SEVEN CHARGED IN PRESCRIPTION PILL BUST
2/8/2016 9:32:06 AM
Three months of investigation has ended in charges for seven people. On January 29th Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory police arrested a 29 year old Belleville man and seized about $5,000 worth of hydromorphone. He's charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking and for stealing gas.

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NEW YEAR, OLD PROBLEM FOR SOCIAL SERVICES
2/8/2016 9:30:17 AM
Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Social Services is still waiting for the developers of the Social Assistance Management System to work out a program glitch it discovered last year.

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REGIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT RATE DIPS
2/8/2016 9:28:36 AM
A drop in the regions unemployment rate. The current rate for our area is sitting at 6.7 per cent, down from 7.6 per cent from last year. Nationally Statistics Canada says the unemployment rate crept up a tenth of a percentage point to 7.2 per cent, with more people entering the job market.

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INTERVAL HOUSE FUNDRAISER SATURDAY
2/8/2016 9:26:46 AM
All you need is Love...and Laughter is coming up. Sue Weir, executive director for interval house says going to be a great night: She says this event benefits both the organization and those who making a donation: The event is February 13th at the SPC and starts at 6.

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WINTER CHILL AND FAMILY DAY A WEEK AWAY
2/8/2016 9:23:10 AM
The Town of Greater Napanee and Century 21 have teamed up to combine the Winter Chill Festival with Family Day for one big day of family fun.

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PORTION OF BAGOT REOPENS IN PRINCESS STREET BIG DIG
2/8/2016 9:16:00 AM
Getting around downtown Kingston takes a bit of strategic planning these days. Bagot Street is now open to northbound traffic between Brock and Princess and motorists may turn right onto Princess from Bagot. Not the case for through traffic on Bagot between Queen and Princess.

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PROVINCIAL FUNDING DECREASE FOR GREATER NAPANEE
2/5/2016 8:29:56 AM
Greater Napanee will see a reduction of nearly $146,000 in the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund. The municipality will get nearly 1.6 million dollars from Queens Park instead of about 1.8. The reduction in the funding corresponds with a gradual up-loading of some services back to the province.

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STILL TIME TO REGISTER FOR CHILI CHALLENGE
2/5/2016 8:27:54 AM
You can still register for the Winter Chill Chili Challenge. Megan Smith with the Town of Greater Napanee has the details: Contact Bethany Lessard for all the info: The winner is based upon the chili that has the most votes from the public. The winner will get $200.

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CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES TO PROTECT BLOOD SUPPLY FROM ZIKA VIRUS
2/5/2016 8:23:40 AM
Canada is moving to protect its blood supply from the threatening Zika virus. As of today (Feb. 5) people who have travelled outside of Canada, the continental U-S and Europe will be ineligible to give blood for 21 days after their return. Dr.

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JUKE BOX TRIVIA RETURNS TO NAPANEE
2/5/2016 8:18:27 AM
Juke Box Trivia returns to Napanee next month. Organizer Lisa Bird says it's a lot of fun: She says you can also dress up for more points during the game: You can register by emailing redcowsocietyinfo@gmail.com. All proceeds from the March 5th event go to the Canadian Cancer society.

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