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City digs out from snowstorm

City digs out from snowstorm

Snow plows and graders were working around the clock over the weekend after a massive storm dumped more than 20 centimetres of snow throughout the region, making some local streets impassable.

County passes budget

Sturgeon County passed a $76 million budget yesterday that will see residents pay 2.65 per cent more in taxes next year.

LRT tax levy derails

City council did not jump on board an idea to create a new tax levy that a city councilor proposed as a way to kick-start funding plans for an LRT line to St. Albert. Coun.

Vandals deface Father Lacombe Chapel

The spirit of the season appears to have been lost on vandals who brazenly defaced the front façade of Alberta’s oldest building. Sometime before church services on Nov.
Cabaret dedicated to "man of second chances."

Cabaret dedicated to "man of second chances."

In the past decade, CityTV personality Bridget Ryan has spent a major portion of her time in front of a camera. After the St. Albert Catholic High student graduated, she bolted to the United States to study drama.

Local cops raid Edmonton home

The St. Albert RCMP drug unit found marijuana, cocaine and cash in a south side Edmonton apartment last week. Local officers working with the Edmonton Police Service and Stony Plain RCMP drug unit raided the apartment at 4835 – 104A Ave.

Spreading the message of love and care

The group that takes the concept of recycling one step beyond most others had a raffle last weekend at St.

A family affair

Celtic-jazz harpist Terry McDade and his brood, The McDades, are one of the most enduring family groups around.

It could be the only gift that they get

This is the time of year when a group of students at W.D. Cuts School volunteers its time and energy to make a difference for dozens of local seniors they don’t even know.

Council signs off on heritage sites

The first phase of the city’s long-envisioned heritage-themed park on Meadowview Drive will be largely complete in time for St. Albert’s 150th anniversary, officials assured council on Monday.