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The Ladysmith RCMP is asking for information about a late-night graffiti spree along Chemainus Road.
You can contribute ideas to a portable mural this Thursday (Aug. 29) at the Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery.
The BC Coroners Service identifies two men — one from Ladysmith, one from Courtenay — as victims in fatal crash Aug. 16.
Public cleanup scheduled for September 15 at Kin Beach Park in Chemainus.
Ladysmith's Rachel Jerome nets silver in Midget Girls Long Jump, wins relay gold as Team BC-Yukon sets new national age-group record.
Mayor and councillors, acting as volunteers, plan a movie night to raise funds for Tour de Rock.
Ladysmith Fire/Rescue faced a busy week last week, responding to numerous fires and a gasoline leak.
A section of the Holland Creek Trail will remain closed through the end of September as workers construct a new chlorination plant.
Chemainus resident Dan Spence reviews rules for roundabouts, suggesting few people understand how they're supposed to work.
Ladysmith's McKenzie Saysell suffers a concussion and whiplash during second-round match at Rugby Canada's National Champsionship Festival.
A collision late Monday morning between a motorcycle and a car on Highway 1 south of Ladysmith sends rider to hospital.
Chip Nary and Alexa Grier, creators of Happy Zak Products, prepare for their nationwide debut when season eight premieres October 2.
Bloom of Noctiluca scintillans stains surface of Ladysmith Harbour and surroundings flourescent orange over the August long weekend.
Classic-car convoy rolls through Ladysmith and Chemainus in advance of 10th annual Ladysmith Show and Shine festival.
Sections of the Holland Creek Trail near the Arbutus Reservoir closed as city constructs new chlorination facility.
This year's race series has been canceled, but the event will return for summer 2014, race organizers say.
Local residents and visitors thronged to Aggie Field and Transfer Beach park over the weekend for the community's premiere summer festival.
Eleven-year-old Knelson won five medals, placed third overall for 12-and-under girls at Canadian Age Group Championships.
North Cowichan exempt from fire ban that went into effect in North Oyster, Ladysmith and Saltair Thursday, August 1.
Maureen Martin's lauded for her contributions to historical society, museum, community theatre and numerous other causes and endeavors.