Volume 15 Week 45

Saturday, Aug. 27


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Feds, province to invest $156M in local transit projects
LOCAL NEWS 2: Outcare Foundation golf tournament and auction raises over $54,000
COMMENTARY: Abdilraham's death raises questions about law enforcement's role to serve and protect
VIEW POINT: Trip to Williamsport a must for baseball purists
LOCAL SPORTS: Orléans native making an impact after signing with Ottawa Fury
MINOR SOCCER: Host Hornets win trio of titles at Gloucester soccer tournament
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Panthers fall to crosstown rival Myers Riders in Wettges Conference fina
ARTSCETERA: 'Murder Indeed, Sir!' indeed


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LOCAL NEWS
Shola Agoro enjoys some cotton candy with her dsughter Omolara during this year's Dapo Fun Day in Blackburn Hamlet on Saturday. Seyi Malcolm/Photo

(Updated 6:30 a.m., Aug. 27)
Feds, province to invest $156M in local transit projects
On Tuesday, the federal government and the province of Ontario announced a joint funding initiative that will see the two levels of government invest $155.9 million in 56 transit projects throughout the National Capital Region over the next three years.

OutCare Foundation golf tournament and auction raises over $54,000
More than 160 golfers raised over $54,000 at the 9th Annual Outcare Foundation Golf Tournament on the weekend, with the money going to help support palliative care across Eastern Ontario. (Posted Aug. 23)

Bearbrook Game Meats caters to backyard BBQers and gourmet grillers alike

Commentary: Abdilraham's death raises questions about law enforcement's role to serve and protect

Police seeking witnesses to Navan hit-and-run

Young woman attacked, seriously injured by marauding dogs in Queenswood Heights

LOCAL SPORTS
Host Hornets win trio of titles at Gloucester soccer tournament
When Orléans native and former Gloucester Hornet Jamar Dixon left Ottawa in pursuit of a professional soccer career in in 2009, there were very few options open to domestic born players. The North American Soccer League had not yet been formed and a professional soccer team in the nation's capital was but a pipe dream. (Posted Aug. 14)

Minor Soccer
Host Hornets win trio of titles at Gloucester soccer tournament
The Gloucester Hornets went a perfect three for three in the finals of the Gloucester Invitational Soccer Tournament on Sunday, including a sweep of the U13 Tier 1 and Tier 2 titles. (Posted Aug. 10)

Varsity Football
Panthers fall to crosstown rival Myers Riders in Wettges Conference final
The Cumberland Panthers varsity bantam football team found out the hard way on Saturday that having the better talent doesn't always mean you are the better team. (Posted July 31)

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ARTCETERA
'Murder Indeed, Sir!' indeed
Vintage Stock Theatre made a triumphant return to their home away from home this week with the latest in a series of murder mystery productions that date back to the mid-90s. (Posted Aug. 15)

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