Jordyn Thomson

Time flies: One year of TIME Winery in Penticton

The Martin Street winery held an open house on Friday to celebrate its big milestone

South Okanagan real estate market continues to stabilize, millennials eager to become homeowners

SOREB President Dori Lionello said millenials are carefully watching the market

Penticton Reads Mean Comments: Mayoral Edition – Part Two

Mayor John Vassilaki is back with more mean comments and more laughs

Penticton Reads Mean Comments: Mayoral Edition

Watch Mayor John Vassilaki address some of his harshest criticisms

Markers to be installed along Penticton channel

Float Penticton wants to help emergency services better locate those in need on the river

Supplies, donations needed for Penticton Wide School Drive

The initiative is collecting school supplies for all grades in all Penticton schools

City sees mixed results after one month with no sitting, lying on downtown sidewalks bylaw

Penticton bylaw supervisor Tina Siebert said no tickets have been issued for violating the bylaw yet

RCMP, fire department investigating suspicious fire at Penticton’s Pirate’s Cove

An interior fire broke out at the bar and strip club on July 7 at approximately 2:30 a.m.

Okanagan Valley on watch for severe thunderstorms this weekend

Central, North and South Okanagan are all on watch for heavy rain, strong wind gusts, hail and more

City schedules planned power outages for July 20

Portions of Industrial Avenue E, Government Street and Carmi Avenue will be affected

DPA launches new summertime evening market on Thursdays

Penticton’s Front Street will be bustling with activity beginning July 11 from 4 to 8 p.m.

Winnie Brave delivers foot-stompin’ music

The husband-wife duo hail from Alberta and gave up farming to lead a “life less ordinary”

Penticton council prioritize community safety and design, asset management

The three new strategic priorities will guide policy creation and decision-making until 2021

Council supports master plan for Penticton’s Robinson Property

The property will eventually be developed to the benefit of all of its users

Penticton reaches settlement deal with municipal workers

Members of CUPE Local 608 will have an opportunity to ratify the deal on July 9

Foundry Penticton youth centre officially opens

The centre is the result of collaboration between multiple organizations and years of fundraising

BCAA Play Here awards $100,000 for Oliver skate park revitalization

The project was voted for by residents across B.C. after being selected as a top six finalist

Letter: When the elevator is down, who you gonna call?

Wheelchair-bound resident has trouble finding help when elevator in residence is out of order

How to celebrate Penticton’s landmarks on National Historic Places Day

The Penticton Arts Council, Museum and Archives have special events planned at three locations

Fresh start for 20 women fleeing abuse in Penticton area

The Rotary Club of Penticton earmarked $10,000 for hope chests for SOWINS’ clients