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Winchester Hospital Celebrates First baby of 2019

Winchester Hospital Celebrates First baby of 2019
Worth the Wait Winchester – Alex Denis and Jean-Sebastien Desforges celebrated the new year a little later than most people – at 1:06 pm to be exact. That’s when their son arrived. He is Winchester District Memorial Hospital’s first baby of 2019. Téo Deforges weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. He is a first child for Alex and Jean-Sebastien. They live... Read More

SD&G OPP Reports for Dec 24th – 28th, 2018

SD&G OPP Reports for Dec 24th – 28th, 2018
STORMONT, DUNDAS & GLENGARRY – The SD&G Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating several incidents after responding to 195 calls for service from Monday December 24, 2018 to Friday December 28, 2018. Among these occurrences, SD&G OPP responded to: –             21 Motor Vehicle collisions –             19 calls for Police assistance –             14 – 911 calls –             21 traffic complaints –             16 Traffic... Read More

Smile! Smile! Smile! $10,451 Raised for Winchester District Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Family Care Fund

Smile! Smile! Smile! $10,451 Raised for Winchester District Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Family Care Fund
It was smiles all around at the cheque presentation ceremony with (l-r): Robert St. Denis (Owner), and employees Kathy Barkley, Justin Boyer and Mackenzie Wright. – Submitted Photo Winchester – Every fall, there are a few extra smiles in Winchester, Long Sault and Morrisburg – thanks to the Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign. In fact, more than 10,000 of them... Read More

Suspect sought in Armed Robbery in South Glengarry Township

Suspect sought in Armed Robbery in South Glengarry Township
SOUTH GLENGARRY – On December 27, 2018 at approximately 13:43Pm, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers, responded to a report of an armed robbery at Summerset Acres Rd and County Rd 2, South Glengarry Township. Investigation indicated one male suspect approached the victim, brandished an edge weapon and stated “This is a hold up”. The victim... Read More

Freezing rain warning in effect for: Merrickville-Wolford – Kemptville, Smiths Falls-Eastern Lanark, Morrsiburg-Cornwall

Freezing rain warning in effect for: Merrickville-Wolford – Kemptville, Smiths Falls-Eastern Lanark, Morrsiburg-Cornwall
Freezing rain is expected in the above regions overnight into Friday morning. Snow or snow mixed with ice pellets will begin this evening or overnight and change to freezing rain overnight. Freezing rain is then expected to change to rain Friday morning. However, the freezing rain may persist a bit longer in the Ottawa Valley area. Travel may be impacted... Read More

Special weather statement in effect for: Smiths Falls – Lanark, Morrisburg – Cornwall for Thursday Night!

Special weather statement in effect for: Smiths Falls – Lanark, Morrisburg – Cornwall for Thursday Night!
A period of freezing rain possible Thursday night. Precipitation ahead of a low pressure system on Thursday evening is expected to begin as snow or freezing rain before changing over to rain as temperatures warm up significantly. The exact duration of freezing rain is difficult to predict at this time however travel could be impacted or become hazardous at times.... Read More

The Christmas Spirit is Alive and Well at WDMH

The Christmas Spirit is Alive and Well at WDMH
Winchester – “That was wonderful”  “I know some of those children” “Thank you so much”  These were just some of the comments overheard as students from Morrisburg Public School toured WDMH, handing out empathy cards and singing Christmas carols for patients and staff. For the past 12 years, teacher Sarah Barclay Thomas has organized this festive tradition. It was all part... Read More

St. Lawrence College adopts new policy on free speech 

St. Lawrence College adopts new policy on free speech 
Brockville/Cornwall/Kingston – St. Lawrence College (SLC) will be posting a new policy on free speech that has been endorsed by all of Ontario’s 24 colleges.  “The free exchange of ideas is fundamental to the success of higher education,” said Glenn Vollebregt, SLC President and CEO. “We encourage the effective sharing of knowledge and respect for everyone’s right to express their opinions.”  The policy was developed by a... Read More