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You're not welcome in the Nonquon conservation area by order of the natural resources minister. Linda Jeffrey made that decision after reading in the Star about residents living in terror over stray bullets from a makeshift firing range near Lake
Durham cops checking to see if a man was complying with his bail conditions wound up discovering a marijuana grow operation in his home. Cops were doing a routine check on the man, who is on bail for a fraud offence in Durham dating back to the fall
Some Canadians are still in the running to add "winning" to their resumes. Phil Pallen of Belleville is one of those hoping to become Charlie Sheen's social media intern, as a group of more than 80,000 applicants is winnowed to 50. Currently
Police have arrested an Oshawa woman after she shot her partner with a BB gun late Friday night or early Saturday morning. Durham Regional Police were called to the home the man and woman live in together, said Staff Sergeant George Dmytruk and found
An Oshawa man has been charged with sexual assaults alleged to have occurred 20 years ago near Peterborough. A woman, now 27, claims she was sexually assaulted at her family's trailer near Rice Lake from the time she was seven until she turned 12,
The great drummer of our times, one of the co-founders of afrobeat genre and its sophisticated rhythms, Tony Allen, is giving a concert in Moscow on August 1, opening the 4th NuNote Lounge Festival.
A man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for causing the death of his girlfriend in their Oshawa apartment in late 2009. Shawn Pegg, 31, was originally charged with second-degree murder in the killing of Tammy Lewis, but pleaded guilty last
Mobley, who was recently on tour, returned to his old Leimert Park stomping ground Sunday to launch Kwanzaa , the seven-day African American celebration of family, community and culture. His message was unity through drums. "What does ' Umoja ' mean?"
The non-profit organization, which provides books to children in the developing world, held their inaugural fundraising benefit at the Rosehill Lounge on December 10 to benefit their support programs currently operating in 12 countries in Africa. But
They ranged widely in age and physical ability, from bright-eyed children to visually impaired senior citizens. But for one night their differences were of little consequence as they all participated in an event called North Jersey Drum & Dance...