The College: we need to learn from the past

by Bill GoochCouncillor Bertram's article in this weeks Times takes me back to 2003 when the hot topic of the day was building...

Is social enterprise the key to the future of local food?

Recently, at the Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference in November, there was one breakout session that was of particular interest to this writer. It...

Local girls to skate in Ottawa Senators competition

Two Kemptville girls are getting the chance to play with the Ottawa Senators this holiday season. Eleven-year-old Brooklyn McNeely and eight-year old Lily McNeely...

And so this is Christmas…

Everyone has a favourite Christmas carol or two. Some are older, religious ones, like “Away in a Manger”, or “Joy to the World”. Others...

Kemptville Quilters Guild Thank you Tea

The Kemptville office of Family and Children’s Services of Lanark, Leeds and Grenville held a thank-you tea for the Kemptville Quilters Guild on Friday...

Local citizens honoured in the Senate

Two of North Grenville’s most illustrious residents were honoured by the presentation of the Senate of Canada’s 150th Anniversary Medal recently. Gerald Tallman and...

United Way receives $100,000 from Proctor & Gamble

The team at Procter & Gamble presented a cheque for $100,000 to Board Chair Tammy Sokolowski, Cabinet Member Darren Gallacher, and Executive Director Trish...

North Grenville receives a grant for Cycling Program

The Municipality of North Grenville is one of 120 municipalities across the Province of Ontario which will receive funding from the province for new...

World Hope receives grant to help pregnant women in Sierra Leone

A relief and development organisation based in North Grenville has received a $100,000 grant to help pregnant women in Sierra Leone test for urinary...

Christmas wonder brings winter warmth

by William J. LangenbergNeed a radiant and heartwarming centre-piece during the cold winter days? The magical Poinsettia brings it all to you during...