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152nd Birthday of Canada Being Celebrated on Monday Throughout Leeds-Grenville

152nd Birthday of Canada Being Celebrated on Monday Throughout Leeds-Grenville
Leeds-Grenville – Canadians celebrate Canada’s 152nd birthday on Monday, July 1st and there are many events planned to celebrate throughout the Leeds and Grenville area tomorrow.   Brockville:   The annual Canada Day procession will start from City Hall at 11:45am and march down King Street to CourtHouse Ave, to the CourtHouse Green for the official Canada Day Ceremony.  ... Read More

Power Knocked Out During Storm Last Night – Some Areas in Our Region Still Affected

Power Knocked Out During Storm Last Night – Some Areas in Our Region Still Affected
Brockville – The storm that blew through our area on Saturday night knocked out power to a number of areas throughout our region.   As of this morning at 9:00am there are still areas without power, including pockets in Elizabethtown-Kitley, Athens, Front of Yonge, Rideau Lakes, Augusta, Merrickville-Wolford as well as areas in Lanark County.   For more information and... Read More

Weekly News Grenville County OPP

Weekly News Grenville County OPP
STOLEN VEHICLE RECOVERED, MAN CHARGED (EDWARDSBURGH, ON) – On June 16, 2019 at approximately 4:00 p.m., Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers from Grenville County Detachment were on Highway 401 when they observed a vehicle which had been reported stolen. Officers stopped the vehicle and confirmed it had been stolen in British Columbia. James COWX, 23 years old from British Colombia,... Read More

Classic Theatre’s 10th Anniversary Season off to Sizzling Start

Classic Theatre’s 10th Anniversary Season off to Sizzling Start
Pictured: Lana Sugarman and Douglas Walker, Voice of the Turtle; Brooke Trealout, Tyler Street, Mallory Brumm and Connor Williamson, The Forgotten Ones and Androcles and the Lion – Submitted Photos Perth – The Classic Theatre Festival’s 10th anniversary summer season is off to a sizzling start. There will be three shows on the go inside their air conditioned mainstage space... Read More

Ring the Bell For Donors Who Give Gifts of $1,000 or More at WDMH!

Ring the Bell For Donors Who Give Gifts of $1,000 or More at WDMH!
Thank you to the 2019-2020 WDMH Foundation Board (l-r): Gilles Roy, Peter Krajcovic, Cholly Boland, Chris Chevalier, Laura Fletcher, Wayne Burns and Tina Asselin. (Missing: Tod King, Stephen McClellan, Bruce Millar, Mike Villeneuve (WDMH Board Chair, Elinor Jordan and Lynn Dillabough (Auxiliary Co-Chairs)) – Submitted Photo   Winchester – A new tradition at the WDMH Foundation is shaking things up... Read More

OPP CONDUCT AGGRESSIVE DRIVING CAMPAIGN AS SPEEDERS CONTINUE TO MAKE ROADS UNSAFE

OPP CONDUCT AGGRESSIVE DRIVING CAMPAIGN AS SPEEDERS CONTINUE TO MAKE ROADS UNSAFE
ORILLIA – With Ontario highways and roads about to see some of the highest traffic volumes of the year, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be targeting aggressive drivers over the Canada Day Long Weekend.   The OPP responded to 64 speed-related collisions during last year’s Canada Day Long Weekend, three of which resulted in the loss of life. Officers laid 7,393 speeding charges over the... Read More

Impaired Driving Charge in Gananoque

Impaired Driving Charge in Gananoque
Gananoque – On Thursday June 27th, 2019 Gananoque Police Service were called to assist OPP in dealing with a possible impaired driver at a local business. Upon arrival, officers were directed to a female that had been observed attempting to leave the premise in her vehicle. While doing so, the female driver struck a vehicle parked adjacent hers. Staff members... Read More

South Stormont House Fire Claims Life

South Stormont House Fire Claims Life
SOUTH STORMONT – On June 26, 2019 at approximately 5:58pm, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police officers responded to a report of a house fire on Sunnyview Avenue  ,South Stormont Township. South Stormont Fire Department members were on scene to extinguish the fire. A caller reported that there was a person inside the structure. Further investigation led to the... Read More

Westminster PS Students Raise $3600 for Students in Need

Westminster PS Students Raise $3600 for Students in Need
Brockville – Through the school’s annual fundraiser, Westminster Public School students raised $3,600 to help their peers who may be in financial need. At the end of May, the Grade 6 students at Westminster PS spent two weeks organizing the school’s annual Move-a-Thon, which was held on June 12. From start to finish, the event was linked directly to curriculum... Read More