AMHERSTVIEW MAN COULD GET 20 YEARS IN PRISON FOR FLIGHT DIVERSION
7/28/2017 9:16:38 AM
An Amherstview man could face up to 20 years in prison following his guilty plea in an Orlando courtroom. There's an update to the story we've been following since May where Brandon Courneyea was arrested after a flight from Montego Bay to Toronto was diverted to Orlando.

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COUNTY'S DARK SKY VIEWING AREA GAINING IN POPULARITY
7/28/2017 9:07:26 AM
Astrophotographer and galaxy tour guide Joe Gilker says the Dark Sky viewing area is gaining popularity: He says the events held there as well are bringing in large crowds: The first event started out with 50 people while the most recent event had over 100.

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DRIVE-THRU UPSET IN KINGSTON
7/28/2017 8:56:52 AM
A 29-year-old Kingston man is facing charges after he lost his cool in the drive-thru. Police say the man became upset with drive-thru staff at a local restaurant, then got out of his vehicle, entered the restaurant and threw a cash register on the floor.

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WANTED MAN EVADES POLICE
7/27/2017 4:46:32 PM
A wanted man got away from police and another was held for a bail hearing following an incident on Beechwood road. Tuesday morning an officer with Napanee OPP stopped to help 2 motorists. The officer recognized one of the men as John MacDonald who is wanted by Frontenac OPP Assault with a weapon.

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W.J. HENDERSON CENTRE CONSIDERED FOR NEW LOYALIST TOWNSHIP ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING
7/27/2017 1:42:02 PM
An addition to the W.J. Henderson Recreation Centre looks like it could be the site of a new administrative building for Loyalist Township. Township staff made the recommendation to councilors early this week. There were 3 potential sites chosen, dwindled down from 25 potentials.

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COUNTY BUDGET ON TRACK FOR FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR
7/27/2017 1:34:01 PM
A 6th month update on the County budget shows that we're pretty close to estimates: That was Steven Fox, director of financial and physical services. He did say there are a few outstanding items on the list, paramedic services and also some re-negotiations, that staff are investigating.

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NEXT HABITAT HOME BUILD KICKS OFF AUGUST 12TH
7/27/2017 1:24:18 PM
On August 12th you're invited a wall-raising day for the latest Habitat for Humanity build. Office Manager with Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region Teresa Zhang goes over what a wall-raising is: This wall-raising will take place near 163 Cooks Rd in Roblin.

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CRCA ISSUES FLOOD WARNING FOR INLAND LAKES AND STREAMS
7/27/2017 1:15:18 PM
The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority has added more lakes to their flood warning. Water levels on inland lakes and streams will remain high as water from Monday's storm works its way through the system.

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COUNTY COUNCILOR HOPING TO REVERSE SCHOOL CLOSURE
7/27/2017 10:08:07 AM
Stone Mills Councilor John Wise brought a motion forward to County Council asking for their support in asking the minister of education to reverse the decision to close some rural schools: Wise brought forward this motion forward in response to the Minister of education suspending further...

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FULL SERVICE RESTORED AT GLENORA FERRY
7/27/2017 9:48:28 AM
Full service has finally returned to the Glenora Ferry. 2 Ferries will be running for the remainder of the summer and all types of vehicles are welcome. There is a ferry load restriction of 18 tonnes.

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