Volume 15 Week 45

Monday, May 20


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: St. Peter students collect more than 40,000 items for local food bank
LOCAL NEWS 2: Husband charged after multiple Mother's Day stabbing in Navan
LOCAL NEWS 3: Miracle League receives funding for fully accessible playground
VIEW POINT: Local SupperWorks franchise a godsend for anyone on a diet
LOCAL SPORTS: St. Peter Knights aim for high school rugby repeat
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Young Tumblers enjoy medal haul at provincial championships
LOCAL SPORTS 3: Gloucester Hockey Association wraps up House League season
ARTSCETERA: O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre


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LOCAL NEWS
Students from St. Peter High School drop off cans of food at the Orléans Cumberland Community Resource Centre food bank collected during the school's annual Canley Cup food drive. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 10:30 a.m., May 18)
St. Peter students collect more than 40,000 items for local food bank
The Orléans Cumberland Community Resource Centre got a huge boost on May 9 when students from St. Peter High School delivered more than 40,000 non-perishable food items to the Resource Centre’s food bank as part of their annual Canley Cup food drive.

Husband \charged after multiple Mother's Day stabbing in Navan
A 58-year-old man faces six counts of aggravated assault in connection with a Mother's Day stabbing on Kentucky Lane in Navan. (Posted April 26)

Miracle League receives funding for fully accessible playground

Local runner conquers the elements to complete Boston Marathon

Stage is set for provincial race in Glengarry-Prescott-Russell

Newly formed task force to go after federal government jobs

 

LOCAL SPORTS
St. Peter Knights aim for high school rugby repeat
The St. Peter Knights senior boys rugby team kept their unblemished record intact on Monday with a 45-13 win over the Cairine Wilson Wildcats. (Posted May 7)

Young Tumblers enjoy medal haul at provincial championships
The Tumblers Gymnastic Centre was front and centre when several of its young members attended and came back winners at the 2018 Ontario Championships. (Posted April 30)

Previous sports stories

ARTCETERA
O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre
If you love the sweet soulful sounds of Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and Marvin Gaye, or the in-your-face soul of Jackie Wilson, James Brown, and Aretha Franklin then the Shenkman Arts Centre was the place to be Thursday night. (Posted March 23)

Zach Stevenson brings Buddy Holly to life on Shenkman Centre stage
Fans of the late Buddy Holly got to rave on to his many hits on Friday, March 16, performed by Vancouver native and award-winning tribute artist Zachary Stevenson who delivered a memorable performance at the Shenkman Arts Centre. (Posted March 16)

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