West Carleton's Todd Nicholson will be inducted into the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame in the athlete category this May.
Area rivers were mainly tranquil on Friday, but are expected to rise quickly on Sunday as heavy rains are forecast.
The warm weather and expected rains have residents in the Upper Ottawa Valley on a flood watch.
The Stonecrest Elementary school band, led by Nicole Vaillancourt, finishes in second place at the Capital Region Music Fest in February.
The senior Stonecrest Elementary School band took second place at the Capital Region Music Fest in February.
Rural Root actors Valerie Maier, Lisa Maranta and Greg Geisler practice a scene for Things My Mother Taught Me at the Constance and Buckham's Bay Community Centre. The production opens April 30.
When the lights go up on the Rural Root stage on April 30, the moment will mark an important milestone in West Carleton community theatre.
Breadventure club members Lindsay Bates, Sarah Dean, Robyn Rochon-Kaiser, Carolyn Russell, Katie Archerckek, Justine Styles and Lauryn Rochon-Kaiser are having a blast with the new 4-H group. The club is holding an achievement day Sunday, April 27 at the Galetta Hall.
The West Carleton 4-H Breadventure Club held its first meeting on Feb. 8 at the Galetta Hall.
A growing crowd of around 200 people - many from West Carleton - packed the Osgoode Community Centre on April 4 for a rowdy meeting discussing strict water-quality guidelines that need to be met before lot severances can be granted in Ottawa.
More than 150 residents, several from West Carleton, crammed Osgoode's community centre to decry that a longstanding water-quality policy...
Tina Ferrone and Liam McGee accept a $48 million cheque at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto.
She bought the ticket on a whim.
The city is urging residents to find other modes of transportation this spring, summer and fall as an even busier construction season ramps up.
Ottawa residents should brace for an even busier road construction season than last year, the city says.
Ten-year-old Olivia Smart is one of three soloists that will be featured in the Arnprior Community Choir's spring concert that will be held May 2 and 3. She is 'decked' out in a cowboy hat and plaid shirt to showcase a Canadian folksong called 'I Got A Home'.
"I'se the B'y that builds the boat ..."