Entomologists have indicated that with the milder winters being experienced over the past decade, allow the ticks to survive the season and they are moving further eastward.
May is Hypertension Awareness Month and a great reminder for us to check in on our heart health. Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure…
The Market at the Barn folks will be kicking off the farmers market season on Sunday, May 8th at 9:00am.
With spring’s arrival, this week Councillor Gower informs residents on the traffic safety measures being implemented in the community from flex stakes to radar signs and much more.
Greg McPherson is appealing for support for his April 16, 2022 Cross City Walk in support of the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa.
Starting April 7th, 2022, Ontarians over 60 years of age as well as Inuit and Métis individuals over 18 will be eligible for their fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Benny&Co. Foundation is proud to once again announce the launch of its Annual Fundraiser in all of the chain’s restaurants, including those in Orleans and Stittsville.
This week, Councillor Gower is passing along information and updates on the newly installed speed camera on Abbott Street.
The importance of the extension of Robert Grant Avenue is explained by Councillor Gower in this week’s update.
Unlike the older stickers, these new decals are vinyl and can be removed and replaced easily when your pet’s information requires updating.
This provincial funding includes $1,953,588 going to Granite Ridge Care Community in Stittsville to hire additional staff this year.
The Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre is a community-based agency dedicated to helping youth and their families overcome substance use and mental health related issues.
Congratulations extended from Councillor Gower on the medal wins at the 2022 Beijing Paralympics received by two Stittsville residents, Collinda Joseph and Tyrone Henry.
March is Nutrition Month, the perfect time for Stittsville community members to reflect on the foods we choose to help nourish our bodies.
This small but mighty group of friends and members of the Ashton United Church demonstrate that when it comes to supporting their local hospital.