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The Saanich Fairgrounds put in a new riding ring, which management and users alike say is well worth the cost.
Celebrating the release of their debut EP, Much More Than Merry Men, local teen band The Archers will be hosting a show at the Mary Winspear Centre Aug. 26.
Sidney Community Music School finds new locations around Saanich Peninsula
A Pauquachin family rebuilds after fire destroyed their home
New and experienced kayakers wanted for annual cancer fundraiser
Costa Rica projects inspire local awareness swim
The trial for two men accused of starving and hanging a horse came to an end this week with the decision to adjourn the verdict until September.
The local branch of the Amateur Radio Relay League got the opportunity to test out its new emergency response radio bus when it participated in the North America-wide annual radio Field Day
Local shop Peninsula Signs was recognized in a national competition this month for its brightly coloured 3-D work on Sidney candy store Lolly Gobble.
In November 2010, the Peninsula News Review told the story of Atsikana Pa Ulendo (Girls on the Move), a girls secondary school in Malawi, Africa
Sunglasses essential in protecting eyes against sun
It may be months away, but John Doyle of Doyle and Bond garden design is already in the Christmas spirit.
Thousands of dollars worth of scholarships and other awards were handed out to deserving Parkland secondary school students at the school’s annual awards day, held on June 29.
The heritage society that oversees the restoration of the old West Saanich School in Brentwood Bay, is celebrating its supporters with a new donor recognition tile wall, built in front of the school at Pioneer Park.
A North Saanich home was quickly engulfed by a blazing house fire Thursday morning, but fire crews say everyone inside the home at the time — including the family dog — made it out alive.
Panorama Recreation Centre hosted its first Rally for the Kids late last month, raising more than $8,000 for adventure therapy program Power to Be.
The Lower Vancouver Island purple martin, thanks to help from the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, has soared in numbers from a low of 10 pairs to more than 800 pairs in the last few years
Kelset school secretary Bonnie Patterson celebrates retirement