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Watch your kids grow

November 10, 2015

The region is calling on new and soon-to-be parents to schedule their child’s Enhanced 18-Month Well-Baby Visit, as it comes at an important time in any child’s [...]

In the business of betterment

November 3, 2015

Curtis Clifford, 16, is developing a solar-powered water pump for use in the world’s poorest areas. By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express A local teenager is hoping to [...]

Sipping on soda on a Saturday

November 3, 2015

Jenn, Mo, Masked Man Theo, Sandy, Jacqueline, Dave and Gerda were all on hand for Soda Pop Central’s Soda Sippin’ Saturday. The shop, which has more than 800 [...]

Flu shot: Protection not only for you

November 3, 2015

By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express The aches, the pains, the fatigue, chills, cough, soar throat, nausea; the symptoms are numerous, but there is one way you can prevent [...]

Trent Durham open house on Friday

November 3, 2015

Those looking to continue their education at Trent University’s Oshawa campus should head out to the Thornton Road school on Friday to check it out. Prospective students [...]

Oshawa is a smart city

November 3, 2015

The city is a smart place to be – just ask the folks at the Intelligent Community Forum. The New York based group has announced that Oshawa will be included in its list of [...]

Action pass returns for students

November 3, 2015

Grade 5 students across the region will once again have the chance to swim, skate and be active for free. The Grade 5 Action Pass from the region can be used at the YMCA on [...]

“Let the kids play hockey”

October 27, 2015

Bill Kurelo observes a moment of silence during a ceremony on Oct. 22, honouring himself and 14 other veterans who will have streets named after them in the city’s [...]

Going purple for a cause

October 27, 2015

Laurie Chambers, left, and Michelle Moody with the Survivor Advocacy Committee of Durham. By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express Next month, Oshawa is going to be seeing a [...]
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