November 26, 2014 Edition
Shoppers at Something Old Something New in Iroquois, have been dropping coins in a donation jar kept near the cash checkout by Thrift Store owner Laurie Turriff....and now that money will be used to help grant a wish to a child living in Eastern Ontario with a...
Calling all moustaches that are involved in the local Dare to Flash A ’Stache campaign to raise awareness and money for Porstate Cancer in November....the time is almost here.
This Saturday night, November 29, the campaign will come to an exciting close,...
Although their main intent is the collection of information, mostly in the digital format, the Historical Society of South Dundas recently received its first donations of artifacts.
Three school photos, from two different sources, have brought three locally-relevant 19th...
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Dennis Casselman has put the rumours to rest with his recent announcement that the 15-year-old back nine portion of the Cedar Glen Golf Course located east of Williamsburg has been sold to neighbouring farmer Robert Byvelds.
In an interview on Monday...
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