UNITED WAY HASTINGS & PRINCE EDWARD FALLS SHORT OF CAMPAIGN GOAL
1/17/2017 9:14:05 AM
The United Way Hastings & Prince Edward is announcing the total for their annual campaign a little early. This year the organization fell short of its goal by over $153,000 dollars. They still raised $1,962,000 dollars which Executive Director Judi Gilbert says is still a significant amount.

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LENNOX AND ADDINGTON COUNTY TO CLOSE THREE LIBRARIES
1/17/2017 9:06:40 AM
A final decision to close the Odessa, Camden East and South Fredericksburgh public library branches won?t be made until the public has had a chance to have a say.

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WEBSITE KEEPS RESIDENTS UP-TO-DATE ON DOCK CONVERSION FOR AMHERST ISLAND FERRY
1/17/2017 8:59:02 AM
Islanders will want to bookmark www.amherstislandferrydocks.ca to stay up-to-date once construction for new ferry docks gets underway. The Ministry of Transportation's general contractor Ranking Construction is developing a website to keep residents informed as the project progresses.

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CONSECON WOMAN WINS 649
1/17/2017 8:51:34 AM
A Consecon woman is now a Millionaire after a big with Lotto 649. Nancy Mattis purchased the winning ticket at Hamlet Grocery and won the guaranteed $1-million dollar prize on the November 26th draw.

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ERT'S FINAL WHITE PINES MEETING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
1/17/2017 8:35:44 AM
One more meeting before a final decision is made on the White Pines wind project. All meetings within the past 10 months have not been open to the public, but this final one will allow the public to share their opinions and views with the Tribunal.

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FREEZING RAIN WARNING IN EFFECT FOR TUESDAY
1/17/2017 8:07:12 AM
As much as 2 to 5 mm of ice could build up on untreated surfaces today. Environment Canada says the freezing rain will begin near noon today and continue this evening. It will taper off overnight but we still could see some freezing drizzle in the morning tomorrow.

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DATE SET FOR FIRST HOMETOWN MARKET
1/17/2017 7:59:31 AM
Planning is already underway for the 2017 market season in Greater Napanee. Vendor registration will open in March with the first Greater Napanee Hometown Market scheduled for May 13th. The market operates bi-weekly until the end of September.

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TRI-BOARD CANCELS ALL BUS AND TAXI TRANSPORTATION
1/17/2017 5:33:42 AM
With a freezing rain warning in effect, tri-board transporation has cancelled all bus and taxi transportation for today across its jurisdiction. Schools will remain open.

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BOSSIO PLEASED WITH TURNOUT FOR PM'S VISIT
1/16/2017 3:50:32 PM
MP for Hastings-Lennox and Addington Mike Bossio was thrilled to see how many people came out to welcome Justin Trudeau to Napanee last Thursday. He was one of a few hundred people in the crowd awaiting the Prime Minister's arrival.

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INMATE DIES IN BATH
1/16/2017 3:42:22 PM
Correctional service Canada is reviewing the circumstances surrounding the death of an inmate at Bath institution. 42-year-old Michael Coelho died on Friday at the institution. Emergency responders could not revive him.

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