SUZIE PUSH TO BE PROTECTED FROM WINTER WEATHER
12/9/2016 6:49:06 AM
To prevent further deterioration, the Suzie Push is going to be protected from the harsh winter climate. Council approved the historic train engine be shrink wrapped to prevent further deterioration.

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KINGSTON POLICE INVESTIGATING HIT AND RUN
12/9/2016 6:46:38 AM
A woman suffered life-threatening injuries following a hit and run in the city last night. Kingston Police say around 7:20, a 41 year-old was struck by an SUV in the area of Princess Street and Midland Ave.

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WOLFE ISLAND WOMAN FACING MULTIPLE CHARGES SAY OPP
12/9/2016 6:44:51 AM
A 36 year-old woman from Wolfe Island is facing multiple charges say Leeds OPP. Officers conducted a traffic stop on Tuesday night around 9:45 p.m. The woman is facing charges in relation to licensing, insurance and a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act charge.

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TLTI MAYOR SAYS CLOSING LIBRARY WASN'T EASY DECISION
12/9/2016 6:43:13 AM
After years of debate, the Township Library Board made the move to close the Escott Library. TLTI Mayor Joe Baptista says this wasn't an easy decision to make.

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INMATE AT MILLHAVEN INSTITUTION DIES IN CUSTODY
12/9/2016 6:39:42 AM
A 72 year-old inmate at Millhaven Institution died in custody on Monday. A press release issued by Assistant Warden Vicki Willis says Bryen Madill was pronounced dead Monday morning.

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FARM CREDIT CANADA HELPING YOUNG FARMERS
12/9/2016 6:37:41 AM
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is increasing its support for young farmers. Director of Pricing and Products Lindsay Folk says they'll be doubling the amount of credit available under the FCC Young Farmer Loan. She says FCC has also lowered its minimum down payment.

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ESCOTT LIBRARY CLOSING DOORS AT THE END OF THE MONTH
12/8/2016 7:02:30 AM
After years of debate, the proverbial ax has fallen. The Township Library Board made the move to close the Escott Library. The board told council on Monday night they believed public funds could be better used at the Lansdowne Library.

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COUNCIL AND STAFF BEGIN 2017 BUDGET DISCUSSIONS
12/8/2016 7:00:43 AM
Thursday and Friday will a long two days of budget discussions and deliberations. Gananoque senior management and town council will gather over the next two days to hash out the 2017 budget. Mayor Erika Demchuk says town managers have been tasked with the same increase they were given last year.

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AGRICULTURE SUMMIT HOPING TO MAKE SECTOR STRONGER IN TLTI
12/8/2016 6:58:05 AM
The first Agricultural Summit in the Township of Leeds and Thousand islands is Friday. George Horton says some of the guest speakers are very well known for their work in the agriculture field.

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RED CROSS WANTS YOU TO CONSIDER CHARITABLE GIFTS
12/8/2016 6:55:25 AM
We all have those people on our lists that are just impossible to buy for at Christmas time, so the Red Cross has an idea to ensure everyone gets crossed off your shopping list.

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