Ron Rock is the executive director of the East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club (ESBGC). He has worked for many years as a community development organizer, social worker, family counsellor and a young offender court…
Articles by Matthew Alleyne
Scarborough resident Maureen Henry has worked for the Canadian Red Cross for 12 years and during her time at the Scarborough Drop-In Centre, she has worked tirelessly to help those in the community she loves.
Parents of players in the Scarborough Hockey Association are fighting for the survival of a league that has a dwindling number of new players.
Toronto Police has released a list of the 10 most dangerous intersections in Toronto with pedestrians involved in collisions. Scarborough made the list with two locations.
Charles the gorilla went with his gut when naming his three-month-old son at the Toronto Zoo on Wednesday. Well, his stomach, to be more precise.
Boo at the Zoo, an annual event, attracted dozens of kids on Halloween. Children dressed as dinosaurs, pirates, witches, ducks and piles of leaves were able to see the animals while trick-or-treating through the zoo.
At this time of year, you can find them on the lapels of many Canadians. The poppy since 1921 has served as a symbol of remembrance, honouring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country.
Imagine being a Toronto Maple Leafs fan and dreaming of having season tickets for years, then one day you get a letter reminding you that you’re on the coveted waiting list. For many, it would…
You would think coming in third in the league would be a disappointment, but the 18 members of the under-16 Malvern Lightning soccer squad feel like champions.
For a period of two minutes on Oct. 1, in an industrial area of West Hill emergency sirens blared. But there was no danger to the public. It was just a test by Toronto East Community Awareness and Emergency Response.