Timmy drinkers be careful!

Contamination “no threat” Because of the construction work starting this week Tim Hortons customers must use Peel Street whether they are going in for a coffee or are going through the drive through. The entrance/exit on Queen Street will be closed to traffic and the only access will be on Peel Street. This will be…

Lawyers on the move

New home for “Health and Wellness” The building that houses lawyers Ron White and Stephen McCotter, on the corner of Water and Jones, has been purchased by Avery Gazel, who manages ‘Avery’s Health and Wellness”. Gazel purchased the building from Lorne Eedy. As a result, the two lawyers are moving their offices to a new…

This Day in History – April 22nd

1876 – Philadelphia hosts Boston in the first ever National League baseball game – Some baseball fans out there have probably heard the National League referred to as the “Senior Circuit,” as it predates the American League and the official founding of Major League Baseball by over 20 years. The first ever National League game…

Street Level Faith

By Andrew Middleton Andrew Middleton is a community college professor, a licensed lay minister and Chair of St. Marys United Church Council Faith has its ebbs and flows. A few years ago the main time I prayed was when I was in a plane which sat on the runway ready to take off. I asked…