Here are some of this week's headlines:
- ‘Enough is enough’
- Business boost
- Refugees arrive Friday
- New recreation, development director
- Rash of thefts
- Letter to the Editor: We are all Gaels
- Gaetan’s lease extension divides council
- Le Relais girls on top
- Awesome weekend for junior ‘B’ Glens
- Gaels garner Harvest Bowl with 42-0 shutout of Warriors
The latest issue of The Glengarry News has been completed and will be available soon to you.
Here are some of the stories we have for you:
- School closures
- Francos surpass anglos in math
- No new trash limit
- XXX-rated crop
- 12-year-old charged
- Street protests
- General managers expect challenges
- Char-Lan seniors open with 4-1 win over Tagwi
Our opinion page leads with an item entitled "Not as famous as we had thought"
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."
To help you prepare your visit to this weekend's Glengarry Highland Games in Maxville, The Glengarry News published our annual supplement last week. In case you missed it, the publication can be read online for free.
As a special publication of The Glengarry News, our spring Home Improvement and Car Care guide is available to everyone through our online platform. Check out advice from local experts and advertisements from local businesses to help you get prepared for the season.
Access the publication here.