CAMPAIGN TOUCHDOWN SIX DAYS AWAY
11/24/2017 3:25:44 PM


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QUEEN'S UNDERGROUND PARKING REMAINS CLOSED
11/24/2017 3:18:27 PM


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CANADA POST DEADLINES FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY
11/24/2017 3:10:19 PM
It's time to make your list and check it twice so that package or card gets to a loved one in time for the holidays. Alice Lafferty, General Manger of Domestic Parcels and Customer Experience.

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INQUEST INTO INMATE'S DEATH SCHEDULED FOR MARCH IN NAPANEE
11/24/2017 3:02:13 PM
An inquest into the death of an inmate at Collins Bay institution has been announced. 63 year old Richard Foster died September 3rd 2016 at the maximum security unit in Kingston.

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L&A COUNTY RECOGNIZES STAFF FOR LONG TERM SERVICE
11/24/2017 2:53:27 PM


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DESERONTO TRANSIT CELEBRATES 10 YEARS WITH A CONTEST
11/23/2017 8:34:30 AM
As part of celebrating 10 years of service to Deseronto, Deseronto Transit is holding its spot it, snap it, post it, contest.

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TENDER AWARDED FOR PHASE 2 OF DUNDAS STREET RECONSTRUCTION
11/23/2017 8:28:47 AM
The County of Lennox and Addington has approved a tender for the second phase of the Dundas street reconstruction project.

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LDSB PUTTING NALOXONE KITS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
11/23/2017 8:22:59 AM
Limestone District School Board is taking extra steps to keep its students safe in the ongoing battle against opioids. Soon the drug naxolone will be available at secondary schools in LDSB, and when used properly it can reverse the effects of a drug overdose.

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CASTING CALL OUT FOR PROOF
11/23/2017 7:57:20 AM
Calling all actors! Auditions for the Lennox Community theatre?s production of ?Proof? are coming up soon. They?re looking for 2 men and 2 women for the cast.

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HUNTERS RESCUED AFTER CANOE CAPSIZES
11/23/2017 7:56:59 AM
A pair of hunters needed rescuing earlier this week. Prince Edward County firefighters were called to a marshy area near Big Island. The hunters were in a canoe that tipped just after 9am Tuesday. They pair spent about 25 minutes in the cold water.

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MILITARY EXERCISES TAKING PLACE IN PICTON
11/23/2017 7:51:15 AM
Don?t be alarmed when you see soldiers in Picton this weekend and next. Soldiers will be taking part in a humanitarian assistance scenario that will involve role-players.

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ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE EVENT RETURNS TO MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES
11/22/2017 7:39:56 AM
The holiday spirit is making its way to the L&A County Museum and Archives. Scheduled for December 19th from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. the museum's 4th annual 'Christmas Tree' event will be showcasing a wide variety of trees decorated in the theme of 'All Things Canada' throughout the entire museum.

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BREAKFAST WITH SANTA DECEMBER 2ND
11/22/2017 7:30:10 AM
The Newburgh-Camden Lions Club is hosting Breakfast With Santa. President of the Lions Club Victor Smith says it?s great for the Kids: Cost is 4 dollars for adults. Any money left over from the event supports the community: Breakfast with Santa starts at 9am and goes until 11 on December 2nd.

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BACK TO WORK LEGISLATION SENDS STAFF AND STUDENTS BACK TO SCHOOL
11/22/2017 7:20:04 AM
Loyalist and St. Lawrence College students headed back to school yesterday following a five-week strike that put 500,000 Ontario students out of class. The government tabled back-to-work legislation Sunday afternoon, sending 12,000 faculty back to class at Ontario's 24 public colleges.

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LOCKDOWN INITIATED FOLLOWING INMATE ASSAULT AT COLLINS BAY
11/22/2017 7:12:20 AM
Collins Bay Institution is on lockdown following an assault. Normal operations will resume when considered safe to do so. Visits have been suspended until an exceptional search can be completed. The injured inmate was found by staff at 8:15 yesterday morning.

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WINNING LOTTERY TICKET SOLD IN KINGSTON UNCLAIMED
11/22/2017 7:04:42 AM
Almost a year later and a winning Lotto Max ticket has gone unclaimed. The winning ticket won $10,000 dollars with encore. If unclaimed the prize disappears forever. The winner has until December 4th to come forward with the winning ticket.

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY CELEBRATES NATIONAL HOUSING DAY
11/22/2017 6:56:24 AM
Everybody 16 and over is invited to join Habitat for Humanity for National Housing Day. They?ll celebrate by continuing work on the Good Shepherd Legacy Project Phase 1, where the first of three duplexes is being built at 46 Cowdy Street in Kingston. The build runs today from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

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TREE OF HOPE CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY
11/21/2017 7:40:01 AM
The annual Tree of Hope Campaign is officially underway. John Suart with Family and Children's Services says there?s been an increase over last year: He adds that this campaign, or something very similar has been around since the beginning of the organization in 1894.

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SANTA'S LIVINGROOM NOW OPEN IN GREATER NAPANEE
11/21/2017 7:31:01 AM
Santa and Mrs. Claus have arrived in Napanee! Running every weekend from now until December 22nd, Santa will be at 'Santa's Livingroom' to meet all the boys and girls. Children can enjoy cookies, hot chocolate and colouring, while they're waiting for their turn to meet Santa.

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EMERGENCY WATERMAIN REPAIRS IN PEC
11/21/2017 7:22:49 AM
Some emergency repair work is taking place in Prince Edward County this morning. The Water and Wastewater Department will conduct emergency watermain repairs on Fenwood Crescent in Rossmore. Repairs aren?t expected to wrap up until 4 this afternoon.

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MAN ATTACKED AND ROBBED IN AMHERSTVIEW
11/21/2017 7:15:01 AM
An Amherstview man who was robbed Saturday night was able to give a description of his attackers to police. Napanee OPP are looking for any information regarding the incident that took place on Manitou Crescent near the LCBO.

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LAURENCE SCANLAN HEADLINES NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM
11/21/2017 7:06:43 AM
Tuesday Night At The Museum is tonight at 7pm. Best Selling Author Laurence Scanlan will be speaking at the event, highlighting some of the prominent Canadians who have won the Order Of Canada.

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FIBRE OPTIC CABLE INSTALLATION IN PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY
11/21/2017 6:57:29 AM
Construction season continues. According to Prince Edward County, lane restrictions will be in effect on Picton Main Street between Paul Street and Chapel Street overnight tonight to tomorrow between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.

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CANNABIS BILL DISPLEASES HILLIER
11/20/2017 8:14:11 AM
Many Conservative Party Leaders are upset about what the Liberals have done with regards to Bill 174 - also known as 'the cannabis Bill.' Initially, the provincial Bill was created to meet the Federal government's requirement with the legalization of recreational pot use by July 1st, 2018.

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QUAIFF NAMED OFFICIAL LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR BAY OF QUINTE
11/20/2017 8:05:35 AM
Prince Edward County Mayor Robert Quaiff is the official Ontario Liberal Party candidate for the new Bay of Quinte riding. In a release Quaiff says he wants to work at Queen?s Park to bring improved local health-care services including a new hospital to the county along with affordable housing.

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OPP ID VICTIM IN MULTI-VEHICLE COLLISION
11/20/2017 7:57:53 AM
Police have identified the man killed in Saturday morning's multi vehicle collision on the 401 as 27-year-old Wade Young of South Frontenac. Four vehicles were involved in the crash that also sent five people to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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FOUR CHARGED IN DOWNTOWN NAPANEE DRUG BUSTS
11/20/2017 7:50:17 AM
Possession charges for four Napanee residents following two separate drug busts in downtown Napanee. Thursday when the Napanee Community Street Crime Unit executed a search warrant at a downtown residence they found 86 grams of crystal meth, 559 grams of pot and cocaine.

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BACK TO CLASS TUESDAY FOR LOCAL COLLEGE STUDENTS
11/20/2017 7:42:41 AM
It's back to class for Loyalist and St. Lawrence students this week now that the province has passed back-to-work legislation. Class will resume on Tuesday at both St. Lawrence and Loyalist College.

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GREATER NAPANEE SHORELINE RESIDENTS ASKED TO WEIGH IN ON HIGH WATER LEVELS
11/20/2017 7:33:54 AM
Shoreline residents in Greater Napanee are asked to share how this year's record high Lake Ontario water levels and flooding may have impacted them. The Great Lakes - St. Lawrence River Adaptive Management Committee is seeking input from property and business owners.

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COLLEGES WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS THIS WEEK
11/19/2017 5:34:57 PM
Ontario has passed back-to-work legislation, ending a five-week college strike. It paves the way for students to return to class, probably on Tuesday.

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ONE FATALITY IN MULTI VEHICLE COLLISON ON HIGHWAY 401 IN THE CITY OF KINGSTON
11/18/2017 1:14:38 PM
One man is dead after a multi vehicle collision on Highway 401 in the City of Kingston. On November 18th at approximately 5:05 a.m.

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MAN STRUCK AND KILLED ON 401 NEAR KINGSTON
11/18/2017 1:00:54 PM
One man is dead and five others are injured after a chain reaction crash on Highway 401 near Kingston this morning. OPP say a man was struck by a vehicle while he was standing outside his car around 5 am near the Woodstock overpass.

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