Articles by Sergio Arangio

Two houses on each side of the photo, with a fence door to the left house's backyard in the middle.

When neighbour disputes go too far

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.

Bladder Cancer Canada co-founder David Guttman and board chair Ferg Devins cut a ribbon before hundreds of participants commence the ninth annual walk for bladder cancer awareness.

Leaside resident steps up to fight bladder cancer

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.

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.