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The house where a serious assault with an edged weapon took place on April 25, 2017. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)

‘Horrific attack’ in Oak Bay remains a mystery

It’s been over 18 months since a woman was attacked with an edged weapon in Oak Bay

The house where a serious assault with an edged weapon took place on April 25, 2017. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)
Bartlett Tree Experts removes a chestnut tree that was poisoned on Beach Drive in Oak Bay. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)

Large poisoned tree in Oak Bay coming down today

The tree removal is expected to take all day

Bartlett Tree Experts removes a chestnut tree that was poisoned on Beach Drive in Oak Bay. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)
Oak Bay residents Monica and Michael Miller say people from all over the city have been visiting their residence, located at 2311 Lansdowne Road, to check out their Halloween decoration. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)

This Oak Bay home’s Halloween decoration will put a smile on your face

The family tradition started 18 years ago; now their fan base is growing

Oak Bay residents Monica and Michael Miller say people from all over the city have been visiting their residence, located at 2311 Lansdowne Road, to check out their Halloween decoration. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)
Oak Bay police ‘patient’ but ready to make arrests if campers don’t leave

Oak Bay police ‘patient’ but ready to make arrests if campers don’t leave

Vehicle access restricted to waterfront segment of Uplands Park

Oak Bay police ‘patient’ but ready to make arrests if campers don’t leave
Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle and Eileen Grant, emergency programs manager with the District of Oak Bay, share information about the annual Great British Columbia Shake Out. The B.C.-wide, one-and-a-half-minute drill will take place Oct. 18 at 10:18 a.m. (Flavio Nienow/News staff photo)

Hundreds of thousands of British Columbians to take part in earthquake drill

The B.C.-wide, one-and-a-half-minute drill will be held Thursday

Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle and Eileen Grant, emergency programs manager with the District of Oak Bay, share information about the annual Great British Columbia Shake Out. The B.C.-wide, one-and-a-half-minute drill will take place Oct. 18 at 10:18 a.m. (Flavio Nienow/News staff photo)