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NO INJURIES IN ROOFTOP FIRE IN CAMPBELLFORD
11/22/2017 5:55:14 AM
Northumberland OPP responded to report of a man threatening to jump from the roof of a downtown Campbellford business on Monday evening. The business was evacuated as a precaution when the 39-year-old man reportedly set fire to the personal belongings he had brought up with him.

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ANTI-BULLYING WEEK UNDERWAY LOCALLY
11/22/2017 5:46:53 AM
Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week is underway in Ontario until Saturday. The focus of the week-long initiative is to remind youth and parents of the dangers of bullying and to learn about its effect of student learning and well-being.

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LHIN EXPLORING DIALYSIS IN TRENTON
11/22/2017 5:36:56 AM
Healthcare officials are exploring new dialysis services at TMH, following advocacy by a local group. Our TMH's nearly 20,000 members have been pushing to bring the service to Trenton for months - in addition to a veterans' centre, health hub and doctor recruitment.

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RE/MAX RECOGNIZED FOR LOCAL PHILANTHROPY
11/21/2017 11:32:14 AM
It was a night to honour those who go above and beyond to support the causes they care about. The National Philanthropy Day Awards took place last Thursday.

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MCMURRAY APPOINTED DEPUTY MAYOR NEXT TERM
11/21/2017 11:24:05 AM
Brighton will have a new deputy mayor come Dec. 1. Councillor Roger McMurray was appointed to the role at last night's council meeting. McMurray respectfully declined his nomination the first time, citing vision problems as the reason why he wouldn't let his name stand.

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LIBRARY UPGRADES APPROVED AT COUNCIL
11/21/2017 11:14:59 AM
Renovations to Brighton's library are going ahead, despite being nearly $100,000 over budget. Council awarded the $1,095,000 contract for upgrades at 35 Alice Street to Jeffrey G. Wallans Construction last night, plus $65,000 for engineering inspection costs by independent consultants.

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BELLEVILLE CUTS RIBBON ON DOWNTOWN CONSTRUCTION
11/21/2017 11:06:09 AM
A ribbon cutting has been held in downtown Belleville. It was to celebrate the completion of phase 3A of the city centre revitalization and re-development project and the re-opening of Bridge Street East.

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CLASSES SET TO RESUME AT LOYALIST TODAY
11/21/2017 5:32:45 AM
Loyalist students are heading back to school today, following a five-week strike that put 500,000 Ontario students out of class. The government tabled back-to-work legislation Sunday afternoon, sending 12,000 faculty back to class at Ontario's 24 public colleges. In a memo to students, Sr.

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VAPING PROTEST OPPOSES BILL 174
11/20/2017 9:25:02 AM
A protest was held at Northumberland-Quinte West MPP Lou Rinaldi's office in opposition of Bill 174 on Friday. The protest was to express the immediate concern that Bill 174 Schedule 3 will have on the vaping population in his riding.

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EARLY YEARS PROGRAM TO BE CONSOLIDATED IN COBOURG
11/20/2017 9:16:51 AM
The Northumberland YMCA will no longer offer the Ontario Early Years program as of the end of December. The new Ontario Early Years Child and Family Centre for Cobourg will be located at St. Joseph's school. There will also be a second location.

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