Get into the Christmas spirit by supporting Pennies for Presents

Caitlin McKay encourages Chronicle readers to consider supporting our annual Pennies for Presents campaign.

The importance of remembering

Reflecting on remembrance and the idea of courage after the events surrounding Remembrance Day.

Social media is not a saviour

The Oct. 27 earthquake off the coast of Haida Gwaii showed us social media is not a reliable method to alert people of danger.

Ladysmith has already made an impression on new reporter

The Chronicle welcomes new reporter Nick Bekolay, who is looking forward to expanding on the paper's multimedia work.

United Way campaign reaches far

The United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island's Change Starts Here fundraising campaign can have a big impact in Ladysmith.

Farewell Ladysmith

Chronicle reporter Niomi Pearson says goodbye after one and a half years at the paper.

Appreciating our firefighters

During Fire Prevention Week, the Chronicle thanks our local firefighters for everything they do.

Wins keep coming for Cowichan Pringle

The Cowichan Division One men's soccer team, LMS Pringle, are scoring goals and winning games

Tour de Rock opens our eyes

We're lucky to share in some of the heart-warming stories when the Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock comes to Ladysmith each year.

Show your team spirit this Friday

Wear your favourite team jersey to school or work this Friday (Sept. 28) and donate $2 to Kidsport.

Terry Fox’s legacy lives on in Ladysmith

Terry Fox Run participants and volunteers continue to keep Terry Fox's legacy and his dream of finding a cure for cancer alive.

We want to hear from our readers

The Chronicle has launched an online survey that runs until Oct. 21.

Oil refinery idea is a tough sell

An editorial by the Victoria News looks at David Black's proposed to build an oil refinery in Kitimat.

Mitch Wright’s next move

The Chronicle wishes former editor Mitch Wright luck as he leaves the newspaper industry behind.

Congratulations on another great Ladysmith Days

Congratulations and thank you to the dedicated volunteers who make Ladysmith Days such a success.

Help Ladysmith schoolchildren stock the lockers

August is Stock the Lockers Month in Ladysmith, and those involved are hoping to raise $4,000 for students in Ladysmith and North Oyster.

Ladysmith Days parade call for entries

The Ladysmith Kinsmen are looking for more entries for their Ladysmith Days parade, which will take place Sat., Aug. 11.

Welcoming a new face

The Chronicle welcomes intern Caitlin McKay to our newsroom.

Beautiful Brits better our beach

Niomi Pearson writes about Brits on the Beach, Ladysmith's annual all-British car show at Transfer Beach.

Community comes together in the face of grief

One way to respond to tragedy and sadness is to band together to honour those we've lost and help others at the same time.