Michael Briones

Regional District of Nanaimo wants water quality issues addressed quickly

‘Those videos are disturbing that there’s water in the regional district that is of this poor quality’

Island running clubs keeping the feet churning through the pandemic

Oceanside Running Club challenges members to raise funds on their own for charity

Family-friendly mountain biking trails a new attraction at Englishman River Falls Provincial Park

New facility officially opened June 18 with ribbon-cutting ceremony

Former Vancouver Island student makes his mark in Hollywood

Qualicum’s Harrison Houde an inspiring act for youngsters to follow

Parksville boy donates birthday money to COPS for Cancer

Youngster presents cash to Oceanside RCMP

Mid-Island lacrosse player recruited by Ohio’s Lourdes University

Qualicum’s Tanner Allan set to suit up for Gray Wolves

Illegal waste dumping increased in Regional District of Nanaimo last year

RDN collected 74 tonnes in 2019, up from 49 tonnes in 2018

Second World War veteran celebrates 100th birthday in Qualicum Beach

Mavis Martin given special motorcade, letter from Queen Elizabeth

COVID-19: Garage sales should follow mass gathering guidelines

No specific restrictions against popular yard sales taking place

Search and rescue crews help locate 62-year-old Nanoose Bay mountain biker

RCMP: Man got lost on trail and did right thing by calling for assistance

Parksville athlete sprints her way to the University of B.C.

Desvaux looks forward to joining T-Birds track and field team

COVID-19: Qualicum Beach man stages concerts for charity out of his garage

Larry MacDougall says reception from neighbours has been heartening

Long wait to reopen is over for Vancouver Island gyms

Fitness centre owners taking safety measures they expect to be in place for some time

COVID-19: Parksville bowling lanes open, but booking required

Owner implements safety measures to protect staff, bowlers

ICET provides Qualicum Beach with $250K for East Village project

Town expects revitalization plan to attract more developments

RDN says water in French Creek still potable despite levels of iron, manganese

Strategy to improve water quality being established

Reddish-brown tap water raising concerns near Qualicum

French Creek campaign urges Regional District of Nanaimo to make Sandpiper system a priority

COVID-19: Parksville tennis courts, lacrosse box to re-opened for fun

Sports courts for casual play only, not organized teams