Keri Coles

Oak Bay wants more doe from province

Council unanimous: province should pay for academic research portion of deer management plan

Think of Me program shows speeders what is really at stake

Oak Bay Police hand out elementary school students’ drawings with warnings and tickets to speeders

“Do you have time to save a life?”

After finalizing sale of boat, seller borrows it back to save life

GALLERY: Full crowd for Remembrance Day ceremony at Oak Bay cenotaph

Oak Bay Police Deputy Chief Ray Bernoties was Master of Ceremony for the event

Man pulled from ocean after clinging to side of boat for 25 minutes

Oak Bay Municipal Coun. Tara Ney called 911 after hearing shouts for help on her walk to the Oak Bay cenotaph this morning.

VIDEO: 92-year-old WWII veteran united with family of fallen soldier after decades-long search

Oak Bay High students unknowingly enable connection after leaving cards on a grave in France

Oak Bay Fire Department lights up the night

The community was once again treated to a raging bonfire, costume parades, and snacks thanks to Oak Bay Fire and Kiwanis Club.

Willows portables nearing completion

The long wait is almost over for Ecole Willows students and teachers

Petunia & The Vipers play the Upstairs Lounge

“This is without a doubt one of the best shows we’ve ever presented!”- Beacon Ridge Productions

CRD sewage debt: Oak Bay council re-allocates portion to taxes.

With year-over-year increase to CRD sewer debt costs, Oak Bay council passes motion to move 30% from water bill to taxes.

Video: Rocky the squirrel is wild once more

After spending two months at Wild ARC recuperating from a crow attack, Rocky is free once again

Dress code debate continues

Motion to suspend enforcement of dress codes during wait on consultation was defeated on Monday.

ICBC launches Pedestrian Safety Campaign

Almost two times more pedestrians are injured in crashes from November to January than the rest of the year, due to weather changes and the decrease in daylight hours.

Greater Victoria Teachers’ Association files grievance over carpet cleaning cutbacks

‘They sit on the carpet, you read to them, you do math … it’s a teaching area. It’s vital.’

Artists on the Avenue

A group of artists have been painting together every Monday for the 10 years.

Master fiddler Jeremy Kittel returns to Victoria with his genre-defying trio

The Live Music series at the Upstairs Lounge hosts Jeremy Kittel trio on Oct. 27.

Big Brother runner-up, Karen Singbeil, buys longest-running business in Oak Bay.

Willows Park Grocery, operating since 1912, has been bought by Karen Singbeil, of Big Brother fame.

Casey’s Market closing after 80 years

New building owner is shutting down the corner store that has served the community for eight decades

Window to the Salish Sea in place at Cattle Point

Four-panel display celebrates Oak Bay’s coastal and marine wildlife

‘The Tulip House’ goes for new record

Last year Bob Fleming planted 7800 tulip bulbs in his garden. This year he is increasing that number by a few hundred.