BATH MAN CHARGED AFTER ROBBERY AT CONVENIENCE STORE
7/19/2018 8:48:12 AM
A 59 year old man from Bath will be in Napanee court next month. He's charged 2 counts of theft under $5000 dollars, 2 counts assaulting a police officer and resisting a police officer.

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BELLEVILLE SENS ANNOUNCE SEASON SCHEDULE
7/19/2018 8:46:11 AM
2018/19 will include a more balanced schedule for the Belleville Senators, than the team's inaugual season last year. The AHL team, announcing their 76 game line-up Wednesday afternoon, including 38 home games at the Yardmen Arena.

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KINGSTON POLICE CHIEF CALLS IT A CAREER
7/19/2018 8:45:18 AM
Kingston police chief Gilles Larochelle is saying good-bye after 37 years in policing. He's set to retire at the end of the year. He started his policing journey with the Ottawa Police Service in May 1981 and held the rank of Deputy Chief.

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TOSSING CIGARETTE BUTTS COULD START A FIRE IN DRY CONDITIONS
7/18/2018 4:04:53 PM
Tossing your cigarette butts could cause more damage than you think, especially in these dry conditions. While on Main street in Picton yesterday a Prince Edward County OPP officer was quick to react after noticing smoke rising from the base of a tree.

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SIGN POSTED TO REMIND RESIDENTS OF ROTARY PARK RULES
7/18/2018 6:52:10 AM
Following an increase of mischief at the new Rotary Park, Napanee OPP and the TOwn of Greater Napanee are reminding residents about the rules of the park. That was communications intern Brianna Clement. She goes over the rules.

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DIGGIN' DOWNTOWN CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES
7/18/2018 6:50:50 AM
Diggin' Downtown has moved on to close the last block of Dundas street for underground work to begin. That was Community Liaison officer Joe Hogan. He says work from John to East is almost done.

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PICTON TERMINALS PLEADS GUILTY, HIT WITH HEFTY FINE
7/18/2018 6:48:47 AM
Picton Terminals has pleaded guilty and been fined for contravening the Environmental Protection Act. The plea comes as a result of a 2016 discharge of petroleum coke (petcoke), a substance used in commercial applications as fuel source. According to the U.S.

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SLOW DOWN ON SALMON ROAD - NEW SPEED LIMIT INTRODUCED THIS WEEK
7/18/2018 6:46:12 AM
The Town of Greater Napanee has approved a speed limit reduction on Salmon River Road. This Thursday the speed limit will be reduced from 80km/h to 60km/h. The speed reduction by-law was passed at Town Councils June 26th meeting. Signs will be installed on Thursday.

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GARRETT'S LEGACY ACT GOING THROUGH THE STAGES ONCE AGAIN
7/17/2018 4:49:11 PM
There's been a few delays for the Mills family when it comes to getting the Garrett's Legacy act past second reading: That was Garrett's father Buzz Collins.

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KRAMP WEIGHS IN ON LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA
7/17/2018 4:48:11 PM
When it come to marijuana the Federal Government is leaving it up to the provinces when it comes to distribution, pricing and policing.

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EASTBOUND OFF-RAMP AT CAMDEN EAST TO REMAIN CLOSE FOR MOST OF THE DAY
7/17/2018 10:50:24 AM
The Eastbound County Road 4 exit on the 401 at Camden East is expected to remain closed for most of the day. Around 6:30 this morning Napanee OPP responded to a report of a transport roll-over on the off-ramp.

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MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT ON THEIR WAY TO ACCIDENT ON 401
7/17/2018 9:25:46 AM
An overturned tractor trailer could hinder your morning commute. We've confirmed with the OPP that the east bound on and off ramps of the 401 at Camden East County Road 4 near Odessa are closed.

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DOMESTIC INCIDENT CALL LEADS TO ASSAULT CHARGES FOR A KINGSTON MAN
7/17/2018 6:23:54 AM
A 32 year old Kingston man has been charged after an alleged domestic incident in Kingston. According to police the accused and victim were walking in the area of Queen and Division Streets. They began to argue and he physically assaulted her.

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LOCAL MPP APPOINTED CAUCUS CHAIR
7/17/2018 6:21:09 AM
Hastings-Lennox and Addington MPP Daryl Kramp was recently appointed Caucus chair. He says he's looking forward to the experience and feel comfortable in the position due to his experiences in the political world.

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NOW NAPANEE WAITS TO SEE IF THEY'LL HOST STAR-STUDDED COUNTRY CONCERT
7/17/2018 6:20:20 AM
The votes are in and now it's a waiting game. The winner of the One Horse Town contest will be announced July 23rd. Greater Napanee was one of 6 finalists, and the only town in Ontario, that made it to the voting process.

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MIXED REACTIONS ON HYDRO CEO'S RETIREMENT
7/16/2018 1:51:11 PM
Last week the news broke that Mayo Schmidt, president and chief executive officer of Hydro One, has opted to retire. During the election, Ontario Premier Doug Ford promised to get Schmidt out of the position along with the board of directors.

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GREATER NAPANEE UNDER TOTAL BURN BAN
7/16/2018 1:21:04 PM
The Town of Greater Napanee is officially under a total burn ban: That was fire public educator with Greater Napanee Emergency services Randy Cook.

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ANOTHER NAME ADDED TO THE UNOFFICIAL LIST OF CANDIDATES
7/16/2018 1:20:39 PM
Another name on the unofficial list of candidates for the 2018 municipal election. Tom Derreck is running for Ward 4. That puts 3 people in the race for the in Town ward. He's up against Jason McDonald and Cathy Conrad.

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BE ON THE WATCH FOR BLUE-GREEN ALGAE IN FAVOURITE SWIMMING SPOTS
7/16/2018 7:08:30 AM
Our local health unit is warning of possible blue-green algae, as many of us choose to enjoy the summer season on local waterways.

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CAUSE OF FIRE EAST OF NAPANEE STILL TO BE DETERMINED
7/16/2018 7:04:34 AM
A house fire just East of Napanee last week caused an estimated $200 000 dollars in damages. Loyalist Township Fire Department responded with seven trucks and had tanker support from the nearby Napanee fire department.

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CONSTRUCTION STARTING TODAY WILL IMPACT PARKING
7/16/2018 7:02:52 AM
Construction of sidewalks and parking areas at the back of Town Hall begins today (Mon). Work will include removal of concrete sidewalk and repaving. Parking will not be available in the active work zone.

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LOCAL ORGANIZATION MAKES 600 DOLLAR DONATION TO PECMF
7/16/2018 7:00:32 AM
The Prince Edward County Memorial Foundation has received another donation from another local group. The Wellington on the Lake Woodcrafters presented a $600 dollar donation to the foundation. Funds were raised at the organizations 20th annual chicken barbecue.

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GARRETTFEST PREPARATIONS ARE ON TRACK
7/16/2018 6:55:49 AM
Preparations are underway for this year's annual GarrettFest. Buzz Collins with the details. You can already get tickets. He says they are still looking for prize donations for their live and silent auction tables and door prizes.

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LOCAL MPP CONSTITUENCY OFFICE TO OPEN SOON
7/16/2018 6:52:41 AM
Hastings-Lennox and Addington MPP Daryl Kramp will be opening his constituency office in Napanee soon. They are still hammering out the fine details of what days they'll be open and hours of operation.

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ONE HORSE TOWN VOTING CLOSES TOMORROW
7/14/2018 8:27:04 AM
You have until Sunday at midnight to get your votes so Greater Napanee can host the One Horse Town concert. Our town is one of 6 finalists to host the huge country event headlining Dallas Smith, Tim Hicks and Kira Isabella.

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BEAVER LAKE POWERBOAT RACES THIS WEEKEND
7/14/2018 8:24:16 AM
This weekend marks the return of the annual Beaver Lake powerboat races. Racers from across Ontario, Quebec and even the USA will make their way to Erinsville for the event. Catch all the action Saturday from 10am-4pm and Sunday from Noon to 4pm.

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ASTROPHOTOGRAPHERS ASSEMBLE TONIGHT (WEATHER PERMITTING)
7/14/2018 8:23:03 AM
Grab your camera, bug spray and head to the Dark Sky Viewing area tonight for Astrophotographers Assemble. Everyone is welcome to attend these events that bring dark sky enthusiasts together to photograph the stars.

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LOTS OF ROOM ON CANDIDATE LIST IN STONE MILLS
7/13/2018 9:04:26 AM
Still not a full list of potential candiates in Stone Mills Township. With the deadline looming, only four people have expressed interest in one of five council seats: Shari Milligan, Eric DePoe, William Carroll and Douglas Davison.

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CONSTRUCTION ON NEW BARN MOVING ALONG
7/13/2018 9:02:29 AM
The concrete is poured and the frame is being built for the new barn at Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre. Leah Birmingham says it's going to have lots of room when it's finished: The barn was burned almost to the ground due to an electrical fire back in January.

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CHARGES FOR HUSBAND WHO HELD WIFE CAPTIVE
7/13/2018 9:00:55 AM
A brave escape for a U.S. woman held captive in Kingston for nearly a year. Police say the U.S. woman married a 29-year-old Kingston man in 2017 and was moved into the man's home with his parents and brother.

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SEX CHARGES FOR INMATE
7/13/2018 8:58:05 AM
A 59-year-old inmate appeared in Napanee court yesterday (July 12) facing sexual assault charges.

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MORE NAMES ADDED TO UNOFFICIAL LIST OF CANDIDATES
7/12/2018 1:27:50 PM
A few more names added to Greater Napanee's Unofficial list of candidates this week. Max Kaiser now has some competition for Deputy Mayor. Current Ward 4 councilor Carol Harvey has also filed for the position. There also another person running for Ward 2.

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KFL&A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES EXTENDED HEAT WARNING
7/12/2018 1:26:57 PM
KFL&A Public Health has issued an extended heat warning for area residents. We're expecting more hot and humid weather starting this weekend up until Tuesday next week.

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