PEC FIELD NATURALISTS DECLARE VICTORY
4/21/2015 9:28:55 AM
The Prince Edward County Field Naturalists are declaring a victory in their fight against industrial wind turbines at Ostrander Point. The Ontario Court of Appeal ruled yesterday (Monday) that the project will cause serious harm to the Blandings turtle and its habitat.

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SAFETY NOT AN ISSUE AFTER STUDENT TAKES WEAPON TO SCHOOL
4/21/2015 9:17:20 AM
The Limestone District School Board will not release even general information after a student was arrested for bringing a weapon to Southview Public School back in March.

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NO SPACE FOR LOCAL WINE ON GROCERY STORE SHELVES
4/21/2015 9:06:08 AM
Tom Bergeron with Bergeron Estates Winery is hoping the province can work something out in order to get Ontario Wine in grocery stores: Bergeron made the comment after the province announced Beer would be sold in Ontario Stores, but not wine.

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WEEKEND GRASS FIRES SPARKED BY BURN BARRELS
4/21/2015 8:38:23 AM
Fire crews across the region were kept busy over the weekend. Despite a burn ban in most areas, crews dealt with huge grass fires started by burn barrels. There was a large grass fire in Loyalist Township on Saturday and another north of Gananoque Sunday afternoon.

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SECOND WAGNER DAUGHTER RECEIVES LIVER TRANSPLANT
4/21/2015 8:34:46 AM
A mother and father in Kingston can breathe a little easier now that their second daughter has received a new liver. Because of a fatal genetic disorder 3-year-old Bihn Wagner and her twin sister both needed liver transplants.

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TEEN FOUND GUILTY IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE
4/21/2015 8:22:25 AM
A guilty verdict in a 19-year-old's sexual assault case. Travis Geisel of Bancroft was found guilty yesterday in Belleville. A 20-year-old woman was sexually assaulted at her apartment in Belleville last year where Geisel was spending the night. He'll be sentenced June 3rd.

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LUCAS CALLS FOR SPECIAL SESSION
4/20/2015 7:45:01 AM
We'll find out if Greater Napanee Councillor Shaune Lucas' notice of motion will pass at council's next regular session: Lucas made the notice of motion at the last town council meting.

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ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW TRIBUNAL ENTERS SECOND WEEK
4/20/2015 7:40:46 AM
Testimony is expected today from a neighbour of the Richmond Landfill as the second week of the Environmental Review Tribunal gets underway. Andrew Martin will tell the tribunal how his domestic well has been affected by leachate contamination.

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JOB LOSSES IN BELLEVILLE AFTER DRUG MANUFACTURER ANNOUNCES CLOSURE
4/20/2015 7:37:29 AM
Some people in Belleville will be looking for work soon. The Belleville site of the drug company Vétoquinol is planning to close in 3 years. Executives informed employees April 1st, and added that some of them may get transferred to Princeville, Quebec.

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CONSTRUCTION EXPECTED TO CAUSE DELAYS IN KINGSTON
4/20/2015 7:34:19 AM
If you find yourself in Kingston this week, expect delays on John Counter Blvd between the CN Rail line and Porstmouth Avenue. Gas line construction will be taking place all week.

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