Marc Fawcett-Atkinson

Author Norma Charles reads to Roosevelt students

Norma Charles’s most recent book, “Runner,” on display at Roosevelt Park Elementary

Lax Kw’alaams builds its future with culturally relevant education

Community-wide Earth Day event is part and parcel of the Coast Tsimshian Academy’s unique education

Prince Rupert mayor outlines visions, challenges in Hays 2.0 presentation

The community gathering last made the city’s financial position and vision for the future clear

Report finds failures in governance at Ridley Terminals

Auditor general report outlines shortcomings by senior management at Prince Rupert’s coal terminal

Prince Rupert’s cherry trees get grafts, a second chance

The grafts are part of a plan to restore the trees at the corner of Fourth Street and Second Avenue

In memory: The Western Commander

She was a familiar face the length of B.C.’s coast for over 75-years afloat

STREETER: What did you do for Earth Day?

We asked residents in Prince Rupert what they did for the earth on the weekend

Prince Rupert officer charged after striking pedestrian makes first court appearance

Cpl. Jeff Easingwood’s next appearance will be June 6 2018

North Coast schools get a failing grade in Fraser Institute report

Ranking doesn’t reflect areas where students are strong, says School District 52 superintendent

Cleanup for felled trees in Prince Rupert expected to fall within budget

Gusts reaching 104 km/h downed more than 60 trees across the city

Modular housing coming to Prince Rupert in 2018, announces MLA Jennifer Rice

Construction will begin this summer on 36 units next to the North Coast Transition Society

Fill up your tanks! Gas prices rise across Prince Rupert

Morning price hike likely to reflect summer prices

UPDATE: Dump truck and passenger vehicle involved in crash at industrial park

Two were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries, Prince Rupert RCMP still on the scene

Pinnacle pellets to feed hungry Japanese biomass industry

Canadian biomass company to sell 70,000 metric tonnes annually to Japan by end of 2019

There’s a new face (and hat) at The Northern View

A bit about the View’s spring intern, the stories he likes to write and what he thinks of Rupert

Streeter: How did the North Coast wind storm?

Prince Rupert residents were asked how high winds affected them

High winds dent a silo at the pellet terminal

The 39-meter-high silo in Prince Rupert didn’t escape damage from a windstorm on Tuesday, April 10