It started out as a routine maintenance shutdown. Then mould was discovered and it became a mould remediation project. This in turn led to discovery...
The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees men's basketball team heads into the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) final eight championship...
Theresa Qadri, left, chair of the Stittsville Food Bank, and Barbara Cordukes, right, a member of the Food Bank's Board of Directors, present retiring Board member Gert Brown, centre, with a gift and a card of appreciation for her long service to the Food Bank.
The Stittsville Food Bank has said farewell to one of its longtime volunteers.
Artists Bernice Hennessy, left, and Maggie Madden, right, stand beside some of the paintings done by the Art Mad Artists of Stittsville which are now on exhibit at the Art Space Wall Gallery at the Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library in Stittsville.
The Art Space Wall Gallery at the Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library has gone "mad" this month.
The two age extremes of the Goulbourn Jubilee Singers and its associated junior choir the JJ's are 82 year old Dwight Martineau, foreground, seated, and 7 year old Clare Davy, background, standing. The over 70 singers altogether in the two choirs has a 75 year age range as indicated by Dwight and Clare.
It's a first and you can be part of it.
Members of the West Ottawa Ringette Association U12 Petite Provincial Red ringette team, silver medal winners in the Association's recent tournament, are, lying at the front, goalie Christopher McMinn
A game tying shot hit the crossbar with the ring coming to rest on the goal line. You can't get much closer than that to a tying goal.
What do you think would make the Richmond community a better place in which to live? Well, if you have any ideas, you should be taking part...
South Carleton High School grade 11 student Alex Gunther of Stittsville is an up and coming figure skater.
To most, the names Patrick Chan, Jeffrey Buttle, Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue are known as figure skaters that are seen performing on...
Liana Pagotto, far left, Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program, Co-operative Education and Technological Education consultant with the Ottawa Catholic School Board, gives a presentation on the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program to students at the "Career Opportunities for Women in the Trades" symposium at Sacred Heart Catholic High School in Stittsville on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
There was an electrician, a police officer, a home building contractor, a licensed gas fitter, a refrigeration mechanic, a plumber, a...