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Cyclists want friendly streets

St. Albert residents love their trail system for recreational cycling but cyclists who commute on two wheels think more would join them if St. Albert did more to be bike friendly.

Stock club feeds hunger for financial news

Around the room the pens are poised as bespectacled faces bow over notebooks that are all turned to a fresh page.

DARP plebiscite unlikely

The St. Albert Taxpayers Association is continuing its petition drive against proposed downtown redevelopment, but it is unlikely to force a plebiscite question on the fall ballot.

Henday connector project delayed

Construction will get under way next week on one set of connector roads to the Anthony Henday, but another major project has been delayed until next year.

The hampered kitchen - part two of the food bank diet

A funny thing happened during the three weeks that I spent eating meals from a food bank hamper. I learned how incredibly fortunate I am. For one thing, the test lasted only three weeks by my choice.

Vandals can't spoil school's soup

Unknown vandals might have destroyed some of an elementary school’s class project, but there will still be enough for the Grade 4 students to reap the rewards of their harvest in the fall.

Plenty of inventory for buyers to choose from

Homebuyers are still being choosy as a large inventory of pre-owned homes continues to be the norm in the St. Albert real estate market.

Restored car time well spent

When Jim Boomer’s Oldsmobile Club Coupe rolled off an assembly line, the Second World War hadn’t started and Canada was still shaking off the Great Depression.

Further public assistance required

CRIME STOPPERS AND YOU: MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE COMMUNITY Crime Stoppers wants to remind the public that our anonymous crime reporting system is there to empower citizens to make a difference in their communities.

Court Briefs

A 19-year-old man who was partly responsible for causing more than $14,000 damage at a construction site and crashed a car through a fence and into a backyard will pay almost $2,000 in fines, as well as restitution.