Nanaimo News Staff

City of Nanaimo issues building permit for Gordon Street hotel

Ground-breaking for $21-million project anticipated this spring

Tender goes out for intersection work at Westwood and Jingle Pot

Intersection will be getting stop lights

Maple Sugar Festival features family fun, francophone-style

Maple bar drinks will be poured through ice luge at festival showcasing French Canadian culture

Nanaimo RCMP and police dog track suspect through wintry backcountry

Assault suspect arrested after two-hour track by police dog Jager through snow and steep terrain

Realtors hope that their help can make miracles happen for sick kids

Re/Max of Nanaimo donates $86,000 to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

Nanaimo RCMP share road trip tales from Bear’s cross-Canada adventure

Nanaimo RCMP Bear makes it to Grey Cup and Irish pubs en route to Newfoundland

Nanaimo RCMP looking for missing man

Scot Labelle, of no fixed address, has not been seen or heard from since Jan. 4

Nanaimo Clippers beat league’s best team on trip

Clippers get past the Chilliwack Chiefs 2-1 as BCHL regular season winding down

Finalists announced for Nanaimo Sport Achievement Awards

Winners will be honoured at an awards gala Friday, Feb. 22 at the Coast Bastion Hotel

Four Nanaimo athletes make Team B.C. for Canada Winter Games

Judo, synchronized swimming and boxing athletes qualify for games in Red Deer, Alta.

Genealogy exploration can uncover unexpected connections

Kathy Jones will present Beginning with Genealogy as first ElderCollege talk Feb. 23 in Nanoose

Nanaimo RCMP to host summer youth camp

Youths can discover if they have the mettle to be a Mountie at five-day camp in July

Malcolmson is now officially Nanaimo’s MLA

Sheila Malcolmson took the oath of allegiance Thursday in the B.C. legislature

Happy Valentine’s Day

It’s Feb. 14 and love is in the air in Nanaimo

VIU hockey faces key games

Mariners hockey plays Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15-16, at Nanaimo Ice Centre

Editorial: British Columbians depending on affordability promises

Following last month’s campaigning, throne speech introduces coming initiatives

Coins for Kids campaign was able to help with gift-giving

News Bulletin campaign raised $2,500 each for the Boys and Girls Clubs and Great Nanaimo Toy Drive

Artwork livens up conference centre lobby

NANAIMO – The All About Animals art exhibition is on display in the VICC’s Pipers Lagoon Lobby

RCMP seek help identifying man alleged to have defrauded bank of $70K

Nanaimo incidents took place at Brooks Landing and Commercial Street RBC branches

Snowfall expected to taper off today

More flurries coming in the evening, but only another 5 centimetres forecast to fall