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31st annual Penguin Plunge

31st annual Penguin Plunge

New Year's baby makes her entrance less than three hours into 2013

THE newest citizen of the North Shore made her entrance just two and a half hours into 2013. Acacia Dawn Langley, North Vancouvers New Years baby, was born at 2:32 a.m. Jan. 1 to parents Danielle and Shawn Langley of Deep Cove.

Cold weather adds to shelter's workload

North Van's homeless shelter has run above capacity since the day it opened

Road rage bat wielder avoids jail

Conditional sentence for assault with aluminum baseball bat

Criminal charges follow BCSC fraud fine

West Van man lied to investors: commission

N. Shore stats sum up life - and death

PEOPLE on the North Shore live a little longer, have babies later and have both a lower birth and death rate than the provincial average. That's according to information released by B.C.

Hamburger rage issue settled

AN assault charge has been dropped against a B.C. Crown prosecutor who got into a shoving match with an elderly man in a North Vancouver McDonald's.

West Van man dies in marina mishap

A West Vancouver man was found dead at a Sunshine Coast marina Sunday after apparently succumbing to carbon monoxide poisoning.

Celtic ensemble sparks youth's interest in violin

THE North Shore Celtic Ensemble was on stage, fiddling as their audience brimmed with excitement. For violinist and future music teacher Jesse Kazemir, it was his first big show with the youth group.

What's going on

Ambleside Orchestra rehearses Wednesdays, 3: 15-5: 30 p.m. at Highlands United Church, 3255 Edgemont Blvd., North Vancouver. Intermediate level of musicianship required. Bring a music stand. Info: David, 604922-1035.