Peltons Corners woman wants speed limit reduced

Peltons Corners resident Sherry Potter is speaking out about the dangerous driving through her community, after she and her husband estimated that they have...

Presbyterian Church presents cheque for accessible transportation

St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church presented a cheque to the Municipality of North Grenville for $2,665 to support accessible transportation. The Mission Committee surpassed its...

KYC welcomes new Operations Manager

submitted by Bruce Wehlau Roxanne Trumble-Elliston has joined KYC as Operations Manager effective June 13, replacing Barb Tobin who has retired after three years of...

Canada Day Parade Cancelled

With the deepest regret, we announce that this year's Canada Day Parade must be cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control. The Rotary Club of...

New and improved BMX Pump track

Last week, Mayor Peckford along with Councillors O’Sullivan and Strackerjan officially re-opened the new and improved BMX pump track at Riverside Park! Volunteers Mark (of...

Seizing the opportunity to reconnect in North Grenville

by Mayor Nancy Peckford For some, as public health protocols continue to diminish, the pandemic may feel like a bit of a distant memory.  For...

Group of local Scouts heading to Scotland

A group of six Venturer Scouts (age 14-17) and a Rover Scout (age 18) from North Grenville Scouting will be heading to Scotland this...

Children’s book supports safe shelter

The Farmer’s Daughter is the first book for children written and illustrated by Marguerite Boyer, co-owner of the Times. She decided to have all...

Surplus land use meeting draws crowd

On June 9, the Rotary Club of Kemptville hosted a meeting aimed at facilitating strategic discussion about the use of surplus farmside lands at...

Pat Babin’s Legacy of Inspiration

On Saturday, May 22, 2022, the first Babin Inspirational Art Event was held at the North Grenville Public Library in honour of the late...