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Local farmers and agriculture producers endorse Mary Jean McFall

Local farmers and agriculture producers endorse  Mary Jean McFall
Brockville –  With less than a week remaining in this important by-election, a growing list of local farmers and agricultural producers from across Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes are supporting Mary Jean McFall and Team Trudeau as the strongest voice for our region. “I know this riding and our communities, and I know the priorities and needs of local farmers... Read More

OPP Investigating Break and Enter to Wellington Public School

OPP Investigating Break and Enter to Wellington Public School
Prescott –  On November 28, 2018 the Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were notified of a break and enter that occurred at the Wellington Public School, located on Boundary Street in the town of Prescott. The suspect entered a portable classroom and stole a number of laptop and IPad computers. The approximate value of the stolen equipment is $3,500, but the replacement... Read More

UCDSB Secures Ministry Funding for New Brockville School

UCDSB Secures Ministry Funding for New Brockville School
Brockville – The Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) is excited to announce that it has received financial support of up to $1.6 million from the Ontario Ministry of Education, which is a key component to moving forward with building a new public elementary school in Brockville. The new school will be built on 14.3 acres of land located at 550 King Street... Read More

Motor Vehicle Collision at County Road 12 and County Road 9: Roadway Closed

Motor Vehicle Collision at County Road 12 and County Road 9: Roadway Closed
NORTH STORMONT – Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers are currently at the scene of a single vehicle collision on County Road 12 and County Road 9, North Stormont Township. Preliminary investigation has indicated that at approximately 12:48 am, a passenger vehicle was travelling southbound on County Road 12, North Stormont Township when, for reasons under investigation, it left... Read More

WDMH: Christmas is Coming Despite postal disruptions

WDMH: Christmas is Coming Despite postal disruptions
In case you are waiting for it in the mail … Christmas is still coming – despite the current postal disruption. And the Judy Lannin Christmas Wish Tree appeal letter is on its way too. “The WDMH Foundation has mailed the Wish Tree letters but we recognize that delivery may be delayed,”  explains Managing Director Kristen Casselman. As well, it might take... Read More

YMCA of Brockville and Area & YMCA of Kingston Agree to Unify

YMCA of Brockville and Area & YMCA of Kingston Agree to Unify
BROCKVILLE & KINGSTON – We have agreed to become one regional YMCA that will be known as the YMCA of Eastern Ontario. This will strengthen our collective ability to create healthier communities. The process is being driven by the (JBUC) Joint Board Unification Committee, consisting of three board members from each association, and the CEO. Both Boards voted unanimously to unify into one... Read More

Tall Ships® Festival Tickets make the Perfect Gift this Holiday Season

Tall Ships® Festival Tickets make the Perfect Gift this Holiday Season
Brockville – Give your loved ones the gift of a tall ships experience this year with tickets to the Tall Ships® Brockville Festival – Presented by Procter & Gamble. The festival committee has plans well underway for this blockbuster festival that will be coming to Brockville August 30th – September 1st, 2019 and is pleased to be able to offer all... Read More

Waterfront Trail dedicated in honour of the late Terry Butler

Waterfront Trail dedicated in honour of the late Terry Butler
North Grenville – At their November 28 regular meeting, Council dedicated the Waterfront Trail in memory of former Councillor Terry Butler.  The Waterfront Trail is a 2-kilometre pathway along the north shore of the Kemptville Creek, connecting Old Town Kemptville to Clothier Street East that was completed in 2017. In 2001, Mr. Butler brought forward an idea to link the downtown area... Read More