Carlie Connolly

Central Saanich policing costs hit budget hard

Policing costs up 6.3 per cent; overall tax hike still low so far, at 1.39 per cent.

Sidney artist healed by photography

Sidney photographer Richard Fisher holds his first art showing at Serious Coffee; giving back to Victoria Human Exchange Society.

Gypsy moth spray set for April near Central Saanich

Aerial spray program will occur along the Central Saanich border with Saanich.

Fourteen voices and one passion come together in Sidney

Energetic a capella group, Countermeasure will perform at the Mary Winspear Centre next Wednesday.

Young soloist concert back in Sidney, this time with ten musicians

Sidney Classical Orchestra will present its Young Soloists concert next week.

Relief printmaking with Victoria’s Nicholas Vandergugten

Vandergugten will teach some workshops at McTavish Academy of Art in March.

Woodwynn Farms in Central Saanich seeking worker housing

A society that helps homeless people is hoping to accommodate more at their farm.

Central Saanich Police investigate all reports of sexual assault

Sexual assault report on unfounded cases ‘a long way from disbelief,’ says Central Saanich Police Chief.

A look at what happens behind the scenes for Saanich Peninsula’s Pen. Players

Intro to Community Theatre and an introduction into all realms of Pen. Players.

Stanhope Organics can continue its practices in Central Saanich

District of Central Saanich reaches a settlement with Stanhope Dairy Farm.

Central Saanich looking to the sun

Central Saanich is looking at taking steps to become a regional leader in solar energy.

A step towards truth and reconciliation in Central Saanich

Central Saanich, Greater Victoria Public Library plan more activities on reconciliation.

North Saanich’s Bennett Coles reaches out to first time authors

North Saanich author talks about his latest book and breaking into the world of publishing.

Saanich Peninsula Chamber shining light on local business stars

This week is Chamber of Commerce week, a week dedicated to Chambers to demonstrate the value they provide their communities.

Working from real life with Victoria artist Bryony Wynne Jones

Bryony Wynne Jones will be teaching two workshops at McTavish Academy of Art come March.

Good things can come in small packages in Sidney art show

Small Expressions art show will see various art work on display in Sidney for most of March.

Central Saanich’s Stelly’s Theatre project in need of community angels

Theatre program at Stelly’s Secondary School would provide large, future benefit for kids.

Local heroes honoured in Sidney

Mark Perkins and Stephen Donaldson recognized for saving man from burning car.

Stage Stars take to the stage for practice in Sidney

Karen Clark Dance Studio dancers will perform in the Mary Winspear Centre in March to prepare for upcoming competitions.

Sidney’s new ice-cream shop with a purpose

Ryan Oakley and Brittany Green open Pop’s Icecream Shop and donate some proceeds to BC Cancer Foundation