Police have launched Operation Impact this long weekend. Smiths Falls Deputy Chief Mark MacGillivray said “The deaths, injuries and grief to families that result from carelessness behind the wheel can be prevented,”
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Ottawa police say they seized about two-thousand kilograms of pot during an outdoor marijuana eradication project. Investigators say they found 15 different outdoor growing sites in the southern rural areas of the city
Construction for the culvert replacements at Crosby Creek on the Leeds portion of the Scotch Line Road, County Road 10, between Tay Valley and Westport, will begin on Tuesday October 13 and continue until Nov. 6.
Rideau Lakes OPP investigating after a 60 year old man was assaulted during robbery. Police say around 4pm on the Wednesday September 29th officers were called to a robbery in progress at a motel just outside of Smith Falls.
If you are a resident of Smiths Falls or a business owner you have until 4pm tomorrow to take part in the Smiths Falls Police Services Board online survey to help formulate the three year Business Plan of the Smiths Falls Police Service. The survey on the Police website , www.sfps.ca
A 25-year-old Augusta Township man has been arrested in connection to two robberies in the Town of Prescott. On Saturday, October 3rd just after 8am, police were called to the Mr. Gas on King Street after a man entered the store, demanded cash and cigarettes before fleeing leaving.
Smiths Falls police investigating vandalism at one of the town’s tennis courts. Police report that on Saturday September 26, at around 5pm an agitated male was observed smashing the window out of the Office/Change Room of the Smiths Falls Tennis Court located next to the Smiths Falls Youth Skating Arena.
Smiths Falls police investigating theft of parking meters in town. Police report someone has been removing and stealing several parking meters throughout the Downtown Area.
Westport-based WTC Communications announced Monday that by early next year Perth will become only 7th community in Canada and one of under 40 communities in all of North America-to offer Gigabit fibre technology.
North Grenville Committee of the Whole passed a resolution this week recommending that the vacancy on Council be filled by appointment. Tim Sutton resigned his seat on council last Wednesday. In his letter of resignation Sutton said it was due to new employment, and he would be unable to fulfill his term as Councillor .