Do you know the story behind the strange yellow bricked building at the corner of Thornton and Adelaide?
Explore the history of College Hill and DeMill Ladies' College
It's now known as the Pinewood Centre for Addictions, but the stately, red-brick building on Centre Street South was once an orphanage for Oshawa's children. Here's the story of the Children's Shelter...
What did Oshawa look like one hundred years ago? Explore the city's gracious past though these photos from the Thomas Bouckley Collection at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.
Will it be demolished or restored? The story behind the "other" McLaughlin house at 195 Simcoe Street North.
It's given to the top student in each grade 8 class, but how much do you know about the woman behind the Fanny Hislop Award?
As Canada celebrates it's 150th year, we approached staff at the Oshawa Museum for their favourite stories from Oshawa's long history. This is what Jennifer Weymark, Archivist, had to say:
Oshawa's connection with Arthurian Legend....
Oshawa's church with a secret past...
As Oshawa's downtown core grew, few of the area's gracious mansions survived...except for one. From love lost to new beginnings, this is the tale of Adelaide House.