In the August 24 edition of The News read about Glengarry's connection to an Olympic fencer.
Now on The News Facebook page, an interview with a leader of the Save Our Libraries movement.
Protesters have gathered at the Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry united counties building in an 11th hour appeal to save the Dalkeith, St. Andrews West and Morewood library branches, which are set to officially close September 3.
Many Glengarrians have had special reasons to cheer on
Canadian athletes at the Rio Olympics.
Gold-medal winning high jumper Derek Drouin has in the past got lifts from Jean-François Ménard, the Green Valley native who as a performance psychology specialist has worked with some of the world’s top athletes.
It looks like it might be a rainy one tonight at the VCI pitch in Vankleek Hill, where the host Grey Shirts are slated to play Alexandria FC to determine which side advances to play Dunvegan in the Glengarry Soccer League finals and which squad hangs up its cleats for the season.
Game time is set for 8:30pm.
For more soccer news, please see the Aug. 17 edition of The Glengarry News.
A 46-year-old North Glengarry man has been charged with animal cruelty after allegedly throwing rocks at a woman's service dog.
Ricky Sabourin was also charged with assault with a weapon and mischief after police responded to a disturbance August 12 on
St. James Street in Alexandria. The investigation concluded that during an altercation, a man struck the woman's service dog.
The accused is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Alexandria October 12.
A mother and daughter have won $100,000 in the Encore lottery.
Carole Poll, of Dalkeith, and her daughter, Samantha Poll, of Lancaster, celebrate after matching six of seven winning numbers.
Umbrellas are being dusted off as we get some relief from the drought. North Glengarry is urging citizens to cut water use by 20 per cent, however, rain is expected for most of the weekend.
This year's edition of the Williamstown Fair was one of the best yet, with an estimated 18,000 people, including one tired youngster, attending the exhibition. Thanks to Brigitte Loos for sharing this adorable photo. More images of the big event can be found in the August 10 edition of The News.
Here's the front page from the Aug. 10 edition of The Glengarry News.
Look for the newspaper in your computer inbox tonight, or in your mailbox or on newsstands on Wednesday.