Nanaimo News Staff

Editorial: Drop-in centre presents some different solutions

A drop-in centre with an array of services would present chances for people to make connections

Bag of hockey equipment turned in to police

Men’s hockey gear found at Brooks Landing shopping centre

Motorcyclist dies as fire, crash happen at the same time on Nanaimo Parkway

Young male motorcycle rider collides with one vehicle, then struck by another

Special weather statement forecasts hot weekend ahead on mid Island

Environment and Climate Change Canada advises residents in Nanaimo and Duncan to take precautions

Nanaimo school district loses principal of aboriginal education

Anne Tenning takes position with North Okanagan-Shuswap school district

Thieves break through wall to steal unique baseball jerseys

Incident happened overnight Wednesday at Nanaimo Minor Baseball Association office on Third Street

Disintegrated engine part caused smoky cabin on Nanaimo flight

Failure of steel spring compromised efficiency of carbon seal, notes TSB report

City will not fund Nanaimo Recycling Exchange facility

Councillors vote 6-2 against granting NRE’s request for $6.05 million plus interim costs

Nanaimo RCMP teddy bear looks forward to cross-Canada travels

Police asking public to help document Nanaimo Bear’s journey via Twitter and Facebook

RCMP teddy bear from B.C. looks forward to cross-Canada travels

Police asking public to help document Nanaimo Bear’s journey via Twitter and Facebook

Nanaimo school trustee seeks second term

Scott Kimler announces he will run again

Nanaimo’s old Island Highway getting fresh pavement

New pavement to be laid down on nine kilometres of roadway; work slated to start Monday

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school board signs off on budget

Budget includes $58 million in teacher salaries, $4 million in initiatives

18-year-old arrested after a stabbing at Nanaimo’s Discontent City

Incident happened at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday; victim recovering from a ‘life-threatening stab wound’

Editorial: Community takes ownership of our public art

Case of the stolen Rock Dragon shows Nanaimo cares about its temporary public art

Another vehicle crashes and rolls over on South Forks Road

No one hurt in accident, which happened south of Nanaimo on Tuesday evening

City of Nanaimo hires interim CAO

Jake Rudolph has been appointed as interim chief administrative officer

100-plus women care about dementia care home in Nanaimo

100-plus Women Who Care Mid-Island present $12,900 to Eden Gardens

UPDATE: Motorcyclist was airlifted to Victoria after crash on Stewart Avenue

Ducati motorcycle and Jeep sport-utility vehicle collided on Stewart Avenue on Monday afternoon

UPDATE: Wildfire west of Nanaimo Lakes under control

B.C. Wildfire Service lists Rush Creek fire at 10 hectares