100 Kids Who Care North Grenville hold first meeting

One Hundred Kids Who Care North Grenville held their first meeting on Thursday, October 18, raising $200 for Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and...

École Publique Rivière Rideau opens registration for high school

École Publique Rivière Rideau celebrated the opening of their high school on Friday with a short afternoon reception. The school now has two buildings...

The Story of Wellington Road

by Doreen O’Sullivan Once upon a time, many years ago, there was an old dirt lane that ran along the old railway line from Bridge...

Downtown business part of Starter Company Plus program

A business in downtown Kemptville has been accepted into the Leeds Grenville Small Enterprise Centre’s Starter Company Plus program. Kim Smalridge runs Stepping Stone...

Kemptville College remembered fondly

These are good days for North Grenville history. In the last few years, we’ve had “Glimpses of the Past”and “School Days Past”, from the...

Sugold Jewellers celebrated their 29th year

“In 1988 when I first opened the doors, I had no idea what it would be like. I had no business plan, but knew...

Forest Creek residents clean up

by Bill Kozak Here is yet another reason why living in Kemptville is so great. There are many among us that demonstrate their commitment to their...

NGHS hears from candidates

The North Grenville Historical Society held their annual Harvest Dinner last weekend, and the focus of the evening was the municipal elections. All...

KDH Foundation receives EODP support

Kemptville District Hospital Foundation will benefit from an investment by Grenville Community Futures Development Corporation (GCFDC). Through the Eastern Ontario Development Program’s Community Innovation...

The Ducks are the Winners

submitted by John Carkner On Saturday April 23, the Rideau-Grenville Chapter of Ducks Unlimited held a successful fund raising event at the North Grenville Municipal...
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