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Sportsguard protects players’ smiles

Peace Park Dental and the Pelham Pirates are teaming up to remind athletes to protect their teeth. The event will provide an opportunity for those who may be looking to get a custom fitted sportsguard…


New store will benefit the community

Shopping and education normally don’t go hand-in-hand. But for a trendy new store along Hwy. 20, that’s exactly the case. Tammy van den Brink, one of the creators of the soon-to-be opened Renewed Thrift &…


Regional candidates debate today

The Residents Council at the Community of Lookout Ridge have invited the three Regional Councillor candidates to join them on Oct. 17. Anthony Annunziata, Brian Baty, and Jim Inman will be having a meet and…


Kinsman Craft Show helps local charities

A pre-Christmas shopping trip this weekend helps charities in the community says the Fonthill Kinsmen club. The Fonthill and District Kinsmen Club have more than 75 artisans and crafters signed up for tables lining the…


Council rejects conduct complaint

Calling it a misuse of the process, Pelham town council last week turned down a complaint under the town’s code of conduct. Craig Larmour, a former Pelham planning director, filed it over the town’s deal…


Wine Garden re-opens in new plaza

It’s a familiar name in a new location, boasting the same great quality of wine bottling. The Wine Garden of Pelham last May came under new management as Ryan Wolcott and Ashley Pieters began a…


Speeders continue to fly by, residents say

Speed irks residents who aren’t seeing any changes on the road. Doug Burr, who recently retired, began spending more time at his home on Edward Avenue. With four grandchildren, he is concerned by the lack…


Chess room raises ranking

Strategy and tactical play helped the E.L. Crossley chess team to again dominant its chess tournament last week. The school has designated a room to the chess club with outstanding results. Teacher and coach Rob…


Mayoral candidates field questions

It was experience versus change in the Pelham mayoral debate last week. Dave Augustyn cited eight years of improvements overseen by town council. Mark Bay and Zachary Junkin said it was time for change. More…


Cheers for Chambers as top citizens

For Rosemay Chambers, it was “a bit overwhelming.” She and her husband Gary Chambers share the 2014 Citizen of the Year award, receiving it from the Kinsmen Club of Fonthill and District at an award…