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Lesley Clint and David Havemann were looking for a way to connect with the Nelson community
There have been many heated debates around the Nelson council table involving issues such as the legalization of marijuana
Offering delectable dining options in a vast array of tastes, food trucks are populating urban streets across North America
BC Hydro has unveiled the new model for its Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, which takes a more independent and regional approach.
The owners of Nelson's The Royal on Baker share the motivation behind the Save the Royal campaign.
Nelson Star reporter and vurb editor Megan Cole bids the community farewell as she heads to Vancouver Island.
Volunteers involved with fundraising for the devastated town of Onagawa, Japan, are fending off criticism around use of the money.
The Wooden Sky have travelled across Canada, the US and Europe on their longest tour, and now they head back to Nelson.
Nelson will be back in the extreme sport spotlight this winter as Red Bull prepares to setup for another snowboard series at Baldface Lodge.
With the holidays on the horizon, parties areon the rise and that may mean more stress but here are some tips to help.
The prevalence of water metering may be on the rise in Canada and BC, but city council is divided on whether Nelson should follow the trend.
Last week, Nelson signed a municipal partnership agreement with the District of Kaoma, Zambia.
Nelson city councillor Bob Adams is among the latest local recipients of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for community service.
Delhi 2 Dublin are no strangers to Nelson and the West Kootenays. They've played Shambhala and sold out shows at Spiritbar.
The last time the Great Bloomers stopped in Nelson they opened for Yukon Blonde, now they are headlining their own tour.
The Nelson Police Board is looking to city council for help with the administrative burden
Nelson city council have rejected a proposal from a developer to build a narrow, modern home in a heritage neighbourhood.
Plans for Nelson’s Festival of Lights have been scaled back after word came they would only receive $10,000
It has been 41 years since the iconic rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar debuted and now Nelson will show its version.
The Nelson Civic Theatre Society has the support of the City after council voted to develop a letter of intent.