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The Peninsula Panthers played until the final buzzer Monday night, but it was simply not enough.
Registration for the Peninsula Track & Field Club is fast approaching.
The two bitter opponents open a best-of-seven semi-final playoff series tonight in Esquimalt.
NANAIMO – Vancouver Island Building Excellence (VIBE) Awards announced April 16.
Road race this Sunday is part of the Island Race Series.
Chamber event sparks little debate on progress in the three local municipalities.
Black Press journalists named in writing, photography and online categories.
Areas now have kennels, heating and more comfortable benches
No change in fares at BC Ferries this spring because of a new fuel rebate
Eleven multisport partners have joined forces to create the viaSport Regional Alliance,…
Annual festival returns to two-week length starting March 12
One Greater Victoria-based company has found a way to turn $35,000 into $100,000.
Big weekend looms as Panthers near the end of the 2015/15 VIJHL season.
New book, Tod Inlet, A Healing Place, subject of talk on Jan. 14 by Gwen Curry.
Coast Capital Savings and BC Games Society team up again for 2016 BC Games
Westshore Wolves come to Panorama Friday night in a South Division tilt.
Used.ca is headquartered in Victoria, BC and is a part of Black Press Community Media.
A $2.5 million partial reconstruction of the District of North Saanich municipal hall begins on Monday, Nov. 2.
There’s a new pamphlet out this month, designed to educate drivers about how to use roundabouts properly.
The Panthers take on the Kerry Park Islanders on Friday night.