The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario holding a signing ceremony for the Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Risk Review Protocol, The Protocol is the result of the hard work and partnership of the school boards, community mental health agencies, hospitals, crisis teams, and police services, coordinated by the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario.
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Smiths Falls public works crew continue to deal with frozen pipes. Yesterday on his Facebook page Mayor Shawn Pankow thanked the crews for the hard work and dedication in dealing with frozen pipes around town. Almost all frozen water services in town have been thawed and crews have also been able to provide temporary services to the homes in areas where water mains are still frozen.
Parks Canada is delaying the replacement of the Chaffey Lock Swing Bridge till next month. The bridge needs to be replaced to bring it up to highway load standards.
A Barrhaven woman has been charged in the February 23rd robbery and assault at Pet Valu in Winchester. Following investigation by Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry OPP, 20-year-old Margaret Parkinson was arrested on March 10th and charged with
Want to help the Smiths Falls Food Bank? A contest on Facebook involves communities voting for their local food bank. The top three food banks will receive a donation of meat/poultry from the Ontario Meat and Poultry Association.
Brooke and Brittany Henderson of Smiths Falls, finishing in a tie for second place at the Natural Charity Classic in Florida yesterday. Brittany shot a 2-over 74. Brooke caught her sister in the final round of the Symetra Tour event at Lake Wales, shooting a 2-under-par.
Officers in the Leeds and 1000 Islands Detachment OPP executed a search warrant at a residence in Rideau Lakes Township as a result of a police investigation. Last Thursday, March 26,officers, assisted by members of the Leeds County Crime Unit, attended Thousand Acre Road and located numerous weapons.
Nominations are now open for North Grenville’s 2015 Civic Awards. Categories include arts and culture, health and wellness and work in the community. Nomination packages are available at the North Grenville Municipal Centre, the Public Library and on North Grenville’s website www.northgrenville.ca/civicawards.cfm.
On April 2nd, the residents of Oxford Mills will be illuminating their homes with blue lights in support World Autism Awareness Day and to show their support for their neighbour David deQuetteville, a young boy who has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Heads up for commuters using the Chaffey’s Swing Bridge, you’ll have to take an alternate route for a while starting tomorrow. Parks Canada will be replacing the Chaffey’s Swing Bridge with a new bridge that will meet highway load standards.