MCHAPPY DAY NEXT WEEK
4/28/2017 12:46:43 PM
Napanee McDonalds is gearing up for McHappy day! This year they're collecting money to support local schools: That was Jess, a member of the McDonalds Napanee team.

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GOLF FORE THE CURE SLATED FOR MAY 31ST
4/28/2017 12:35:44 PM
Get a group together and head to Loyalist golf and country club May 31st for Golf Fore the Cure. Elaine Jackson goes over this years goal: Registration cost includes lots of bonuses: Register online at www.loyalistcc.com or golfforethecure.waypointgolf.com or call 613-352-5152 X 212.

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NUDE MAN ARRESTED AFTER EVEDING POLICE OVERNIGHT
4/28/2017 12:15:41 PM
A 26 year old man has been arrested and charged after spending the night running around naked in the woods. Police say he's been charged with being nude in a public place, and three counts of breaching probation.

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SERIOUS CRASH ON 401 NEAR ODESSA
4/28/2017 12:05:22 PM
The Westbound 401 near Odessa is backed up due to a serious motor vehicle collision. Initial reports say 2-3 vehicles are involved and 3 people are injured. No report yet on the severity of their injuries.

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NEW CHAIR FOR 2017 UNITED WAY KFL&A CAMPAIGN
4/28/2017 10:02:36 AM
This years United Way annual campaign will have a new chair. Long time volunteer Pat Murphy takes the reins for 2017.

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HOT SAVINGS FOR COUNTY ON HOT MIX PAVING CONTRACT
4/28/2017 9:53:27 AM
A big savings for the County of Lennox and Addington on its hot mix paving contract. The tender price for the County's share of the approved bid is $136,000 lower than budgeted for in 2017.

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CEMETERY VANDALIZED IN TYENDINAGA
4/28/2017 9:46:05 AM
Police are investigating a heartless case of vandalism at a cemetery on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. About 10 grave stones were recently knocked down and damaged at the Christ Church cemetery.

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LAKE ONTARIO LEVELS CAUSE FOR CONCERN FOR SHORELINE RESIDENTS
4/28/2017 9:38:44 AM
The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority has issued a Flood Outlook Statement for the Lake Ontario shoreline. The water levels on Lake Ontario are currently well above average for this time of year.

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WARRANT OUT FOR FEDERAL INMATE KNOWN TO FREQUENT KINGSTON AREA
4/28/2017 8:58:23 AM
The ROPE squad has issued a Canada Wide warrant for a federal inmate. Elliott Sullivan is 36-years-old, 5'6", 125 lbs, slim build, hazel eyes, short brown hair and has several tattoos including a spider on his left hand, a cross on his left forearm and barbed wire on his right wrist.

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POLICE CONFIRM NO BOMB FOUND AT 279 WELLINGTON STREET
4/27/2017 12:47:10 PM
Kingston Police have finished their search of 279 Wellington Street, the Criminal court house in Kingston. An hour ago a bomb threat had been called in and officers evacuated the building and cleared the area. Canine units were called in and officers confirmed the threat was in the cafeteria.

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BOMB THREAT IN KINGSTON
4/27/2017 12:06:15 PM
Kingston police have evacuated 279 Wellington Street, the criminal court house, due to a bomb threat. People are being asked to avoid the area until further notice. Reports say canine units have been brought in and police confirm the threat is in the cafeteria.

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NEW YOUTH SHELTER IN KINGSTON
4/27/2017 11:57:12 AM
The Kingston Youth Shelter recently opened a new transitional home for homeless youth in Kingston.

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR 9TH ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE
4/27/2017 11:46:41 AM
There's a huge need for volunteers for the Salvation army food drive. The event takes place May 9th from 5:30-7:30 and teams will be collecting food or monetary donations.

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BELLEVILLE WOMAN CHARGED AFTER VIOLENT ASSAULT
4/27/2017 11:37:29 AM
A 26-year-old Belleville woman is facing numerous charges say Kingston police after a violent robbery and assault. Police say she attacked the victim in the parking lot of a shop on Princess Street; allegedly punching, kicking and at one point using a razor blade.

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LAKE ONTARIO APPROACHING 1 IN 100 YEARS LEVELS
4/27/2017 8:35:40 AM
Quinte Conservation is warning shoreline residents to keep an eye on their property. High water levels in Lake Ontario and the Bay of Quinte have QC issuing a Flood Outlook Statement for the Picton, Belleville and Trenton area.

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STUDENTS UNDERTAKE VISUAL HISTORY ART PROJECT WITH HELP FROM LIMESTONE LEARNING FOUNDATION
4/27/2017 8:26:54 AM
Napanee District Secondary school was given $2,700 dollars from the Limestone learning foundation for their project: That was Jane Douglas.

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VISITOR COULD FACE CRIMINAL CHARGES FOR SMUGGLING CONTRABAND INTO COLLINS BAY
4/27/2017 8:17:42 AM
Staff members at Collins Bay institution stopped a large amount of contraband from entering the prison on Tuesday (April 25). Assistant Warden Wayne Buller says staff stopped confiscated multiple packages that included tobacco and marijuana from a visitor entering the facility.

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HEALTLH CENTRE LOOKS TO COUNCIL TO FOOT THE BILL FOR SHARPS DISPOSAL BIN
4/27/2017 7:58:04 AM
It's in the interest of public safety that representatives from the Napanee Area Community Health Centre are asking the Town of Greater Napanee to cover the cost of an outdoor sharps disposal bin. While the Dundas Street location accepts used needles and sharps, it's only during operating hours.

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NAPANEE OPP RELEASE PHOTO OF SUSPECTED CAR THIEF
4/26/2017 8:00:56 PM
Imagine going to get into your vehicle after a long days work...and it's not there. That's what happened to one man recently when he ended his shift at a worksite on Commercial Court in Napanee.

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PROTECT YOURSELF FROM TICKS WHILE ENJOYING SPRING WEATHER
4/26/2017 1:13:04 PM
While you're out and about enjoying the spring weather be mindful of ticks in the grass you may be walking on. myFM spoke with Natalie Lalonde, a Public health nurse with KFL&A Public Health.

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COUNTY HOSPITAL RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE NOW
4/26/2017 1:02:29 PM
The Lennox and Addington County General Hospital foundation is holding a raffle to raise money. Cathy Whalen, administrative assistant at the hospital says there are some great prizes up for grabs: She goes over ticket info: The money goes towards purchasing medical equipment for the hospital.

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34 YEAR OLD MAN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING HIS EX
4/26/2017 12:53:23 PM
A 34-year-old Kingston man was arrested after allegedly attacking his ex. Police say he went to her home, refused to leave and during an altercation he pulled her to the ground by her hair.

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KINGSTON POLICE ARREST 2 TEENS INVOLVED IN HOME INVASION
4/26/2017 12:45:55 PM
Detectives with Kingston Police have determined a home invasion last week was not a random incident and have arrested two people. According to police, on April 17th around 3:15 in the morning, two people forced their way into a Princess Street home.

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TAX RATES APPROVED AHEAD OF BUDGET PASSING
4/26/2017 9:40:32 AM
After five months of monthly budget talks, it looks like the Town of Greater Napanee has just under $25 million to work with in 2017. Almost 18.6 million dollars of that will go into the operating budget with the remaining 6.1 million earmarked for the capital budget.

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DEWAGNER DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES
4/26/2017 9:33:13 AM
A cause of death has been confirmed for Maria "Tiny" DeWagner. Her obituary in the Kingston Whig Standars says she died of a heart attack. Her body was discovered on her property in Loyalist Township a week after she was reported missing.

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OSPCA RECOGNIZES VOLUNTEERS FOR VOLUNTEER WEEK
4/26/2017 9:25:01 AM
It's volunteer week and the Lennox and Addington branch of the OSPCA is taking this opportunity to thank their volunteers: That was Mags Mclarty. She says that although they have lots of volunteers, they always need more at the shelter. Visit their website to apply to be a volunteer.

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POLICE FIND FAULT WITH EVERY CHILD CAR SEAT CHECKED DURING RECENT BLITZ
4/26/2017 9:16:33 AM
One of the most important roadside stops a parent can go through. Over a two hour period yesterday morning Kingston Police checked 72 car seats with every single one of them needing corrections or adjusting.

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LOCKDOWNS END AT COLLINS BAY
4/26/2017 8:55:36 AM
Visits and Normal Operations have resumed at Collins Bay institution. Two lockdowns were put in place last week. For both circumstances staff found a number of unauthorized items.

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SALVATION ARMY HOLDING E-WASTE DROP OFF
4/25/2017 1:46:32 PM
The Salvation Army is holding an electronics drop off this week, which is also a fundraiser. Dana Henry goes over where proceeds go: Electronics can be dropped off between 9am and 3pm through the week and between 10 and 2 Saturday at their family services office, 135 mill street.

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CONSTRUCTION BEGINS AT ROTARY PARK
4/25/2017 1:35:59 PM
The ground breaking ceremony at Rotary Park took place this morning.

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ASSAULT CHARGES FOR 75 YEAR OLD WOMAN
4/25/2017 1:26:50 PM
A 75-year-old Kingston woman has been arrested for assault after police say they uncovered a 15 year domestic abuse case. The accused and victim were in their west end home when she allegedly hit and scratched the victim after becoming angry over a relationship matter.

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MORE TIME BEHIND BARS FOR ESCAPED INMATE
4/25/2017 10:00:44 AM
The inmate who went on the lam for four days in January will spend another two years in prison as punishment. On January 22nd David R. Maracle escaped from the Henry Traill Community Correctional Centre in Kingston.

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LOCKDOWN AT COLLINS BAY AFTER FIGHT BREAKS OUT
4/25/2017 9:53:07 AM
Correctional Service Canada says no staff members were injured during a physical altercation at Collins Bay Institution. Thursday night several inmates got into a brawl in the maximum security unit. One inmate was injured and sent to an outside hospital for treatment.

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GRANT HELPS NEWBURGH PUBLIC SCHOOL FORM NEW CLUB
4/25/2017 8:48:11 AM
Thanks to a Limestone Learning Foundation Grant, a new youth ukulele club is coming to Newburgh Public School.

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COUNTY'S BUILDING OFFICIAL BLOCKS OFF SIDEWALK OVER SAFETY CONCERNS
4/25/2017 8:39:42 AM
Pedestrians in downtown Picton will have to cross the street when passing the Royal Hotel. The County is blocking the sidewalk in front of the building on Main Street until the building's foundation is stabilized.

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CONSERVATION AUTHORITY LIFTS FLOOD WATCH
4/25/2017 8:10:10 AM
The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority has ended their Flood Watch statement and is moving back to a Watershed Conditions- Water Safety statement. While lake levels across the CRCA are still on the high end of normal they are within usual ranges for this time of year.

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OLG MAKES FOURTH QUARTER PAYMENT TO CITY
4/25/2017 8:02:46 AM
Nearly $576,000 for the City of Belleville from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. The fourth-quarter non-tax gaming revenue payment of $575,749 is part of the hosting agreement between the City and Shorelines Casino Belleville.

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COUNCIL NIGHT IN GREATER NAPANEE
4/25/2017 7:55:13 AM
It's council night in Greater Napanee. Tonight's meeting will start with a deputation from representatives from the Napanee Area Community Health Centre and Street Health asking for council's support in purchasing a sharps needle disposal kiosk.

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MORE FINES FOR RETIREMENT HOME OPERATOR
4/25/2017 7:46:45 AM
Another $11,000 fine for the director of the Bel Marine Retirement Residence in Belleville. The sole operator, a man from Mississauga was first ordered to pay almost $11,000 in unpaid wages, vacation and holiday pay in July 2014 after an employee filed a complaint with the Ministry of Labour.

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MARINE DEATHS REACH THREE YEAR HIGH
4/24/2017 8:06:06 AM
The report on 2016 fatalities has been released by the OPP. One of the many shocking numbers was that marine deaths are the highest they've been in a few years. Sergeant Kerry Schmidt says the majority of these deaths were preventable.

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CONSTRUCTION VALUES TOP 3.1 MILLION IN GREATER NAPANEE
4/24/2017 7:57:55 AM
An update on a number of construction projects in Greater Napanee. The municipality has granted occupancy to the Acquired Brain Injury Clinic. The building application for an automotive service station with retail space and service bays is currently under review for 80 Dundas Street East.

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THREE L&A SCHOOLS RECEIVE LIMESTONE LEARNING FOUNDATION GRANTS
4/24/2017 7:49:47 AM
Ten area schools are on the receiving end of the spring round of Limestone Learning Foundation grants.

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VENDOR SPACE AVAILABLE FOR HOMETOWN MARKET
4/24/2017 7:40:46 AM
Greater Napanee's Hometown Market kicks off for another season in a few weeks. Lyndsay Tee with the Town of Greater Napanee says there's still time for interested vendors to sign on for the bi-weekly market: The first market is May 13th rain or shine in Market Square.

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GOOD NEWS FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS
4/24/2017 7:31:03 AM
Music to everyone's ears...hydro rates are going down. The Ontario Energy Board announced that households and small businesses that buy their electricity from their local utility will see prices drop starting May 1st. This will benefit more than 90% of the electricity customers in Ontario.

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150 TREES FOR 150 YEARS
4/24/2017 7:20:40 AM
To mark Canada's 150th anniversary, the City of Kingston is going to plant 150 trees this year. The trees will be designated "Sesquicentennial Trees". A special tree planting will take place May 6th, at Trillium Ridge Park where 15 red maples will be planted.

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