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Fort Town Night Run cancelled amid rising COVID cases in region
Fort Town Night Run cancelled amid rising COVID cases in region

The Prescott Fort Town Night Run events on September 26 and 27 have been cancelled and converted to a virtual run.

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Council discusses alternative Boundary Street parking options
Council discusses alternative Boundary Street parking options

Prescott is reconsidering proposed changes to Boundary Street parking.

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Upper Canada Folkfest debuting soon in Prescott
Upper Canada Folkfest debuting soon in Prescott

The inaugural Upper Canada Folkfest will take place on Saturday, October 3.

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It takes a village to get through a pandemic
It takes a village to get through a pandemic

A local man and his wife spent the recent months of isolation building some very special structures.

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Legion going all out to find new members, volunteers
Legion going all out to find new members, volunteers

The Prescott Legion is sending out a plea for new members and more volunteers.

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80% of UCDSB students choose in-person learning
80% of UCDSB students choose in-person learning

A recent survey results found that 80 percent of families with children attending UCDSB elementary and secondary schools are continuing with the regular day-school option.

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A Craft Boutique offers everything you need to get creative
A Craft Boutique offers everything you need to get creative

Catherine Byrne has been located at 130 King Street west for 16 years.

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Insurance companies pay off in kindness to frontline workers
Insurance companies pay off in kindness to frontline workers

Two local insurance companies recently joined forces to thank frontline workers.

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Working on procrastination
Working on procrastination

Does procrastination get the better of you?

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Measurements come in many ways
Measurements come in many ways

How do you measure life's moments?

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The unknown
The unknown

The unknown is always around the corner, waiting for each of us.

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A window to the past
A window to the past

It's where old cars go to rust in peace...

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Sponsors needed for Spencerville Fair
Sponsors needed for Spencerville Fair

There is still time to sponsor the groundbreaking 'virtual' edition of the annual event.

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All roads lead to John Street
All roads lead to John Street

Cardinal's GT Automotive does more than meets the eye

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The legendary '55 Chevy
The legendary '55 Chevy

For those who grew up in the local race community, the '55 Chev that perhaps first comes to mind is Bill Gaw's car.

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Keeping up to speed - fifty years of performance
Keeping up to speed - fifty years of performance

For Gary Spero, owner of SS Performance Products, life has been about making cars go quickly.

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Katie's Run/Walk fundraising for a decade
Katie's Run/Walk fundraising for a decade

Last Saturday, only a few days after Hadley would have turned 41 years old, her friends observed the 10th anniversary of Hadley's passing with the annual Katie's Run/Walk at the waterfront in Prescott.

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Rusted glory of yesterday
Rusted glory of yesterday

A lost champion is hidden away in South Grenville.

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Chip truck proposal gets the green light at EC council meeting
Chip truck proposal gets the green light at EC council meeting

Monday night's meeting of Edwardsburgh Cardinal Township Council was held at the Ingredion Centre in order to accommodate the more than 40 residents who made up two separate delegations.

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Hache a standout performer on ice, court, and drums
Hache a standout performer on ice, court, and drums

Cody Hache is a local talent with accomplishments in both music and sports.

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Time running out to fill in Augusta survey; youth opinion encouraged
Time running out to fill in Augusta survey; youth opinion encouraged

The Great Augusta Community Survey closes this Friday at 4:30 p.m.

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2020 Graduation Section
2020 Graduation Section

Check out this year's graduation special!

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Speed limit change in Prescott
Speed limit change in Prescott

At a meeting Monday night of town council, it was decided that the speed limit in town will be lowered.

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The art of unlearning
The art of unlearning

This week - Lindsay shares her thoughts and insights on "the art of unlearning".

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Fort Town Night Run forges the way for a new way to race
Fort Town Night Run forges the way for a new way to race

The Prescott Fort Town Night Run is hosting this year's event event in a brand-new way.

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