KINGSTON POLICE SEARCHING FOR MISSING OSHAWA MAN
11/23/2014 7:28:44 AM
Kingston police are looking for the public's help in locating a missing Oshawa man. 49 year old Grant James Riches went missing from Kingston on Friday night around 8:30. He was last seen near King and Barrie street.

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FINAL COUNCIL MEETING BEFORE NEW TERM SET FOR NEXT WEEK
11/21/2014 11:52:24 AM
Next week's meeting will be the last for some Greater Napanee councillors. Ward 2 Councillor Shane Grant and Ward 4 Councillor Bill Pierson won't be returning next term. Max Kaiser and Carol Harvey will be the new faces around the council table starting in December.

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DE-NORMALIZING SMOKING WITH NEW LAW
11/21/2014 11:51:07 AM
While some smokers may be annoyed by the new provincial legislation set to take effect January 1st, the Canadian Cancer Society says the law is a welcome initiative.

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POLICE RELEASE VIDEO SHOWING HOW EASY A BREAK AND ENTER IS
11/21/2014 11:40:30 AM
To encourage students to lock up when they head out, Kingston Police have released a video of an interview with a Break and Enter criminal. In the interview he states: "They all leave their doors unlocked around there. All those students do.

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IMPAIRED CHARGE MEANS RETURN TRIP FOR ST. CATHERINES MAN
11/21/2014 7:20:10 AM
A St. Catherines man will be making a return trip to Napanee whether he wants to or not. The 29 year old was pulled over on Center Street in Napanee on Wednesday and blew over 80 mgs. He was arrested and taken to Napanee OPP detachment for additional tests and released on a promise to appear.

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GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF HEALTH THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
11/21/2014 7:19:41 AM
Some tips for healthy eating over the Holiday season from KFL&A Public Health's Heather McMillan: :21 KFL&A Public Health is issuing a 5 week Holiday Challenge to help people stay on track over the holidays. Visit kflapublichealth.ca/holidaychallenge to sign up.

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COFFEE PRICE INCREASE TO BE EXPECTED
11/21/2014 7:11:09 AM
Tim Hortons is blaming a lack of rain in Brazil for its decision to raise coffee prices. Starting Wednesday, your double double is going up by about 10-cents. Professor of Marketing and Entrepreneurship at McMaster University Marvin Ryder says he's surprised it's only going up 10-cents.

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HOLIDAY MAIL DEADLINES YOU SHOULD KNOW
11/21/2014 7:08:31 AM
Some important deadlines to mark down if you're sending out Christmas Cards. If you're sending holiday greetings within the province you'll need to have them postmarked by December 18th and for outside of the province by December 17th.

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AREA POLICE REPORT A NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS FOR FIRST SNOW FALL
11/21/2014 7:05:03 AM
When the snow fell this week area police had they first taste of what's to come. Kingston Police responded to 17 car accidents on Wednesday while Belleville Police were called to 12. Once again, police remind motorists to adjust their driving according to weather conditions and to slow down.

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PRICE BREAK AT THE PUMPS SHOULD LAST
11/21/2014 7:01:06 AM
Good news for commuters, the break at the pumps should last a little longer. Right now the average price of gas in Napanee is around $1.10, not bad considering we saw prices soar to $1.35 this summer.

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