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CAR SHOW SUPPORTS HEALTHCARE AND ANIMAL RESCUE
6/24/2017 2:10:55 PM
A new classic car show is bringing together a love of animals and healthcare. The Bay of Quinte Classic Cruisers is hosting their first annual Auto Odyssey Car Show at Centennial Park in Trenton today until 3 p.m.

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RIBFEST COMES TO TRENTON FOR 11TH YEAR
6/23/2017 1:20:18 PM
Quinte Ribfest is moving to Trenton for its 11th year. The weekend event draws crowds of thousands each year to sample the mouth-watering ribs of five internationally-acclaimed ribbers, all in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters. This year's event runs from Aug.

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TRENTON LCBO HOSTS DAY OF ACTION
6/23/2017 10:08:55 AM
The Trenton LCBO's day of action took place yesterday. Local 497 employees handed out hotdogs and beverages to customers in the establishments parking lot. Regional union spokesperson Dianne Perry says they want their customers to be well-informed.

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FLOOD EMERGENCY ENDS IN COUNTY
6/23/2017 8:22:36 AM
The flood state of emergency is over in Prince Edward County. Put in place May 9 because of localized flooding and high water levels, Mayor Quaiff says water levels have dropped over the past several weeks, reducing the risk to both people and property.

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PROVINCE ADDS HEALTH UNIT STAFF FOR OPIOID CRISIS
6/23/2017 8:14:01 AM
Ontario is pulling out all the stops to try and fight the opioid crisis. The health minister says up to four more front-line workers will be hired in every public health unit. Dr.

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COMMUNITY CHOOSES EXISTING SITE FOR PEC HOSPITAL
6/22/2017 7:32:14 AM
The community is overwhelmingly in favour of keeping the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital where it is in Picton. Feedback from a month-long survey shows the public would like to see the new PECMH built on the existing site rather than by the H.J. McFarland Memorial Home.

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QUINTE WELCOMES ROYALTY FOR CANADA 150
6/22/2017 7:24:38 AM
On behalf of the Minister of Canadian Heritage Melanie Joly, Bay of Quinte MP Neil Ellis is pleased to announce a royal visit. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be visiting the region on June 30.

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CDC QUINTE SURPASSES JAR GOAL
6/22/2017 7:15:51 AM
Great news from the Community Development Council of Quinte's Good Baby Box program, based in Belleville. Program Coordinator Bev Heuving says exceeding their goal will help account for increased demand.

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COOLER SUMMER EXPECTED IN QUINTE
6/21/2017 8:27:09 AM
While winter may have hit us like a lion, summer appears to be striking like a kitten. After a mild and wet spring, meteorologist Geoff Coulson tells Oldies 100.9 that the hot summer days on the beach that people are looking forward to may be a limited commodity.

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COBOURG TIME CAPSULE PROJECT FOR CANADA 150
6/21/2017 8:18:45 AM
Cobourg is putting together a time capsule that will be opened 50 years from now. It'll show what life was like in Cobourg in 2017. The public has been invited to sumbit suggestions for the capsule, and the items can be no larger than a fist.

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY LAUNCHES NO GALA GALA
6/21/2017 8:11:15 AM
Habitat for Humanity has an exciting event taking place to raise money for the Harcourt subdivision in Port Hope. The No Gala Gala is aimed at helping raise necessary funds for the four remaining homes.

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HKPR TO START BEACH TESTING
6/21/2017 8:03:42 AM
High water levels are declining on Lake Ontario, but the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is urging many to remain patient before planning a beach day. The health unit will be launching beach testing all week.

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MFRC OPENS IN BELLEVILLE
6/21/2017 5:20:27 AM
Local military families have a new space in Belleville to call their own. The Trenton Military Family Resource Centre officially unveiled its new satellite office at 610 Dundas St. E. during a media event last night. The 7,000 sq. ft.

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BOARD APPROVES SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION RECOMMENDATIONS
6/20/2017 10:17:11 AM
Final recommendations for several schools in Prince Edward County are in. The Accommodation Review Committee recommends keeping Sophiasburgh Central School open as long as a community hub called The Sophiasburgh Opportunity is established.

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SUMMER FUNDS CREATING STUDENT JOBS
6/20/2017 8:25:05 AM
The federal government says it's helping young Canadians kick-start their careers this summer. The Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program will provide funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students in their communities.

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FIGHT THE BITE THIS SUMMER
6/20/2017 8:17:48 AM
The HKPR district health unit is warning residents to fight the bite this mosquito season. Mosquitoes that are infected with diseases can spread them to humans.

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LOCAL BEACHES SAFE FOR SWIMMING
6/20/2017 8:10:14 AM
All local beaches are safe for swimming. Hastings-Prince Edward Public Health's weekly beach report monitors E.coli bacteria levels, posting warning signs at local beaches when counts exceed the provincial standard. No beaches were posted last week.

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100+ WOMEN QUINTE LOOKING TO GROW
6/20/2017 8:01:51 AM
A local group of women dedicated to the Quinte community is looking to grow. 100+ Women Who Care Quinte has two seats available on its leadership team. Lisa Anne Chatten says the group is always inspired by the dedication and support of women in the community.

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INMATE DIES AT WARKWORTH INSTITUTION
6/20/2017 7:15:42 AM
A Warkworth Institution inmate has died. Prison officials say John Kehoe, 69, has been serving an indeterminate sentence for murder, attempted murder, assault and robbery since December 1972.

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MUNICIPAL PLANNER HONOURED UPON RETIREMENT
6/20/2017 4:53:06 AM
A key member of Brighton's municipal planning team is being honoured for her years of service. Planning assistant Patricia Johnston was recognized for nearly 20 years of work with the municipality at last night's council meeting.

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DOG RESCUED FROM HOT BELLEVILLE CAR
6/19/2017 7:36:00 AM
The Ontario SPCA is reminding pet owners about the dangers of leaving your pets in your car during the hot summer days. Inspector Brandon James says if you see a pet in a car, you do what these witnesses did and contact someone and not break open the window.

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VEHICLE VANDALIZED IN TWEED
6/19/2017 7:26:26 AM
Centre Hastings OPP say between the evening of June 9 and the morning of June 10, a vehicle was vandalized at a Stoco Road residence in Tweed. The vehicle sustained several scratch marks that run the entire length on both sides.

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100+ PEOPLE CONCEPT COMING TO THE COUNTY
6/19/2017 5:23:21 AM
A new branch of the 100 women who care movement that's swept the globe recently, could be coming to Prince Edward County. 100+ Men Who Care Quinte met yesterday earlier this month, voting to donate just over $10,000 to food and shelter services through the San Damiano Foundation based in Madoc.

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