Kyle Wells

Tom MacDonald

First new fountain installed on Galloping Goose trail

Galloping Goose users, of both two and four-legged varieties, now have a place to quench their thirst

Tom MacDonald

Column: The horror, the horror

There’s beautiful leaves, pumpkin-flavoured everything and blankets. Oh, and blood-soaked movies.

Brush with artists Demonstrating her technique

Metchosin, Sooke artists open doors to visitors

Tour offers insight into West Shore artists’ workspace

Brush with artists Demonstrating her technique
This septic tanker crashed and rolled across the Trans-Canada Highway Wednesday. The driver escaped with minor injuries.

Sewage hits the fan on the Trans-Canada

TCH northbound lane closed near Thetis Lake for septic truck rollover

This septic tanker crashed and rolled across the Trans-Canada Highway Wednesday. The driver escaped with minor injuries.
Captain Bill Day pilots M.V. Grey Selkie during the first day of service by Baseline commuter ferry service between the Colwood and Dockyard sides of CFB Esquimalt.

New base ferry picks up the slack

At 6 a.m. on May 1, more then 200 people lined up at the CFB Esquimalt Colwood “D” jetty for a quick boat ride across the harbour.

Captain Bill Day pilots M.V. Grey Selkie during the first day of service by Baseline commuter ferry service between the Colwood and Dockyard sides of CFB Esquimalt.

Credit card scam active in West Shore

West Shore RCMP is asking local merchants to be diligent about not manually keying in customers' credit card numbers.

Drunk driver nearly runs over police officer

A police officer had a close call at a speed trap in Metchosin last Thursday when he had to dodge out of the way of a vehicle.

Millstream elementary grade 6 students Callum Buchanan (left) and Alex Borsholm stand with vice principal Mark Kaercher during Pink Shirt Day celebrations.

Principal goes pink to highlight anti-bullying

It was a sea of pink at schools in the West Shore as students and staff donned their brightest in a show of support against bullying.

Millstream elementary grade 6 students Callum Buchanan (left) and Alex Borsholm stand with vice principal Mark Kaercher during Pink Shirt Day celebrations.