A 61-year-old Cornwall man was pronounced dead at the scene of an accident which occurred at 4:30 p.m. Monday when a vehicle went out of control and rolled over on the McConnell Avenue off-ramp on Highway 401 near Cornwall.
The victim has been identified as Edmund Poirier.
The Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police detachment and OPP technical collision investigators continue the investigation.
South Glengarry Mayor Ian McLeod had the luck of the draw Tuesday to edge South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde for the post of Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry United Counties Warden.
When fellow members voted, both were tied. A second ballot did not break the stalemate.
Then Mr. McLeod's name was drawn.
He will succeed South Stormont Mayor Jim Bancroft as chair of county council.
St. Lawrence River anglers are asking about the status of fish in Lake St. Francis and want to know how ecosystems of the river and her tributaries are changing.
October 18 at 6:30 p.m. the Best Western Parkway Inn in Cornwall will host a 2017 Lake St. Francis Fishing Forum sponsored by The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) and the St. Lawrence River Institute in partnership with the Cornwall Lunker Club and the South Lancaster Fish and Game Club to try to answer these questions.
For more information contact the River Institute at 613-936-6620 (ext. 229).
Students at St. Lawrence College got an unexpected break Monday morning when a province-wide strike by teachers went into effect.
All full-time programs at St. Lawrence College are suspended, with the exception of some work/field placement Activities.
Campuses in Cornwall, Brockville and Kingston will remain open during the strike and all managers and support staff will be at work. Most services are operating as usual.
More than 12,000 Ontario public college faculty hit the picket lines after talks between the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) and the College Employer Council failed to produce a tentative collective agreement.
Do you have photographic memories of Alexandria?
Organizers of the 200th birthday celebration in Alexandria in 2019 want them.
Contact Allan MacDonald, archivist at the Glengarry County Archives, at 613-209-0202 or firstname.lastname@example.org to share your photos of the town’s past.
The images will be featured in a pictorial book that will be released in early 2019.
Lawrence Hill, author of The Illegal and The Book of Negroes, will speak at North Stormont Place (16299 Fairview Dr.), Avonmore at 6 p.m. October 12.
The award-winning writer is featured at the final SDG Reads event of the season, organized by the SDG County Library System. Tickets are required to attend the final event. Contact your local branch to pick up your ticket.
VSA: Vital signs absent. When Maxville firefighters got that alert on a June day in 2016, they swung into action. Trevor Stanton, now 78, had no pulse after going into cardiac arrest. Today, he is back playing the saxophone and thanking the people who saved his life.
Read this incredible story in our Salute to Firefighters inside the October 4 edition.
Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers are currently at the scene of a construction issue at Highway 401 mile marker 781 in South Stormont Township. Construction crews are currently working on an issue with the bridge at Highway 401 and Avonmore Road.
A section of Highway 401 (westbound lanes only), between Brookdale Avenue (Cornwall) and Moulinette Road is closed to traffic with indicated Emergency Detour Routes (EDR) in place onto County Road 2. Highway 401 westbound at Power Dam is also closed to traffic.
Due to construction in the Village of Long Sault motorists should expect long delays and the closure will remain in place for several hours.