Killarney Growing Project harvests field of canola during code yellow

It was a harvest like no other, held amid pandemic COVID-19 restrictions, and achieved in record time.

Kids to learn hockey skills – with safety in place

A dedicated hockey coach is urging parents and kids not to miss the chance of getting onto the ice this fall.

Just a couple days left for Art of the Political

It took over a year to organize, and arts administrator Jane Ireland is thrilled with the sharp calibre of political art on display this month at the local gallery.

Sgt. Pongracz helping to train in Ukraine

A local serviceman is playing an important role as part of a Canadian Armed Forces mission in the Ukraine.

Farmers Market back on Broadway

Come wind or rainy weather, fresh garden produce is now available each week at the local Farmers Market.

Grads celebrate challenging end to school year

Graduation exercises, the likes of which had never been seen before, took place for Killarney’s Class of 2020 on Wednesday afternoon in the Killarney School grounds.

Killarney grads to parade the town – on flat decks

Local graduates will be celebrated with a difference this year – in a flat deck parade through town.

Optometrist sees 2020 as right time to retire

Dr. Letts sets sights on retirement after 50 years at Killarney Optometric Centre.

Seniors ready for fresh air and Phase 2

And Bayside lawn chair visits now on offer for essential visitors.

Bigger, better bathrooms for Killarney Hospital

HyLife donates $100,000 to the Killarney Hospital Washroom Renovation Project