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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: 'Hearts of Gold' recipients honoured for serving their community
LOCAL NEWS 2: Local councillor unveils $8M expansion plans for Millennium Park
LOCAL NEWS 3: It's official: Retired general Andrew Leslie to seek Ottawa-Orléans Liberal nomination
VIEW POINT: The definition of delusional
LOCAL SPORTS: Panthers' coach and former player to try out for Ottawa RedBlacks
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Area teams claim six more banners on Day 2 of GHA championship weekend
LOCAL SPORTS 3: East teams claim six banners on opening day of GHA championship weekend
ARTSCETERA: Ambitious production of Broadway classic hits all the right notes

FEEDBACK: Recent column a wonderful tribute to Councillors Bloess, Monette

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LOCAL NEWS
Retired general Andrew Leslie addresses supporters during the kickoff to his federal Liberal nomination campaign in Orléans Wednesday night. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 10:30 p.m., April 17)
'Hearts of Gold' recipients honoured for serving their community
A proposal to invest $8 million to expand Millennium Park has been endorsed by local home builders which signed a joint memorandum of understanding to front end 75 per cent of the construction costs.

Local councillor unveils $8M expansion plans for Millennium Park
A proposal to invest $8 million to expand Millennium Park has been endorsed by local home builders which signed a joint memorandum of understanding to front end 75 per cent of the construction costs. (Posted April 17)

It's official: Retired general Andrew Leslie to seek Ottawa-Orléans Liberal nomination

East end high school students to take part in unique human library initiative

Orléans real estate agent must remain in jail for another week

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LOCAL SPORTS
Panthers' coach, former player to try out for Ottawa RedBlacks
Qasim Khan loves football. He loves to watch it, he loves to teach it, but most of all, he loves to play it. The former Cumberland Panther, Junior Rough Rider, Ottawa Gee-Gee, and until recently Ottawa Invader, wants to add one more team to his resume -- the Ottawa RedBlacks. (Posted April 14)

Area teams claim six more banners on Day 2 of GHA championship weekend
The local minor hockey season wrapped up on Sunday with eight more GHA House League championships being decided at the Earl Armstrong Arena. (Posted April 6)

East end teams claim six banners on opening day of GHA championship weekend
East end teams won six of the 10 banners up for grabs on the opening day of the Gloucester Hockey Association House League championships on Saturday. (Posted April 6)

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ARTSCETERA
Ambitious production of Broadway classic hits all the right notes
When Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School drama teacher Sonya Schrum decided her class should take on the Broadway classic "My Fair Lady", she had no idea how ambitious the choice would end up being. (Posted April 12)

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