WATER EMERGENCY UPDATE: DRINKING WATER STILL SAFE, WATER PLANT RESUMES OPERATIONS
3/29/2017 12:08:37 PM
The water emergency continues in Prince Edward County. An update was released earlier today. The Picton-Bloomfield Water Plant has resumed operations to refill system storage and is being monitored closely. No contaminants have entered the system and water is still safe to drink.

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WATER EMERGENCY IN PEC
3/29/2017 8:20:00 AM
There is a water emergency in Prince Edward County. Mayor Robert Quaiff made the declaration last night after contaminants from the partially submerged barge approached the Picton-Bloomfield water intake late yesterday afternoon.

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SCHERMERHORN: WE'RE DOING THE BEST WE CAN
3/29/2017 8:11:53 AM
Lots of numbers were thrown around council chambers last night as Greater Napanee Council continued budget deliberations. Like many municipalities, roads are a big ticket item in 2017.

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PROPOSED TAX LEVY CREEPS CLOSE TO 3% IN GREATER NAPANEE
3/29/2017 8:02:54 AM
As budget deliberations continue in the Town of Greater Napanee, council has approved including three new initiatives in 2017. Staff presented three different options for council to consider.

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BELLEVILLE MAN PLEADS GUILTY FOR HIS PART IN CHILD'S DEATH
3/29/2017 7:54:27 AM
A Belleville man has been given a conditional sentence in connection with the death of a small child. The 25-year-old pled guilty Monday to failing to provide the necessities of life. He's also been given 12 months probation.

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LIONS DONATION HELPS EXPAND LABOUR & DELIVERY WATER THERAPY
3/29/2017 7:46:44 AM
The Lions Club of Kingston is making a donation to the obstetrics unit at Kingston General Hospital today.

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FINAL DIGGIN' DOWNTOWN MEETING BEFORE CONSTRUCTION STARTS
3/29/2017 7:38:50 AM
BIA members are reminded of the Diggin' Downtown meeting tonight (Wednesday). The meeting is taking place at 6:15 in Council Chambers at Town Hall. Community liaison officer Joe Hogan and project contractor Len Corcoran Excavating will be there.

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STONE MILLS COULD LOSE ALL OF ITS SCHOOLS IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS
3/28/2017 8:37:41 AM
The future of the Yarker Family School may not be the only one in jeopardy in Stone Mills Township. In a letter to Premier Kathleen Wynne, Reeve Eric Smith says all 5 schools in Stone Mills are on the list of the 16 recommended for closure over the next eight years.

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FORMER SCHOOL OFFICE MANAGER PLEADS GUILTY TO PRODUCTION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
3/28/2017 8:10:21 AM
A former office manager at Moira Secondary School will be in jail for 90 days after pleading guilty Monday to a charge of production of child pornography.

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SENTENCING FOR DESERONTO MAN GUILTY OF INDECENT ACTS SET FOR JUNE
3/28/2017 8:02:40 AM
A Deseronto man will be sentenced June 9th for two indecent acts. The 29-year-old will also undergo a psychiatric assessment. One indecent act took place last July. The court heard he exposed himself to an ex-partner while dropping off their children at her home.

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