Volume 15 Week 45

Monday, June 26


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Da Nonna Maria Bistro : Intimate, personal and delicious
LOCAL NEWS 2: Local couple launches Orléans’ newest craft brewery
LOCAL NEWS 3: The Heritage Funeral Complex is a proud sponsor of the Outcare Golf Classic
VIEW POINT: It’s festival season in Ottawa, so get out and enjoy
LOCAL SPORTS: Former Panther has night to remember in Redblacks' season opener
VARSITY FOOTBALL: JV Panthers keep playoff hopes alive
TRACK & FIELD: Area students shine at English and French board-wide track and field championships

ARTSCETERA: Rag & Bones offering unique summer camp experience

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LOCAL NEWS
Ottawa-Orléans MPP Marie-France Lalonde serves up some strawberries at her annual Strawberry Social to Violet and Bruce Payment who were celebrating their 68th wedding anniversary on Sunday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 12:30 p.m., June 26)
Da Nonna Maria Bistro : Intimate, personal and delicious
It’s hard to believe that just 10 years ago, the only Italian restaurant in Orléans was East Side Mario’s. Not exactly fine dining. Well, we’ve come a long way since then.

Local couple launches Orléans’ newest craft brewery
Don’t look now, but Orléans residents have two craft breweries to call their own.
Six months after friends and business partners Justin MacNeill Gen Benay and Marc Plante launched The Stray Dog Brewing Company, the husband and wife team of Yann and Célia Lemieux have established the aptly named Orléans Brewing Company with two brews to choose from – Billy Bob Bison, a 6% American-style pale ale – and Kölsch Me Ousside, a 4.8% Pilsener-style ale, that will be kegged on June 23 and available for consumption on June 30 in time for Canada Day.
(Posted June 23)

The Heritage Funeral Complex is a proud sponsor of the Outcare Golf Classic

Thousands attend Carivibe parade and beach party

Navan celebrates Canada 150 with heritage parade and street dance

Feds come throu.gh with their share of LRT Phase 2 funding

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Ottawa Redblacks
Former Panther has night to remember in Redblacks' season opener
It was a night to remember for former Cumberland Panther and Sir Wilfrid Laurier alum Brendan Gillanders, alhough not necessarily for all the right reasons. (Posted June 24)

Junior Varsity Football
JV Panthers keep playoff hopes alive
Jeff Koradi is finally starting to sleep well at night. Winning football games has had that effect on the head coach of the Cumberland Panthers junior varsity squad. (Posted June 19)

Track and Field
Area students shine at English and French board-wide track and field championships
The local track and field season came to an end last week with board-wide meets taking place for the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, the Ottawa Catholic School Board and the two French-language boards which ran a combined meet. (Posted June 19)

Previous sports stories

ARTCETERA
Rag & Bones offering unique summer camp experience
The vision of the Shenkman Arts Centre as a place “where the arts will thrive” is abundantly clear with the benefits it has brought to the Orléans-based Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre. (Posted June 22)

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