Data from sensors on land and in the water to study how to make Kincardine’s Station Beach safer will be analyzed this winter. This three-year “Smart Beach” pilot project is developing a real-time beach warning system to provide local water conditions, including rough surf and the presence of rip currents, to improve beach safety in […]
The Municipality of Kincardine is once again offering financial support to local non-profits through its Community Investment Grant (CIG) program. “The Kincardine (CIG program) has been consistently supportive of the work we do at Women’s House Serving Bruce & Grey,” said Michelle Lamont, Women’s House community and fund development coordinator. “We appreciate their annual financial […]
Kincardine has elected Kenneth Craig as its new mayor.
The Municipality of Kincardine is hosting a community workshop focused on its Waterfront Master Plan. “Attendance at our August session was great. The community is passionate about our waterfront, so registration helps us know how many to expect,” says Director of Community Services Jayne Jagelewski. “The focus is on one and a half kilometers of […]
By Christine Roberts Environmental advocacy was the through line of the Oct. 25 meeting of the Huron Fringe Field Naturalists (HFFN). Inspired by the Bluewater Astronomical Society’s dark skies presentation in September, members are reaching out to the Municipality of Kincardine to voice concerns over proposed changes to the Kincardine downtown improvements with particular attention […]
by Doug Kennedy The Philadelphia Phillies win on the weekend over the San Diego Padres will make it tougher for the Toronto Blue Jays to watch, as they could have … Continue reading Philllies win shows if you get in, anything can happen.
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by Pauline Kerr “From ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggety beasties, and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord deliver us!” – old Scottish prayer There is something about … Continue reading Celebrating the ghosts of Halloweens past
Kincardine council is seeing a shakeup, with voters choosing a new mayor, new deputy-mayor and many new councillors. Kenneth Craig beat out current councillor Laura Haight for the mayor’s seat, with 59.3 per cent of the vote. Craig, a former dairy farmer and retired pastor at Kincardine Baptist Church, is not new to municipal politics, […]
It’s a horrifying scene. A demogorgon, à la cult favourite Stranger Things, with teeth gnashing and claws slashing has taken up residence at 413 Penetangore Row. “I’ve been doing this for the better part of 20 years,” explained Andy Leyden, the mastermind behind the chilling scenes that unnerve and entertain Kincardine trick-or-treaters year after year. […]
Tens of thousands of BIA Bucks purchased by the public to support local businesses during the pandemic have gone unused, according to organizers. “We are extremely grateful for this support,” said Jana-Leigh Ibbitson, downtown development manager for Lakeside Downtown Kincardine BIA. “However, there are now $70,000 dollars worth of BIA Bucks that have been purchased […]
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