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Plans take shape for Christmas in Grimsby

What could be better than a busy Friday downtown full of Christmas activity and fun? How about four busy Fridays? Grimsby’s Downtown Improvement Area Board is trying something new this year in planning four consecutive Fridays o ...

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Trio files defence in biodigester suit

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow The three men named in the $18.5 million dollar biodigester-related civil suit by Town of Grimsby et al have filed their defence. In the defence, filed Oct. 31, it is stated at several points that the t ...

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Biodgester civil claim and defence have been filed

The Town of Grimsby et al’s $18 million civil claim and the defence of the trio named in the action have now been filed in court. Full PDFs of each public document are posted. Biodigester Civil Claim Biodigester Defence ...

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BBBS Curl for Kids’ Sake returns Nov. 16, 17

The Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) have called on the community once again to take part in the annual Edward Jones Curl For Kids Sake on Nov. 16 and 17 at the Grimsby Curling Club on 277 Kerman Ave. This year marks the 30th a ...

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Grimsby in right place, right time

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow Tons of things going on, so I’m going to split this offering up to cover maximum ground. I got in touch with Major Richard Robinson, Commanding officer of the 62 Grimsby Phantom Squadron, Royal Canadi ...

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Air Cadets honour fallen veterans

By Flight Sgt. Harmony Deslauriers Local Air Cadets of the 62 Phantom Grimsby Air Cadet Squadron have spent the weeks leading up to Remembrance Day serving their community by selling poppies and practicing for their presentation o ...

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Grimsby ballet dancer invited to compete at elite international event

By Tristan Marks NewsNow Dreams really do come true. Grimsby ballerina Maggie Weatherdon has been invited to participate in the 2020 Prix de Lausanne, the world’s premier ballet competition for young dancers. Maggie and her fami ...

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From the Legion to the sea and back again

By Tristan Marks For NewsNow Navy veteran Barry Stark’s warm demeanor contrasts against the brisk and overcast Nov. 2 afternoon. He stands in his full Royal Canadian Legion uniform; from his naval beret to four medals across his ...

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Rittenhouse Rd. to get sidewalks in upgrade

Vineland residents living near Rittenhouse Rd. will soon be able to walk with confidence in their safety. Lincoln unveiled its plan to upgrade Rittenhouse from King St. to Victoria Ave to a full urban road standard. The planned ro ...

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Grimsby greenlights Peach King expansion grant application

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow Working to very tight deadlines, Town of Grimsby has approved a submission for a Peach King Centre expansion grant application. The proposed project would serve nine of 10 identified needs highlighted i ...

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