Technology is generally thought of as a way to make life easier and more efficient.
County residents will have a two per cent increase to their tax rate this year.
High school graduation should be a time of celebration and looking forward to the future, unfortunately all too often it is a night marred by tragedy.
The City of Camrose is taking a close look at the possibility of submitting a bid to host the 2019 Alberta Senior Masters Games.
The debate about naturalization in Camrose reached a new high on Sunday afternoon.
A Camrose daycare is part of a provincial pilot project to lower the cost of child care considerably in Alberta.
It was 100 years ago on April 9 that Canada earned the respect of the world as an independent nation.
The Rose City Curling Club will be welcoming the best curlers in the world to town in January.
Big Valley Jamboree has turned into much more than just a Camrose celebration of country music over the past 25 years.
There’s a new company in Camrose that is taking a different approach to the environment and business in general.
Council approved a bylaw at council on March 20 that set up guidelines for the mobile food vendors.
The Trudeau government released their 2017 budget on Thursday and Battle River-Crowfoot MP Kevin Sorenson is not happy with the massive debts that have been put forward.
For the last 45 years Meals on Wheels has been an essential service in Camrose, provided by a dedicated group of volunteers.
City Council approved plans to build a major mixed use development at the corner of 48 A Ave and 51 St.
The City of Camrose has reached a resolution on the traffic calming issues in West Grandview.
Elk Island Catholic Schools may have been left out of the provincial budget when it comes to building a new high school in Camrose, but now they will be prepared if they are granted funding next year.
For the past year a group of local business women have been meeting once a month to network and support each other.
Friends of Medicare is coming to Camrose on Saturday to discuss concerns over the privatization of seniors care facilities.
Wetaskiwin-Camrose MLA Bruce Hinkley is defending the provincial budget released on Thursday last week, despite the $10.3 billion deficit that will come with the financial plan.