Tay River Pathway Now Complete

The Tay River Pathway project is complete and open to the public.

Lanark County Council was brought up to speed at last night’s council meeting with a report that the 67 thousand dollar target needed for the extension was met. The 1.5 kilometre trail is located behind the Lanark ...

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Voting Begins For Carleton Place Business Awards of Excellence

Voting will open tomorrow to choose the best and brightest business owners in Carleton Place, in the Annual Carleton Place & District Chamber of Commerce, Business Awards of Excellence.

Chamber of Commerce Chair, Donna MacDonald says there is nothing more prestigious for business owners, than to be nominated for ...

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Rideau Watershed Still In Severe Drought Condition

Little rainfall over the last week was not enough to bring the Rideau River watershed out of the Severe Drought status reached in mid-August.

Previous rain in August did cause flows and levels to increase but only for a brief period. With rain coming in small cells that affected very ...

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In Focus – Tues Sept 6, 2016 – Cornerstone Landing’s Terrilee Kelford

Cornerstone Landing’s Terrilee Kelford joins Lynda to talk about a new drive for volunteers in Smiths Falls to help with a new program launching at the end of the month.

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In Focus – Fri September 2, 2016 – Beth Donovan Hospice Executive Director, Debbie Watt

We speak with Debbie Watt the new Executive Director at the Beth Donovan Hospice on her plans for the organization.

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7th Annual Lake 88 Fall Classic Golf Tournament – Click to find out more!

7th Annual Lake 88 Fall Classic Golf Tournament – Click to find out more!

You're invited to the 7th Annual Lake 88 Fall Classic, Wednesday September 7th, 2016, at the Perth Golf Course!

All funds raised this year will go to two valuable senior support groups: the Perth Enrichment Program for Older Adults and the Alzheimer's Society of Lanark Leeds Grenville.

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Smiths Falls and new twin strengthen ties, ready to explore further bonds

Smiths Falls and new twin strengthen ties, ready to explore further bonds

The town of Smiths Falls will soon welcome a new member of the family – the town of Carnew in County Wicklow, Ireland.

After a week-long journey that took Smiths Falls Mayor Shawn Pankow and his family and participants from across Canada back to their Irish roots, the bond between ...

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Lanark County explores potential service delivery improvements

Lanark County explores potential service delivery improvements

Lanark County is considering how it can improve its Planning Department and how it delivers services.

During Lanark County’s Economic Development Committee meeting on Wednesday, CAO Kurt Greaves said although a workflow optimization review shows that some improvements can be made, he believes the current approval process for development applications ...

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New Forestry By-Law approval recommended by Lanark County’s Economic Development Committee

New Forestry By-Law approval recommended by Lanark County’s Economic Development Committee

Lanark County’s Economic Development Committee is recommending the County approve a new forestry by-law designed to promote good forestry practices.

Jonathan Allen, the County’s facilities coordinator, says the Lanark County Forest Conservation By-Law would apply to areas of more than two hectares where good forestry practices are not followed, and ...

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Lanark County construction projects complete under budget

Lanark County construction projects complete under budget

Lanark County has completed all of its scheduled construction projects for the year and did it all under budget.

Terry McCann, the County’s director of Public Works, said thanks to lower material prices, he has a surplus of about $320-thousand dollars after completing all of the County’s scheduled construction projects.

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