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Elder Abuse is everyone’s issue

Elder Abuse is everyone’s issue

—  8 June 2016

Organizations focused on serving senior citizens came together at the Sercovie building on…

Marketing isn’t easy for a cemetery

Marketing isn’t easy for a cemetery

—  29 May 2016

When your business depends on people dying, drawing too much attention to yourself can be uncomfortable. “You…

“The church on the two dollar bill” is getting a facelift

“The church on the two dollar bill” is getting a facelift

—  29 May 2016

Saint Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Melbourne is going back to its roots, starting this…

New exhibit celebrates 150 years of the Sherbrooke Hussars

New exhibit celebrates 150 years of the Sherbrooke Hussars

—  25 May 2016

Fans of military history in the Sherbrooke area will delight in the new temporary exhibit at…

At RRHS, history is written on the Grad wall.

At RRHS, history is written on the Grad wall.

—  24 May 2016

Walking through the halls of Richmond Regional High School is not very different from a stroll…

St. Pats Camp to reopen in September of 2017

St. Pats Camp to reopen in September of 2017

—  20 May 2016

The transformation of St. Pat’s camp in Stoke is moving forward. Though it will still be…

Elephants need help too

Elephants need help too

—  17 May 2016

People do not often think of elephants as being in danger. Eastern Townships resident Norm…

Pizza pays out $12,700 for wildfire relief

Pizza pays out $12,700 for wildfire relief

—  17 May 2016

The Domino’s Pizza fundraiser in Sherbrooke on Monday paid out $12,700 for relief efforts…

New support offered for Parkinson’s caregivers

New support offered for Parkinson’s caregivers

—  15 May 2016

Parkinson Estrie, the local organization dedicated to supporting those living with the degenerative…

Sherbrooke Citoyen Party courting Lennoxville

—  12 May 2016

Though still getting on its feet as an organization, the new Sherbrooke Citoyen political party…