Augusta Township's Business of the Year Award for 2020 was recently presented to a humble couple who are quick to praise their employees.
If we are going to treat everyone the same, we need to treat everyone the same.
The rebuild of the historic Five Mile lighthouse is complete.
Space is the perfect gift for truckers on the highway this season.
Members of Edwardsburgh Cardinal council report they are still getting complaints about the speed limit on County Road 21 where it enters the village.
One local family has been bringing joy into neighbouring homes for nearly 70 years.
The township hopes to determine a possible solution to a funding gap which affects bringing internet to homes between Johnstown and Cardinal.
The annual contest winners have been announced by the Prescott Legion.
'We are the Change' is an trades-based employment-preparation program for vulnerable youth.
A mental health agency which services Prescott and surrounding areas was the recipient of $320,000 in funding recently.
Marie's Cupboard, a decade-old, second-hand store located on George Street is set to reopen on Friday, November 13.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on the outdoor terrace of the new Level One Mental Health Care wing.
Edwardsburgh Cardinal's Community Development Committee spent more than three hours dissecting the first draft of their new bylaws Monday.
A new warden for the council of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville will be selected this fall.
Augusta Fire Department recently received 144 combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms from Enbridge Gas.
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Augusta Township's vision for agricultural sustainability was called "incredible" at a celebration of World Energy Day.
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