1. OSHAWA — (top) Battalion’s Ben Thompson and Generals’ Michael Dal Colle get tangled in OHL playoff action at the GM Centre. (bottom) Battalion’s Nick Paul and Genrals’ Cole Cassels kept an eye on the puck. April 20, 2014. Jason Liebregts/Metroland

    Read about the game here.

  2. CLARINGTON — Collin Lee and other Bowmanville High School students participated in a Spring clean-up outside of the school Wednesday afternoon. April 16, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

  3. TORONTO — A state funeral was held for former finance minister Jim Flaherty at St. James Cathedral. April 16, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about the funeral here.

  4. OSHAWA — Jayde Leyland pointed out one of the butterflies on exhibit at centre court in the Oshawa Centre. Orkin Canada proudly presented The Flying Jewels Exhibit in an effort to educate and engage the public about the strange, the unusual, the giants, the deadly, the rare and the beautiful butterflies and insects from around the world. Over 500 specimens were professionally mounted in glass cases courtesy of exhibitor creator and manager John G. Powers. April 12, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

  5. WHITBY — Brian McCormack signed a memorial book for the late Jim Flaherty at the Abilities Centre. Mr. Flaherty, who passed away April 10, played a role in making the centre a reality. April 12, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about the tribute here.

  6. OSHAWA — Niyonella Kamera, a student from Pringle Creek Public School, played the trombone during a performance by the Durham Elementary Honour Band and Choir at Eastdale Collegiate and Vocational Institute. The event featured grade 6, 7, and 8 students from elementary schools in the Durham District School Board. April 13, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

  7. WHITBY — Tim McCabe, a member of Anti-Gravity Trampoline, went through a routine at the club. The club is hosting the 2014 Trampoline and Tumbling Ontario Provincial Championships this month in Whitby. April 3, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about the event here.

  8. PICKERING — Audiences were thrilled as students took the stage during William Dunbar’s production of Peter Pan. April 10, 2014. Jason Liebregts/Metroland

    See a gallery of images here.

  9. OSHAWA — Ryan LePage, a third year criminology student, is the new Student Association president at Durham College and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. April 9, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about Ryan here.

  10. PRINCE ALBERT — Ilene Pugh received an Ontario volunteer service award on March 26 for her 50 years of volunteer work in the community. April 8, 2014. Celia Klemenz/Metroland

    Read about the volunteers here.

  11. OSHAWA — Caleb Megan, 7, stirred some sweet potato fries at The Bakers Table as he helped make recipes from a cook book titled “I’m Full” that will benefit children undergoing cancer treatment. Caleb’s sister Sophia was diagnosed with cancer two years ago. April 7, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about the book here.

  12. AJAX — Klara Siklos celebrates her 100th birthday April 17. She had a party at her home with family and friends April 13th. April 13, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

  13. WHITBY — Whitby Courthouse Theatre presents On Golden Pond, from April 17-May 3. Left to right: Daniel Wise as Norman and Deborah Lobban as Ethel. April 6, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

    Read about the show here.

  14. WHITBY — Soroush Fakhri, 23, was recently announced as a grant recipient of Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Youth Opportunities Fund. He plans to launch programs for Afghan youth living in Durham Region. April 5, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

    Read the story here.

  15. WHITBY — The Metro East Anglers and volunteers gathered at the Whitby Marina to transfer 10,000 juvenile Chinook salmon into Lake Ontario. April 5, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

    See more images in our gallery here.