Chris Bush

Person of interest in Makayla Chang murder case arrested on unrelated charge

RCMP won’t say why Steven Michael Bacon was recently arrested or where he is being held

Nanaimo Harbour’s Entrance Island was the warmest place in Canada on New Year’s Day

Nanaimo set a record for warmest Jan. 1 temperature at 13.4 C

Vigil on Gabriola supports Jewish camp following anti-Semitic graffiti incident

Children’s summer camp was desecrated in mid December, just before Hanukkah

Nanaimo’s bold swimmers will brave the waves on Boxing Day

Beach fire, live music and prizes at 60th annual Frank Ney Memorial Polar Bear Swim

Friends call for donations to buy new wheelchair for Nanaimo woman who has MS

Marguerite Stevenson needs to replace wheelchair to regain independence

Man in Santa hat suspected of robbing Nanaimo bank

RCMP investigating robbery at Bank of Montreal in Terminal Park

Santa helicopters into Nanaimo for hospital visit

Santa and B.C. Air Ambulance team bring cheer to sick children on annual hospital hop

Smoking wires on vehicle delay ferry at Nanaimo’s Departure Bay

Ferry workers, truck driver use extinguishers after short circuit in commercial truck trailer

Suspects steal from Lantzville coffee shop before it even opens

Police allege three people captured on security video involved in break-in on Snaw-Naw-As Road

Workers at auto dealerships in Nanaimo and Victoria set up picket lines

Sixty GAIN Group detailers, technicians, service advisors went on strike Friday

Nanaimo mechanical engineer writes thief tracking program

Nanaimo Thief Tracking lets users plot and share information about thefts online

UPDATE: Furry fire victims recovering in Nanaimo

Two dogs and cat recovering from smoke inhalation expected to make full recovery

Kitchen fire in Nanaimo sends one man to hospital

Fire damage displaces tenant and visiting family members from Sixth Street residence

Nanaimo blues musician’s mother’s home burglarized and ransacked

Judy Woodruff discovers bedroom of home in south Nanaimo turned upside-down; jewelry and art stolen

Gogo’s tree farm celebrates 90th year of growing Christmas trees

Gogo Christmas tree farm has grown Christmas trees since 1929 and started U-cut business in 1984

Nanaimo’s November was much drier than normal

Region got less than one-third normal rainfall for month and 2019 trending toward driest in 10 years

Nanaimo’s angels help those in need at Christmas time

With Christmas Angels program, it’s often the little things that count, says Volunteer Nanaimo

Give and Go donation drive for holiday charities happens this week

Food, clothes and cash sought at drive-thru donation drive Friday evening at Steve Marshall Ford

Nanaimo RCMP to stay at schools for the rest of day following threat

Police, school district say measures are precautionary

Decision awaited on Tilray employees’ vote to unionize

United Food Commercial Workers Union hopes Nanaimo vote a foot in the door in cannabis industry