BATH MAN CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY AT CONVENIENCE STORE
7/19/2018 8:48:12 AM
A 59 year old man from Bath will be in Napanee court next month. He's charged 2 counts of theft under $5000 dollars, 2 counts assaulting a police officer and resisting a police officer.

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BELLEVILLE SENS ANNOUNCE SEASON SCHEDULE
7/19/2018 8:46:11 AM
2018/19 will include a more balanced schedule for the Belleville Senators, than the team's inaugual season last year. The AHL team, announcing their 76 game line-up Wednesday afternoon, including 38 home games at the Yardmen Arena.

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KINGSTON POLICE CHIEF CALLS IT A CAREER
7/19/2018 8:45:18 AM
Kingston police chief Gilles Larochelle is saying good-bye after 37 years in policing. He's set to retire at the end of the year. He started his policing journey with the Ottawa Police Service in May 1981 and held the rank of Deputy Chief.

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TOSSING CIGARETTE BUTTS COULD START A FIRE IN DRY CONDITIONS
7/18/2018 4:04:53 PM
Tossing your cigarette butts could cause more damage than you think, especially in these dry conditions. While on Main street in Picton yesterday a Prince Edward County OPP officer was quick to react after noticing smoke rising from the base of a tree.

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SIGN POSTED TO REMIND RESIDENTS OF ROTARY PARK RULES
7/18/2018 6:52:10 AM
Following an increase of mischief at the new Rotary Park, Napanee OPP and the TOwn of Greater Napanee are reminding residents about the rules of the park. That was communications intern Brianna Clement. She goes over the rules.

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DIGGIN' DOWNTOWN CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES
7/18/2018 6:50:50 AM
Diggin' Downtown has moved on to close the last block of Dundas street for underground work to begin. That was Community Liaison officer Joe Hogan. He says work from John to East is almost done.

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PICTON TERMINALS PLEADS GUILTY, HIT WITH HEFTY FINE
7/18/2018 6:48:47 AM
Picton Terminals has pleaded guilty and been fined for contravening the Environmental Protection Act. The plea comes as a result of a 2016 discharge of petroleum coke (petcoke), a substance used in commercial applications as fuel source. According to the U.S.

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SLOW DOWN ON SALMON ROAD - NEW SPEED LIMIT INTRODUCED THIS WEEK
7/18/2018 6:46:12 AM
The Town of Greater Napanee has approved a speed limit reduction on Salmon River Road. This Thursday the speed limit will be reduced from 80km/h to 60km/h. The speed reduction by-law was passed at Town Councils June 26th meeting. Signs will be installed on Thursday.

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GARRETT'S LEGACY ACT GOING THROUGH THE STAGES ONCE AGAIN
7/17/2018 4:49:11 PM
There's been a few delays for the Mills family when it comes to getting the Garrett's Legacy act past second reading: That was Garrett's father Buzz Collins.

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KRAMP WEIGHS IN ON LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA
7/17/2018 4:48:11 PM
When it come to marijuana the Federal Government is leaving it up to the provinces when it comes to distribution, pricing and policing.

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