In Focus – Fri October 24, 2014 – Municipal Election: Robin Jones

October 24, 2014 by

Our final Municipal Election In Focus interview sees us welcome Robin Jones, Candidate for Mayor in Westport.

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Municipal Election 2014: Doyle eyes return to Reeve’s post in Montague Township

October 24, 2014 by
Municipal Election 2014: Doyle eyes return to Reeve’s post in Montague Township

Candidate for Reeve Gary Doyle tells Lake 88 that Montague Township has to continue to develop so it can continue to be a strong community."My thoughts are with the township itself," said Doyle. "It's a great place. I have heartfelt feelings for the township. I want to see it grow."

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Serious charges for Smiths Falls youth after altercation at residence

October 24, 2014 by
Serious charges for Smiths Falls youth after altercation at residence

Smiths Falls police report that a youth has been arrested and charged with Assault and Forcible Confinement after an incident on October 12th.

Police say on that night, the victim and the accused were part of a small group of youths in a residence. It is alleged that ...

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Commuter survey goes online to gauge interest in SF-Ottawa bus

October 24, 2014 by
Commuter survey goes online to gauge interest in SF-Ottawa bus

A survey to gauge interest in a commuter bus from Smiths Falls to Ottawa has been moved online after a disappointing response.

The Record News reports that anyone in or around the town who is interested in the service can email Classic Alliance Motorcoach at lctssurvey7@gmail.com to let them know ...

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Carleton Place Man arrested after Breaching Recognizance in Smiths Falls

October 24, 2014 by
Carleton Place Man arrested after Breaching Recognizance in Smiths Falls

A Carleton Place Man has been arrested after Breaching Recognizance – eight times.

Smiths Falls Police report that on the 15th of September, the accused was released from custody on a Recognizance with conditions not to have any contact or be near a victim of an earlier crime.

On the ...

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School Bus Safety Week wraps up

October 24, 2014 by
School Bus Safety Week wraps up

School Bus Safety Week wraps up today.

Student Transportation of Eastern Ontario has been working to promote safety to students on the buses, but also motorists sharing the road.

The company services schools in the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario and the Upper Canada District School Board.

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Redblacks and Senators to honour fallen soldiers amid heightened security this weekend

October 24, 2014 by
Redblacks and Senators to honour fallen soldiers amid heightened security this weekend

We have a couple of notes to pass along if you are heading to the Redblacks or Senators Games this weekend.

Tonight the Ottawa Redblacks will be holding a ceremony before tonight’s home game honouring Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. Vincent was killed in Monday's hit-and-run in ...

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In Focus – Thurs October 23, 2014 – Municipal Election: Gary Doyle

October 23, 2014 by

As part of Lake 88's Municipal Election Coverage, Bob Perreault speaks with Gary Doyle, Candidate for Reeve in Montague.

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Town of Perth sends condolences on killing of soldiers in Ottawa and Quebec

October 23, 2014 by
Town of Perth sends condolences on killing of soldiers in Ottawa and Quebec

The town of Perth is sending a letter to the Governor General’s Office expressing condolences on the senseless deaths of the two soldiers, Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.

Perth Mayor John Fenik sent the letter on behalf of town council and all citizens.

Mayor Fenik says, “Both these ...

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County Council honours fallen soldier in Ottawa attack

October 23, 2014 by
County Council honours fallen soldier in Ottawa attack

Following the attack in Ottawa Lanark County Councillors were in a sombre mood as they gathered for their regular monthly meeting.

They voted unanimously to send a letter to Governor General David Johnston voicing their support for Canadian troops and for everything the military stands for.

Warden Richard Kidd proposed ...

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