KING STREET PAVING PROJECT PUSHED TO NEXT YEAR
9/20/2017 6:08:47 AM
The paving project on King Street that was to begin later this month is being put off. Public Works Director Paul McMunn told council on Tuesday night the project was sent to tender and they only received one bid and it came in much higher than expected. Cruickshank Construction Ltd.

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TD TREE DAYS SET FOR SATURDAY
9/20/2017 6:05:26 AM
Transition Gananoque wants you to join them on Saturday for the TD Friends of the Environment tree planting morning. They have a goal of planting 150 trees at the Bay of St. Lawrence Park. You can register at tdtreedays.com.

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LHIN INVESTS $300,000 IN PARAMEDICINE PROGRAM
9/20/2017 6:03:38 AM
The Southeast LHIN has announced a large investment in community paramedicine programs in Hastings, Kingston-Frontenac and the Counties of Leeds-Grenville.

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KPS INVESTIGATING DOG STABBING
9/20/2017 6:02:00 AM
Kingston Police are investigating an incident where two dogs were stabbed. Earlier this month it was reported the dogs were stabbed while in the backyard of a residence on Castell Road. The yard is fenced in with a wire fence at the rear of the property lined with growth and vegetation.

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PATIENT ORIENTED RESEARCH CENTRE OPENS
9/20/2017 6:00:13 AM
The new W. J. Henderson Centre for Patient Oriented Research at Kingston Health Science Centre has officially opened. The state of the art facility brings together facilities, equipment and research projects that require direct patient involvement.

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STUNT DRIVER CHARGED ON HWY. 15
9/20/2017 5:57:59 AM
A man from Greece will appear in court next month to face stunt driving charges. Leeds OPP pulled the 32 year-old man over on Hwy. 15 after he was caught driving 58 km/h over the posted speed limit. His vehicle was towed and impounded for seven days.

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TERRY FOX RUNS RAISE THOUSANDS
9/19/2017 6:39:25 AM
The totals from this weekend's Terry Fox Runs are beginning to roll in. In TLTI, they managed to bring in almost $7,000 with donations still coming in.

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SMILE COOKIE CAMPAIGN ANOTHER SUCCESS
9/19/2017 6:34:24 AM
The Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign wrapped up on Sunday and once again, Gananoque has rallied together to support local schools. All money raised goes to the Sweets Corners, St. Joseph's and Linklater breakfast programs.

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FREEDOM SINGER OPENS AT FIREHALL ON THURSDAY
9/19/2017 6:29:24 AM
Juno nominated Khari Wendell McClelland is bringing a performance called a must-see by Toronto Life to Gananoque to start a fall cross Canada tour.

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DRIVER NOT TO BE CHARGED IN INVERARY MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION
9/19/2017 6:27:17 AM
Frontenac OPP say charges won't be laid against the driver who struck a pedestrian on Perth Road in Inverary last Friday. According to police, a northbound Toyota struck 38 year-old Andrew Ellerbeck. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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