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Attempted child luring raises concern

The RCMP is asking parents to give their kids a refresher course on personal safety after three incidents involving strangers and local kids. On Nov.

Locals protest program cuts

Empty bottles and raised voices flooded Edmonton's McDougall United Church this week as more than one thousand people gathered to protest cuts to disability services.

Big boxes eye northern lands

The area plan for St. Albert’s first development in the annexed lands is already generating plenty of interest from commercial retailers.

LRT could become a reality

Edmonton city council’s hopes to fast-track LRT expansion by 2016 could bring the service to St. Albert sooner than originally planned.

Carrying torch a 'surreal' experience

It was the most surreal experience, right from start to finish. It started when I picked up my daughter from school, wearing the Olympic torchbearer’s uniform (sans torch, as I did not have it yet) and was immediately surrounded by students.

Volunteers

Have you made your new year’s resolution for 2010? Choose to make a difference and resolve to get involved. The St.

Local residents rally for Haitian relief

Members of the Kite family had already planned a fundraiser to provide relief to people in Haiti even before they heard news of Tuesday’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake.

RCMP turn up stolen mail

Local RCMP officers have delivered charges against a former postal carrier accused of stealing mail over a 16-year period.

Diabetics step up for science

Richard Browton is taking a stroll around Servus Credit Union Place. He's not the fastest one on the track — other athletes blast past him — but he's probably one of the few that's strolling for science.

Thieves strike local show home

St. Albert RCMP are looking for help finding thieves who appear to have found the offerings at a local show home a little too enticing. A host of furniture and appliances were stolen from the home at 20 Levesque Way on January 2 between 9:30 p.m.