Capital City Reds eye third season

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.

A worried community

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.

Foul play suspected

Thunder Bay investigators have released a video and a series of still images of a group of people who may know what happened to Ottawa resident Justin “Milky” Duncan who was reported missing in that northern Ontario city last November. It’s been reported that Duncan may be connected to a double shooting last May in Blossom Park.

Paint It Up!

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.

Lightning strike in Manotick

A Manotick homeowner reported a lightning strike caused electrical issues to the home in the early morning hours of Feb. 25. A bolt hit a shed on the property, and affected electrical systems inside the house and caused a small mattress fire to break out.

Trophy

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.

Chloe Kotval

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.

Heritage Day celebrates My Canada 150

Jane Anderson, a volunteer with the Rideau Goulbourn Historical and Elaine Eagen, the program and visitor experience officer at Watson's Mill showcase the Mill's programs during Heritage Day at City Hall on Feb. 21.

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