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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).
June 28, 2018
* Letters to Newswest; Wisdom of the Ages The secret to life. By Jan Glyde, Unitarian House Resident.
* The Birds of Summer; and Nature’s clever schedule for survival. By Robert Alvo.
* Remembering Monica Freedman; Community Activist Passes. By L. Hoad HCA.
* Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic; Subsidized service reduces pet overpopulation. By Cheryl Parrott, Hintonburg Resident.
* Neilly’s Neighbourhood; Summertime fun time. By Cst Dawn Neilly, OPS.
* Science in the Night; Catch A View Of The Planets Through A Telescope. By Mark Narwa.
* Camp Anticipation; Sleeping bags, snacks and candy. By Anna Borris.
* This Paper Needs You!; Community Partners Sought. By staff.
* (Online-only) Imagining a Greener Hintonburg; Ottawa’s first community sustainability plan. By Carol Paschal, Hintonburg resident.
* (Online-only) Rosemount Library; Users deserve better. By Blaine Marchand, R.E.A.D.
* (Online-only) Cymbeline in the Park; Bear & Co. present Shakespeare summer fare. By Rachel Eugster.
July 26, 2018
* Yoga in the Park (July to August); Fresh air, sunshine and peaceful exercise. - by - Devinder Kaur, Director, PranaShanti Yoga Centre.(preview version, other pic)
* Nature All Around Us; Lots of Young Birds and the End of Frog Breeding Season. - by - Robert Alvo, Conservation Biologist.
* The Perseid Meteor Shower; Nature’s Fireworks. - by - Mark Narwa.
* Rosemount Library; Users deserve better. By Blaine Marchand, R.E.A.D. (print version of June 28th on-line article).
* Letter to the Editor: The Other Side of the Story; Letters to Newswest. - by - Alma Cowa.
* Neilly’s Neighbourhood; Summertime Safety Tips. - by - Dawn Neilly, OPS.
* Dog Days of Summer; Hot slides and cool basements. - by - Anna Borris.
* (Online-only) Photo Essay: BREAKING NEWS; Hintonburg Rocked by Heritage Collapse. - by - Pat McLeod (photo).
* (Online-only) Photo Essay: Yoga in the Park. - by - Larry Hudon (photo) and the PranaShanti Yoga Centre.
* (Online-only) The Invisible Sponsor; 12th Annual Newswest/Hintonburg 1K Fun Run still a sweet affair. - by - staff.
* (Online-only) City Planning for What?; Important Points Ignored by Council in 65 Storey Decision. - by - Cheryl Parrott.
* (Online-only) (July 12, 2018) Tree Action Now; New Website Brings Together Local Greenspace Interests. - by - Debra Huron.