AMENDED MOTION RETRACTS 85% DIFFERENCE BETWEEN URBAN AND RURAL
8/26/2016 3:31:13 PM
The original motion read at Monday night special Town council meeting included a rate difference of 85% between Urban and Rural. This isn't the case and isn't allowed.

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BACK TO SCHOOL HAIRCUTS FOR FAMILIES IN NEED
8/26/2016 3:23:21 PM
Families in need can get a little back to school help with a brand new style this weekend. Street Stylez is back in Belleville for the second year and features a group of local stylists providing free cuts to those in need in the community.

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NATIONAL BANK SUSPECT REMAINS AT LARGE
8/26/2016 8:46:48 AM
Officers with Kingston Police are still looking for the man who robbed the National Bank yesterday. Just after 2:00 Thursday afternoon (Aug. 25th) the man entered the bank on Princess Street in the city's west end.

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CAMPFIRES NOW PERMITTED IN GREATER NAPANEE
8/26/2016 8:35:41 AM
Greater Napanee Emergency services has partially lifted the burn ban. Because of recent rainfall campfires are now allowed. There is still a ban on all other fires which will remain in effect until drought conditions improve.

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HOMECOMING CELEBRATION FOR BRITT BENN NEXT MONTH
8/26/2016 8:26:21 AM
The homecoming celebration is set for Britt Benn. Benn and the Canadian Women's Sevens Rugby squad took home a bronze medal in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Now back from Rio, a celebration is planned at NDSS. On Wednesday September 7th, you're invited to join in welcoming home our local Olympian.

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KINGSTON TRANSIT SETS ONE DAY RECORD
8/26/2016 8:20:17 AM
The Tragically Hip's final concert brought over 20,000 people to Springer Market Square Saturday and those people and then some put Kingston transit to good use. More than 30,000 trips were made August 20th, setting a one-day ridership record.

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AMO CONFERENCE GIVES WARDENS CHANCE TO BRING ISSUES TO THE TABLE
8/26/2016 8:08:58 AM
The annual opportunity to speak with Provincial Cabinet ministers took place last week in Windsor, and the Eastern Ontario Wardens' Caucus took full advantage. During the AMO Conference, the EOWC raised a number of significant issues facing the region.

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MAN PULLS MACHETE OUT DURING DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE
8/26/2016 8:01:34 AM
No injuries for the victim involved in a domestic disturbance in Belleville. Around 6:15 Thursday evening, Belleville Police were called to a Dundas Street East home after learning a man was brandishing a machete. The 34-year-old was arrested and police did seize a machete.

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GREATER NAPANEE TREE PLANTING PROGRAM MAY HAVE TO WAIT
8/25/2016 9:45:51 AM
The drought may mean the Town of Greater Napanee's annual tree planting program gets pushed to spring 2017 rather than this fall. The municipality has a limited number of trees and tree species available to Greater Napanee property owners.

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SIU LOOKING INTO INCIDENT AT BASS COVE CAMPGROUND
8/25/2016 9:39:54 AM
The Province's Special Investigations Unit is looking into what happened at the Bass Cove Campground Tuesday night. After about a 3 hour standoff with police a Napanee man was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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