Nicholas Pescod

Lantzville’s legal expenses over budget

The district has spent $22,832 more on legal fees for 2017 than anticipated

Councillors recommend raising Lantzville’s legal budget

Legal budget increase will mean tax hike for residents

Nanaimo woman who was adopted can’t get her birth certificate

Manon McGinty, who was adopted in Quebec in the 1960s, says she can’t get social insurance number

Nanaimo barbershop robbery suspect arrested

Suspect scheduled to appear in Nanaimo Provincial Court on Nov. 28

Lantzville staff seeks telecommunication upgrade

Staff suggest phone system operates poorly in bad weather

Timeless tales: Nanaimo racetrack used to roar

Grandview Bowl once hosted the queen; usually it was a place for fast action

Lantzville releases draft of its official community plan

Lantzville’s OCP was last updated in 2005

Nanaimo writer creates flesh-eating-horror comic

The first issue of Witch Creek Road was released online last month

Nanaimo woman has same bike stolen twice in one week

Bike stolen for a second time on the owner’s way back home from the police station

Dry grad desperately in need of volunteers

Organizers for Nanaimo Dry Grad next June are looking to fill five vacant committee chair positions

Long-standing Nanaimo chemical plant to close

Canexus chemical plant will be closed by year’s end

Lantzville approves additional spending on water master plan, official community plan

Councillors voted to spend $20,000 to complete the water master plan and $18,960 more for the OCP

Six people freed after being trapped in elevator

Six people were stuck on an elevator in a building in downtown Nanaimo for more than an hour

B.C. Liberal leadership hopeful Mike de Jong stops in Nanaimo

Former finance minister talks to party members Friday

Public will get to discuss Caillet Road development in Lantzville

CruisePlus looking to remain in the village

Man in skeleton mask robs Nanaimo beer and wine store

An individual armed with a knife and bat robbed the Harewood Arms Beer and Wine on Saturday

Tour de Rock riders cheered on their way through city

Cops for Cancer fundraising cycle tour raises money for Canadian Cancer Society

Lantzville doesn’t have enough water for new connections

District councillors discuss results of recent well field capacity testing

Group opposes potential development at Linley Valley’s Hidden Ridge

Citizen group circulating petition, developer doesn’t foresee compromise