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Cul-de-sac dropped from Arlington Dr.

An affordable housing project proposed for 70 Arlington Dr. no longer has to include a cul-de-sac, after city council voted Monday night to drop the requirement.

Downtown plan given green light

In front of a packed gallery and over the objections of a large portion of it, city council approved the controversial downtown area redevelopment plan (DARP) Monday night.

Enjoy Centre brings fear, excitement to Hole family

Bill Hole has a lot on the line and it's got him scared … and excited. The local businessman has been riding a pendulum between fear and excitement since work began on the Enjoy Centre, the new 242,000-sq.-ft.

Downtown live blog

Follow the public hearing for the downtown area redevelopment plan (DARP) with our live blog, starting at 5 p.m. Monday. DARP live blog

Sale looming for idle condo project

A partially-built condominium project that’s been in limbo for months is on the verge of being sold. The 62-unit Tenor development on Sturgeon Road went into receivership in February after sitting idle for months.


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Lodge addition gets thumbs-up from residents

Seniors are enjoying life at North Ridge Place. The new addition to St. Albert’s North Ridge Lodge opened several months ago but the opening became official on Thursday.

Local Kinettes get $100k to remake Woodlands playground

The fortuitous band of one of the city’s smallest service clubs has just been given a queen-sized gift of cash by a local MLA, all in the name of improving the community. The St.

Long-awaited renos taking shape at casino

It’s been a long time coming but renovations are finally under way at Gold Dust Casino.

Celiac walk tries to fill the gap

This is normally the time of year when St. Albert’s Vic Mitchell would be on his bike for a colossal 1,400-kilometre ride from Victoria to Edmonton.