Students bring expertise and extra fun to Dundas Manor

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submitted by Jane Adams, Dundas Manor Communications Lead It was the wild, wild west at Dundas Manor – thanks to two Algonquin College students who...

Progress continues on Hallville Community Park decisions

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After many residents of the town of Hallville demanded answers following years of waiting for a new proposed park to be built, the decision-making...

The importance of events and tourism in North Dundas

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North Dundas Chamber of Commerce President, Nanda Wubs Huizenga, has some bold ideas when it comes to aiding local commerce. One such idea is...

Temporary pool closure causes strong online reaction

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Winchester’s Centennial Pool was forced to be closed for two days last week due to a shortage of lifeguards, causing a strong online reaction...

We’ve Got This!

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Jane Adams, WDMH We’ve got this! It was a recurring theme throughout the reports presented at the Winchester District Memorial Hospital (WDMH) Annual General Meeting...

Meet Me on Main Street Morewood

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by Stephanie Seaver On Wednesday, July 6, the community of Morewood was pleased to close down Moffatt Street and welcome vendors to showcase their goods. "The...

Fairies in the Park donation to Girls Inc.

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Girls Incorporated of Upper Canada was pleased to accept a generous donation from the Fairies in the Park event held June 18 at St....

Fireworks incident highlights need for responsibility

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It is well known that fireworks can be dangerous in the wrong  hands, but one woman and her family recently had a traumatic experience...

St. Paul’s Community Garden receives $500 donation

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by Stephanie Seaver John Court, a member of the Highlands Masonic Lodge, made a decision to provide a generous $500 donation to the St. Paul's...

Canada Day celebration draws large crowd

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North Dundas held its annual Canada Day celebration in South Mountain on July 1, with the event drawing a large crowd of people from...

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