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Cornwall's Runions to perform at Carnegie Hall this weekend

Seaway News - ‎5 hours ago‎
CORNWALL, Ontario - They say the way to Carnegie Hall is simple - practice. Cornwall's Rebecca Runions, a violinist, hopes to hit all the right notes when she performs at the famed New York City venue this weekend as part of a performance celebrating ...

Cornwall, PEI, woman says someone tried to lure her dog - ‎3 hours ago‎
A Cornwall, P.E.I., woman is warning dog owners to keep a close eye on their pets after an incident she says she witnessed late Friday night.
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Cornwall couple facing assault charges

Standard Freeholder - ‎1 hour ago‎
A Cornwall couple were arrested on April 30 after police allege the man pushed his girlfriend and she punched him in the head during an argument.

Partying in pink at the Cornwall Square Mall

Standard Freeholder - ‎22 hours ago‎
Cornwall Square was pink and peppy on Sunday as over 80 people joined together for the annual Mother's Day Walk. Both women and men took part by either walking around the top level of the square or doing a Zumba workout led by Christal Bowen.

Here's the deal, there will be no Aces -- Paper Clips

Standard Freeholder - ‎22 hours ago‎
Used to kid former S-F staffer Todd Lihou that whenever it was a slow news day, he would make a few calls to OHL teams on shaky financial footing and poof, the old possibility of major junior A hockey returning to Cornwall story would surface, rousing ...

$30K raised by 400+ at Cornwall MS Run

Standard Freeholder - ‎20 hours ago‎
Torrie-Racine said they were going to continue with the MS Run each year because the money raised helps the Cornwall chapter of the MS Society to help their clients.

A common Mary unites faiths: AMYA session in Cornwall

Standard Freeholder - ‎22 hours ago‎
Waheed Ahmed, Shahjehan Ahmed, visitors Kareena and Marie L. Szabadka, Raheel Ahmed and Imtiaz Ahmed at the Cornwall Public Library on Saturday.

Turnout stays strong for Hike for Carefor Hospice Cornwall

Standard Freeholder - ‎20 hours ago‎
A little rain didn't stop supporters of Carefor Hospice Cornwall on Sunday afternoon. Over 100 walkers showed up with umbrellas and rain suits to help raise money for the hospice.

Soccer kicks off spring sports in Cornwall and SDG

Standard Freeholder - ‎22 hours ago‎
Normally held in Alexandria, the championships are in Cornwall this year, at various courts throughout the city. The tourney was initially scheduled for Thursday, but was moved forward due to an OFSAA conflict in another sport.

Low-income families can apply for home renovation grants

Seaway News - ‎3 minutes ago‎
CORNWALL, Ontario - A new application round is underway for Ontario Renovates, a popular home improvement program that assists low and moderate income families and seniors in Cornwall and the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

Support pours in for Laycey

Seaway News - ‎6 hours ago‎
And the community has rallied around the five-year-old girl and her parents, Shaun Lafave and Kayla Snyder, to help cover travel expenses and medication.

Tehidy Park's MacGregor retains Cornwall Closed golf title

West Briton - ‎8 hours ago‎
The U21 Championship went to 16 year old Finn Rule (West Cornwall) who added to his rising pedigree with rounds of gross 72 and 74 to finish at the top of the pile by two shots from George Leigh (Trevose 74+74).

Cornwall Raging Robots: Team seeks young inventors

Seaway News - ‎21 hours ago‎
The Cornwall Raging Robots, a FIRST Lego League team of nine to 14-year-olds, hosted an open house at the Care Centre (formerly the Cornwall General Hospital) on Sunday (May 1). Roughly eight members and their parents attend weekly meetings at the ...

Get hooked on trivia at Captain George's

Seaway News - ‎29 minutes ago‎
Captain George's Fish 'n' Chips in west-end Cornwall will be hosting a new series of trivia nights to help patrons beat the Monday blues.

Cornwall's Lost Gardens of Heligan clone ancient rhododendrons

Daily Mail - ‎19 hours ago‎
The micro-propagation project, which started in 2008, was led by Ros Smith a Laboratory Manager at Duchy College in Cornwall. She hailed the breakthrough as of 'national importance' and the science is expected to be rolled out to protect other ...

Cornwall's libraries look set to stay open as talks continue about their future

Cornish Guardian - ‎13 hours ago‎
Cornwall's libraries are on course to remain open - at least for the next year - despite Cornwall Council cuts of £1.8 million from its £4 million budget for the service.
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Cornwall area blood donors needed

Standard Freeholder - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
It's time for Cornwall blood donors to bring along a partner before rolling up their sleeves to donate. "We're always encouraging new donors to try and donate," said Mary Ann St. Michel, territory manager for Canadian Blood Services, in an interview on ...

Adopting a Cornwall road

Standard Freeholder - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
Rod and Marie-Paule Millard brought the Adopt-A-Street idea forward to the city's attention and they are also one of the first to sign up for the program by adopting part of Nick Kaneb Drive.

Trebah Garden hosts Cornwall Wildlife Trust's biggest ever Wildlife Weekend

Falmouth Packet - ‎6 hours ago‎
The sub-tropical paradise of Trebah Garden once again proved the perfect backdrop for Cornwall Wildlife Trust's biggest annual event which saw over 2,500 people of all ages enjoy a host of wildlife activities.

Amazing Rotary Rally returns to Cornwall, May 14

Seaway News - ‎Apr 30, 2016‎
Pictured (from left) is the 2015 winning team of the Cornwall Sunrise Rotary Club's Amazing Rotary Rally: Justin Wheeler, Russell Racine, Nancy Paquette, and Melanie Paquette at Rona Cornwall during a challenge portion of the event on Saturday, June 13.