Argument leads police to Kilborn Avenue marijuana grow-op

A 34-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with the discovery of a marijuana grow operation at a home in the 1200 block of Kilborn Ave. on June 25. A second male suspect, who police said escaped the night of the bust, is still wanted in connection with the crime.

Argument leads police to Kilborn Avenue marijuana grow-op

An argument between two men drew the attention of police, who uncovered an almost $1-million marijuana grow operation at a home on Kilborn...

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UPDATE: Hunt on for white truck after cyclist killed in hit-and-run on Leitrim

Police have released a photo of a white Ford pick-up truck they say resembles the vehicle involved in a hit-and-run that killed 39-year-old Andy Nevin, as he cycled along Leitrim Road, west of Albion Road, just before 6 a.m. on June 28.

UPDATE: Hunt on for white truck after cyclist killed in hit-and-run on Leitrim

Police are on the lookout for a white Ford pick-up truck and its driver believed to have struck and killed a 39-year-old father of two as he...

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Bikes mean business

Kitchissippi Coun. Jeff Leiper and local web designer David Hicks have launched the website IbikeIbuy.ca to track how much money cyclists spend while parked at the city’s bike corral in Hintonburg.

I bike, I buy: new website tracks cyclist spending

If there’s any doubt the pockets of Ottawa’s cyclists are as deep as their post-ride stretches, Jeff Leiper is hoping to wipe that notion...

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Not in our backyard

Cleary Station, which would be built just north of the First Unitarian Congregation campus, will service trains entirely underground.

Committee approves light rail through Unitarian campus

The Unitarian church is escalating its fight against the city's plans to run light rail through its property.

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Road rage

River road resident Fred Newman speaks at a heated meeting in Riverside South on June 24. River Road homeowners are upset that the Vimy Memorial Bridge has pushed thousands of extra cars onto their two-lane road.

City to consider closing one River Rd turn lane

City traffic experts will consider the effect of closing one left turn lane onto River Road in an effort to appease the angry residents who...

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Green initiative aims to reduce business emissions

Capital Coun. David Chernushenko speaks at the launch of the sustainability program Carbon 613 at the Kitchissippi Brewery on June 23. The initiative by Ottawa’s EnviroCentre aims to help participating businesses reach a 20 percent reduction in emissions.

Green initiative aims to reduce business emissions

Businesses are the lifeblood of any city, but could those in Ottawa be made more efficient when it comes to energy use?

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Fools to ramp up funny for anniversary season

The Company of Fools is set to perform its brand of Shakespeare’s ‘A Comedy of Errors,’ in parks across Ottawa July 2 to Aug. 15. The troupe of professional actors will be showcasing the first full-length production it performed in 1994 to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

Fools to ramp up funny for anniversary season

Twenty-five years after a small band of friends began performing William Shakespeare’s plays on street corners in downtown Ottawa, the...

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Leitrim Road

Police continued to investigate the alleged hit and run Sunday morning.

Cyclist dies in south end hit-and-run: Police

A cyclist has died after a hit-and-run in Ottawa’s south end early Saturday morning, police said.

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