MPP Steve Clark and parents from Eastern Ontario, including Leeds-Grenville, joined those from across the province at a rally at Queen's Park to protest ongoing accommodation reviews that could see up to 600 schools close.
With winter near, and the impending onset of inclement weather, Student Transportation of Eastern Ontario (STEO) is preparing the process used to manage bus cancellations for the upcoming winter season.
Pat Sayeau, mayor of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal, took part in a meeting of the South Edwardsburgh Recreation Association (SERA) last week, at which Temple Heidecker (center) and Elizabeth Knapp (right) spoke about the proposed closure of South Edwarsburgh Public School in Johnstown and efforts being made to prevent it.
The Brockville Winter Classic Committee, in collaboration with the Rotary Park Revitalization Committee, announce this year's three-day festival will be include the Boston Bruins alumni team.
"...this one gentleman had ridden into town on his horse, and rode the animal right into the hotel and parked it up at the bar." - Wally Kolodziechuk on his recollections as Cardinal Police Chief
The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs Canada made a Remembrance Week visit to the Royal Canadian Legion's Fort Wellington Branch #97 in Prescott on Saturday night.
Local firefighters are at the core of any community.
The Harbour Lites Square Dancers will be holding their 9th annual Food Bank Benefit Dance on Saturday, November 5 at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Prescott from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Bring it on!
Students from Seaway District High School stage a walkout on Tuesday morning to protest the Upper Canada School Board's proposed closure of their school. The Iroquois group is one of a swelling number of organizations banding to fight the potential closing of hundreds of schools across the province. More coverage on pages, 2, 3 and 14 of this week's Prescott Journal.
MPP CLARK CALLS FOR MORATORIUM ON SCHOOL CLOSURES
Edwardsburgh-Cardinal community rallies to save their school in Cardinal.
Are the ghost of the past part of Fort Wellington's present? A Halloween tale.
While area residents mount efforts to keep their local schools open, their hopes met with resistance at last week's Upper Canada District School Board meeting. A motion put forward that would have overturned the board's decision to look at possible school closures in the region was defeated by a vote of 8-3. More on school closings on page two and fourteen of this week's Prescott Journal.
The South Grenville Major Midgets open the season with a tie and win in their first two games.
A crowd of dignitaries and onlookers cheer the landing of Flight #644 from Florida into Ogdensburg International Airport. The Allegiant Air flight was the first into the newly renovated airport facility from the company that is now offering discounted fares direct to the sunshine state.
PrPrescott Council was happy to hear recently that the Town of Prescott had been awarded 'five blooms' by judges of the Communities in Bloom program, and after a brief presentation at a council meeting last week, in which the judges' glowing review was revealed.
Edwardsburgh-Cardinal CAO Deb McKinstry receives award for 20 years of service to community.
Parents from Benson Public School are mobilizing forces to petition the Upper Canada District School Board to reconsider taking any closure action to the Cardinal school. More school closure coverage on pages 2, 5 and 7 of this weeks Journal.
The Prescott Flyers pick up a point in a wild OT loss to league-leading Arnprior Packers.
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