Josh Massey

Community involvement emphasized by Terrace RCMP inspector

Prevention key to reducing crime, detachment commander tells Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce audience

Traffic lights, turn lanes to be added to Sande Overpass

Province says this will ease traffic bottleneck in Terrace, B.C.

Full-time bylaw officer coming to Terrace, B.C.

The days of shooting off fireworks on your back lawn, parking wherever you'd like without consequence may be over

Property taxation era dawns in the Nass Valley

Sales tax, income tax, and now property tax have been introduced as the Nisga’a Lisims Government works on establishing revenue sources

Hotel breaks ground in Thornhill

A 93-room Holiday Inn is set to be built across Hwy16 from Copperside and the Northern Motor Inn outside of Terrace

Terrace zoning bylaws enter 21st century

Those who may assume their requests at city council meetings fall on uncaring ears should take note of the story of a local carpenter

River crossing design key to new BC Hydro power line

“When you do a project like this, you do have an impact on the environment,” said BC Hydro operations manager Robert Smith

Terrace council opposes Stewart border closure plan

And city backs project to highlight the history of the Second World War in Terrace, including a 1944 army mutiny.

Roberts handily returns as Kitsumkalum head

Kitsumkalum chief councillor Donald Roberts was voted in for a fifth two-year term in band elections held Feb. 26

Million dollar reno underway at BC Housing complex

The Terrace, B.C. apartment building is being overhauled because of leaking windows and damaged stucco exterior

City of Terrace treads lightly on Thornhill

Despite a motion to not interfere in Thornhill's decision, mayor says provincial study will need Terrace's participation at some point

Skeena Valley golf course denied city money

Some Terrace city councillors questioned the facility's finances

Terrace city council boosts grants thanks to surplus

City council has dipped into its surplus to finalize how much money community groups and services should get this year

Haugland Ave. residents to pay for paving

The city's 2015 preliminary budget also contains money for a Walsh Ave repave and money to study traffic flow in the Bench

Golf course denied city money

The decision was one of several reached by council Feb. 17 as it met for the last time to decide who should receive grants this year

Blue bag express

A deeper look at Terrace's first year of curbside recycling

Hotel developer ready to get back on schedule

The owner of the future Sunshine Inn in Terrace, B.C. says his crew will be back on the site in March

Delegate suggests City of Terrace ease business tax

The Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce makes its case as budget season progresses

Terrace city council gives work camp liquor permit the thumbs up

The proposed 200-400 person camp will house workers who would build a natural gas pipeline to feed the planned Kitimat LNG plant

Tahltan agree to temporary discharge permit at Red Chris mine

Tahltan Nation president Chad Day says the council is keeping with an agreement signed between it and Imperial Metals last August