Sheri Regnier

Cameras on Greater Trail buses aid investigations

CCTV footage has supported investigations almost 3,500 times to date, including 360 police cases

Trail council talks taxes

The rate increase is sitting at 3.5 per cent early in 2019 budget deliberations

New agency awarded WorkBC employment services in Trail

Nelson’s Kootenay Career Development Society will take over WorkBC programs effective April 1

Updated: Highway 22A re-opened after early morning accident

DriveBC is advising that Highway 22A is shutdown due to a vehicle incident

Lounge set to re-open at Trail Legion

A fire the night of Jan. 2 forced the East Trail site to shut down all operations

Snowfall warning in effect for Kootenay Boundary

Environment Canada warns of heavy snowfall over night, flurries for Wednesday

Renter beware: Online rental scam happening in Trail

Don’t be giving anyone money if you can’t get keys to have a look or meet the person, realtor warns

River rising in Trail

For up-to-date reservoir elevation and river flow information, visit BC Hydro’s website

Tell the Times

Web Poll: Have you been the target of petty theft in Trail?

Passenger count down, fuel sales up at Trail Regional Airport

Heavy snowfall into the spring and ongoing wild fires in 2018 impacted landings at the Trail airport

Trail area homicide investigation continues

Jan. 14 marked one year since Jordan Workman was discovered in the trunk of a burnt car

Updated: Outbreak prompts advisory for visitors to extended care wing in Trail hospital

A respiratory infection has been active in Poplar Ridge Pavilion since Monday, advises IH

Trail police seek to ID more loot recovered during weapons search

Trail RCMP recovered numerous weapons and stolen items after search at Fifth Avenue residence

Trail officially launches Community Safety Task Force

Terms of Reference (mandates) for both the new groups are available on the city’s website

New affordable housing in the works for East Trail

The proposal involves tearing down the old McBride Manor house and building a “nine-plex”

What’s in store for Trail in 2019?

Trail council will be advancing a strategic plan to guide them through the next four years

Snow doesn’t stop Trail skateboarder

Blake Cuthbert has been clearing out the bowl at the East Trail park so he can ride his board

Wrap up of 2018 Columbia River Treaty talks in the Basin

Basin communities gave feedback on Columbia River Treaty in 10 meetings held last summer

One way for B.C. to ring in 2019

Jan 1: The province is reminding British Columbians to commit to emergency preparedness this year

No rate increase for FortisBC electricity users

Natural gas will go up in 2019, electricity won’t for FortisBC customers