The Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are seeking any information related to mischief and property damage at South Grenville District High School.
Haunted Christmas runs from December 7-15.
An unknown assailant broke into Wellington Public School in Prescott Nov 28 and made off with $3,500 in electronics.
Windmill Brewery and The Town of Prescott are hosting an event in support of Prescott's new arena. Think Rink is intended to bring the community together with a family‐friendly kick‐off fundraiser for the new Prescott arena. The day will include live music, a BBQ, speeches by local dignitaries, hockey and figure skating groups, an auction and more.
The body of the 25-year old male was located on the evening of September 9 near Morrisburg.
The OPP is asking for the public's help in Prescott Shopper's Robbery.
In a media statement Wednesday, the town praised fund-raising efforts and outlined a number of ways that residents could contribute to the ongoing effort of raising funds for arena replacement.
Girl Talk is a non-profit organization that provides a leadership opportunity for high school girls to mentor middle grade girls to help deal with the triumph and trials of the early teenage years. Part of their mission statement is "the bonds and lessons learned in Girl Talk meetings are something the girls will carry with them wherever they go in life". This program will be entering its third year this September.
The Rotary Club of Prescott may be no longer, but Prescott remains very much a part of the Rotary family.
The Canadian Coast Guard is hiring! Anyone with an interest in a marine career and who wants to work ashore may be interested in pursuing this opportunity as a Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) Officer.
(QUEEN'S PARK) - Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark has asked the Minister of Housing if he will support a proposal by Habitat for Humanity Ontario to make the dream of home ownership a reality for more families.
Froom Road, just east of Cardinal, was buzzing with first-responders late Tuesday morning.
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.
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