COUNCIL SIGNS OFF ON AQUATICS FEASIBILITY STUDY
9/28/2016 8:21:21 AM
Some concrete numbers will be coming to Greater Napanee Council now that they've signed off on an Aquatics Feasibility Study. Leisure Plan International Inc. will look at market needs, partnership considerations, site selection and facility concept at a cost of just over $34,000.

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PEC TO REPLANT TREES ON MAIN STREET IN PICTON
9/28/2016 8:15:19 AM
Trees on Main Street in Picton haven't fared well during the big rehabilitation project. Originally the hope was the trees would make it through the big construction project but with the unexpected drought and excavation work the trees are damaged to the point they'll soon die.

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CHARGES LAID IN DOWNTOWN NAPANEE SHOPLIFTING CASE
9/28/2016 7:52:54 AM
Two woman who went on a local shoplifting spree will be in Napanee court next month. The women were identified after OPP released images from video surveillance taken at downtown Napanee businesses late last month.

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BRIDGE STREET CLOSURE EXPANDS
9/28/2016 7:46:54 AM
As work to replace underground water and sewer mains continues, Bridge Street in Napanee is now closed from Centre to Robinson Street. Until further notice, Belleville Road is also closed to traffic between Robinson and Bridge Streets.

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FRIENDS FOR LIFE WALK A BIG SUCCESS
9/28/2016 7:39:32 AM
Thanks to those who participated in Sunday's Friends for Life Walk-a-Thon, an amazing amount of money was raised for the Lennox and Addington SPCA: That was Mags McLarty.

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BELLEVILLE SENATORS TICKET SALES OFF TO A GOOD START
9/28/2016 7:31:22 AM
The games aren't even until next season but already ticket sales for the Belleville Senators are off to a good start. The Ottawa Senators say they received over 1000 deposits for season tickets within the first 24 hours of Monday's big announcement.

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MORE MILD WEATHER ON THE WAY FOR FALL
9/27/2016 9:04:33 AM
A hot summer is making for a warm fall. Geoff Coulson with Environment Canada says we can expect a mild October: For those following the Farmer?s Almanac, it's predicting we'll see snow in October.

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VOTE NOW FOR COMMEMORATIVE TRAGICALLY HIP LYRIC
9/27/2016 8:57:40 AM
Have your say on what gets put on a stone to commemorate the Tragically Hip in Springer Market Square.

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THIEVES TARGET BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
9/27/2016 8:46:45 AM
Some thieves in Kingston have hit a new low after stealing 3 generators from the Boys and Girls Club. Executive Director Harold Parsons says the generators are valued at about $7,500 and were stolen from a trailer containing equipment for the Club?s Par-t-Perfect business.

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OPP SEATBELT BLITZ STARTS WEDNESDAY
9/27/2016 8:37:53 AM
OPP says it only takes five seconds to put on a seatbelt that can save your life in the event of a car crash, even a low-speed one. 347 people died on OPP patrolled roads over the past five years while not wearing a seatbelt, more than three-quarters of them men between 25 and 34.

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