Local business helps people pay forward

A local business is encouraging the community to Pay It Forward in a delicious way. Angie and Blaine Mordy, the operators of Fat Les’s...

Farewell to the old school

The news that the old North Grenville District High School building on Prescott Street has been put up for sale by the Upper...
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Don’t be silenced – Vote!

by Colin Creasey Some friends of mine from the area where I had previously lived before moving to Kemptville dropped by to see me recently....

The race is on

Nominations have closed for this year’s municipal elections in Ontario, and North Grenville has four people running for Mayor, and eight running for Council....
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A hard rain’s gonna fall

The official start of campaigning for the 2018 Municipal Election finally gets underway this weekend. As of this Friday at 2 p.m., nominations close...

E-test issue continues to stir anger

The report in last week’s Times that only Canadian Tire in Kemptville is now licenced to perform e-tests on Vehicles in North Grenville has...
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Accessibility issues at Kemptville Live

A lot of people had a lot of fun at Kemptville Live over the weekend; but there were some among the crowd who were...

College Alumni taking the Municipality to court

Since the Municipality of North Grenville took ownership of the old Kemptville College, an on-going dispute has ensnared the municipality in a court case...

Council asked to clarify the name of Maplewood Park

It was reported in this newspaper in the May 9 issue that the Municipality of North Grenville had erected a new sign at Maplewood...

Fewer e-test centres in North Grenville

It has been a dreaded part of licence sticker renewals for a long time now: that requirement to have an e-test done on your...

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