Wednesday, July 17, 2024

News in Lanark County:

News in the Quinte region:

News in the Brockville area:

News in the Kingston area:

  • One of two individuals wanted by Kingston Police in connection with the sexual assault of a minor was located thanks to the “abundant number of tips” provided by the public yesterday. Kingston Police announced that Brendon Spurrell and Elizabeth O’Neil were both wanted by police on Tuesday, Jul. 17, 2024,
  • An individual wanted in connection with an incident in the Maberly area is now in custody, Lanark OPP report. Police say a disturbance was reported on Tuesday, Jul 9, 2024, at a location on Bennett Lake Road. A person indicated they were threatened, and a gun was seen. As officers
  • A company dedicated to “colour innovation” and, more recently, natural food colourings has announced a half-million-dollar investment in its site here in Kingston, citing growing demand for its products. Sensient Technologies announced that it has “expanded investment” in its Kingston-based manufacturing site “with a new $500,000 commitment.” The announcement comes
  • Content warning: This article includes references to violence and drug use, which may be disturbing for some readers. In an astonishing development late Tuesday, Jul. 16, 2024, defence attorney Mary Cremer accused a Crown witness of being the man who stabbed David Hodgson while her client Roy Snyder looked on
  • Clarke, Arthur William “Art” – Passed away peacefully on March 29, 2024, at age 83. Survived by his loving wife of 53 years; Lynda (nee Thompson) and children Erin and Ryan. Art was predeceased by his parents Arthur and Genevieve Clarke (nee Rickey) and brother Melville. Art worked at the

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