Rangers name Andrew Dickson as General Manager. New franchise looks to winning experience in front office and with coaching staff.
Joint Statement on heavy rainfall, potential for flooding
Citizens Against the ED-19 Dump (CAD), a not-for-profit group opposed to the opening or sale of an undeveloped dump site, known as ED-19, to host Recycle Drive on Saturday May 6, to raise funds for their cause.
Dave Dulmage and Marcus Babineau-Crane are two of the three owners, along with Mark Dulmage, of Access in Motion, an auto shop specializing in customizing vehicles for the needs of the physically handicapped, which is holding its grand opening on May 13 at the Augusta Business Center just west of Prescott.
Two people who have spent years doing just that in the town of Prescott were honoured at town hall Monday night, as the mayor and town council joined with a large crowd of well-wishers to celebrate the winners of the Citizen and Volunteer of the Year awards.
Parents want to work in partnership with their child(ren)'s educators to ensure that everyone has a positive experience. That is often easier said than done.
OPP partners with hospital's mental health crisis team.
The Canadian Coast Guard base at Prescott no longer has the resources to deal with a significant spill or accident, Senator Bob Runciman believes.
Ottawa Senators mascot Spartacat was thrilled when he saw that he was on the front page of last week's Prescott Journal. Sparty accompanied the Ottawa Senators Alumni as they came to Prescott for a game against the South Grenville Minor Hockey Association coaches last week to kick off the annual Leo Boivin Midget AA/AAA Hockey Showcase.
Volunteers with the Prescott Fire Department are always at the ready to protect the community, but at a meeting of town council Monday night, a few members of the department were singled out for having spent a large part of their adult life in service of their neighbours.
The Prescott KidZ Choir performed Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat to a full house and a standing ovation Sunday, March 27 for two shows at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Prescott.
Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark has tabled two Order Paper questions to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change regarding the validity of the decades-old Environmental Assessment for the ED-19 site in the Township of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal.
Citizens Against the ED-19 Dump (CAD) will be hosting a family fun day on the Fair Grounds in Spencerville on Saturday, April 1 from 1:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
Citizens Against the ED-19 Dump retains Canadian Environmental Law Association as Legal Counsel to oppose the ED-19 dump one day prior to group's presentation at County Council.
Prescott Flyers franchise sold to Pemboke Lumber Kings. Owner Kevin Harrison remembers the good times, thanks the community for 10 years support.
Senator Bob Runciman endorses Erin O'Toole for leadership
Augusta Mayor Doug Malanka addresses school closure.
Close to 200 residents attend initial "CAD" meeting in Johnstown.
A group of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal citizens are inviting fellow residents to a meeting to discuss options to fight the proposed ED 19 landfill sale.
Austin Selleck is a big part of his team even after an injury that keeps him off the ice.
Reacting to a response from close to 400 Edwardsburgh-Cardinal residents who packed into Spencerville's Drummond Building Thursday night to protest the proposed landfill site, E-C Mayor Pat Sayeau has put forth a request to the United Counties to halt the sale of ED19.
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