Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark says female offenders with serious mental health issues that are currently in Ontario’s jails deserve the same access to treatment as their male counterparts have had for more than a decade.
The province’s police chiefs association has brought in new rules calling on police to keep information secret about contacts they have with people that do not result in convictions.
Provincially appointed facilitator Lyle Vanclief told the hundreds of people in attendance at last night’s Kemptville College Town Hall Meeting he was “only there to listen”. He did say, the college’s renewal “must be based on a sound business plan and must be fully sustainable to ensure a long-term solution.”
A high profile murder case is being moved from Brockville to Ottawa. Former Prescott Councillor Nancy Lane is charged with the First Degree murder of her husband Arthur Lane on October 8 of 2009
The Oakville Whitecaps won the Little League Ontario Junior Championship yesterday in Kemptville Tuesday. Oakville got by Kanata 2 -1 and will represent Ontario in the Canadian Championships in Lethbridge, Alberta starting this weekend.
A 28 year old Smiths Falls man was arrested and charged with Assault in connection with an incident Sunday. Around 2am July 13 it is alleged that the accused and the victim where involved in a physical altercation inside their residence.
Two people were sent to hospital with minor injuries when a car drove into the Pizza Hut near Greenbank and Strandherd last night.
AN O-P-P Queensway officer has found himself on the wrong side of the law. O-P-P Constable Dennis Hill was arrested while on medical leave after police allege he tried to steal electronics from the Wal-Mart in Carleton Place.
Crime Stoppers and the Smiths Falls Police Service are seeking the public’s help to find whoever is responsible for vandalism to the Murphy Building in Murphy Park. Police say that on or around the July 12, a light post on the Murphy building was broken by vandals.
The Kemptville College Renewal Task Force will be holding a public meeting on Wednesday, July 16 at the W.B. George Centre at 7 p.m. Over the past 15 weeks, Task Force members have met with several groups that have an interest in developing future plans for the local agricultural institution.