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GOLF CLASSIC TO FUNDRAISE FOR CT SCANNER
8/17/2018 6:11:10 AM
TMHF is celebrating local healthcare at today's annual golf classic. This year's tournament goes at the newly-renovated Oak Hills Golf Course in Stirling, supporting the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation's #CareForTomorrow Campaign.

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QUINTE MUSIC COMMUNITY REMEMBERING ARETHA FRANKLIN
8/17/2018 4:57:58 AM
Music fans around the world are mourning the loss of the Queen of Soul. Aretha Franklin died yesterday morning at the age of 76 after battling pancreatic cancer.

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UW, COUNTY PARTNERING FOR NEW SERVICE
8/17/2018 4:57:03 AM
It's easier than ever to get the services you need in Northumberland County. The county has partnered with United Way to ensure the service 2-1-1 is available for residents.

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ROAD RE-OPENS AFTER BELLEVILLE GAS LEAK
8/17/2018 4:57:03 AM
A gas leak has local authorities investigating. The incident occured in Belleville at College Street East, between Prince of Whales Drive and Moira Street East. When the incident happened, police closed the street and asked residents to avoid the area.

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UW BACKPACK PROGRAM HELPS LOCAL STUDENTS
8/17/2018 4:53:54 AM
What a great success during today's Backpacks for Kids Program at the Cobourg Lions Community Centre with over 1,300 packed yesterday.

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LOCAL TEACHER RECOGNIZED FOR NEW BOOK
8/16/2018 6:20:20 AM
A local teacher is trying to turn the page on representation of Candadian females in literature. Her efforts have been recognized by the Elementary Teacher's Federation of Ontario.

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NEW DONATION TO SUPPORT LOCAL FOOD PROGRAMS
8/16/2018 6:19:31 AM
Northumberland Food For Thought has received a generous donation of $1,000. RBC Dominion Securities in Cobourg credit a 17-year-old lawn bowler, Baylee van Steijn, for inspiring them to donate to NFFT.

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BUSY WEEKEND AHEAD AT BRIGHTON SPEEDWAY
8/16/2018 6:17:20 AM
The Action Sprint Tour, powered by RaceRivalz.com, is back in action with its first ever trip to Brighton this weekend, for Pinty?s Delicious Foods and Sticker Revival night.

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HOSPITAL, POLICE TO HOLD MOCK EXERCISE TODAY
8/16/2018 6:16:27 AM
There will be a mock hospital/Cobourg Police Service emergency training exercise taking place today. Northumberland Hills Hospital and Cobourg Police Services mock emergency training exercise will begin at 1 pm at the hospital.

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EIGHT INJURED IN SIX VEHICLE CRASH IN BELLEVILLE
8/16/2018 5:26:12 AM
Police are looking for witnesses to come forward, in a six vehicle crash in east-end Belleville. Paramedics, firefighters and Belleville and Tyendinaga police were called to Old Highway 2, just west of Burns Drive yesterday at around 6 p.m.

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WEST NILE CASE CONFIRMED IN LINDSAY
8/15/2018 8:40:36 AM
As the summer moves on, more and more bugs seem to be crawling out of the woodwork. Mosquitoes are a common pest during the summer, which is why the Health Unit keeps track of area mosquito breeding areas and tests for west nile virus.

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BELLEVILLE SENATORS WELCOME NEW COACHING STAFF
8/15/2018 7:41:19 AM
Ryan Murphy joined the Belleville Senators team last Tuesday, when he was officially named the new assistant coach.

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FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT AT BRIGHTON SPEEDWAY
8/15/2018 7:39:21 AM
A full grandstand with over 60 cars for the final fan appreciation night of 2018 for Brighton Speedway. Fans had the opportunity to meet drivers track side at intermission for autographs and pictures on Saturday night.

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FUNDING TO INCREASE ACCESSIBILITY AT NORWOOD LIBRARY
8/15/2018 7:36:58 AM
Close to $30,000 is on its way to Norwood Public Library to improve accessibility for Canadians with disabilities.

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FLEMING GETS FUNDING FOR NEW STUDENT PROGRAMS
8/14/2018 8:39:33 AM
Fleming College is recieving funds to put towards bettering their experiental learning opportunities for students. They are getting $350,000 from the provincial government's Career Kick-Start Strategy.

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BUSY MONTH FOR BUILDING IN BRIGHTON
8/14/2018 8:35:45 AM
Twenty-two units are getting improvements in the Municipality of Brighton. There were 22 permits filed and issued in the month of July and the projects are anywhere from a new deck to an above ground pool.

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COLIN JAMES TO HEADLINE BRIGHTON APPLEFEST
8/14/2018 8:34:55 AM
Canadian rock and blues act, Colin James and his band will be rocking the stage Friday night at Applefest.

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TMHF GOLF TO SUPPORT #CAREFORTOMORROW CAMPAIGN
8/14/2018 5:10:28 AM
TMHF is looking ahead to a fun day on the golf course this Friday, supporting local healthcare. The Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation's annual golf classic goes Aug. 17 at the newly-renovated Oak Hills Golf Club in Stirling.

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BUSY SEASON AHEAD FOR TRENTON GOLDEN HAWKS
8/13/2018 8:19:14 AM
The Golden Hawks are gearing-up for a busy season ahead - including hosting three exhibition games this month. Training camp runs Aug. 20 to Sept. 4 - Trenton's homeopener goes Sept. 14, verses Whitby.

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ALL QUINTE BEACHES SAFE FOR SWIMMING
8/13/2018 5:35:42 AM
Our health unit says all local beaches are safe for swimming. Hastings Prince Edward Public Health's latest beach report shows no warnings, due to E.coli bacteria. Weekly testing is done, with signs posted if levels exceed provincial standards.

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QUINTE RIBFEST WEEKEND A SUCCESS IN TRENTON
8/13/2018 5:14:51 AM
Quinte Ribfest brought a crowd of 35,000 to Trenton over this past weekend, all in support of youth mentorship programs.

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MOST BEACHES SAFE FOR SWIMMING IN NORTHUMBERLAND
8/10/2018 10:23:14 AM
With temperatures pushing into the late twenties today it's a great time to head to your local beach and enjoy a beautiful day. Our local health unit strives to alert swimmers when conditions are not suitable for swimming.

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