LYNDHURST TURKEY FAIR GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITY
12/5/2016 7:11:47 AM
The Lyndhurst Turkey fair gave back to the community this year during the Lyndhust Community Carol and Sing Along Sunday. Terri Dawson with how and why money is raised: This year they raised $3,700 which was given to several community organizations including: Seeley's Bay Canada Day, L.R.

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ISLANDERS FALL 7-4 TO NAPANEE RAIDERS
12/5/2016 7:09:08 AM
The Gananoque Jr. C Islanders had quite the hole to crawl out of last night. They played host to the Napanee Raiders and found themselves looking at a four goal deficit in the second period.

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BLASTING AT CFB KINGSTON TO TAKE 15 DAYS
12/5/2016 7:07:30 AM
There will be some blasting at CFB Kingston beginning today (Monday). Contractors who are building a new facility will be blasting at the intersection of Apprentice Street and Craftsman Blvd. on base. Blasting is expected to take up to 15 days.

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UNEMPLOYMENT RATE FALLS IN NOVEMBER
12/5/2016 7:05:43 AM
Good news for the local economy. The unemployment rate for this area, which stretches from Pembroke to Kingston is sitting at 4.9 per cent. Which is a better satistic than we saw in October, where the rate was at 5.7 per cent.

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FENTANYL OVERDOSE EPIDEMIC CALLED A CRISIS
12/5/2016 7:03:56 AM
Crisis. A word being used to describe the Ontario's Fentanyl overdose epidemic. At least 201 people died accidentally with Fentanyl in their systems last year, of those, 165 died as a direct result of the drug, which is up to 100 times more toxic than morphine.

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CRCA HIRES NEW GENERAL MANAGER
12/5/2016 6:52:18 AM
The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority has hired a new General Manager/Secretary-Treasurer. Geoff Rae has a degree in Engineering and a Master's degree in Business Administration. He comes to the CRCA from his previous position as CAO of the City of Brantford.

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PROVINCE TAKING ACTION TO PROTECT ALGONQUIN WOLF
12/5/2016 6:48:36 AM
The Province of Ontario is taking steps to help protect the threatened Algonquin wolf population. Due to the similarity in appearance of animal, the province has closed the hunting and trapping of all wolves and coyotes in select areas to support recovery of the Algonquin wolf species.

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AMBER ALERT ISSUED
12/2/2016 10:16:34 PM
Niagara Regional Police Service has requested an AMBER ALERT Alert is in relation to an abducted child.

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AMBER ALERT ISSUED
12/2/2016 10:15:03 PM
Niagara Regional Police Service has requested an AMBER ALERT Alert is in relation to an abducted child.

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AMBER ALERT ISSUED
12/2/2016 9:42:57 PM
Niagara Regional Police Service has requested an AMBER ALERT Alert is in relation to an abducted child.

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