News from around St. Marys.

It’s a long weekend!

What’s open or not With Monday being a holiday, many business will be closed. Banks, the Beer Store, the LCBO, all Town offices, the Post Office are all closed on Monday. The grocery stores and Canadian Tire will be open all weekend including Monday and most of the restaurants such as The Sunset, Rianna’s and…

DCVI junior girls Soccer

Olivia Galloway, of the DCVI Junior Girls Soccer Team, begins a drive up the field during a game against Listowel at South Huron District High School Monday morning. DCVI fell behind 1-0 early, and it was 2-0 at half. Listowel piled on four more goals in the second half to claim the 6-0 win. LDSS…

DCVI Junior Boys soccer

Sustained early pressure and a kick by Zack Dickson, left, gave the DCVI Jr. Boys an early 1-0 lead over Listowel Monday – something that’s been hard to come by so far this season. St. Marys fell behind 2-1 by half. They stifled Listowel’s offense for much of the second half, ultimately losing the match…

Arrest made in 2015 break and enter

On December 01, 2015, Perth County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers were dispatched to a residence on Wellington St. South in St. Marys where the homeowner discovered a break-in. As a result of a lengthy investigation a male has been arrested and charged. The break-in took place during the overnight hours and involved entry into…

Gamespace’s charity gaming marathon

St. Marys Memorial Hospital Foundation Executive Director Krista Linklater (middle), along with her daughters Meg and Molly, came out to GameSpace on Saturday afternoon for the store’s gaming marathon in support of the hospital foundation’s “Someone I Know” capital campaign. $400 was raised during the day of health-themed games including Dr. Mario and the board…

“Someone I Know” celebrates $4 million mark of capital campaign with one-of-a-kind night

St. Marys Memorial Hospital Foundation board member Andrea Macko-Hdges, left, presents David Baxter with tickets 001-004 for the St. Marys Memorial Hospital Foundation’s upcoming first-ever Brightest Night coctail reception, taking place Friday, June 24 on the scenic Grand Trunk Trail trestle bridge overlooking St. Marys. Tickets are $50, including one drink, and went on sale…

Local Rotary Clubs establish Fort McMurray Relief Fund

The Rotary Club of St. Marys has approved a donation of $5,000 to the “Fort McMurray Relief Fund,” which was recently established by the Rotary District 5370 Charitable Foundation to assist in the rebuilding of that city following this tragic fire, local club president Doug Goudy said. The Charitable Foundation is now ready to accept…