OPEN HOUSE SHOWS OFF INITIAL TOWN HALL CONCEPT DESIGNS
6/24/2016 6:06:25 AM
A public open house was held on Wednesday night to show off two different ideas for the addition to Town Hall. Dan Wojcik was one of the presenters from +VG Architects at the Emergency Services Building to answer any questions people may have had about the initial designs.

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FESTIVAL OF SMALL HALLS BIGGEST YET
6/24/2016 6:02:02 AM
The Festival of Small Halls is returning to Gananoque and the surrounding area. The festival, which is in it's third year, has exceeded Mark Monahan's expectations. The Festival began three years ago with just two venues; Perth and Gananoque, and are up to 24 venues this year.

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MINOR DROUGHT DECLARATION CONTINUES
6/24/2016 5:58:33 AM
Minimal rainfall has caused the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority Water Response Team to keep the minor drought condition declaration in place. They say total rainfall in June has been close to normal, but the effects of a dry April and May are still being felt across the region.

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POLICE MAKE ARRESTS IN SEPARATE ASSAULT INCIDENTS
6/24/2016 5:56:55 AM
A 40 year-old man from Gananoque is facing assault charges following an incident last month. Police received a complaint May 24th and the man was arrested on Monday following an investigation. The man was released on a promise to appear. Police also arrested a 17 year-old on Monday for assault.

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COLLINS BAY INSTITUTION LOCKED DOWN AFTER INMATE ASSAULTS
6/24/2016 5:55:08 AM
Collins Bay Institution has been in lockdown since Wednesday night following the assault of two inmates. Correctional Service staff are conducting a search and the OPP Joint Forces Penitentiary Squad are aiding in the investigation.

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BROCKVILLE POLICE MAKE ARREST IN ARMED ROBBERY CASE
6/24/2016 5:53:13 AM
A Brockville man is in custody following a robbery that happened in January. Brockville Police say the lone male, armed with a knife, held up the Petro Gas station on Stewart Blvd. in Brockville. DNA evidence collected at the time of the event lead police to arrest the 29 year-old man.

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MAKING JOEL STONE BEACH ACCESSIBLE A LIONS CLUB VISION
6/23/2016 6:01:31 AM
You could feel the excitement in the air as Dr. Brain Tunnicliffe explained his vision for Gananoque and Joel Stone Beach. He and the Lions Club want to install a wheelchair accessible ramp from Joel Stone Beach into the St. Lawrence River.

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BAD TIMING ENDS PLAYHOUSE FUNDING REQUEST
6/23/2016 5:58:03 AM
It's just not a good time according to Gananoque Council. Richard Van Dusen and Ashlie Corcoran appeared in front of council on Tuesday night to make a funding request for renovations to the Springer Theatre.

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AVERAGE SUMMER AHEAD SAYS ENVIRONMENT CANADA
6/23/2016 5:54:32 AM
Good news for those who can?t stand the extreme heat, Environment Canada is predicting a pretty average summer. Warning Preparedness Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says current models are indicating that July and August will be normal but there could be some heat waves and some cooler days.

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MAN FACING THEFT CHARGES AFTER STEALING FROM CHARITY
6/23/2016 5:51:52 AM
A 48 year-old man is facing theft charges after a complaint. Gananoque Police arrested the local man after a theft complaint from a charitable organization here in town.

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