Kristyn Anthony

Lt. Ron Clancy onboard an Orca-class vessel in Patricia Bay. HMCS York Twitter photo

Former CFB Esquimalt naval officer charged with sexual assault

Lt. Ronald Clancy faces two counts of sexual assault in connection to alleged summer 2017 incidents

Lt. Ron Clancy onboard an Orca-class vessel in Patricia Bay. HMCS York Twitter photo
Gilles Lepine (left), senior athletics director at UBC, kids with Clint Hamilton, director of UVic athletics and recreation as their schools prepare to battle it out for the first ever Legends Cup series. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS

UVic, UBC rivalry gets official status with launch of Legends Cup

Bragging rights, coveted trophy on the line in new series between longstanding rivals

Gilles Lepine (left), senior athletics director at UBC, kids with Clint Hamilton, director of UVic athletics and recreation as their schools prepare to battle it out for the first ever Legends Cup series. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS
BC Transit tests second electric bus on Victoria streets

BC Transit tests second electric bus on Victoria streets

The battery-powered zero emissions model will follow transit routes for two weeks in an operational capacity only

BC Transit tests second electric bus on Victoria streets
Linda Langevin (left) holds a framed photo of a crayfish fossil discovered by her late husband David Langevin and his colleague John Leahy, the late husband of Bernita Wienhold-Leahy (right), a gift from the Royal BC Museum for donating David and John’s collection of 18,000 fossils, some 52 million years old, found at McAbee Fossil Beds Heritage Site near Cache Creek, B.C. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS

Royal BC Museum in Victoria receives donation of 52-million-year-old fossils

Over 18,000 specimens from heritage site outside Cache Creek, B.C. will lead to new scientific discoveries

Linda Langevin (left) holds a framed photo of a crayfish fossil discovered by her late husband David Langevin and his colleague John Leahy, the late husband of Bernita Wienhold-Leahy (right), a gift from the Royal BC Museum for donating David and John’s collection of 18,000 fossils, some 52 million years old, found at McAbee Fossil Beds Heritage Site near Cache Creek, B.C. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS
First responders join families, friends and volunteers in Centennial Square on International Overdose Awareness Day in 2017, to honour those lives lost to opioid-related deaths.                                 Photo contributed

‘Stigma is on every level of our society’: Victoria to mark International Overdose Awareness Day

Centennial Square gathering Aug. 29 to remember, but more importantly, to educate

First responders join families, friends and volunteers in Centennial Square on International Overdose Awareness Day in 2017, to honour those lives lost to opioid-related deaths.                                 Photo contributed
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Intoxicated man drives to Victoria police station to report cell phone theft

Officers were “astounded” and handed down a 24-hour driving prohibition, impounded vehicle

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Affordable housing needs mandated policy: Victoria, Esquimalt councillors

New policy would require developers to ensure 10-15% of units are affordable rentals

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The incident Friday Aug. 17 at Ogden Point left one vehicle damaged after horses from Victoria Carriage Tours veered into it. Cathy Heronemus photo

Horses from Victoria Carriage Tours involved in second incident in three months

Witnesses: Horses veered into a parked vehicle, smashing windows, climbing onto roof with front hooves

The incident Friday Aug. 17 at Ogden Point left one vehicle damaged after horses from Victoria Carriage Tours veered into it. Cathy Heronemus photo
Amy Vincent and Andrew Engqvist from Silver Rill Berry Farm help a customer pick out some locally grown produce at the Goldstream Farmers Market at Veterans Memorial Park in Langford. James MacKenzie/BLACK PRESS

B.C. Farmers’ Market Trail a one-stop virtual guide to the goods

New website assembles, profiles 145+ farmers’ markets throughout B.C.

Amy Vincent and Andrew Engqvist from Silver Rill Berry Farm help a customer pick out some locally grown produce at the Goldstream Farmers Market at Veterans Memorial Park in Langford. James MacKenzie/BLACK PRESS
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Saanich police investigating sexual assault in broad daylight

Social media lit up with accusations incident took place at Regina Park tent city

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The impaired driver of a vehicle collided with this VicPD Patrol van on the corner of Cook Street and Dallas Road shortly after 3 a.m. Tuesday morning. VicPD photo

Impaired driver crashes into Victoria police vehicle, injures officer

Cook Street collision occured in the early morning hours of Tuesday

The impaired driver of a vehicle collided with this VicPD Patrol van on the corner of Cook Street and Dallas Road shortly after 3 a.m. Tuesday morning. VicPD photo
UPDATE: Motorcyclist involved in Cook Street crash dies

UPDATE: Motorcyclist involved in Cook Street crash dies

A serious crash sent two to hospital on Monday night

UPDATE: Motorcyclist involved in Cook Street crash dies
V2V ferry service to add daily trips from Vancouver to Victoria for fall

V2V ferry service to add daily trips from Vancouver to Victoria for fall

New routes will move home base to the mainland, allow guests more time in Victoria

V2V ferry service to add daily trips from Vancouver to Victoria for fall
Victoria athletes bring home 18 medals from Special Olympics Summer Games

Victoria athletes bring home 18 medals from Special Olympics Summer Games

A slew of hardware comes in colours of gold, silver and bronze in swimming, softball and gymnastics

Victoria athletes bring home 18 medals from Special Olympics Summer Games
The statue of Sir John A. Macdonald has adorned the front steps of Victoria city hall since 1982. Nicole Crescenzi/VICTORIA NEWS

Removal of Macdonald statue prompts confusion over City process

Coun. Coleman: We have made people very angry in this process and that has not been helpful.

The statue of Sir John A. Macdonald has adorned the front steps of Victoria city hall since 1982. Nicole Crescenzi/VICTORIA NEWS
Incumbent Mayor Lisa Helps chats with Tracy James (right) and other supporters at her Fort Street campaign headquarters Aug. 7. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS

Lisa Helps opens campaign headquarters, a ‘space for the community’

Mayor and team park office on Fort Street to support merchants hit hard by bike lane construction

Incumbent Mayor Lisa Helps chats with Tracy James (right) and other supporters at her Fort Street campaign headquarters Aug. 7. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS
The statue honouring Sir John A. Macdonald outside Victoria City Hall will be removed Aug. 11. Dawn Gibson/BLACK PRESS

Victoria to remove Sir John A. Macdonald statue from City Hall

Decision made in 2017 through approval of Witness Reconciliation Program

The statue honouring Sir John A. Macdonald outside Victoria City Hall will be removed Aug. 11. Dawn Gibson/BLACK PRESS
Christopher Liske, one of the recipients of a repurposed bike donated by U-bicycle said his new wheels will make it a lot easier to get to and from appointments. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS

U-bicycle donates 25 repurposed bikes to Anawim House

Non-profit society will gift “new” wheels for riders to keep permanently

Christopher Liske, one of the recipients of a repurposed bike donated by U-bicycle said his new wheels will make it a lot easier to get to and from appointments. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS
Ken Guenter, who taught in the Fine Furniture/Joinery program at Camosun College for close to 20 years is a co-curator of ‘Making It: A Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Camosun College’s Fine Furniture Program’ on now at Legacy Gallery. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS

WATCH: Making It – Camosun College celebrates 30 years of fine furniture

Take a seat in this interactive exhibition with an innovative approach to craftsmanship

Ken Guenter, who taught in the Fine Furniture/Joinery program at Camosun College for close to 20 years is a co-curator of ‘Making It: A Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Camosun College’s Fine Furniture Program’ on now at Legacy Gallery. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS
Merridale Cider’s proposed Dockside Green location would include a brewhouse for producing beer, as well as a full-service restaurant, taproom and retail space. Photo contributed

Merridale Cider to move into Victoria and start brewing beer

Cobble Hill craft cidery looks to open brewhouse and distillery at Dockside Green by fall 2019

Merridale Cider’s proposed Dockside Green location would include a brewhouse for producing beer, as well as a full-service restaurant, taproom and retail space. Photo contributed