Balcony fire in Herongate quickly knocked down

A balcony fire at an apartment building in the Herongate community was quickly brought under control by Ottawa firefighters on April 23.

Balcony fire in Herongate quickly knocked down

Smoke coming from a 12th-floor apartment balcony at a high-rise tower in the Herongate community prompted almost 40 firefighters to respond...

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Pineview Community Association president steps down after a year

Heather Scott, left, and Lynn Lau started the Pineview Community Association in 2014.

Pineview Community Association president steps down after a year

When Lynn Lau, first moved to Pineview from Edmonton four years ago, she felt there was something missing.

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Team Ragoon

From left, Béatrice-Desloges high school Grade 10 students Dominique Payer, Alexis Raymond, Laurence Bougie, Alexandre Levesque, Andrew Ingram and Mathew Gaerke, who form a Destination Imagination team. The team will travel to Tennessee on May 18 to compete in the international Destination Imagination competition.

Béatrice-Desloges students to flex their imaginations at international competition

A group of six students from Béatrice-Desloges will travel to Knoxville, Tenn., to compete in the Destination Imagination competition’s...

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Hintonburg brewer waits for clarification on craft beer laws

Hintonburg’s Beyond the Pale Brewery is planning to move its retail store from Hamilton Avenue to a larger space at City Centre, though they’d like to have two locations if new laws allow it.

Hintonburg brewer waits for clarification on craft beer laws

Changes to Ontario’s alcohol retailing structure in this year’s provincial budget could be good news for one Hintonburg brewer, but for now...

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Book launch

Beaverbook author Kathy Clark signs her new book, The Choice, during the launch of the book at the Beaverbook branch of the Ottawa Public Library on April 18.

Auschwitz survivor’s story inspires lost daughter, Beaverbrook author

Beaverbrook author Kathy Clark launched her latest book, the second inspired by her parents’ experiences during the Holocaust, on April 18...

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Kitchen fire displaces a dozen Fairlea area residents

A kitchen fire at a row house in the Fairlea community on April 24 caused extensive damage to two units, displacing a dozen Gateville Private residents. An investigator has ruled the fire accidental.

Kitchen fire displaces a dozen Fairlea area residents

A dozen people have been forced to find other places to stay after a kitchen fire broke out in a row house and spread to a neighbouring...

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Terry Tufts performs at Manotick United Church

Folk musician Terry Tufts is the star attraction of an afternoon concert at the Manotick United Church on Saturday, May 9. Tickets are $30, or $80 for a family pass.

Singer happy to help United Church keep a clean roof

Folk singer Terry Tufts promises to keep his between song banter “clean” when he takes the stage at a fundraising concert at Manotick’s...

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Author publishes first novel

Manotick author Holly Bodger holds an advance copy of her first published novel, 5 to 1, in her writer’s room at her home. She will be featured at a book signing at an Indigo store in Barrhaven on Saturday, May 16.

Manotick author emerges as new voice in teen fiction

Holly Bodger has been harnessing her imagination through the written word since a very early age. She wrote her first book, a two-page...

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