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Oak Bay’s Sophie de Goede battles with a trio of Reynolds Roadrunners for a rebound in senior girls basketball action Tuesday night.

Oak Bay outguns Roadrunners

Breakers hold down No. 2 ranking for B.C. senior girls

Oak Bay’s Sophie de Goede battles with a trio of Reynolds Roadrunners for a rebound in senior girls basketball action Tuesday night.
Russell Freethy looks over the notice from B.C. Assessment informing him that his property assessment will be increasing by more than 27 per cent in 2015.

Assessments soar for some Oak Bay properties

Homeowner sees property assessment jump by more than 27 per cent

Russell Freethy looks over the notice from B.C. Assessment informing him that his property assessment will be increasing by more than 27 per cent in 2015.
Pam Copley believes Oak Bay needs more housing options for younger families.

Former councillor committed to community plan

Pam Copley expects housing to play a key role in Oak Bay’s future

Pam Copley believes Oak Bay needs more housing options for younger families.

Bottle drive will fund future Scout programs

The 5th Garry Oak Scouts will be collecting for their annual bottle drive Saturday in Oak Bay

Tourney promises Classic competition

The New Year’s Classic Tennis Tournament returns for a 35th year Jan. 5 in Oak Bay

Principal Dave Thomson keeps a watchful eye on the construction of the new Oak Bay High. The building should be ready to welcome students when the new school year begins in September.

New era set to dawn on Oak Bay High

Construction scheduled to be complete this summer on new state-of-the-art school

Principal Dave Thomson keeps a watchful eye on the construction of the new Oak Bay High. The building should be ready to welcome students when the new school year begins in September.
Glenlyon Norfolk School Grade 3 student Nicholas Delorme hands over the 466 filled Christmas stockings and clothing items raised by students to Cliff Powers of the Extreme Outreach Society.

Glenlyon students fill stockings for a cause

Students from Glenlyon Norfolk School fill 466 stockings for Extreme Outreach Society

Glenlyon Norfolk School Grade 3 student Nicholas Delorme hands over the 466 filled Christmas stockings and clothing items raised by students to Cliff Powers of the Extreme Outreach Society.
Bob Carter presents an award to Joan Halvorsen for her 35 years of service as executive director for Oak Bay Volunteer Services.

Volunteers display commitment to community

Joan Halvorsen recognized for 35 years of service as part of volunteer appreciation

Bob Carter presents an award to Joan Halvorsen for her 35 years of service as executive director for Oak Bay Volunteer Services.

Oak Bay Fire investigates suspicious fires outside school

Youths suspected of setting three separate fires at Monterey school

Oak Bay realtor Cassie Kangas has a budget sheet she goes over with all prospective buyers giving them an idea of the additional costs that go along with the purchase of a home.

Homefinders: Costs can sneak up on home buyers

Down payment not the only expense homeowners need to keep in mind

Oak Bay realtor Cassie Kangas has a budget sheet she goes over with all prospective buyers giving them an idea of the additional costs that go along with the purchase of a home.
Crews look over a Woodlawn Crescent home that was filled with carbon monoxide as a result of blasting conducted at a neighbouring property.

Blasting forces Oak Bay family from home

District issues stop-work order after family spend night in hotel

Crews look over a Woodlawn Crescent home that was filled with carbon monoxide as a result of blasting conducted at a neighbouring property.
Red Art Gallery’s Marion Evamy goes over some of the pieces that will be in the upcoming Holiday Art Exchange with Victoria Women’s Transition House board member Laura Atkinson

Oak Bay gallery gets into the giving spirit

Red Art Gallery's Holiday Art Exchange raising funds for Victoria Transition House

Red Art Gallery’s Marion Evamy goes over some of the pieces that will be in the upcoming Holiday Art Exchange with Victoria Women’s Transition House board member Laura Atkinson
Provincial title eludes Oak Bay teams

Provincial title eludes Oak Bay teams

Barbers finish fourth and Breakers 12th at B.C. high school volleyball championships

Provincial title eludes Oak Bay teams
Ron Carter is set to head out on another Embrace the Night walk to coincide with Saturday’s full moon.

Walkers embrace the night

December's walk in Oak Bay will coincide with the Dec. 6 full moon

Ron Carter is set to head out on another Embrace the Night walk to coincide with Saturday’s full moon.

Oak Bay High honours fine arts alumni

10 arts teachers, leaders and those who went on to high profile arts careers inducted into Distinguished Fine Arts Alumni

MLA touts geothermal energy as alternative to Site C dam

Report shows that B.C. has significant potential to develop geothermal and other renewable energy projects

Festival rides into rec centre

Oak Bay rolls out third annual bike festival for Saturday

Oak Bay group targets ivy removal

The Friends of Uplands Park are inviting community volunteers to come out for an invasive ivy removal event on Nov. 30

Power shifting at Greater Victoria school board

Current chair believes three new trustees will shift the balance of power, with the majority of trustees backed by the teachers' union

The Oak Bay Breakers senior girls volleyball team won their first Vancouver Island championship since 1973 with a 3-1 win over the Belmont Bulldogs.

Oak Bay nets pair of Island titles

Oak Bay proves to be the class of the Island in both senior boys and senior girls volleyball

The Oak Bay Breakers senior girls volleyball team won their first Vancouver Island championship since 1973 with a 3-1 win over the Belmont Bulldogs.