EARLY MORNING FIRE DESTROYS SHAWVILLE BUSINESSES – Police are investigating an early morning fire, Saturday, August 12, that completely destroyed the Blue Heron Landscaping and Hardy Plants businesses in Shawville. The cause is thought to be electrical.


A thirty-boat flotilla protested CNL's proposed
radioactive dump upstream near Chalk River, August 6.


LITCHFIELD SPLASH PAD INAUGERATION – Over 75 people attended the official inauguration of the Litchfield Halt splash pad, August 13. Members of the municipal council and the Litchfield Leisure Committee, who were responsible for raising funds for the project, participated in the ribbon cutting.

Infected ticks discovered in Bristol

Added: Wed, 06/07/2017 - 11:03pm

Allyson Beauregard

BRISTOL – Pontiac residents are advised to take extra precautions to avoid being
bitten after blacklegged ticks (deer ticks) infected with Lyme disease were discovered in an unconfirmed location on Keon Road in Bristol last year. read more »

Newspaper awards celebrate community press Journal sweeps a category, wins golds, silvers, bronzes!

Added: Wed, 06/07/2017 - 11:02pm


From left: Lily and Sophie Ryan accept the Lindsay Crysler Award for outstanding achievement in the community newspaper industry, from Steve Bonspiel, president of QCNA and publisher of the Eastern Door. Photo: Lily Ryan

Fred Ryan read more »