INCREASE IN HOMECOMING CHARGES
10/17/2017 8:52:52 AM
Despite laying more charges than in the past two years, Kingston Police say Queen's Homecoming weekend was an overall safe environment. A total of 330 tickets or charges were laid over the two day period. It was also a record year for the ER at KGH.

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HEALTH EQUITY OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY
10/17/2017 8:44:32 AM
Health equity is the theme for this year's Community Health and Wellbeing Week and Brittany Cuto with the Napanee Area Community Health Centre says they have something special planned.

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LOCAL STUDENTS REACT TO COLLEGE STRIKE
10/17/2017 8:17:45 AM
Another day of cancelled college classes for students in Ontario. myFM reached out to area students to see how they feel about this unexpected time off: More than 12,000 Ontario College faculty are on strike across the Province.

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FLASHER SURRENDERS
10/17/2017 7:57:05 AM
A man who exposed himself to the same woman twice last month has turned himself in. The woman was able to snap a photo of the accused and it was released to the public via Kingston police.

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CAR HOPPING IN THE COUNTY
10/17/2017 7:49:28 AM
Police in Prince Edward County are warning residents to lock their vehicles. Over the last few days suspects have been car hopping, walking by vehicles and pulling on the door handles. When they find an unlocked vehicle they rummage through looking for cash and other valuables.

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HEALTH UNIT ENCOURAGES YOUNG DRIVERS TO #GETHOMESAFE
10/17/2017 7:40:52 AM
Hastings Prince Edward Public Health and Parachute are teaming up and encouraging teen drivers to #GetHomeSafe. In Hastings and Prince Edward Counties 15 to 24-year-olds have the highest rate of injury, hospitalization and death because of a motor vehicle crash.

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COLLEGES IN LEGAL STRIKE POSITION
10/16/2017 8:36:45 AM
There's no class today for St. Lawrence and Loyalist College Students. More than 12,000 Ontario college faculty are on the picket lines across the province this morning.

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BOAT SINKS IN PEC
10/16/2017 8:29:09 AM
It could have been a lot worse for two men in Prince Edward County. Sunday morning around 2:30 a man in distress went to a home on Stinson Block Road. He and a friend had been boating on Lake Ontario when their fibreglass boat sank about 2 miles off shore. Both men were wearing life jackets.

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SECOND BARN FIRE IN PEC IN ONE WEEK
10/16/2017 8:13:59 AM
OPP in Prince Edward County are investigating a second barn fire. Saturday just after midnight officers were called to a barn fire on County Road 13 in North Marysburgh. The barn was fully engulfed in fire but firefighters were able to contain the blaze.

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LOTS OF SMILES FOR PECMH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
10/16/2017 8:06:27 AM
Tim Hortons in Picton and Wellington have given the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation something to smile about. During the Smile Cookie campaign the restaurants raised $4,549 for the Hospital Foundation over their week of fundraising.

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UNITED WAY NEARS HALFWAY POINT
10/16/2017 7:58:48 AM
United Way KFL&A has a month and a half to raise $2,004,902. As of Friday (Oct. 13) the organization had raised 42% of it's $3,501,000 goal. The campaign ends on November 30th. Check out their website for photos from past events and a list on upcoming ones.

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POWER OUTAGES ACROSS THE REGION
10/16/2017 7:49:36 AM
Hydro One crews are working to restore power across the region. The wind knocked out power in parts of Greater Napanee, Deseronto, Picton and Loyalist Township.

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BUSINESS AWARDS EVENT NEXT WEEK
10/13/2017 7:23:58 AM
The Greater Napanee business awards will be presented next week. Kathy Medd says the ceremony is open to all: She adds the winners have already been selected: The event is Thursday October 19th at the Napanee Lions Hall. Tickets are available the the BIA or Napanee Chamber.

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HARRY'S STORY BEING LAUNCHED THIS MONTH
10/13/2017 7:14:49 AM
A new documentary is being focused on Flinton Ontario resident Harry Andringa. The film will focus on Andringa's experiences during World War II. When Harry was just 9 years old, the Nazis invaded the Netherlands.

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MENTAL HEALTH DROP IN PROGRAM COMING FOR SEARS EMPLOYEES
10/13/2017 7:06:36 AM
While those on the outside look in shock as Sears Canada prepares to close their stores, those on the inside are filled with emotions.

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PROJECT FUNDING PUSHES PEC PROJECT FORWARD
10/13/2017 6:58:27 AM
Some Government funding has pushed a water/wastewater project forward in Prince Edward County. The application for the Clean Water & Wastewater Fund had been submitted last fall for the Picton Heights watermain to reservoir new construction program on Church Street.

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100 WOMEN WHO CARE KINGSTON MAKE QUARTERLY DONATION TO ALZHEIMERS SOCIETY OF KFL&A
10/13/2017 6:51:01 AM
The Alzheimer Society of KFL&A is benefiting from the 100+Women Who Care Kingston chapter. The group, which consists of about 400 members, celebrated their 5th anniversary and were able to present over $20,000 dollars to the Alzheimers Society.

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CHARGES LAID FOLLOWING BELLEVILLE ASSAULT
10/13/2017 6:43:07 AM
A 32 year old Mississauga woman is facing charges following an assault in Belleville. The accused and victim, known to each other, were walking in the area of North Front Street and Bell Boulevard. A verbal argument escalated to the point the accused stabbed the victim in the upper chest.

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SURVEY SAYS: WE WANT A POOL!
10/12/2017 7:21:03 AM
Greater Napanee Seniors have spoken and they want a pool.

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4TH ANNUAL AUTHOR GALA THIS MONTH
10/12/2017 7:10:50 AM
The 4th Annual Library Author Gala is just around the corner. Residents and visitors are encouraged to join the County of Lennox & Addington Libraries on October 28th as they celebrate the culmination of the One Book, One L&A program for 2017.

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PEC RESIDENTS RALLYING AGAINST WIND TURBINE PROJECT
10/12/2017 7:01:16 AM
Prince Edward County residents are rallying together to stop a controversial project from following through. Canada's White Pines Wind Project involves erecting nine 500ft.

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PEN TOUR REVENUES BENEFITING UNITED WAY
10/12/2017 6:53:53 AM
The first year of the Kingston Penitentiary tours saw the KFL&A United Way receive approximately $300-thousand dollars. This year that number has grown exponentially. Staff expect over $3-million dollars in revenues this season when the tours finish at the end of the month.

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BE BREAST AWARE FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
10/12/2017 6:45:26 AM
October is breast cancer awareness month. 1 in 8 Women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime and we need to talk about it.

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HYDRO RATES IN THE SPOTLIGHT AS POLITICIANS GEAR UP FOR PROVINCIAL ELECTION
10/12/2017 6:34:52 AM
Hydro rates are a problem in Lennox and Addington County and all of Ontario for that matter. MPP Randy Hillier has taken up arms many times about the on slot of complaints he hears from residents who can't afford to keep the power on. Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown addresses this very concern.

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TOWN LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE FRIDAY
10/11/2017 7:54:17 AM
The Town of Greater Napanee is launching their new website Friday. The re-vamped website will have a new look and feel, offering more visual aspects and an improved user-friendly layout, allowing visitors to easily navigate throughout the site.

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BUSY LONG WEEKEND FOR NAPANEE OPP
10/11/2017 7:46:40 AM
It was a busy weekend on Ontario roadways according to the OPP. Results of Operation Impact from our local detachment have been released. Officers issued 529 tickets, 500 of those in connection with Speeding, Distracted Driving, Seat Belts and other Moving Violations.

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NAPANEE MAN CHARGED FOLLOWING BREAK IN
10/11/2017 7:39:14 AM
A 20 year old Napanee man has been charged following a break and enter. Last Friday a woman left her home to take her children to school. When she returned she discovered shoes that did not belong to her family in her home and called police.

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GLENORA FERRY NOW RUNNING ON WINTER SCHEDULE
10/11/2017 7:31:33 AM
The Glenora Ferry is now running on its winter schedule. The Ferry runs every 30 minutes from 6am to 1:15am daily. This schedule remains in effect until Victoria Day long weekend.

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FAMILY AND CHILDRENS SERVICE HOSTING FOSTER PARENT OPEN HOUSE
10/11/2017 7:21:31 AM
Family and Childrens services of Frontenac Lennox and Addington is holding a Foster Open House on October 18th.

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BARN DESTROYED IN SUSPICIOUS BLAZE
10/11/2017 7:10:02 AM
Prince Edward County OPP are investigating a barn fire they have deemed suspicious. On Sunday just after 2am officers were called to the barn fire on County Road 49. The PEC Fire department kept the fire under control and stopped it from spreading, but the barn was completely destroyed.

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