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Bus services planned for Duke Point area in 2018

Proposed 5,000 expansion transit hours to provide riders access to five ferry sailings each day

World stage experience motivates Butterworth even more

Former Oceanside athlete has set her sights on 2020 Olympics

Young Generals tame Wolves for first win

Goalies key to Oceanside’s successful penalty killing

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      Grown, baked and eaten all at Rusted Rake

      Young family opens Nanoose Bay eatery on their organic farm

      Finalists announced for 2017 Torch Awards on Vancouver Island

      These awards handed out by the Better Business Bureau honour companies that demonstrate ethics and integrity.

      Generals fail to weather Storm

      Oceanside team faces Buccaneers tonight in Nanaimo

      Pair to keep Parksville Qualicum Beach seniors fit, active and living at home

      New business hopes to fill gap in seniors care with day program

      Fleming-Alho wins bronze in longsword

      Cascadia Martial Arts instructors savors experience from Las Vegas CombatCon

      Oceanside Kustoms moves shop to Errington

      New location will provide owners more room to bring in more cars

      Annual Thunderbirds softball camp set to soar again

      Oceanside to host BC Summer Games try outs for 2018

      Qualicum Beach school aims to prep children for kindergarten

      Vancouver Island School of Early Childhood Education opening second location in Nanaimo

      RDN to celebrate Active Aging Week

      Annual event highlights variety of activities older adults can try to engage in

      Parksville businessman a well-rounded woodworker

      Dave Byers invents insulated logs for use in live-in yurts

      Royals bag bronze at provincials

      North Island squad end season on a high note

      A small Qualicum brewery doing its darndest to stay small

      Love Shack Libations a one-man show, but getting plenty of attention

      Generals to open summer camp Friday

      Between 40 to 45 players expected to vie for spots in Oceanside