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.
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.
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.
Austin Selleck is a big part of his team even after an injury that keeps him off the ice.
Boomer's Sports Bar and Restaurant, in downtown Prescott, will be hosting a fundraising event for local Figure Skater Matthew Markell on Saturday, February 25.
The Spencerville and Cardinal public libraries held a "Valentines for Vets" event this past Saturday.
Mike Spencer and family celebrate with his HEO Minor Hockey Country Volunteer of the Year award. From left to right - Daughter Ashleigh Spencer, partner Anne Evans, Mike Spencer, mother Rosemary Spencer, son Tim Spencer, and Catey Sauve (son's girlfriend).
JOURNAL PHOTO/K MARTELLE
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.
"...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
Local firefighters are at the core of any community.
Are the ghost of the past part of Fort Wellington's present? A Halloween tale.
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.
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