Long-time Kitchener Rangers fans will remember Mike Torchia patrolling the crease 30 years ago where he won multiple goalie honours, leading the Rangers to the Memorial Cup Finals where they ended up falling short.
Kristen Leal’s father wasn’t able to walk her down the aisle.
Having passed away the year before, he missed her big day. Yet there he is, in a picture of her first dance hanging in her kitchen.
Thanks to Emily McDougall’s art.
Doug Campbell took a chance and bought a gas station in 1969. Today it is still going strong.
After 24 years in business, Dee Fortier says invest in your hair because you wear it everyday.
Kitchener city council changed zoning laws last week to allow up to three residential units per lot, according to the new bylaw.
Car enthusiasts pour money into their vehicles, and into charities too.
The starving artist. It’s a cliché based in fact. It’s a three-word cautionary tale which deters some people from pursuing their dream of being a painter, a poet, a filmmaker, a musician or an author.
Noah Derksen will perform at TWB this Sunday, March 31. It’s one of many shows the brewery offers local music fans, free of charge.
A Kitchener consulting firm, Overlap Associates, is conducting one-on-one interviews with staff and students during March.
The celebration helps interpret the past, present and future of Indigenous peoples at a time when reconciliation remains a work in progress.
The Toronto-based pop-punk rocker says extensive touring was a distraction from the mental health issues with which he’s still dealing.
A book display on Groundhog Day: What better way to while the bleak mid-winter away.
With a tiny museum and an upcoming biography, super fan Stacey Case and writer Greg Oliver are reawakening interest in the master of the Hilarious House of Frightenstein.
Some residents were interested in learning more about the total municipal tax hike for 2019, rather than only the Cambridge portion.