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Peninsula Minor Baseball Association’s mosquito Red Sox crowd around their trophy after winning the City Championships tournament on Monday at Rotary Park. They’re the first Peninsula team to take the honour.

Mosquito Red Sox own the city

Peninsula Red Sox baseball team win City Championships baseball tourney

Peninsula Minor Baseball Association’s mosquito Red Sox crowd around their trophy after winning the City Championships tournament on Monday at Rotary Park. They’re the first Peninsula team to take the honour.

Pope having a butler raises eyebrows

Reader wonders whether religion's capital not souls, but power and the bottom line.

As Queen goes, so goes Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth's 60-plus years on the throne likely insurmountable duration

School trustees right to stand on principle

Cowichan trustees keep word on restoring budget, Greater Victoria was close to "needs budget only" strategy

Lack of confidence key factor in crashes

Lane discipline not practiced by many Canadian drivers

Free-roaming cats bother dog owner

Picking up after roaming cats is not reader's idea of fun

Dog owners’ rights trample those of others

Many people, especially children, are afraid of dogs

Pets provide comfort to those in need

Visiting with dogs waiting patiently for owners on street is enjoyable

Road rage incidents prompted by ‘enforcers’

Changing our attitude when on the road is key to avoiding angry incidents

On-leash animals unpredictable

Negative dog experiences of others confirmed by reader's story

Four track and fielders off to B.C. Summer Games

Peninsula Track and Field Club members selected for B.C. Summer Games zone 6 team

City’s dog rules necessary for safety

Runner and cyclist has been harassed by dogs in past

Parkland rowers pull ahead to semifinals

Grant Shapka, Edward Gawne head to semis with doubles performance

ANNI ZERRATH: Lovely colours of summer starting to show through

This “June-uary” go visit other peoples’ gardens around the Saanich Peninsula

Members of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club join the sailpast and receive a blessing with holy water by Honorary Chaplain Edward Taylor during the opening day of the club

Royal Victoria Yacht club shows its colours

Historic open house Saturday June 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Members of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club join the sailpast and receive a blessing with holy water by Honorary Chaplain Edward Taylor during the opening day of the club

Canada’s economic future tied to resource sector

Environmental worries ignore levels of federal bureaucracy

High speed main factor in traffic deaths

Alberta highways a good example of dangerous roadways

Let’s get moving on E & N project

Plenty of work that could be getting done now to prepare tracks area

Dog ownership rules restrictive in city

Bylaws make it tough to get around with a dog and no vehicle

Politicians, executives should respect austerity

Former government employee fears for our financial futures