PLAID HOUSE OFFICIALLY UNVEILED
8/25/2016 7:02:43 AM
Sprucing up a home on the main street in Lyndhurst is more than making the village aesthetically pleasing says Terri Dawson of the Lyndhurst Rejuvenation Committee.

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MAN ARRESTED, FACING ARSON CHARGES
8/25/2016 7:00:15 AM
Brockville Police have arrested a man for arson. The 51 year-old is a tenant of the building police were called to after a report of a working fire. The investigation is continuing but they have laid charges of arson and assault against him.

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MS DIAGNOSIS DOESN'T HOLD LOCAL WOMAN BACK
8/25/2016 6:58:26 AM
Carole Steacy has been living with MS for six years now and she refuses to say she's suffering from MS. Many people locally know Carole as she works at the Police Department in town and through her fight to end this disease that come on suddenly. Steacy tells us a bit about her story.

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YIPI STUDENTS HOLD 2016 GRADUATION
8/25/2016 6:55:47 AM
Another year has wrapped up for the 2016 YIPI students. Family, friends, coworkers, town staff and the Kingston YIPI students were all in attendance on Wednesday morning as Owen Hill, Logan Leonard, Regan Swann and Elizabeth Gifford summed up their summer. Cst.

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ROYAL THEATRE TO HOST FUNDRAISING EVENT FRIDAY
8/25/2016 6:52:07 AM
A Royal Command Performance will take over the Royal Theatre on Friday night. The fundraising event will feature the song stylings from Andrew and Aaron Ray along with Royal Theatre owners Frayne McCarthy and Kevin John Saylor. Tickets are $15 dollars each.

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COST INCREASING FOR LICENCE RENEWALS
8/25/2016 6:41:32 AM
Get ready to dig a little further into your pockets to renew your licence plate stickers come September 1st. The cost is increasing from $108 to $120. Also increasing is the licence renewal fee which jumps up to $90. The province says the fees will help maintain roads and other infrastructure.

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LET'S TALK POWER TOWN HALL MEETING SET
8/24/2016 3:00:41 PM
Gananoque has experienced seven power outages in the last year, but who's counting? Residents feel there's a need to have a conversation about how to improve the reliability and redundancy of the power system and a Town Hall Meeting to do just that has been planned.

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ICE CREAM SOCIAL CELEBRATES PLAID HOUSE
8/24/2016 6:48:54 AM
You probably have taken a second glance at the house in Lyndhurst that is painted plaid. That's right, Lyndhurst has a plaid house.

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TOWNSHIP TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION HOLDING COMMUNITY MEETING
8/24/2016 6:46:15 AM
The Township Taxpayers Association of Leeds and Thousand Islands wants to hear from the community. They are holding a community meeting on Friday from 7-9 p.m. to hear comments, concerns or kudos about the performance of the current council. The meeting will take place at 1 Jessie Street.

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SINGLE VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS LIFE OF ONE MAN
8/24/2016 6:44:37 AM
Leeds OPP are continuing to investigate a fatal crash near Athens on the weekend. Police say around 8 p.m. on Saturday, a 48 year-old man lost control of his vehicle near Washburn Road, flipped and struck a hydro pole. Percy Douds of Rideau Lakes died as a result of his injuries say police.

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