Historical Society looks to the future

The North Grenville Historical Society held an Open House at the Town Hall on Water Street in Kemptville last Saturday to show friends...

Local artefact takes the long way home

An unexpected donation to the North Grenville Historical Society was made at the Society’s Open House last Saturday. Local resident, Reinder Kuntz, presented...

We can work it out

Well, just two weeks into the new decade, and things are becoming really interesting. We could have had a major war in the Gulf,...

New funds for Kemptville’s schools

The Ontario Government has announced new funding for the Kemptville Public and North Grenville District High schools. Local MPP, Steve Clark brought the good...

Kemptville 73’s make franchise history with six straight wins

by the sportsguy Due to possible weather conditions, Kemptville 73's were forced to postpone their meeting with the Hawkesbury Hawks in their barn on December...

Another year over….

Happy New year to all! And just one week into 2020, I want to make a definite resolution: no variation of “2020 vision”, or...

A year in review-Part 2

A new Council was sworn in December 3, 2018, complete with four new Councillors and a new Mayor, all eager for change. Mayor Nancy...

The early references to the South Branch River

Debate continues about whether a certain stretch of waterway should be called the Kemptville Creek, or the South Branch of the Rideau River. What...

A Community Christmas returns

Christmas is a season for family, friends and getting together. This year, in this amazing community of North Grenville, everyone is invited to a...

Free to have fun

A couple of weekends ago, I volunteered at the Old Town Kemptville BIA Christmas event. I clocked in at 10:00 am at the Library,...
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