The NG Times Newspaper

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...

Municipality is planning ahead

The North Grenville Council seems to have changed the traditional pattern of governing in this municipality, by working on the first four year financial...

And so this is Christmas…

It’s getting close now, almost on top of us. Christmas, I mean, what else? There will only be one more issue of the Times...

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...

Charles Ferguson, medic and politician

In this series of men and women from North Grenville who had an impact beyond the borders of their community, Charles Ferguson is a...

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...

Community partners warm homes this winter

Community Food Share (CFS) and House of Lazarus (HOL) are partnering with Winchester BMR for the third year in a row to provide firewood...

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...

Close to the edge

How about this for political discourse: “Our...opponents are driven by hatred, prejudice and rage. They want to destroy you and they want to destroy...
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