NEWS

Death of Leaside man ‘misadventure': police

Death of Leaside man ‘misadventure': police

Police say a 63-year-old Leaside man who died from a self-inflicted stab wound shortly after midnight on Feb. 26 was a victim…

Some midtown rinks saved, others close

Two-thirds of midtown’s six city-owned outdoor skating rinks will remain…

Forest Hill CI not in danger of closing

Despite being on the Toronto District School Board’s list of…

Court nixes school prom breathalyzers

The Superior Court ruled Monday that plans by Northern Secondary…

SPORTS

Making reading a slam dunk opportunity

Making reading a slam dunk opportunity

You could call it We The North Toronto. The DeMar DeRozan Slam Dunk Book Club is coming back to North Toronto this…

Havergal tops Bishop Strachan in annual classic

The fast-paced back and forth game would see just six…

Teaming up with the Blue Jays

Jordan Weiss is hoping his bar mitzvah is a grand…

Leasider’s moment with Le Gros Bill

Murray Rowlands might be the only person with Jean Beliveau’s…

BUSINESS

Maegan aimed at revolutionizing how diners order

Maegan aimed at revolutionizing how diners order

The way Cris Jucan saw it, he could use his cellphone to find a restaurant, plan dinner with his friends and order…

Keeping it in the family

David Zammit says he can still remember the day he…

Bell Jewellers to close its doors

Bell Jewellers, the longest running business on Bayview Avenue in…

New BIAs expected to get green light

Months of proposals, campaigning, meetings and votes are culminating in…

ARTS

The mystery of Hemingway’s unit is solved

The mystery of Hemingway’s unit is solved

A great mystery has been uncovered at 1597-1599 Bathurst St. Many know the building called The Hemingway, and also its Toronto Historical…

Davisville flautist rakes in Royal Conservatory gold

Coming to Toronto has proven beneficial to student flautist Erin…

Forest Hill boy sings his way to gold

The heat is on for alto Andrew Ma. Coming off…

AGO includes Lytton Park photographer’s work in exhibit

Life is not perfect, at least through the lens of…

LIFE

Neighbourhood Alliance founder bids farewell to Uptown Yonge activists

“Farewell for now.” That was the subject line read by…

Oven mitts to warm their hearts but not their hands

Many Memphis shops sell Elvis-themed merchandise, including craft supplies. I…

A parade of colours for a new year

Decorators know it. Designers know it too. Colour is crucial.…