Jolene Rudisuela

Sprinkler system bursts at Florence Filberg Centre

Witnesses say water was pouring down from the building’s deck

Crews begin cutting down 100-year-old Comox willow tree

The tree was determined to be unhealthy and is being cut down due to safety concerns

Merville resident looking for help to name original settler families

Janice Isenor is hoping to figure out which families settled where in Merville 100 years ago

Comox Valley Airport evacuated after toaster fire

The fire was quickly extinguished and no flights were affected

Retirees invited to join local PROBUS clubs

The four local clubs offer physical, entertainment and special interest activities

Kidney Foundation warms the ‘soles’ of dialysis patients

3,300 dialysis patients across B.C. are receiving socks to keep their feet warm

Your Repair Depot makes electronic repairs easy

The business offers online appointment booking and real-time repair tracking

Temporary Use Permit issued for Cumberland cannabis shop

Trugreen Solutions will need a business licence from the province to move forward

Habitat for Humanity works to keep metal out of the landfill

Broken appliances are stripped down by volunteers and the sorted metal is recycled

Too Good To Be Threw to reopen in a temporary location

The Comox Valley Transition Society will begin accepting donations at 470 Puntledge Road

Hospital board votes down commemorative water features

An estimate for the water features came in $112,000 over budget

Roe herring fishery approved despite opposition

Conservancy Hornby Island has received over 46,000 signatures on an online petition to close the fishery

VIDEO: Get hired at Black Press Media’s Extreme Education and Career Fair

Over 40 employers looking to hire at 19 Wing Fitness and Community Centre

Valley residents take a stand on old-growth logging

A group of people gathered in front of MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard’s office Wednesday to make their point

Brave the cold to help end homelessness

The Coldest Night of the Year is back, raising money for the Comox Valley Transition Society and Dawn to Dawn Action on Homelessness Society

‘We make our decisions based on science’: Minister brushes off call to close herring roe fishery

Courtenay-Alberni MP Gord Johns speaks out against the fishery in the Strait of Georgia

Jeff Hampton steps down as food bank president after 13 years

Paul Macknight is the organization’s newest president

‘Virtually nothing’ is salvageable after Too Good To Be Threw fire

RCMP say the fire was not started intentionally

Hospital board to consider water features after estimate comes in over budget

The estimate came in $112,000 over the budgeted $100,000

Comox Valley Community Foundation gives out over $170,000 to local organizations

Twenty-one organizations received grants at the Community Enrichment Grant Award Ceremony