Magog/News

Missing Magog teen located in Prince Edward Island

MAGOG — Police say they have located the missing teen from Magog who ran away from home on April 12. Julie Robidoux-Taillon, 16, of Magog, was located last night in Prince Edward Island, with a friend. “She was in good health and has even contacted her mother,” said Paul Tear, of the Memphremagog Police Board.… Keep Reading

Magog/News

Magog police looking for missing 16-year-old girl

MAGOG — Authorities are looking for a 16-year-old girl from Magog who has been missing since Wednesday, April 13. Police say that following an argument with her family on Wednesday night, Julie Robidoux Taillon ran away from her home. Her parents alerted police, and they began searching for the girl. Julie has not been located… Keep Reading

News/Vermont

Jay Peak Resort developers charged with running Ponzi-like scheme

NEWPORT — The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced fraud charges and an asset freeze against Jay Peak Resort and related businesses allegedly misusing millions of dollars raised through investments solicited under the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. The SEC’s case was unsealed today in federal court in Miami, and the court has appointed a receiver… Keep Reading

Arts/Stanstead

Free theatrical performance at Stanstead College this Saturday

STANSTEAD — Stanstead College presents a free public performance of the comedy Oscar by Claude Magnier this Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. in Pierce Hall. Admission is free. Translated and adapted for use at Stanstead College, the comedy is set in 1920’s New York City and follows a businessman who finds his life unraveling around… Keep Reading

Lennoxville/News/Sherbrooke

Bishop’s University Model UN Team 
shines in New York

SHERBROOKE — The Bishop’s University Model UN team was named an ‘Outstanding Delegation’ at the 2016 National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference, the highest honour given by the annual conference held in New York City. More than over 4,000 students from schools all over the world participated. In addition, two Bishop’s students, Hannah McLean and… Keep Reading

Magog/News

Driver violently attacked in Magog Sunday evening

MAGOG — Police say that a love triangle could have provoked a violent attack on a driver in Magog on Sunday. The incident took place at around 6 p.m. on rue Monseigneur-Vel in Magog. A man was being followed by another vehicle, when he was bumped by the vehicle from behind, and then again on… Keep Reading

Coaticook/News

Police raid meth lab in Coaticook, two men arrested

COATICOOK — Police say that two men have been arrested after they raided a duplex in Coaticook Thursday evening following a tip from the public about a possible meth lab at the location. The raid took place on rue Ottawa at around 5:30 p.m. Authorities say they discovered items that would suggest that the place… Keep Reading

Bromont/News

Bromont man posing as neurosurgeon charged with fraud

BROMONT — A 61-year-old man from Bromont was arrested Thursday morning on fraud charges, after police say he used several schemes to extort money from at least seven people in Bromont, Granby and Sainte-Cécile-de-Milton. Authorities say the man gained the trust of his victims by posing as a neurosurgeon or neurologist, and telling them through… Keep Reading

News/Stanstead

President Obama gives shout out to Stanstead

STANSTEAD — During a White House Arrival Ceremony for the Canadian Prime Minister on the South Lawn, President Obama gave a shout out to Stanstead. President Obama was welcoming Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau to the White House as part of a state visit. During his speech, he made… Keep Reading

Magog/News

Man accused of stealing from elderly citizens in Magog arrested

MAGOG — Police say that they have arrested a man who is alleged to have targeted elderly people in the area, pretending to buy jewelry from them before stealing their valuables. Stéphane Belval, age 55, of Granby, was arrested during the investigation, and was in court to face seven counts, including unlawfully entering a dwelling,… Keep Reading

Magog/News

Police: Noise complaint leads to arrests in Magog

MAGOG — A simple noise complaint led to the arrest of two people at a home on rue Ste-Catherine in Magog on Wednesday night. The incident took place just after midnight, after police received calls complaining of noise at the location. During the intervention police say they recognized a man they knew to be under… Keep Reading

Magog/News

Police-involved shooting in Magog

MAGOG — An officer from the Memphremagog Police Authority (RPM) was involved in a shooting on rue St-Luc in Magog early this morning. Police say they received a domestic dispute call at around 2 a.m. Once on the scene, police were confronted by a woman at the residence notifying them that a man displaying threatening… Keep Reading

Stanstead

Stanstead College girls capture NAPHA Championship

STANSTEAD — This past weekend in Buffalo, New York, the Stanstead College Girls Spartans displayed the same impressive skill and team play that made them undefeated regular season champions as they skated off with the North American Prep Hockey Association playoff title. They scored a 3-0 victory over Gilmour Academy (Cleveland, Ohio) in the championship… Keep Reading

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