LOYALIST AND CUPE MEMBERS MAKE AGREEMENT OFFICIAL
9/4/2015 8:02:08 AM
Loyalist Township and its agreement with CUPE Local 2150 members is now official. Both sides voted to ratify the agreement this week. Employees will receive a 2% wage increase for each year of the four year contract.

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SEX ASSAULT SUSPECT SURRENDERS
9/4/2015 7:58:08 AM
A 24-year-old man in Belleville has turned himself in to police. On Wednesday Belleville Police released the man's photo as part of an ongoing investigation into a sexual assault complaint. Glenroy Anthony Francis turned himself in yesterday.

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HOMEWORK NOT JUST FOR STUDENTS
9/4/2015 7:54:53 AM
With back to school comes the prospect of homework. Judy Elvide-Skinner with the Limestone District School Board asks parents to set aside a time and place for homework: She says even if your child doesn't have homework, the best thing you can do is read with them whenever possible.

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CHANGES TO NOMINATION PROCESS FOR BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD
9/4/2015 7:49:25 AM
Nominations for the BIA Business of the Year award need to be in by September 21st. Nomination forms are available through the BIA office and its website.

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EXCITING CHANGES AS STUDENTS TRANSITION FROM ELEMENTARY TO SECONDARY SCHOOL
9/4/2015 7:47:35 AM
Students making the transition from elementary to secondary school are in for some big changes but Erica Wyncoll with the Limestone District School Board says those changes are exciting: She says there are resources to make the transition a little easier: Another change students will...

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PERFECT WEATHER FOR LAST LONG WEEKEND OF THE SUMMER
9/4/2015 7:41:09 AM
Summer-like weather will stick around for this Labour Day long weekend. According to Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson, there will be no shortage of hot and sunny weather. Coulson adds that conditions should remain calm throughout the weekend with no severe weather expected.

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DOWNTOWN NAPANEE BIG DIG TO TAKE LONGER THAN EXPECTED
9/3/2015 8:26:41 AM
Downtown Napaneen's Big Dig project is going to take longer to complete. The project that will see a stretch of Dundas Street completely rehabilitated was supposed to take 2 years, but because of additional sewer upgrades along the east end of Dundas it's going to take longer.

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TIPS TO CALMING FIRST DAY JITTERS
9/3/2015 8:24:29 AM
For some students Tuesday will be the first time they're going to school. Judy Elvidge-Skinner says the best thing you can do as parents is talk to your children: A simple way to help your child and their teachers is to make sure they recognize their name.

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EXPERTS PREDICT UNUSUALLY COLD WINTER
9/3/2015 8:20:10 AM
As we head into the final long weekend of the summer, you can't help think about Fall, then the next thing you know it will be Winter. The Old Farmer's Almanac says we should be ready for snow in mid November and to expect it to be colder than normal.

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AREA MUNICIPALITIES TO TAKE PART IN NATION-WIDE BELL RINGING CEREMONY
9/3/2015 8:15:13 AM
On September 9th, bells and sirens will ring from coast to coast to mark Queen Elizabeth II as the longest reigning Queen. The ringing of the bells is an ancient way of marking milestones, celebrating jubilees and other momentous occasions. The bells will ring at 12:15 local time.

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