TOWN CUTS BACK SPLASH PAD HOURS
8/24/2016 8:39:49 AM
The drought is having an impact on a fun recreational activity for the kids. In an attempt to conserve water the Town of Greater Napanee is reducing the hours at the Rotary Park Splash Pad. It will now operate daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. as opposed to 10-8.

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OPP QUIET ON DORLAND CAMPGROUND INCIDENT
8/24/2016 8:33:46 AM
OPP have yet to comment following reports of a heavy police presence in Dorland last night. It's reported residents at the Bass Cove Family Campground on County Road 8 were told to stay inside while police and emergency services dealt with an armed man inside one of the trailers.

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TEENS RAISING MONEY FOR DROUGHT WEARY SPWC
8/24/2016 8:18:39 AM
Grade 10 Student Annah and boyfriend Connor have been busy collecting donations for gift baskets to raffle off in support of a local cause: Annah says all money raised will go to Sandy Pines: She says baskets should be ready by the end of the week.

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CITY OF KINGSTON LIFTS BURN BAN
8/24/2016 8:10:51 AM
The City of Kingston has lifted its open air burn ban after several weeks of hot dry weather. Even though the ban has been lifted, Kingston Fire and Rescue asks everyone to be very cautious with outdoor fires.

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PEC OPP LOOK FOR WITNESSES TO WEEKEND "FRACAS"
8/24/2016 8:04:54 AM
Officers with Prince Edward OPP continue to investigate what they describe as a weekend "fracas". Sunday morning just after 1:00 officers were called to Belleville General Hospital for an assault call.

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INDECENT EXPOSURE CHARGES FOR DESERONTO MAN
8/23/2016 8:11:53 AM
A number of charges for a Deseronto man caught exposing himself. The 29-year-old was arrested Monday for allegedly exposing himself to female co-workers over the course of several months at a Bell Boulevard business in Belleville.

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FORMER FINANCIAL ADVISOR KEVIN WAGAR LEARNS HIS FATE
8/23/2016 8:05:55 AM
Five and a half years in prison for former financial advisor and Stone Mills Councillor Kevin Wagar. Back in March Wagar plead guilty to fraud charges after two former clients complained they hadn't seen a return on their investments.

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GREATER NAPANEE COUNCIL SIGNS OFF ON TAXATION POLICY
8/23/2016 7:58:47 AM
An end at last to the debate surrounding Greater Napanee's Taxation Policy Review. At last night's special council meeting, council voted 6-1 to carry a motion put forth by Councillor Kaiser.

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GREATER NAPANEE MAINTAINS TOTAL BURN BAN
8/23/2016 7:51:55 AM
While the total burn ban remains in place in Greater Napanee, the County of Prince Edward is satisfied enough with the recent rainfall to move to a partial ban. Under a partial ban residents and visitors can use burn barrels and have campfires. No other outdoor burning is allowed.

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WANTED MAN KNOWN TO FREQUENT KINGSTON
8/23/2016 7:45:50 AM
A Canada wide warrant is out for a man known to frequent the Kingston area. 39-year-old Frederick Allen Yensen is 5'9", 148 pounds with a scar on his forehead and right eyebrow.

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