Airdrie's Parks department has identified a recurring problem at parks around the city this spring.
If you were still thinking about being a part of the Canada Day Parade in Airdrie, you've thought too long.
Yesterday (May 18th) Alberta's Court of Appeal gave changes to the Traffic Safety Act the red light.
Alberta's conservative parties have finally agreed to unify.
Three Airdrie teenagers are advocating on the issue of textile recycling in Airdrie.
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month and an Airdrie woman is continuing to push the campaign.
A lot of people choose one of two options on the May long weekend. Go camping, and maybe get snowed on. Or plant your garden... and maybe get snowed on!
This week's City Council meeting on Monday (May 15) included a presentation on a recent housing needs assessment.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley made an announcement this morning (May 18th) at an Orphaned Oil Well near Carstairs.
Two sure signs that summer is coming: Temperatures are starting to warm up, and motorcyclists are dusting off their bikes and hitting the roads.