Brett Petrie’s #44 retired by Lincolns

Last Friday Night, Brett Petrie became the 6th Lincolns in history to have his number cemented in history on the Pyramid Centre wall. Petrie’s #44 joins other Lincolns legends Dan Schiedel, Jeff Shipley, Glenn Coghlin, John Rowland, and Gerry Seguin. Just as his fellow honorees did, Petrie had a phenomenal Jr. B career. Perhaps most…

One Fish, Two Fish

Photo caption: Janet Sinclair, one of 115 Queen St. E.’s new owners, stands at one end of the building’s expansive – and recently gutted – second storey. The first floor of the historic downtown building is currently housing Stonetown Art’s annual Christmas show. By Andrea Macko, “Special to the Journal Argus” With the opening of Stonetown…

The Festive Season continues in St. Marys

Lots of fun for the family After a fantastic start to the Festive Season, the Town of St. Marys will continue to celebrate with a variety of December activities for the whole family. The St. Marys Museum Annual Christmas Open House will take place Sunday, December 3. This free event will feature music, festive treats,…

OPP food drive on Saturday

“A holiday meal should never be out of reach” For many of us, the holiday season serves as a time to reflect upon our blessings and to reach out to those in need. The Perth County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Auxiliary Unit members have joined forces with the Salvation Army to host food drives at…

Development Charges and Water Rates going up

Bridge to open, Glass St. to close On the recommendations of Town staff and B.M. Ross, who conducted a full financial system sustainability study, Town Council approved an increase for water and waste water rates. The approximate increase per household will be $2.74 per month, while Light Industrial users will see an increase of $46.23…