Volume 15 Week 45

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: City hires former deputy manager to replace Kent Kirkpatrick
LOCAL NEWS 2: Popular Jamaican eatery undergoes transformation
LOCAL NEWS 3: Orléans bard pens western-themed novel
VIEW POINT: Cosby and Ghomeshi are two sides of the same coin
LOCAL SPORTS: Former Sir Wil Lancer signs free agent deal with Redblacks
LOCAL SPORTS 2: U12 Wolverines win Major Atom AAA bronze on a shot and a prayer
LOCAL SPORTS 3: U14 Devils lose AA tournament final in heartbreaking fashion
ARTSCETERA: Young musicians shine at Gloucester Music Club recital


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LOCAL NEWS
Chicks co-owner Trevor Mason (right) is joined by Chef Lucky and server Alina during the restaurant's grand opening on Saturday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 6:30 a.m., Feb. 10)
City hires former deputy manager to replace Kent Kirkpatrick
Ottawa City Council has hired former deputy city manager Steve Kanellakos to replace Kent Kipatrick as the city's top bureaucrat.

Popular Jamaican eatery undergoes transformation
From going bananas to picking up chicks, the former Bananas Caribbean Grill and Takeout next to the Sobeys store at Trim and Innes has undergone a metamorphosis that is sure to please fast food enthusiasts looking for a break from Big Macs, Whoppers and shawarmas. (Posted Feb. 8)

Orléans bard pens western-themed novel

Couple in their 60s recovering after early morning rollover on 174

Orléans man accused of sexually assaulting five young children

Councillors given $40K per ward to pay for traffic calming measures

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LOCAL SPORTS
Former Sir Wil Lancer signs free agent deal with Redblacks
Former Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancer and Cumberland Panther, Brendan Gillanders, is coming home. (Posted Feb. 10)

Mike O'Connor Tournament
U12 Wolverines win Major Atom AAA bronze on a shot and a prayer
The Gloucester-Cumberland Wolverines U12 AAA girls team went into the GCBA Mike O'Connor Tournament on the weekend hoping to compete for a gold medal, instead the very nearly left empty-handed. (Posted Feb. 8)

U14 Devils lose AA tournament final in heartbreaking fashion
The Gloucester-Cumberland Ringette Association hosted their 41st annual tournament on the weekend and emerged with six medals including four gold. (Posted Feb. 8)

Former Gloucester Hornet to nake debut with national soccer team
It’s a long way from the soccer pitch at the Hornet’s Nest to the national men’s team, but former Gloucester Hornet Jamar Dixon will soon complete that journey when he puts on the maple leaf for the first time in a friendly match against the U.S.A. on Feb. 5. (Posted Feb. 1)

ARTCETERA
Young musicians shine at Gloucester Music Club recital
The Gloucester Music Teachers Association held their second set of Gloucester Music Club recitals this weekend featuring 52 talented musicians and vocalists ranging in age from seven to 37. (Posted Feb. 7)

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