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STEO Prepared for Inclement Weather

STEO Prepared for Inclement Weather
Johnstown – With the widespread accumulating snow forecasted for tonight and Tuesday for our entire region, we are re-posting the Student Transportation of Eastern Ontario’s (STEO) process used to manage bus cancellations for the upcoming winter season that was first published earlier in November. “STEO continues to work to enhance communication with parents and students about decisions to cancel busing when... Read More

Big Brothers Big Sisters Luncheon Fundraiser Coming Up!

Big Brothers Big Sisters Luncheon Fundraiser Coming Up!
Full Deck is hosting the fundraising lunch for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Carleton Place – On November 23, come for fabulous food, lots of laughter, 50/50 draw and door prizes. Help fundraiser for the organization that gives those in need of a mentor, a mentor. Cost is only $5 and food is homemade. So come out to 30 Bennett Street... Read More

Carleton Place Community Garden Says Goodbye For The Winter With Celebration

Carleton Place Community Garden Says Goodbye For The Winter With Celebration
Come one, come all to the Carleton Place Community Garden Season Finale. The green light turns red this Saturday, October 14th, 11 am to 1 pm, at Carleton Place Community Garden, 176 Townline Road West Carleton Place (through St. Gregory School parking lot). Here you can plant your feet as speeches, music, and refreshments, all to plant seeds for next... Read More

Serious Collision Hwy 7 in Carleton Place Closed

Serious Collision Hwy 7 in Carleton Place Closed
TOWN OF CARLETON PLACE – Officers from the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) assisted by OPP Technical Traffic Collision Investigators (TTCI) are currently investigating a serious collision on Hwy 7 just west of Hwy 15 in the Town of Carleton Place. The highway is currently closed in both directions. Detours will be in place for the next... Read More

Pet-friendly Businesses Support Ontario SPCA’s No Hot Pets Campaign

Pet-friendly Businesses Support Ontario SPCA’s No Hot Pets Campaign
Brockville – To help spread awareness about the dangers of leaving pets unattended in vehicles, and to assist pet owners, the Ontario SPCA is encouraging businesses across the province to take part in its annual No Hot Pets campaign. Read More

TIM HORTONS® CAMP DAY BUILDS BRIGHTER FUTURES ONE COFFEE AT A TIME

TIM HORTONS® CAMP DAY BUILDS BRIGHTER FUTURES ONE COFFEE AT A TIME
On Wednesday, May 31st, 100% of coffee sales and proceeds from limited edition bracelet purchases will help provide Canadian youth with a transformative camp experience. OAKVILLE – Canada’s Favourite Coffee™ helps kids from low-income families see a world of possibility. On May 31st, 100 per cent of proceeds from hot coffee sales at participating Tim Hortons Restaurants across Canada and... Read More

OPP INVESTIGATE BOMB THREAT AT CARLETON PLACE HOSPITAL

OPP INVESTIGATE BOMB THREAT AT CARLETON PLACE HOSPITAL
TOWN OF CARLETON PLACE – Officers from the Crime Unit of the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) continue to investigate a Bomb Threat targeting the Carleton Place Hospital on Lake Avenue East in the Town of Carleton Place. Officers from the Lanark County Detachment assisted by members of the Emergency Response Team (ERT) responded to the call... Read More

OPP Canine Search in Carleton Place

OPP Canine Search in Carleton Place
TOWN OF CARLETON PLACE – Officers from the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) supported by the Canine Unit and members of the Emergency Response Team (ERT) conducted a search as part of an ongoing investigation into theft offences in the Town. The investigation is active. There is no risk to public safety connected to the offences involved. Read More

Lanark County Genealogical Society to Feature Brenda Krauter at April 1st Meeting

Lanark County Genealogical Society to Feature Brenda Krauter at April 1st Meeting
Lanark – The Lanark County Genealogical Society welcomes Brenda Krauter at their April 1st, 2017 meeting. Brenda Krauter grew up in Ottawa hearing her mother and aunts telling stories of early family history in the Ottawa Valley. That led to an interest in genealogy and, in particular a desire to know more about her Irish ancestors who came to Canada... Read More