Nathanael Lewis

Nathanael Lewis is the Brantford Manager of Operations [BMO], based out of the WLUSP Brantford office. Before becoming the BMO, Nathanael was a volunteer with The Sputnik and eventually became the News Editor. He is currently in the Honours Journalism program at Laurier Brantford, looking to graduate in 2016. Nathanael enjoys spending time with his fiance and biking along the Grand River trails.

Thomas Mulcair visits Brantford

On Tuesday evening, leader of the NDP, the official opposition, Thomas Mulcair, addressed a hall full of Brantford residents. After a full day of visiting within the GTA, furthering the NDP’s affordability campaign, Mulcair stopped in Brantford to speak with […]

Local Lifetime Achievement Award announced

Local volunteers will finally be getting some of the attention they deserve. Last Wednesday, a committee of citizens gathered at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts on Dalhousie St. to announce the creation of “The Lifetime Achievement Award for […]

Black is back

Remember the good ol’ days when all you could do was turn around and someone would be talking about Rebecca Black and how horrible her song Friday was? Well, Rebecca remembers it – and I think she loves it. Almost […]

Jazz in the Square

The Brantford International Jazz Festival, starting Friday night and ending Sunday, was a complete success, according to the event’s art director, Frank DiFelice. “I am really happy with the way things turned out and I am already looking forward to next year.” […]

Robberies along Market Street

On the morning of August 26 at approximately 10 a.m., the Bank on Montreal on Market Street was robbed. The robber walked up to a teller, passing a note informing them that it was a robbery, and demanding an amount of money. […]

Ontario to expand police access to Tasers

The government of Ontario has announced that it will allow more frontline officers to carry conducted energy weapons (CEWs), more commonly known as Tasers. This decision comes after years of incident reviews with specific regard to the usefulness of CEWs in policing […]

Fatal crash on 403

CAINSVILLE – Following an investigation by the Brant County OPP, the body of a woman found at the site of a crash on Highway 403 has been identified as Nelly Bennett, 56, of Oxford County. The crash occurred on the […]