Volume 15 Week 45

Thursday, June 7


 

Posted June 10

Posted March 22

People's Choice
Award winner

Posted March 16

online survey

Orléans Ward
Bob Monette

Beacon Hill,
Cyrville Ward
Tim Tierney



 

 


Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Monette announces retirement, will not seek reelection afterall
LOCAL NEWS 2: City presents Brian Coburn extension options at open house
LOCAL NEWS 3: Two more names added to Navan Community Builders Wall
VIEW POINT: Brian Coburn extension debacle another example of poor planning
LOCAL SPORTS: Mukendi leads JV Panthers to win over Essex Ravens
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Louis-Riel sprinters lead the way at East Region track and field championships
LOCAL SPORTS 3: Knights successfully defend high school rugby championship
ARTSCETERA: O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre


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LOCAL NEWS
After serving four consecutive terms on city council, Orléans Ward councillor Bob Monette has decided not to seek reeelection in next fall's municipal election. File photo

(Updated 9:30 a.m., June 13)
Bob Monette announces retirement, will not seek reelection afterall
In a surprise move to most City Hall observers, veteran city councillor Bob Monette will not seek reelection in Orléans Ward next fall and instead will step down after four terms in office to focus on his family.

City presents Brian Coburn extension options at open house
City planning staff recently unveiled six different options for the future Brian Coburn Boulevard extension and other traffic mitigation plans in the Bradley Estates-Chapel Hill South area during an open house at the Rendez-vous des aînés on Innes Road. (Posted June 4)

Two more names added to Navan Community Builders Wall

High school hockey team reunites to mark historical anniversary

Cumberland Village bakery has well-earned following

Thieves steal 250-pound bell from Bearbrook church bell tower

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Mukendi leads JV Panthers to win over Essex Ravens
Fabrice Mukendi is a young man on a mission. After choosing to sit out last season and watch many of his former Cumberland Panther teammates win the Ontario Provincial Football League junior varsity championship, the 16-year-old was chomping at the bit to put the pads back on and lead the team to a possible repeat performance. (Posted June 2)

Louis-Riel sprinters lead the way at East Region track and field championships
Louis-Riel's one-two punch of Eliezer Adjibi and Kayla Vieux in the senior boys and senior girls sprints will be looking to make some waves at the upcoming OFSAA track and field championships after the pair swept the 100- and 200-metre events at the East Region meet in Kingston this week. (Posted June 2)

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ARTCETERA
O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre
If you love the sweet soulful sounds of Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and Marvin Gaye, or the in-your-face soul of Jackie Wilson, James Brown, and Aretha Franklin then the Shenkman Arts Centre was the place to be Thursday night. (Posted March 23)

Zach Stevenson brings Buddy Holly to life on Shenkman Centre stage
Fans of the late Buddy Holly got to rave on to his many hits on Friday, March 16, performed by Vancouver native and award-winning tribute artist Zachary Stevenson who delivered a memorable performance at the Shenkman Arts Centre. (Posted March 16)

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