It was a summer day in 1945 when Ed Staples returned to his family in East York after six years at war. He was greeted by a “Welcome Home” sign on his front door and attended a party to celebrate his friend Ted’s return. Ed would meet Mary McManus at that party.
Articles by Sergio Arangio
Longstanding animosity between two families on Woodmount Avenue really boiled over when one called the police on his neighbour for allegedly kicking him in the shin.
Leaside resident Deanne Puder’s eyes teared up as she addressed the close to 400 people gathered at Wilket Creek Park on Sept. 23 for Toronto’s ninth annual Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk.
It was Puder’s first time organizing the walk in honour of her father, Ingo Puder, who died of bladder cancer in October of 2017.
Seven weeks after the tragic mass shooting at Toronto’s Greektown, a clash of “love versus hate” took place Sunday on the site of the horrific event.
Toronto police charged Bruce McArthur with an eighth count of first-degree murder Monday morning.
The East York Collegiate Institute robotics team goes to competition in the FIRST Robotics program, having already won awards. Students on the team explain what the team means to them, and how it has helped build their future.
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.
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.
Newcomers to Toronto were pleased to find Eatonville Library hosting a seminar on Monday for first-time home buyers.
Toronto police charged a 15-year-old boy with attempted murder and robbery on Saturday after the stabbing of a 23-year-old man in East York.