March 25, 2015 Edition
The Council of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry announced March 16, that the operations of the Roads and Planning Departments will be merged into a new Department called “Transportation and Planning Services”.
The actions necessary to...
Increasing visitor satisfaction at its day use parks, is a main 2015 objective for the South Nation Conservation Authority.
Jim Hendry, team lead property management division of SNC spoke about the two SNC day use conservation areas located in South Dundas at the March 17...
South Dundas deputy mayor Jim Locke has long been pushing for the United Counties of SDG to turn over a portion of County Road 1 to the Municipality of South Dundas.
At the March 17, South Dundas council meeting, he reported that with the windfall money for roads from the EDP...
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–With the help of nationally and internationally acclaimed curler Lynn Kreviazuk, the Morrisburg Curling Club delivered its game to potential young curlers at Morrisburg Public and St. Mary-St. Cecilia schools on Monday. And it was a lot of fun.
The South Dundas Bantam B Rep Lions charged back from an opening game 5-1 loss, with a 4-0 win here Monday night to even the UCMHL championship series against the South Grenville Rangers at two points apiece.
The championship series is a five point affair. Game...
The South Dundas Peewee B Lions were on a mission when they headed to Brockville, Monday night, March 23 for game two of their five point Upper Canada Minor Hockey League championship series against the Braves.
The series, which opened in Morrisburg on Wednesday,...
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