Most of her teeth were knocked out in the attack and more are expected to be taken out. She has a scar on her throat from a tracheotomy that helped her breathe. “I’m getting stronger all the time,” said the woman,
One person was killed and dozens were injured when high winds caused part of the main stage to collapse at a dance music festival near the Spanish city of Valencia early on Saturday, emergency services said.
Chino residents will have expanded retail and dining options with the opening of Town Center at The Preserve, a 169,590-square-foot shopping center at Main Street and Pine Avenue. Grading is underway at the center,
How about southern Alberta rattlesnakes on the prairie instead? Those are apt to pop up more frequently in the dog days of August, when hotter temperatures over the next few weeks means we could see even more rattlesnakes than usual.
Victoria County RCMP received a complaint from the Village of Baddeck on Nov. 16, 2021, concerning possible fraud by a former employee. The RCMP says the former employee was arrested in relation to the investigation on Monday.
Time is running out for Juancho’s Mexican Food’s original location in Ontario. The location, 2802 Milliken Ave., Suite B, could close as soon as this week. Employees gave ongoing construction in the area as the reason for the impending closure.
The remains of a priest who allegedly sexually abused Indigenous children in Quebec was exhumed Wednesday morning. Jesuit priest Father Leon Lajoie was buried on the grounds of the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Kahnawake in 1999.
A long-forgotten football power in 1943 steamrolled over teams from USC and UCLA with military precision – which was hardly a coincidence. By a combined score of 82-7, the two college teams were beaten by a collection of football players then in military training during World War II at Riverside’s March Field – today’s March Air Reserve Base.
Long before they were Major League Baseball stars, Jeff Francis and Justin Morneau remember sharpening their skills at Mackie Park in Delta, B.C., where they would sprint between the foul poles for extra cardio after weekend double headers.
An iconic Heritage Minute about basketball and peach baskets may be seared into the minds of Canadians, but a New Brunswick town is looking to cement its own status within one of the biggest sports on earth.