Charla Huber

Animals saved from house fire in Langford

Two tenants unharmed after fire starts in kitchen of home

COLUMN: I don’t want to be tolerated

There is a big difference between accepting something and tolerating it

Brotherston pleads guilty in Colwood man’s death

Greg Brotherston pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the Supreme Court of B.C., yesterday

Plaza ghosts reveal tale of working gals

Vignettes address Plaza Hotel’s hotbed of history

UPDATE: Boy hit by truck dies in hospital

13-year-old boy struck by a pickup truck on Sooke Road Tuesday has died

Political anger fuels art exhibit

Being angry with former U.S. President George Bush got Frank Mitchell’s brush moving.

UPDATE: Good Samaritan dies, Brotherston still in custody

A 57-year-old man died from head injuries, and Highlands resident Greg Brotherston has been charged with the assault.

Bringing home the bacon: Metchosin farmer plans ahead

West Shore residents won't be short-changed despite predicted pork shortage

Column: Get comfortable being uncomfortable.

I met a lady a couple of months ago who said she had written this saying on her wall.

Locked out NHL player Ryan O’Byrne to join Victoria Grizzlies coaching staff

Ryan O'Byrne, Colorado Avalanche defenceman, has returned to his native Victoria to coach the Jr. A Grizzlies

Brush fires keep fire departments busy

Cooler weather hasn’t changed the extreme fire warnings on the West Shore.

Community rallies around Hannah Day

Even though Charmaine Partington has never met Day or her family, the young girl’s story hit close to home.

Bear Mountain buzzing with honey

This year marks the first big honey harvest at the Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort and Spa with about 500 pounds of the sticky sweetener.

Toopy and Binoo bring theatre to tots

Live action, animation and giant screens add to colourful production

Cyclists assaulted and robbed in Langford Sunday

RCMP are asking anyone who witnessed an assault and bicycle theft on Atkins Avenue at 10:45 p.m Sunday to come forward.

Harley Davidson finds a home

Nanoose Bay resident bought five tickets to the Harley-Davidson raffle hosted by Langford and Sooke fire departments.

Langford Lake gets stirred up

On Sunday, Langford installed new aerator, which replaces an older, smaller machine that had regulated oxygen levels in the lake since 1985

Giving all kids a chance to play

Langford program helps parents who couldn’t otherwise afford to get their child into sports

Metchosin girl rocks on BMX

Seven-year-old Janel Church has just won a national BMX championship in Langley, B.C.

Noxious weed endangers horses, Metchosin animal advocates say

Tansy ragwort – an invasive plant that has bright yellow flowers and can be found along roadways – can be toxic to horses or cows