The NG Times Newspaper

More clarity needed about the prison

Ever since the announcement was made that Kemptville is to be the site of the new Greater Ottawa Correctional Facility, there has been an...

Attempted closure of the Kemptville court foiled

A motion introduced at the United Counties Council meeting last week saw a motion being presented that, if passed, would have discontinued all sittings...

Jail Opposition Group protests in downtown Kemptville

About 20 North Grenville residents gathered on Saturday to protest the establishment of the new provincial correctional facility for the Kemptville College Farm lands....

Council approves site plan for new cannabis facility

North Grenville council passed a resolution at the meeting on November 3 to give site plan approval to a new cannabis facility in the...

Susan Smith leaves the Seniors Community Services

Sad news for the seniors of our community, with the news that Susan Smith is leaving her position as Executive Director for Seniors’ Community...

Ted and Barb Warren remembered

This community lost two special people this past few months. Barb and Ted Warren came from Ireland and became part of a new community...

60 Years of Taste and Tradition

Now that they are celebrating sixty years in business, the Grahame family don’t just have deep roots in this community, they are a foundation...

Council approves new waste management funding model

North Grenville council is moving forward with a new waste management program for the municipality, set to be rolled out on February 1, 2021....

Skilled trades training to be offered at Kemptville Campus

The Kemptville Campus will be providing skilled trades training once again starting September 2021. Minister Steve Clark announced on Friday that the provincial government...

SOS North Grenville

North Grenville has escaped the worst effects of the coronavirus, so far, for which we’re all grateful. Residents and municipal staff and council have...