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December breaks records

January 13, 2016

El Niño, which occurs when surface water in parts of the Pacific Ocean become warmer than normal, has lead to warmer than normal temperatures in Oshawa. The weather [...]

Tree contest finds its winner

January 13, 2016

Teela, 12, was named as the winner of the Oshawa Environmental Advisory Committee’s tree contest for her artwork submission. A young Oshawa resident is the proud winner [...]

Be wary of ice conditions

January 13, 2016

While the mercury may be dipping below freezing, Durham police are advising residents that they should still be cautious around waterways throughout the region, as the [...]

Have your say for a bit longer

January 12, 2016

Those looking to give their two cents on how Durham police are doing now have until the end of the month to give their opinions. The Have Your Say poll, which includes [...]

Local beer makers get new name

January 7, 2016

An Oshawa-based brewery is getting a new name. All or Nothing Brewhouse will be the new name for the company once known as Underdogs Brewhouse. The name change came after [...]

A book for her brother

January 6, 2016

Oshawa teacher Lisa Beganyi took her summer break to write a children’s book about her brother, Michael. The book, which was recently published, details how Michael [...]

Alumni returns to college

January 6, 2016

When Linda Marco returns to Durham College, it won’t be as a student this time – it’s now her job. Marco is the college’s new associate vice-president for the office [...]

Readying for Hometown Hockey

December 24, 2015

By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express Oshawa’s hockey lovers will be flooding to city hall on Dec. 26 and 27 when Rogers Hometown Hockey takes over Civic Square. Rogers will [...]

Changes to Christmas tree collection

December 23, 2015

The city wants residents to register to have their Christmas tree picked up curbside by Jan. 6. (Photo courtesy of Steven Depolo/Flickr Creative Commons). The city has made [...]
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