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The Capital City Reds, an independent summer collegiate baseball team comprised of 18 to 22 year olds, are gearing up for their third season, which will include a number of free home games at the Ottawa Champions home stadium in Overbrook.
The city’s ball diamonds are still covered in a blanket of snow, but already the Capital City Reds are thinking ahead to a potential grand...
Parents gather around an Ottawa paramedic to hear about naloxone, a medication that can reverse an opioid overdose. People packed a meeting room at the Kanata Recreation Complex on Feb. 27 to hear from a panel about the abuse of fentanyl and other opioids amongst Ottawa's youth. The meeting was organized by Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley.
Ottawans are trying to come to grips with a wave of opioid abuse — and the resulting addictions and deaths.
Bob Easy, minor hockey coach for for Richmond and Munster, accepts the Mayor's City Builder Award from Jim Watson and Rideau Goulbourn Coun. Scott Moffatt before the council meeting on Feb. 22.
Bob Easy has been a staple on rinks and baseball diamonds in Munster and Richmond since the 1970s.
Easy was given the Mayor’s City...
A mural, located on the Bellevue Community centre, was unveiled on Aug. 24. It was painted by local artist Ryan Smeeton (second from left) and funded by Paint it Up! through Crime Prevention Ottawa. The work was also a collaboration with the Carlington Community Health Centre. Six youth were also involved in the project and provided sketches as inspiration. At the unveiling River Coun. Riley Brockington said the mural was an excellent example of how spending a small amount of monty can really beautify a community.
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Team Ontario skip Rachel Homan (left), third Emma Miskew, second, Joanne Courtney, lead, Lisa Weagle, alternate Cheryl Kreviazuk and coach Adam Kingsbury with the Scotties trophy after they defeated Manitoba to win the national championship.
Rachel Homan is back on top. The skip and her team Ontario won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the women’s national curling championship.
All Saints High School hosted a memorial for student Chloe Kotval, 14, who died on Valentine's Day after taking a drug of unknown origin.
A memorial hosted for Chloe Kotval drew a number of schoolmates who were seeking closure following her death from an apparent drug overdose.
Ten-year-old Cooper Bradley (left) and James Jordan give a presentation on how being an amputee doesn’t stop them from playing hockey to Cooper’s team, the Kanata Dragons.
Ten-year-old Cooper Bradley proved that missing part of both his hands hasn’t stopped him from living a full and active life.
Council approved an exemption to the noise bylaw on Feb. 22 to allow for external announcing of bus stops.
OC Transpo is implementing external speakers to help signalize arrival to visually impaired riders.
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