Thousands of dollars worth of items were recovered after a pair were arrested for a string of break ins.
These mental symptoms aren't officially associated with seasonal allergies, whose more obvious signs are a runny nose and bloodshot eyes. But they're there, all the same.
THE FOLLOWING is a selection of volunteer opportunities from various community organizations, made available through Volunteer North Shore, a service of North Shore Community Resources Society.
Wilderness at Your Doorstep: A celebration of pioneer history Sunday, May 19, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Lynn Headwaters Regional Park, North Vancouver. Explore relics from early logging and mining days at BC Mills House. Discover more about everything from hiking to bears to archaeology. Free. Info: metrovancouver.org or 604-432-6359.
AS mentioned last column, we're into Agave Week (May 1924), which culminates in the International Tequila Expo (May 24, Hyatt Regency, 6-9 p.m.), that benefits B.C. Hospitality Foundation.
A remarkable weight and inch loss program that provides significant results in just a few weeks.
The Art of Healthy Living: A series of workshops with Vancouver's top health and wellness professionals will run until June 23 in West Vancouver at the Ferry Building Gallery, 1414 Argyle Ave., Ambleside Youth Centre in Ambleside Park and Lawson Creek Studio, 1756 Argyle Ave. Info: ferrybuildinggallery.com. Registration: 604-925-7270.
The Highlands Formerly Married Club held a dinner party at one of the club member's homes April 20. The social club for formerly married men and women was founded in 1971 and offers fellowship and social activities that appeal to adults primarily 50+. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month. New members are currently being recruited. For more information, phone Joan Southern at 604987-5906 or David Gavine at 604-985-9404.
FOLLOWING Tuesday's provincial election, B.C. is finally slated to get some dependable poles.
CITY of North Vancouver council is looking to create a "vision" for its central waterfront district.
District of North Vancouver Next regular council meeting, Monday, May 27, 7 p.m. dnv.org
IT has changed names, moved locations and undergone a major expansion, but its role as a centre for faith in the community has remained unchanged for 100 years.
THE lawyer for a North Shore man who stole cigarettes from London Drugs during the June 2011 Stanley Cup riot is asking a judge to let his client off without a criminal record.
RESIDENTS in Moodyville are not welcoming the news that Port Metro Vancouver and BC Hydro are set to install high-voltage transmission lines down St. Davids Avenue.
PUNDITS and pollsters from both sides of the political spectrum were wiping the proverbial egg off their faces in the wake of Tuesday's unexpected Liberal victory.
THE man responsible for the 2009 stabbing death of a woman in West Vancouver's Lighthouse Park has been handed a 10-and-a-half year sentence.
A former Tsawwassen resident will serve more than two years in prison for sex-related charges.
Despite efforts to preserve it, an eagle habitat made up of four tall Douglas Firs in White Rock was ordered by city staff to be torn down Friday due to a development on an adjacent property on Victoria Avenue.
A Mission RCMP officer running down the hall yelling at people to get out of the building was the thing to alert Megan Varty-Abrosimoff that a fire was tearing through her apartment building.
Steve Yap, owner of The Willows and a longtime Mission businessman, was at the Best Western Hotel Friday morning securing new homes for his tenants, including in apartments at his three other rental complexes.