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Lanark OPP Investigating Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision

Lanark OPP Investigating Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision
Drummond/North Elmsley – On August 17, 2019 around12:30 p.m., officers from the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were dispatched to a serious, two vehicle collision on Macphails Road between Drummond Concession 2 and Tennyson Road, (Ontario). McKenzie REMUS, age 20 of Perth, Ontario was pronounced deceased at the scene. A ten-month old passenger in the same... Read More

Special Delivery at Winchester Hospital! Wireless Fetal Monitor Supports Safer & More Comfortable Care

Special Delivery at Winchester Hospital! Wireless Fetal Monitor Supports Safer & More Comfortable Care
Winchester – It takes nine months to make a baby – and apparently it takes even longer to order a new wireless fetal monitor to support the best patient care! The WDMH Foundation is pleased to share our happy news. The new monitor has arrived and is now up and running in the Birthing Rooms. Training on the new machine... Read More

Police Continue to Investigate Dwyer Hill Road Collision

Police Continue to Investigate Dwyer Hill Road Collision
Beckwith Township – On August 17, 2019 around 11:30 a.m., officers from the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were dispatched to a serious, single vehicle rollover on Highway 7 near Dwyer Hill Road, Ontario. Lanark Officers were assisted by Lanark County Paramedics and members of the OPP Collision Reconstruction Unit. Highway 7 remained closed until around 7:00 p.m.... Read More

New pathway agreement between St. Lawrence College and Saint Paul University 

New pathway agreement between St. Lawrence College and Saint Paul University 
Brockville – A new educational pathway between St. Lawrence College (SLC) and Saint Paul University in Ottawa will allow graduates from seven programs to complete their Bachelor’s Degree in two more years, with 60 transfer credits to the university program.  Diploma graduates from Social Service Worker, Community and Justice Services, Business, Business-Marketing and Advertising, and Marketing Communications programs may pursue an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Social Innovation degree. As... Read More

Spencerville Women’s Recreational Hockey League Set to Begin 13th Season

Spencerville Women’s Recreational Hockey League Set to Begin 13th Season
Spencerville – During the spring of 2007 a group of local women came together to create a recreational hockey league that would allow women of all skill levels to enjoy the game. The league launched in Brockville with 4 teams. It has since moved to Spencerville where two games are played Sunday evenings between 8:30-10:30pm. The league is always welcoming... Read More

Brockville and Area Special Olympics Hosting Softball Tournament Today, August 17th

Brockville and Area Special Olympics Hosting Softball Tournament Today, August 17th
Brockville – Brockville and Area Special Olympics is hosting a Softball Tournament today,  Saturday, August 17th at the Brockville Royal Canadian Legion. The opening ceremonies begin at 8:45am this morning  and will include the Knights of Columbus, Members of the Pipe Band who will pipe the athletes in and Murray Golledge along with Sarah Styles, Special Olympics Athlete will sing... Read More

Ontario Government Say They Are Moving to Improve Recycling Across Province to Producer Responsibility

Ontario Government Say They Are Moving to Improve Recycling Across Province to Producer Responsibility
BROCKVILLE — Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark says Ontario is moving to improve recycling across the province to address the serious problem of litter and plastic pollution as part of our Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan. Clark, in his capacity as Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, joined Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks Jeff Yurek at Canada Fibers... Read More

1000 Islands Poker Run Makes Annual Stop in Brockville for Lunch Saturday

1000 Islands Poker Run Makes Annual Stop in Brockville for Lunch Saturday
Card Stops in Gananoque, Johnstown & Brockville! Brockville – The 33rd annual 1000 Islands Poker Run will set out from Kingston this Saturday, August 17th with card stops in Gananoque, Johnstown and a lunch stop in Brockville. More than 80 boats are expected to participate in this year’s poker run. The City of Kingston is once again hosting this event... Read More

Brockville Police Reports – August 15, 2019

Brockville Police Reports – August 15, 2019
Brockville – Police reports from the Brockville Police Service from August 14 – 15, 2019. Theft/Warrant/Counterfeit: The Brockville Police Service responded to a theft complaint at the Brockville Public Library around 12:40 p.m. August 14th. The complainant had left their cell phone in one of the charging stations and when they went to retrieve they discovered it was gone. The... Read More