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Behind closed doors

April 6, 2016

A pair of contentious meetings, one in late December and another in late January, spelled out the fate of the Durham York Energy Centre. The first resulted in the region [...]

Stolen cards used in Oshawa

April 6, 2016

Durham Regional Police are looking to identify a male suspect who attempted to withdraw money from an Oshawa bank machine using stolen debit and credit cards. In late January [...]

Two arrested over muggings

April 6, 2016

Two Oshawa males are facing several charges following several early morning muggings. Shortly before 5 a.m. on Friday, April 1, police responded to a street-level robbery [...]

The horrors of Larkhill

March 31, 2016

Oshawa native Andrew F. Sullivan has launched his debut novel, Waste, a horror crime novel that takes place in the fictional town of Larkhill, which drew inspiration from his [...]

City’s latest fire hall on target

March 31, 2016

Construction on Fire Hall 6, the city’s newest fire station, is on schedule and may even come in under budget. The new fire hall, set to open in the summer, will [...]

A decade of adventure

March 31, 2016

The Oak Ridges Trail Association is hosting its 10th annual Moraine Adventure Relay this summer, which will see participants cycle, canoe, and run across 160 kilometres of [...]

Plane loses part near Oshawa

March 31, 2016

A Beech 1900 aircraft, like the one pictured here, flew back to Toronto after a piece of its engine cowling broke loose over Oshawa. When the Air Georgian flight landed back [...]

The pros and cons of the budget

March 30, 2016

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, seen here at a campaign stop during the recent provincial byelection for Whitby-Oshawa, has seen the release of his first federal budget. [...]
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