replace the old one that burned down three years ago.
The city is the official host of the vaunted Polar Bear Swim in 2014.
Alberni RCMP have dealt with 674 domestic violence calls in five years, and is now hiring a domestic violence officer in 2014.
Elementary school students in Alberni take teamwork to new level with social justice initiative.
Pillars with designs painted on them would help beautify the uptown, says public art advocate and South Port businessman Kevin Wright
Poachers have shot and butchered one more elk near Alberni even after the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council posed a $25k reward.
A billboard advertising Port Alberni will attract up to 3.6 million views, city economic development manager Pat Deakin said.
A Tseshaht First Nation member’s dream of playing basketball in the North American Indigenous Games is one step closer to reality.
Attitudes, accessibility, atmosphere top list of obstacles to business growth in Alberni, business retention survey finds.
The first jewel in the crown that was formerly upper Third Avenue has been placed. PY Marine has relocated from Fourth Avenue to upper third
The Maa-nulth Nations will soon have the authority to craft and enforce their own laws around foreshore development in their territories
Qing Quentin Huang, who is charged with trying to pass naval secrets, formerly worked at Alberni Engineering from 2001-2004.
Vandals mowed down fencing at the Greenwood Cemetery on Josephine Road twice in one week.
Port Alberni city councillors voted to update the city’s fire department empowering and fire control bylaws at their Nov. 25 meeting.