The welcoming and expert staff at Prescott's CSE Consulting - (l-r) Rod Palmer, Kelly MacGregor, Shelly Byrne and Julie Marshall - are ready and able to help anybody in the area looking for work and employers looking for new hires.
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Jim Grant and Rev. Dr. Edward Murray from St. John's United Church. The Cardinal church is launching a first responders PTSD outreach in February.
News release from the OPP - Possession of Child Pornography Charges
South Nation Conservation cautions that watercourses are expected to rise over the next week due to above-freezing temperatures and rainfall.
Tis the season to be jolly: St. Lawrence Seaway cargo up 8.5% December 14, 2017 --
OPP are asking for public assistance in identification of suspect.
12 Days of Christmas promotion rewards local shoppers
Today in Question Period, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark called on the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to get off the sidelines and confirm no landfill will open at the ED-19 site using environmental approvals granted two decades ago.
The Leo Boivin Community Centre is now reopened after a 15-day closure.
On Saturday, October 28, the second Annual Zombie Walk brings the dead to life, as zombies and ghouls take over Prescott's Riverwalk District from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Edwardsburgh-Cardinal residents and Council members react to decision to resume negotiations for ED19 sale.
Several mayors, including Prescott Mayor Todd and Edwardsburgh-Cardinal Mayor Pat Sayeau, attended a meeting in Kingston early Monday in the hope of taking the first steps to addressing the dangers of truck traffic and winter road conditions.
It was announced last week that the local service club, which has been serving Prescott and its residents since 1939, has folded.
The Class of 1967 from South Grenville District High School held a 50-year reunion at the Prescott Golf Club last weekend, and nearly 50 alumni and teachers returned to enjoy the gathering, which was organized by a six-member committee of (l-r) Mary (Rintoul) Woodland, Sharol (Hall) Havey, Pauline (Gagnon) Smith, Mimi (Maggio) Garrah, Judi (Morris) Martin and Barbara (Johnson) Smith.
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Community in a spray can!
A group of Prescott youth recently took the initiative to repair and repaint the Prescott Skate Park after vandals had defaced it. Group photo of the kids with spray cans includes: Back row: Madeline Joanisse, Maggie Haller, Trinity Bailey, Jorja Adams, Desiree Bailey, Domenic Bailey, Frankie Haller. Front row: Amelia Adams, Ethan Bailey, Zack Bottigoni, Anastasia Joanisse, Zaida Bottigoni.
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