Fire investigators say the fire at Zion United Church on May 10 was no accident.
Year-to-year drop in city not seen in surrounding areas
Downtown redevelopment work expected to last into fall
Faith Mazeppa was last seen on the evening of May 16.
Initial raise spurred by income tax change
RCMP executed a search warrant on May 21. More details to come when released.
Quebec-based Groupe Nordik made the announcement this morning.
The event runs on Saturday, May 25 and challenges contestants to fill a passport card with stamps from participating businesses.
Mayor Choy says the school's gym will not be twinned, but original plans still stand.
A greater understanding of different cultures comes through storytelling.
The Town of Stony Plain says Alberta Transportation has made slight timeline changes.
The City reminds people that curbside pickup still operates on statutory holidays.
Find photos of the pair within the article.
Tyson Niles (31) was arrested at the Tri-Leisure Centre on May 14.
Umbach Off-leash Dog Park will be home to the 21-obstacle course.
The tax will increase in 2019 by $13.92 for every $100,000 your home is valued at.
The sports fields and diamonds are due to weather; see the town's website for updates.
City negotiating for 8.3 acres in Westwind area
Property tax bump stays at 3.5%
Councillor needed to replace new MLA Searle Turton
People are encouraged to take a photo with a smiling elderly person and use "#smilewithasenior" to raise awareness of the issue.
National Public Works Week runs May 20-26.
Heather Forsyth says her mobile home no longer supports her daughter living with Muscular Dystrophy.
Large items can be collected during regularly-scheduled curbside pickups on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Widening project to finish this year
This comes through a new report compiled by the Mayor’s Task Force.
RCMP still looking for second man involved
Aaron Lee Sayler was handed 10 separate charges in court last week.
Find photos of the suspects in the article.
Fundraising effort coming to four local events
The town states weather caused delays in completing the project for the original May 17 opening.
Repairs finished on Wednesday
Michael Brown of Apex One Management Group is in the running for ‘Safety Person of the Year’.
Man takes off from Spiritleaf in St. Albert
Canoer found after boat capsizes
Trio target senior in St. Albert
Kathleen Rose Ferraz-Duchesneau had been missing since January
City Manager retiring after 38 years; last five in Spruce Grove
33-year-old Ahmed Salha arrested following search warrant
Optimistic as more younger voters attracted to Party
Semi collided with pickup hauling farm equipment
Family event hosted at Heritage Park next weekend
Future neighbourhood to add homes, school in southeast Stony Plain
Turton, Getson, Smith don't crack cabinet roster
Ryan Chambers books court date in St. Albert
Increased transparency, fewer hours of operation key focus points
Spruce Grove to take control of eight quarter sections in two years
First official population count since 2015
Skid steers, trailer also taken over long weekend
MLA elect officially resigns, byelection on the way
$140,000 project would add courts, washroom at Henry Singer
Armed suspect takes off with cash
Former MLA reflects on previous term
The town is adding its 36th mural to the exterior of the Good Samaritan Society building.
Despite a lacklustre performance at the polls, Jody Crocker is proud of the progress his party made.
RCMP Constable Dorian Tooze will make his first court appearance on May 1.
Police say the pair were seen damaging some property at a home located on Deerbourne Drive on April 11.
Votes cast toward UCP majority, Turton win in Parkland School Division
On Monday, council approved the new budget.
Live updates coming in over the course of tonight
The ceremony was held on Tuesday at city hall.
"Help the Billey Family Kick Lyme Disease's Ass" to be held on Saturday, April 13.
Members vote unanimously at Wednesday meeting
Ken Morrison has started a GoFundMe to help the Bishops buy back their home.
The Bait Locker Program will bait, track, and charge thieves.
Council to provide a letter of support to the RCCC.
Starting on Easter long weekend, curbside service will continue as scheduled on statutory holidays.
The city will redistrict two acres of land to add 41 new single and semi detached homes, as well as a small park.
Police say persons and property crimes down from last year.
Car smashed fence at 7-Eleven in Spruce Grove
Council to weigh options during Monday's council meeting.
The 37-year-old female driver sustained serious injuries in the crash Friday morning.
Andrew Hawkins (36) of Red Water faces charges after the incident on Tuesday.
The town is showing its dedication to environmental issues in 2019.
Phase two, three, and four were presented to council on Monday.
Sessions start on April 10 with a stakeholder meeting and continue with pop-up sessions throughout the tri-region on April 12, 13, and 18.
Security camera photos of the suspects included in the article.
The 2018 Dodge Ram was discovered Saturday night near Riel Drive.
The town aims to up its borrowing limit to fund a new rec centre and install utilities in the undeveloped area near Highway 60.
Police say 44-year-old Joel Schoepp of Stony Plain was the impaired driver.
The town will be updating which items it accepts starting on June 3.
Jackson Byrne reported missing March 28
On Monday, council reviewed a third-party report of its current Stormwater Management system.
Voting opens Friday, March 29 at 10 a.m to win $250,000 dollar prize
Beryl Musila faces charges of first-degree murder and indignity to human remains in the death of 75-year-old Ronald Worsfold.
Bing’s in Spruce Grove and House of Goodys in Devon were mentioned in the article commending Chinese-Canadian cuisine’s resilience in the prairies.
At Monday’s meeting, council brought itself up-to-speed on the strategies it has regarding the area’s maintenance and preservation.
Crashes, insurance claims down since ATE implemented in '09
The "Tri-Region Housing and Service Needs Estimate" was released earlier this month.
From March 30 - April 30, Stony Plain’s Crooked Pot Gallery will be displaying a collection of art pieces to create awareness of issues loons face locally.
On April 10, chamber members will vote to decide whether the Spruce Grove and Stony Plain groups will merge.
MacLean says this show is a huge step forward for hockey and the country.
See the full lists of events in the article.
Constables Kyle Aucoin and Jeff Czarnecki were recognized for pulling a man from a fire in 2016.
Photo of the suspect included in the article.
Until May 12, a contest will be run in which residents are challenged to create artwork that could be displayed on a cloth reusable bag.
Improvements sought for program already compliant with province
Sheri Ratsoy says a recent Stats Canada report may be too broad to give an accurate picture of the tri-region's situation.
The 2nd-annual Kids Can Cook celebration took place on Friday.
Sixty-three one-and-two bedroom units will be built to support low-income residents.
The Better Choices, Better Health workshops will be held every Monday from March 18- April 22 at Stony Plain's Westview Health Centre.
At Tuesday’s council meeting, amendments to the county’s Land Use bylaw were given a first read
Devon, Drayton Valley, and Yellowhead County will receive a total of just over $291,000.
On March 25 and 26, the community will be hosting the Energy Futures Roadshow workshops.
The change comes to single detached homes with back laneways.
A 57-year-old man is dead after an incident at Grove RV & Leisure on Monday.
Police say there is no credible threat to the school and the school will remain open and running.
On Monday, council took time to celebrate town staff being honoured with its seventh-straight Canadian Award for Financial Reporting.
Police are looking for a suspect in an armed robbery of Booster Juice, as well as two drivers involved in hit and run collisions.
Two men charged after guns and ammo found in home
Spruce Grove honours local standouts
Robert Cotterill stepping down on May 3
Houston, Shaigec, Choy speak to local priorities
Stops will be added just west of Highway 43 and the Yellowhead in both east and westbound directions.
Read or listen to Lisa Mulrooney's "Our Stories" here.
Stony Plain Legion, Kinsmen hosting event
Nicholas Lepine and Allisha Gariepy face five charges for the Feb. 18 incident.
Black Knot information sessions to be held on March 6 and March 14 at 7:00-8:30 p.m at the Dan Claypool Room in Devon’s Community Centre.
The team set its all-time gold medal record with 36, and a total of 100 medals.
"McCanns' Law" would further punish convicted murderers who refuse to reveal the location of a victim's body or remains.
Alberta's MELT program comes into effect today, but farm workers are not required to comply with the stipulations until March 1, 2020.
Persons, property, criminal code crimes all down
Mason Anderson, Danny Friedrick, Jenny Ray and Taylor Krushinsky face five charges for the incident on Monday.
OHS is still looking into the Feb. 11 incident at Pinnacle Renewable Energy in Entwistle.
The Town of Stony will use a social media campaign to encourage residents to ditch paper billing.
The Spruce Grove Fire Service brings-in the women selected through a recruitment campaign in November.
Consultant asked to address questionable track record
Police say a teenage girl was driving on Range Road 20 in Parkland County on Friday around 9:30 p.m.when the incident occurred.
The town is joining the fight towards a province-wide Extended Producer Responsibility, or EPR program.
A 62-year-old St. Albert man will appear in court on April 1st.
Photos of the Feb. 21 incident included in the article.
Ray Gibbon Drive between Anthony Henday Drive and Villeneuve Road to be widened.
A link to the Billey family's GoFundMe page is included in the story.
Jerry Fetting joined hundreds of people involved in the movement.
Alberta announced the new photo radar use guidelines on Thursday.
Stony Plain NDP MLA, Erin Babcock, says the Public Health Guarantee that UCP leader Jason Kenney signed on Wednesday contradicts statements he’s made in the past.
As of Feb. 9, a bus will use Spruce Grove’s bus stops to take clients to and from the food bank.
Jaycee Michel arrested in Acheson last week
Warrants executed over five day stretch
Only one power cord complaint made so far
Donations are due by March 1.
The Tri-Municipal Region Spring Info Night takes place Thursday, Feb. 21 from 6:00-8:30 at Heritage Park in Stony Plain.
Kody Richter remains in critical condition
Lisa Mulrooney is the town's first-ever Poet Laureate.
Weather puts activities at Mink Lake and Wabamun Lake on-hold for Family Day weekend.
Firefighters collected funds at the fire hall, Save on Foods, and Superstore from Monday-Thursday this week.
Threats come from scammers pretending to represent CRA
Two men previously charged no longer likely to be convicted
The explosion at Pinnacle Renewable Energy in Entwistle is being investigated.
Conservative MP of Sturgeon River-Parkland, Dane Lloyd, says this on-going investigation may break the Federal government.
Council updated its advocacy plan in a general meeting on Monday.
Trip to Shikaoi, Japan scheduled for July 2-16.
The firefighters will campout atop the fire hall until Thursday.
Theft happened between Thursday and Friday
Evelyn Osamudiamen splitting winnings with friends
Jonathan Sacrey to appear in St. Albert court
Parkland Food Bank says the number of food hampers given away has over tripled in recent years.
38-year-old Crystal Stebbings of Stony Plain faces 10 charges for various fraud, drug, weapon, and theft crimes.
A retirement celebration was held for Captain Rob Jonker on Wednesday.
Gary Crate has been found
Project Lock Up was announced Tuesday and will put more resources into these types of crimes.
31-year-old Gary Crate could be in Edmonton
Two in past week along St. Albert Trail
The Spruce Grove City Centre Business Association hosts the Family Day celebration on Feb. 18.
The school is expected to be closed on Tuesday and will reopen on Wednesday.
Town of Devon wants to introduce Extended Producer Responsibility to the province.
Security camera photos released of the two men from the Jan. 2 incident.
Saige Godberson to be featured in the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation’s magazine recognizing the work of youth towards greater gender equality.
UDI reps to address council on proposed site change
Ski-at-School will launch in late-2019.
Council deciding whether to send project for public feedback
Numerous collisions and rollovers on the highway west of Edmonton.
Eastbound lane of highway 16 is closed while crews work on repairs.
Province says a $68,000 grant given to the community has gone a long way.
Construction of a clean water system in Bahia de Caraquez, Ecuador coming in the spring.
Vandal hits St. Albert neighbourhood last week
Plans are in infancy as councils sign agreement earlier this week.
The highway will be twinned between highways 16 and 16A, and an overpass will be built over the CN rail tracks.
Talk of pipelines, local priorities with business community
Excess funds from Heritage Park phase three project will be saved for future projects and used to repay debts.
Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Parkland County come together in the spirit of collaboration.
Plans to be taken to public before June vote
Marissa Jackson found.
While it's not very common, ticks can still be active.
New report features three options for Westwind development
Lac St. Anne-Parkland residents have a chance to meet UCP-nominee Shane Getson.
Dylan Robinson to appear in court
EPS checkstops net more drunk drivers
25-year-old last seen Sunday night
Charges relate to starving horses on Parkland County property
Major routes, city centre being tackled
Town's program uses wood chips for landscaping
Annual event at Heritage Park kicks off at 6
Faith Mazeppa went missing December 17
Two nominees up for awards from Alberta Chamber of Commerce
Informal open houses being considered for continuing in 2019
Streamlined bylaw incorporates five previous ones
Council to be asked for further approvals next year
Spruce Grove's MLA loses nomination vote in St. Albert
Fully variable billing coming in 2019
Volunteer organization looking for recruits
The total number of deaths in the country since January 2016 is now at least 9000.
Councillors finished their final meeting until the new year
Line of credit, cemetery on latest agenda
RCMP are now working with Canada Post to prevent mail theft.
Freezing rain creating major issues for drivers
Local volunteers bringing public into the hall
The forecast shows a clear sky for the next few days
The goal of the program is to keep nature pure
The crime took place shorty before 6pm on December 4th
The new rules will buckle down on drunk drivers this holiday season
Crash happened Nov.11 on the Yellowhead
Future routes of new city-operated system to be discussed
Both appeared in Stony Plain court on November 28th
10-year-old Lucas needs transplant in fight against leukemia
Two voting stations open this week
The ACWS released these numbers Tuesday and it shows shelters are serving more women, kids and seniors than ever before.
Remuneration task force taking on volunteers in Spruce Grove
Arrests made following attempted break and enter
On November 26th 1985 Local 3021 joined the IAFF which is a union that supports fire crews in Canada.
Many shops have been sold out of product for some time.
The crash took place on Highway 43
The new website replaces the outdated, slower to use program.
Vincent Whitford showed up to court, however the other suspect Jonathan Dixon failed to appear and he now has a warrant for his arrest.
Guy Quenneville held a peaceful rally last Friday in support of his 16 year old who was assaulted on school grounds.
A resident in the parkland area informed One News of a possible Cougar in the area
Trevor Horne and Marie Renaud will be facing off, which is the first riding in Alberta where an incumbent MLA is being challenged for the position.
The new downtown project is playing a big role with the spike in numbers
Phase 3 will take place from November to March of 2019
The program promotes safe travels this holiday season
Two week detour in place on 560 bus
The downtown roadwork should be completed by next week while the Highway 779 project is nearing completion for the season
The incident took place on the 12th at midnight.
The incident took place November 11th at 11:30pm
Proposed project includes rec centre, hotel
Music festival, vet clinic among winners
Lori Halfe was last seen leaving the River Cree at 1am November 13th
2019 budget will need final approval on Nov. 26
The meetings went from November 5th to the 7th
The final meeting is November 8th
8 involved were from the Edmonton region
Stony Plain ranked 54th on the list
The snow was on and off all weekend with the addition of rain.
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RCMP trying to find source of bad candy
This would ensure a study would be done of a child's home and cultural connections before any private guardianship application be approved.
Construction to wrap in a few weeks
The incidents took place Monday evening.
All three knew the 16-year-old victim
If the proposal passes, changes would come into effect February 1st 2019
Premier Notley has reached out to Ottawa hoping to see an increase in crude by rail in the short to medium term.
Tips include staying bright and travelling in groups
The regulations will take into effect on Halloween.
The program will be held at the Devon Tim Hortons
The incident took place back in the summer
Begins new job on Monday
Switch to biweekly schedule could be phased in later
The poppy box fundraiser is the biggest project for Veterans.
The main item from their presentation was the acquisition of a new ranch
The man stole many products from both Lowe's and Best Buy
Candidates can apply up to Nov. 1
Hundreds of eager residents continue to wait in line to see what the hype is about
Donations will be accepted from October 29th to December 7th
October through December tend to be their busiest months.
No injuries reported in minor crash
The plan proposes a new residential neighborhood for the lands east of Golf Course Road, west of Veterans Boulevard.
New task force proposed by city administration
One idea was an application process that will be sent to the government.
Snippers Inc, Hardy's Grocer, Devon IGA and Keep it Clean and Green were all applauded for their work in the energy sector
Some of the major concerns surrounding the legalization is variety in product as well as supply.
RCMP members were encouraged with the numbers but know they can be better.
Smoking cannabis will remain prohibited in public campsites and playgrounds
It all starts up at 10am at the Greystone Centennial School.
Dog found after string of break and enters
Police believe Megan Cawthorp headed north from gas station
The goal is to be operational by 2020
Last year 34 cars were stolen every day
30 year old Megan Cawthorpe was last seen yesterday on Highway 60
Like cigarettes, cannabis unwelcome in public places
The new plan will come into effect in the new year
Senior couple was living in Parkland region
47-year-old facing gun, drug, theft charges
Naomi Toppin was forcibly abducted in the area of 84th street near 105th Ave in Edmonton
The price change starts effective immediately
Temperatures will be hovering near 9-12 degrees
All calls to the city will be directed to voicemail on October 13th and 14th
The incident occurred last month just after 4am.
Staff looking into public education campaign
Rotary Park totem pole coming down
Flight left Parkland Airport for Chilliwack
Potential cost of project main barrier
Seven storey to include library in seniors residences
Wreckage found 10 months after crash in BC
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