Local business facing obstacles

Since it was built in 1952, there’s always been a bee keeping business in the building at the corner of Oxford Street and James...

Kemptville cat owners concerned

The owners of pet cats in Kemptville have become very concerned about their animals following the discovery of a number of cats that had...

Stinging remarks on Facebook

Every now and then, a story posted on Facebook, or in this newspaper, garners an unusual amount of attention. When we published the story...

Local retirement home closing

A local retirement home is closing its doors because of new legislation contained in the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA). Greystone Manor opened its...

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...

A Town with a big heart

Maureen and Terry McCleery had been going to Tim Horton’s at the Kemptville Mall for years, part of the local flavour of the coffee...

Mission for Mya

We were just watching the Christmas Parade in Kemptville when one entry caught our eye. When we asked the woman walking the parade what the...

Burritt’s Rapids Bridge to be closed for eight months

The swing bridge over the Rideau Canal at Burritt’s Rapids will be closed for renovations from the first week in October, until possibly May...
The NG Times Newspaper

Requiem for a small town: the decline of Kemptville

by Woody Armour In the recent past, Kemptville had a small brickworks factory, a small pipe factory, a milk plant, a creamery, a maple syrup...

The Secret Sisters of Kemptville

Ever since I moved my office into the downtown core, a group of ladies caught my attention. Every now again, I would drop into...

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