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Local telethon raising money for Christmas needs
Local telethon raising money for Christmas needs
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Leftover funds guarantee maintenance money for lighthouse
Leftover funds guarantee maintenance money for lighthouse

The rebuild of the historic Five Mile lighthouse is complete.

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On the roads of Christmas present
On the roads of Christmas present

Space is the perfect gift for truckers on the highway this season.

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Speed limits and winter-parking woes in EC
Speed limits and winter-parking woes in EC

Members of Edwardsburgh Cardinal council report they are still getting complaints about the speed limit on County Road 21 where it enters the village.

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Prescott Legion literary contest for schools goes ahead despite pandemic
Prescott Legion literary contest for schools goes ahead despite pandemic

The annual contest winners have been announced by the Prescott Legion.

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Augusta council hears details of EEC trades program for at-risk youth
Augusta council hears details of EEC trades program for at-risk youth

'We are the Change' is an trades-based employment-preparation program for vulnerable youth.

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Provincial grant provides boost to area mental health services
Provincial grant provides boost to area mental health services

A mental health agency which services Prescott and surrounding areas was the recipient of $320,000 in funding recently.

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BGH cuts ribbon to new tower
BGH cuts ribbon to new tower

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on the outdoor terrace of the new Level One Mental Health Care wing.

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Committee wrestles with draft Tuttle Point bylaw
Committee wrestles with draft Tuttle Point bylaw

Edwardsburgh Cardinal's Community Development Committee spent more than three hours dissecting the first draft of their new bylaws Monday.

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United Counties will soon hold vote for warden
United Counties will soon hold vote for warden

A new warden for the council of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville will be selected this fall.

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Enbridge Gas and Augusta Fire Department team up
Enbridge Gas and Augusta Fire Department team up

Augusta Fire Department recently received 144 combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms from Enbridge Gas.

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Scary Story Contest winners!
Scary Story Contest winners!

Check out our top three scary stories, written and submitted by readers!

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Traditional Halloween fun down on the farm
Traditional Halloween fun down on the farm

Bakerfield Farms outside Prescott will be hosting a family-friendly and safe event on Halloween night.

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Shattering Crystal Rock - A hometown homicide, the conclusion
Shattering Crystal Rock - A hometown homicide, the conclusion

The conclusion to our three-part series focused on one of South Grenville's darkest pieces of history..

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Business vehicles broken into in Prescott
Business vehicles broken into in Prescott

The OPP investigated a report of a break-in on Development Drive in the Town of Prescott.

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Shattering Crystal Rock - A hometown homicide, part two
Shattering Crystal Rock - A hometown homicide, part two

The Journal invites readers to part two of our three-part series, looking at one of South Grenville's darker pieces of history. Look for the conclusion in this Thursday's edition.

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First Nations and environmental partners host tree planting
First Nations and environmental partners host tree planting

Over 250 culturally significant trees were planted to form "The Healing Place".

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Council searches for new home for Prescott artifacts
Council searches for new home for Prescott artifacts

Prescott's elected officials are looking for a place downtown.

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Canadian aid for Chernobyl begins 2020 campaign
Canadian aid for Chernobyl begins 2020 campaign

It will be a tough year for the charity, who need help now more than ever.

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Prescott non-profit raising funds and awareness for human trafficking victims
Prescott non-profit raising funds and awareness for human trafficking victims

A Prescott-based charity hopes to make the public more aware of the dangers and extent of human trafficking in this region.

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Shattering Crystal Rock - a hometown homicide
Shattering Crystal Rock - a hometown homicide

The Journal invites readers to a three-part series looking at one of South Grenville's darker pieces of history. Look for part two in this Thursday's edition.

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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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