The Hamilton Police Service has contacted the Brockville Police Service for assistance in regards to a historical sexual assault investigation they are conducting. The Hamilton Police received reports of sexual assaults on child victims within the City of Hamilton between June 1976 and December 1977. The accused at the time worked for both the Hamilton and Peel District School Boards as a truancy counsellor.
The man killed in a crash in Richmond has been identified as Andrew Page, 26; a father to two young boys. The crash happened around 2 a.m., when the truck he was driving truck left the road, crashed into two parked cars and caught fire on a property at 4410 McCordick Road.
Two people are dead following a vehicle rollover in South Stormont Township. Police say a vehicle rolled into the median on Highway 401 Saturday afternoon and struck a concrete culvert. Robert Smart, 61, of Toronto, was pronounced dead at the scene.
You have until this Friday, October 24, to register for a design workshop to discuss the Elgin Main Street Reconstruction Project. The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is responsible for the road itself, and is working to secure grants for the development.
A boil water advisory continues for roughly 200 homes in Blackburn Hamlet. Ottawa Public Health issued the advisory Saturday afternoon, and said it is in effect until further notice. The homes affected include those on Glen Park Drive, Birchtree Park, Compata Way and Fairglen Mews.
With hunting season getting underway, Ontario hunters are reminded that safety needs to be their first priority when they head into the woods this autumn. There are a number of things that hunters can to do keep themselves, and those around them safe.
The Ontario Energy Board says new electricity prices to take effect next month will add 1.7 per cent — or about two-dollars — to the average monthly household bill. Starting November 1st.
The Youth Action Kommittee in Perth is organizing Rural Homelessness Awareness March today ,Friday October 18. YAK is asking the youth of Perth to meet at the YAK Youth Centre for Poster making and Pizza at 4pm
The undead are taking over Smiths Falls! The 1st annual Zombie Walk is set to weave its way through the downtown Saturday afternoon. Makeup applications begin at 3 p.m. at WMD Photography, where there will also be a photo booth set up.
Police ask parents and residents to be alert for a man who’s been exposing himself to young girls in a Kanata neighbourhood. There have been four incidents reported to police since the beginning of the school year. All of them have happened in the Katimavik and Chimo Drive area of Kanata.