The Second Base Youth Shelter in Scarborough is celebrating its 16th anniversary this month. As part of the celebration, the shelter opened its doors to the community to share points of pride.
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In a bid to attract more members, Tam Heather Tennis and Curling Club opened a new $1-million tennis dome on Oct. 17.
Scarborough residents will soon be completely switched over from their hydro meter to the new smart meter system.
A steady stream of cars drove into 891 Morningside Ave. last Saturday to make good use of Ward 43’s Environment Day and rid their homes of junk.
With the city of Toronto shelving the idea of labelling garbage disposal as an essential service earlier this month, we beg to ask: what then, if anything, is important enough to be labeled a 100-percent…
“It all started from the blog, us just telling ‘hey, there was a crazy accident on our trip,’” says first class firefighter Mark Gatensby.
Facts about the Toronto District School Board
There’s a new pest you have to watch out for this summer. One that lies silently within ash trees, only to emerge years later to kill it from the inside out.
The University of Toronto at Scarborough plans to build a new athletic facility regardless of the outcome of its bid for the 2015 Pan Am games. Scarborough’s projected athletic facility is aiming to benefit more…
Eighty percent of the 6,500 high school teachers from the Toronto district voted for strike action on March 31. But kids won’t be getting a break just yet.