Lauren Boothby

First edition Spider-Man comic for sale in Victoria

The rare magazine is selling for $500,000 but may be worth up to $1 million.

First edition Spider-Man comic for sale in Victoria

The rare magazine is selling for $500,000 but may be worth up to $1 million.

Suspected impaired driver arrested after Victoria rear-end crash

Prohibited from driving three weeks ago, driver blows twice the legal alcohol limit this time

Police track movements of deceased woman

Euarchol Wanichpan’s disappearance in Saanich was considered suspicious

A dinner under the stars is raising money for BC Children’s Hospital

Harbour Ferries will be donating a special performance in the harbour for guests

GVPL launches new website

Library’s website aims to make accessing services easier

Grid search in dead body investigation underway

Police continued the investigation surrounding the body found at S.J. Willis Education Centre in Victoria.

DND union in Esquimalt protests privatization of naval ship maintenance

National decision could affect jobs on the West Coast, union says

Balloons cause power outage in downtown Victoria

B.C. Hydro said more than 5,000 were without power for about an hour

‘Vancouver-esque’ 989 climbs downtown skyline

New, modern condo tower adds “Vancouver-esque” feel to Harris Green area

Steel shipment draws attention

The tugboat and barge drew onlookers as the long-awaited shipment arrived last night

RCMP musical ride performing this weekend in Greater Victoria

Equestrian performers will be in Topaz Park on Saturday, Royal Roads on Sunday

Long awaited steel for Johnson Street Bridge arriving soon

The first shipment reached North Vancouver on Sunday, and will arrive in Victoria on Tuesday.

BC Ferries reports record-breaking traffic for first quarter

Vehicle traffic was the highest it’s ever been, and passenger traffic is the highest it’s been in over 20 years for the months of April, May and June.

Victoria faces major bill to clean up contaminated park

Former Songhees burial ground at Laurel Point became an industrial area

UVic live dive from Nunavut a Canadian first

Alumni will be making a splash in the Arctic waters live on Facebook

Victoria business owners weigh in on minimum wage increase

While the increase is favourable to workers, small-business owners may find it challenging.

Tenting in Victoria city parks is up this summer

‘Tourists’ blamed for increase, with shelter beds numbers also up

Victoria’s skyline could soon be reaching higher

Half of Townline’s Hudson Place project could extend up to 29 storeys high.

V2V ferry out of commission

Company is making alternative arrangements until vessel is repaired