Sirpa Kuzyk wiped her tears Wednesday as she stood at the end of her long driveway just outside the village of Wilno.
“We could have prevented this,” Kuzyk said. 1,766 more words
A woman who took a stand — and won some hearts — when she came to the rescue of a piglet named Peaches, is now getting some help herself, after her childhood home burned to the ground. 260 more words
The printed word is off to a bad start in 2015. Damn you, digital.
Argosy Books, a 30-year fixture on Dalhousie Street, closed Jan. 1. In the Glebe, Brittons — which carried more newspapers and magazines than almost anyone in town — unexpectedly shut its doors on the weekend, ending an almost 50-year run on Bank Street near Fifth Avenue. 698 more words
An Arnprior man going through withdrawal plunged a butcher knife twice into his friend’s heart to get a fix of cocaine, a Renfrew court heard Friday. 216 more words