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Expo sold out, chamber hopes for traffic

A record number of exhibitors await patrons of the annual Spring Into Spring Lifestyle Expo, which runs this weekend at Servus Credit Union Place. Organizers with the St.

Density reduced after zoning change

Council has approved a zoning change to a part of North Ridge despite concerns about lowering the area’s overall density. The change means developer Genstar will proceed with 13 single-family homes along an extension of Nadine Way.

Garrison-based soldier killed in bomb blast

An Edmonton-based soldier killed in Afghanistan over the weekend was inspired into military service by his grandfather. Pte.

Come on home, St. Albert

Mark your calendar for a birthday bash that's 150 years in the making. A homecoming will be one of the signature events of St. Albert's yearlong 150th anniversary celebrations next year.

Former St. Albert man awaits sentence in massive fraud case

A former provincial executive who took more than $600,000 from provincial coffers and funnelled most of it to his own bank account will learn his fate on Friday.

Capital Region Board sets up rules around housing development

New details have been added to the Capital Region Board’s land use plans, but St. Albert Mayor Nolan Crouse said they still have more to do.

Local Liberals back Swann

Local members of the Alberta Liberal party are rallying behind leader David Swann who has been the target of blunt criticism from departed Calgary MLA Dave Taylor.

Investigation launched into ASIRT officers

The case against a St. Albert man and RCMP officer with the force’s elite major case squad is being delayed pending an investigation into the officers who laid the charges against him.

Church struggles to start new school

Higher than expected development fees coupled with low enrolment has prompted organizers of a new Christian private school to abandon plans to build a temporary facility.

CRB rejects move on solid waste

A proposal for a regional strategy on solid waste landed in the garbage heap after losing a close vote at the Capital Region board.