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Former cop contemplates lawsuit

A St. Albert man and former RCMP investigator is contemplating legal actions against his accusers, citing an unjustified prosecution after virtually all the charges against him were withdrawn.

Paul Kane bleeds competition

The bad news is that a lot of high school students had tender spots on their arms for a day or two. The great news is they all made a huge contribution by donating blood to Canadian Blood Services as part of its local high school challenge. St.

Low demand for city capital grant program

+ A city grant program that aims to provide funding for community projects is going largely untapped this year.

Firefighters exceed fundraising expectations

They went up, they came down, they conquered. Seven courageous members of St. Albert Fire and Emergency Service braved the elements during a particularly bitter cold snap two weeks ago. They stayed on the roof of fire hall No.

City to look at private sector for waste collection

With St. Albert’s new waste collection program just 12 weeks away from rolling out, Coun. Cam MacKay wants to explore a new option: contracting out the service.

Crime Stoppers

The St. Albert Crime Stoppers Association is asking for your assistance in solving the following crimes: Overnight, between 6 p.m. on Friday, March 4 and 9:30 a.m.

Consider your kidneys tomorrow

The two bean-shaped organs that sit at your lower back keeping your blood clean are looking for a little love tomorrow and one local health-related agency is leading the charge.
Guilty verdict in impaired driving case

Guilty verdict in impaired driving case

A Sherwood Park woman will be sentenced in April following a guilty verdict Monday in the case of a crash that claimed two lives on Highway 28 in September 2009.
A Roarin' good time

A Roarin' good time

Feathers and boas were all the rage at the Art Gallery of St. Albert's 22nd annual Art Auction Saturday night as revelers embraced the Roarin' 20s theme Flappers and Fine Arts.

Local librarian takes trip of a lifetime to Oprah show

Mere hours after all of the famous directors, actors and actresses left the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood last Sunday night, one St. Albert librarian was standing outside in a large crowd of people waiting to get in.