Delayed arrival

One of six new trains arrive at Carleton station Monday morning with Transit Commission chairman Stephen Blais, left, and OC Transpo general manager John Manconi aboard. The train was delayed half an hour because of a signal glitch.

Switch glitch mars expanded O-Train launch

An error with the O-Train’s signal system left passengers stranded – some for more than an hour – on Monday morning just as city officials...

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No flow

City crews are scrambled to thaw out frozen pipes like this one displayed at a briefing on Friday, Feb. 27.

City scrambles to fix deluge of frozen pipes

City staff are asking for patience as crews scramble to deal with a flood of frozen water pipes across Ottawa.

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Truck stop

An articulated truck blocks traffic on Manotick Main Street on Feb. 24 after getting caught on overhead wires and knocking over a traffic light.

Truck accident renews call for local study

An oversized truck that knocked down a traffic light in the middle of Manotick on Feb. 24 has residents pushing even harder to get trucks...

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On the ice

Derek Rumig works on a rink in South Nepean Park. Rumig is one of a few volunteers that maintain the area’s rinks. The Havenlea Chapman Mills Community Association needs more helping hands to keep rinks in operation.

Barrhaven association turns to community to help save rinks

Barrhaven might be at risk of losing some of its outdoor rinks, as one of the area’s community associations is struggling to attract new...

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Tree plan

The city is set to plant 14 trees in General Burns Park.

General Burns Park to get new trees

The city is set to spruce up General Burns Park.

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Full circle

Manotick dancer Chris Stuewe is leading the choreography for the Greely Players' production of Peter Pan this spring.

South Carleton alumni comes full circle with Peter Pan

Dancer and choreographer Chris Stuewe is finding himself back where it all started as he tackles the choreography for the Greely Players’...

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Rural roots

Greely resident Jordan Kennedy, left, and his sketch comedy partner Brian Crosby will return to the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival this March for 10th anniversary celebrations.

Greely comedian explores rural roots at Toronto festival

Greely native Jordan Kennedy will breathe new life into that age-old debate between city dwellers and rural folk during two performances at...

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Luda Vidisheva

Luda Vidisheva, 39, of Bells Corners, was found dead after a three-alarm fire that destroyed her home on Feb. 19.

Victim of Bells Corners fire remembered as ‘tenacious’

The partner of a woman killed in a Feb. 19 fire says the victim, Luda Vidisheva, once told him she found scorched insulation near a wire in...

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