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Fire Hydrant Hit

Fire Hydrant Hit

At approximately 6:45pm on Friday March 22nd a fire hydrant at the corner of 16th St W and Lonsdale was struck by a vehicle and overturned. The driver reportedly sped off.

Bright lights

North Shore Music Festival and Workshops Representatives of the North Shore Registered Music Teachers Association held the 42nd annual North Shore Music Festival and Workshops at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in North Vancouver March 3-15.

Plymouth school repurposed

THE shuttered Plymouth elementary school in east Seymour is destined for new life as a place of education again.

West Vancouver council OKs housing action plan

Community consultation on plan's ideas earmarked for fall

NORTH SHORE'S restaurant guide

$ Bargain Fare ($5-8) $ $ Inexpensive ($9-12) $ $ $ Moderate ($13-15) $ $ $ $ Fine Dining ($15-25) LIVE MUSIC OPEN MIC/KARAOKE DJ BIG SCREEN SPORTS WIFI WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE AUSTRIAN Jagerhof Restaurant $ $ $ Best Little Schnitzel House in Town 71 L

Clark's big gender gap may not close

IT'S often said that men and women seem to be from different planets, and that certainly seems to be the case when it comes to political attitudes in this province. Women in B.C.

Auto Show roars into Vancouver this week

THE Vancouver International Auto Show zooms back into the Vancouver Convention Centre this week, showing off the best of the British Columbia auto industry in a stunning ocean side location March 26-31.

Painting's for Picasso and homeowners

YOU may have heard that house prices here on the North Shore are higher than a weed-smoking mouse sitting in the Pope's hat. With my typing man's wages I haven't yet found a way to take that first step onto the property ladder.

Port backtracks on power lines

will examine options

WV employees help catch suspect

A break and enter suspect is behind bars following tips from the West Vancouver District Watch Program, according to a release from West Van police.