Volume 9 Week 45

Monday, April 27


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Innes Road lane reductions begin today
LOCAL NEWS 2: Stabbing accused, murdered teen worked together at Tim Hortons
LOCAL NEWS 3: Suspect arrested on same day stabbing victim laid to rest
VIEW POINT: Who will pay for Hydro One customers and how much will they pay
CCHL HOCKEY: Jr. A Rangers add four players to their roster in lead up to draft
CCHL HOCKEY: Former Gloucester Rangers head coach lands in Navan
LOCAL SPORTS: Local athlete selected to Junior World Rugby team
ARTSCETERA: Sir Wil's musical take on classic fairy tale a real treat

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LOCAL NEWS
King Sextimus gets his voice back in the Sir Wilfrid Laurier production on 'Once Upon A Mattress'. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 4 a.m., April 27)
Innes Road lane reductions begin today
East end motorists who use Innes Road for their afternoon commute may want to use an alternate route as work begins on building an additional lane on Innes Road between the Hwy. 417 off-ramp and Blair Road.

Stabbing suspect, murdered teen worked together at Tim Hortons
The young man charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of Connor Stevenson was a one-time friend and co-worker of the 18-year-old former Gloucester High School student. (Posted April 24)

Suspect arrested on same day stabbing victim laid to rest

Dementia care residence undergoes $5M makeover

Portobello retirement community expands Fit Minds program

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LOCAL SPORTS
CCHL Hockey
Jr. A Rangers add four players to their roster in lead up to draft
The Gloucester Rangers added four players to their off-season roster this week in the leadup to the CCHL draft on Sunday. (Posted April 23)

CCHL Hockey
Former Gloucester Rangers head coach lands in Navan
The east end rivalry between the Gloucester Rangers and the Cumberland Grads is about to get a lot hotter after the Grads hired former Rangers head coach Sylvain Favreau as their new bench boss and director of hockey operations. (Posted April 23)

Local athlete selected to Junior World Rugby team
John Shaw comes by his love for rugby naturally. His father, Jim Shaw, had a long career on the pitch and his two older brothers, Billy and Chris, both won city championships with the St. Peter Knights. (His younger brother James also plays the sport.) (Posted April 12)

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ARTSCETERA
Sir Wil's musical take on classic fairy tale a real treat
The Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School theatre company decided to put a musical spin on the classic fairy tale "The Princess and the Pea" this year and the result could easily put the cast of Glee to shame. (Posted April 25)

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