News from around St. Marys.

Valcke baseball clan feeling stranded at third base

Jaxon, Mia student athletes at UBC “Like everyone else, our kids are finishing up their university exams, signing up for an online summer course or two, while helping empty our job jar, reading, playing board games and card games and online games, watching movies, improving their culinary skills, stuff like that,” summarized Tom Valcke, from…

St. Marys Museum active with online engagement

By Spencer Seymour, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter During the Town Council meeting on Tuesday, April 28, Director of Corporate Services Trisha McKibbin reported on the activities at the St. Marys Museum, which is currently closed to the public but remains very busy through online engagement. “The Museum has been participating in the Community Wellness plan…

ServiceOntario Centre closes in St. Marys

By Stewart Grant In a bulletin issued on Thursday, April 30, the Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services announced that the ServiceOntario centre located in St. Marys at 194 Queen Street West has permanently closed. The nearest ServiceOntario Centre is now the Stratford location, located at 5 Huron Street. It is open Monday to…

Canada Post provides update on St. Marys service

Canada Post is proud to continue providing an essential service to our customers in St. Marys, while ensuring we are doing everything possible to keep our people, and the communities we serve, safe. That has meant implementing significant changes right across our operations, following the guidance of national and local public health authorities. Our post…

Crisp reflects back to his Broad Street Bullies days

Former Lincolns’ centre played on tough, talented Flyers teams in mid-1970s By Pat Payton The Broad Street Bullies. Nicknamed for their brawn and brash style on the ice, they were an NHL team that was loved at home and hated on the road, but that Philadelphia Flyers team is still remembered today–some 45 years later–for…