Despite signs stating otherwise, narrow sidewalks in the city will get plowed.
The Glebe Business Improvement Area announced Andrew Peck is the new executive director for the shopping district starting Dec. 9.
New director named for Glebe BIA; Neighbourhood 'is a jewel, so to say I'm excited is an understatement'
Representatives from the Ottawa Catholic School Board and United Way Ottawa's board of directors show offthe final cheque for the school board's 2013 fundraising campaign at the board's Nepean office on Nov. 26.
Catholic school board surpasses United Way fundraising goal
South Pointe resident Natalia McPhedran has self-published a parenting book that focuses on raising children capable of surviving in the real world.
New parenting book promotes raising capable kids
Tysen Lefebrvre shot some hoops, ate lunch and chatted with comedian Adam Sandler at his production studio in Los Angeles last November. Tysen was inspired after meeting the famous Saturday Night Live comedian, and now wants to raise money to provide wishes for 100 other children.
'I want other kids to have the same experience I did'; Stittsville teen on a mission to make 100 children's dreams come true
Metcalfe residents Scott and Heather Munro have been fostering children for the past 14 years, and will host an annual reunion on Dec. 14 for their former foster kids to decorate gingerbread houses in time for the holidays.
Gingerbread reunites foster family
City staffer Kyle Carson speaks with Old Ottawa South residents about the updated plans for the traffic management plan covering Riverdale Avenue and surrounding streets.
Cycling, speed top concerns on Riverdale Avenue; New traffic management plans offers speed bumps, signage and parking as solutions
Sgt. Gary Switch with the Ontario Provincial Police talks to a driver during the kickofffor the Festive RIDE campaign on Nov. 22. Police set up a RIDE check point at the Eagleson Road eastbound on-ramp for the Highway 417, asking drivers if they'd been drinking and letting them know about the program.
Police kick-off Festive RIDE season; 'We're making progress, the numbers are going down but they're still not tolerable': officer
For those planning to travel during the holiday season, police are advising residents to take steps like putting lights on a timer and finding a friend or neighbour to keep an eye on the property to keep criminals at bay.
'Tis the season to protect your home, police warn; Residents should be vigilant as Christmas crime spikes