A detached garage sits charred at a residence on Coleridge Avenue after it caught fire early Friday morning.

Arson suspected in East York garage fire

Roslyn Stephenson was asleep in the early hours of Friday when she heard a knock at her door. As she went to check who it was, she looked out her window and discovered her garage fire.

In a panic, Stephenson immediately called the fire department, while neighbours came to make sure that she got to safety. In her 10 years living on Coleridge Avenue, near Woodbine and Lumsden avenues, she said nothing like this has happened before.

G-Hey poses in front of the Story Arts Centre sign. She made a short film for a class project that got chosen to be made into a feature-length film.

Film company sees big picture in East York film grad’s short

As G-Hey Kim sat at a Centennial College computer desk editing her short horror film for her directing class, she didn’t think it would make it into the Hamilton Film Festival. She definitely didn’t think a production company would see it and option it for a full-length feature film.

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Leaside residents distressed by media storm over alleged serial killer

The commotion caused by the media frenzy four days into the Bruce McArthur investigation has some Leaside residents distressed. Police set up a large tent Monday in the back yard of a property where human remains were discovered of at least three missing Toronto men.

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Toronto’s gay village residents react to arrest of serial killer suspect

One of Toronto’s best-known drag queens says Thursday’s arrest of a suspect in the murders of two gay Toronto men, with possibly other victims yet to be named,  would not have happened without the LGBTQ community’s persistent pressure on Toronto police to solve these cases. Matt Coccia, who performs as Katinka Kature, was reacting to the announcement of murder charges against Bruce McArthur, 66, a self employed landscaper.