Augusta Township's Business of the Year Award for 2020 was recently presented to a humble couple who are quick to praise their employees.
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.
Marie's Cupboard, a decade-old, second-hand store located on George Street is set to reopen on Friday, November 13.
Augusta Township's vision for agricultural sustainability was called "incredible" at a celebration of World Energy Day.
A new car lot has opened just west of Cardinal.
Spitfire Detailing is putting some unique shine into the local car detailing industry.
If you have a project and need the right tools, look no further than First Stop Rental.
Sophie Cushing can help you make the transition to hearing aids.
Catherine Byrne has been located at 130 King Street west for 16 years.
Two local insurance companies recently joined forces to thank frontline workers.
Prescott's Wok House is back, and busier than ever.
A proposed corner store and lunch counter in Algonquin won't be a "square box" on the landscape, says local businessman Arnold Dixon.
Essential workers keeping the pedal to the metal.
Canucks Wildlife Services in Domville are continuing to provide vital service to the community.
The staff at Home Hardware aren't letting new regulations stop them from serving their community.
A previously-thriving Spencerville business may go under if an archaic law isn't changed soon.
A long-time favorite stop in the village is still open for business.
During the recent closures of some businesses and downsizing of others, most local retailers are figuring out ways to change and adapt with the times.
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