It hasn’t been an easy season for the West Hill Warriors, but the senior boys football team intends to finish the 2011 season with a bang.
West Hill’s Grace Presbyterian Church expansion project is building excitement along with extra space, assistant pastor Rev. Mona Scrivens says.
On Sept. 19, a morning full of sunshine, the annual Terry Fox Run took place all over Canada. Scarborough residents came out to Cedarbrook Park on Markham Road and Old Kingston Road in West Hill to continue Terry’s run to raise awareness for cancer research.
The big league Blue Jay squad isn’t the only ball team in the city racking up the runs this year. The West Hill Blue Jays proved too much for the competition on the weekend, going undefeated over three games on their way to winning the Scarborough Baseball Association Pee Wee House League championship.
After a four-year investigation, the Ontario Provincial Police announced on March 15 that no criminal charges will be laid over the Toronto Computer Leasing Inquiry.
A missed free throw in the last two seconds gave defending champions Sir Wilfrid Laurier Blue Devils a nail-biting victory over their rivals West Hill Warriors in the East Region Senior Boys Tier One basketball final on Feb. 11 at Seneca College.
When Sandra Hutley strolls along Lawrence Avenue East, what for most people would be a five-minute walk can stretch into half an hour. That’s because Hutley stops to talk with residents, vendors, police officers and local politicians. Everyone seems to know her.