Here's this week's front page. Interested in knowing where you can pick up a copy of your community newspaper? Click here for information.
The printed community newspaper is by far the favourite source of local news and information in communities large and small across Canada, according to studies conducted by Heritage Canada.
Time spent with a community newspaper is virtually unchanged compared to two years ago. Not surprisingly, the predominant reason for reading printed community newspapers is for local information, including news, editorial, sports, entertainment, and events.
Recent research finds that printed community newspaper readers are engaged; they are more likely to closely follow all types of news, particularly local news, most of the time.
Among the stories we have for you in The Glengarry News this week are the following:
- Sussex man seeks plaque for war hero’s birthplace
- Ranked ballot decision still up in the air
- New youth pipe band forming in Glengarry
- NG set to laud Business and Community Award winners
- North Glen buys Mill Square
- Junior ‘B’ Glens in a fog
- Donation introduces pickleball at dome
- Celtic tops amongst tier 2 men
Leading our opinion page is a letter to the editor entitled "Time to fulfill skatepark pledge."
Here's your first look at the front page of the April 29 edition of The Glengarry News.
Digital subscribers will have access by 3pm this afternoon, while print edition subscribers can look forward to receiving the newspaper by mail on Wednesday.
Want to pick up an individual copy of the newspaper? Here's information on where you can find us.
The latest edition of The Glengarry News has gone to press. Online/digital subscribers will have access as early as 3pm this afternoon.
Among the stories we have are features on the South Glengarry awards, the need for more doctors, and high municipal fees.
In sports, you can check out all the latest high school news and more, including the junior badminton title claimed by GDHS.
This week's edition of The Glengarry News has gone to press and will be in the mailboxes or subscribers and on store shelves tomorrow. Online/digital edition subscribers will have access at 8pm tonight.
Numerous additional news and sports stories have been posted to our website at www.glengarrynews.ca