REALLY BUSY WEEKEND for Cornwall Police #CCPS 080817

REALLY BUSY WEEKEND for Cornwall Police #CCPS 080817

MISCHIEF, ASSAULT Cornwall, ON – A 34-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on August 5th, 2017 and charged with assault and mischief. It is alleged on August 5th, 2017 the man pushed his common-law wife and damaged property within the residence. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During the investigation the man was taken into […]

Walk for Kidney Disease Cornwall Hosts Annual Kidney Walk – AUG 7, 2017

Walk for Kidney Disease Cornwall Hosts Annual Kidney Walk – AUG 7, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – The Kidney Foundation of Canada invites the community of Cornwall to sign up for the annual Kidney Walk on Sunday, September 10th, 2017 at the Lamoureux Park bandshell. Participants and volunteers can register themselves or walk teams online at www.kidneywalk.com. All donations raised by walk participants and sponsors will go to The Kidney […]

Could Bad McDonalds Service in Cornwall Signify the End of the World? By Jamie Gilcig

Could Bad McDonalds Service in Cornwall Signify the End of the World?  By Jamie Gilcig

Cornwall Ontario – I’m a cheater.  Yes indeed, with my partner in CFN, Reg Coffey, roasting some of the finest beans in the region I secretly love my Mickey D’s iced coffee. Sadly though the service at our two local drive throughs is utterly and consistently dreadful.   Last week I was in line with […]

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Memories of Central Public School 080717

Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Memories of Central Public School 080717

  Cornwall Ontario – Central Public School was a second home to a lot of us growing up over the years in Cornwall in the 40’s and 50’s. We went to kindergarten at age 5 for 1/2 a day and then grades 1 to 8. We attended classes from 9am to 12 and then scurried […]

Moist Kilts at Glengarry Games as T Storms Descend in Cornwall Area 080417

Moist Kilts at Glengarry Games as T Storms Descend in Cornwall Area 080417

Cornwall Ontario – Rain and T Storms are in the forecast for Friday night and into Saturday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to visit the Highland Games in Maxville on Saturday. Up to 40mm of rain are expected by Sunday as temperatures drop to below 20c making for a wet cold weekend for […]

You Can’t Hide Taxes in Cornwall. Fire & Police Refusing Info. By Jamie Gilcig 080317

You Can’t Hide Taxes in Cornwall.  Fire & Police Refusing Info. By Jamie Gilcig 080317

Cornwall Ontario –  Oddly enough our fire and police services are refusing to answer basic questions and information to this newspaper. Questions like how many calls for service the police had from last Friday to Sunday.  Where other services voluntarily release that to media, our police service, led by Chief Dan Parkinson, refuses to answer […]

Cornwall Councilor Mark Macdonald Warns Over Fire Costs & Taxes Going Up 081317

Cornwall Councilor Mark Macdonald Warns Over Fire Costs & Taxes Going Up 081317

The Fire Master Plan deals directly with our “needs” and this not one of them.  This is one of a number of issues that should be addressed by the new FMP Committee. The FMP points out very clearly that our citizens would be safer and better served if our fire service was meeting our basic […]

In Loving Memory CHANTAL DENISE DUMOULIN – August 13, 2017

In Loving Memory CHANTAL DENISE DUMOULIN – August 13, 2017

                               In Loving Memory of Chantal Denise Dumoulin,  August 13, 2017 Three years have passed since you left us. We didn’t know you were leaving You never said goodbye, You were gone before we knew it And only God knows why. A million times we have thought of you A million times we have cried, […]