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...

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...

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...
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A year in review, part 1

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

Open Arms welcomes first refugee to North Grenville

North Grenville’s new refugee sponsorship group, Open Arms, welcomed their first arrival to the Municipality at the beginning of November. Originally from Iran, Massih...

A record year for the Fill-A-Bag Campaign!

by Susan Hoftyzer The residents of North Grenville have filled up the food bank again this year, generously supporting the 11th Annual Fill-A-Bag Campaign. The...

New book sheds light on local history

A new book has been published profiling some of the places and people from North Grenville’s past. “Places in the Past” is the latest...

Kemptville Players Inc – Donation for a Life-Saving Cause

by Cathie Raina Marguerite Boyer, owner of the North Grenville Times, was presented with a $200 cheque from The Kemptville Players Inc. Pictured with Marguerite...

North Grenville budget review

by Mayor Nancy Peckford December 3 marks the one year anniversary of this Council’s election to office. And with that anniversary has come the benefit...
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