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April 12, 2018
* Big Tree Culling; Cut now, pay later?. - by - Chris Jones.
* Rock, rock and more rock; Explosive construction ahead. - by - Cheryl Parrott.
* Connecting to Nature; A personal journey for anyone... - by - Robert Alvo, M.Sc., Conservation Biologis.
* Councillor’s Corner; News from City Hall. - by - Jeff Leiper, Kitchissippi Ward Councillor.
* Rumour has it... - by - staff.
* A West End Garden Legacy; Sherry Clarke’s enduring work. - by - Deb Chapman.
* Rosemount Library’s Future?; A book depot during renovations. - by - Blaine Marchand, R.E.A.D. Group.
* Neilly’s Neighbourhood; Rules of the road apply to all. - by - Cst. Dawn Neilly, O.P.S.
* Letters to Newswest; Community design plan needed. - by - Bob Huson.
* Photo Inset: Hintonburg & Wellington Village; Spring Cleanup on April 28.. - by - staff.
* Look Out Sun Here We Come!; A close-up look at Earth’s brightest star . - by - Mark Narwa.
* Semi Formal Glamour; Clothes make the teenager. - by - Anna Borris.
* (Online-only) Different Ways To Celebrate Astronomy Day; On April 21/22. - by - Mark Narwa.
* (Online-only) Hintonburg Community Sustainability Plan; a community consultation on April 24 and 25. - by - staff.
* (Online-only) Impact Hours; a new volunteer website. - by - Christine Franklin.
April 26, 2018
* Cymbeline in Summer; Theatre magic in our parks (July 4 to August 5). - by - Eleanor Crowder.
* Great News for Hampton-Iona; TD Parks grant inspires new projects (June 2-16, and beyond). - by - Eileen Hun.
* Rosemount Library Gets a Band Aid; Added space is what’s needed. - by - Blaine Marchand, R.E.A.D. (Added Pic)
* Wellington Village AGM; 7:00 p.m. May 15, Ottawa Bagel Shop. - by - Kimberly Patriquin, Pres., WVCA. (Added text)
* Parkdale Park takeover.; Jane’s Walk launches (with a party) on May 3. - by - Courtney Symons. (Added Text and Pics)
* Little Kids in a Big World; Adventures in distant neighbourhoods. - by - Anna Borris.
* Change is Growth; A note from Newswest’s editor. - by - Tim Thibeault, email@example.com .
* (Online-only) 6th Annual Borshch Cook-Off on Byron Avenue; Ukrainian Orthodox Church cooks for orphans (on May 6). - by - Olena Stetskevych.
* (Online-only) How High Can You Go?; Developer aspirations soar to new heights. - by - Cheryl Parrott, Hintonburg resident.
* (Online-only) Development Plans to Be Made Clear; City plans information presentation.
May 24, 2018
* When is the best time to plant a tree?; The upside of casting shade. - by - Cheryl Parrott, Hintonburg resident. (Added Pic)
* Exit Overwintering Cooper’s Hawk; Enter Frogs and Spring Birding. - by - Robert Alvo.
* Neilly’s Neighbourhood; Summer Safety. - by - Cst Dawn Neilly, OPS.
* Backyard Camping; Roughing it at 12 years old. - by - Anna Borris.
* Photo Essay: Tiptoe Through the Music; Uke Troupe-ing in Colour for Young and old. - by - Neil Forman ( Photos ). (Added Pics)
* (Online-only) Cymbeline (July 4 to August 6); Bear and Company in Westboro and Hintonburg. - by - Eleanor Crowder.
* (Online-only) A Newswest - How To Vote; New Words for New Ontario Voters. - by - staff.
* (Online-only) A Newswest - How To Vote; New Ontario Voters should Be Prepared. - by - staff.
* (Online-only) Why Westboro?; Some thoughts from the Street. - by - Kevin Doyle, Westboro resident.
* (Online-only) The Contemporary Middle East; Through the Scholarly Eyes of a Palestinian Christian. - by - Sharron Hanna.
* (Online-only) Photo Inset: Dollars for Dogs; A fun fundraiser in Andrew Hayden Park on May 27. - by - Steven Doucette, Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind (Photo).