The Hyatt Place hotel’s grand opening took place on January 23.
The annual Lunar New Year Celebrations in Chinatown were held on January 28.
A new film asks the question: what is a caring community?
Please keep your sidewalks clear, for everyone’s safety.
A neighbourhood hairdresser has set up shop a ways away, but hopes his former clients will make the trip to Beverly to see him.
Thousands of people, including those from the area, took part in an historic event on January 21.
An Indigenous artist meet-and-greet aimed to connected talent with buyers.
Black History Month was celebrated at City Hall, and McCauley Revitalization was part of it.
McCauley residents took part in a mock funeral for the Liberal’s election reform promise.
On Valentine’s Day, missing and murdered women were honoured at Sacred Heart Church.
A house in Boyle Street may be getting historic designation because of its links to Edmonton’s Jewish community.
History may have seemed boring in school, but it has so much to teach us.
Learning about history can sometimes be uncomfortable, especially if you have a name with Nazi associations.
A concert on March 5 celebrates International Women’s Day.
One of the biggest events in McCauley is only three months away.
On Monday, March 6 at 7 p.m. in the Sacred Heart Church basement, McCauley residents will have a chance to talk about the proposed service at a community meeting organized by the McCauley Community League.
Do you have something to offer the board of the McCauley Community League?