IAN WAS HERE: Clean streets make for happy citizens. LOCAL—Ian Cooper was recently honoured as Employee of the Month by his managers at the city’s municipal road management division, but the future didn’t always look so bright. Cooper, 32, was… Continue Reading
It is often said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different result. South-end residents have done just that, electing Diana Dietrich to a seventh term as city councillor. While… Continue Reading
An area cat who observed a steady decline in affection since aging out of the “cute kitten” phase recently embarked on an innovative new strategy: trying to assume the appearance of his owner’s new love interest—beer. While clearly thicker than… Continue Reading
Photo: The Integer Club, flickr LOCAL—On January 1, Glenn Dickson pledged that this would be the year he would take charge of his health: quit smoking, quit drinking, and lower his saturated fats. “I meant it, really,” Dickson says, lighting up… Continue Reading
LOCAL—Police are requesting assistance from witnesses to the hit and run death of a young male by a motor vehicle at the corner of Hunt and Green.
LOCAL–After repeated honking, obscene gestures, and yelling out his window failed to get your attention, a local man is speaking out to the press in a final, desperate attempt to get his message across.
LOCAL—Seventy three ants were confirmed dead and hundreds remain missing after an accidental cave-in that occurred Wednesday at a colony on the upper east side, police reports say.
As streets were cleaned and businesses re-built yesterday in the wake of the latest bout of public destruction of property and robbery downtown, thugs, thieves and other malcontents expressed their longing for a continuation of festivities.
While she’s never considered herself a trendsetter, Edith Corbett, 24, has recently found herself at the helm of a campaign pushing for a return to a traditional practice, reminiscent of simpler times.
Confident in the belief that no one will care—or even notice—given his relative obscurity and the short attention span of the public at large, ‘Russell L.’ [not his real name] frequently resubmits variations of his previous stories.