July 31, 2017 – HomeTown TV12
Search

STEP Program for August: Distracted Driving

STEP Program for August: Distracted Driving
Hand Held Devices and the Law Smiths Fallls – Cellular telephones have quickly become a leading cause of car crashes. Distracted driving caused more deaths than impaired driving in 2013. Driver distraction is a factor in about 4 million motor vehicle crashes in North America each year. Studies have proven that drivers on a cell phone are four times as likely... Read More

BOBBY HERRINGTON ENDS YEAR LONG DROUGHT AT BROCKVILLE ONTARIO SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY NIGHT

BOBBY HERRINGTON ENDS YEAR LONG DROUGHT AT BROCKVILLE ONTARIO SPEEDWAY ON SATURDAY NIGHT
By: Tim Baltz – Photo by Henry Hannewyk / www.henryhannewykphotography.com Brockville – Another big night of racing this past Saturday night at the Brockville Ontario Speedway saw a thrilling finish in the 358 Modifieds. Bobby Herrington edged out Danny O’Brien by inches to claim his first 358 Modified win of the year. Read More

1992 Time Capsule Contents on Display at South Dundas Municipal Centre

1992 Time Capsule Contents on Display at South Dundas Municipal Centre
Morrisburg – On Tuesday, July 18, 2017, prior to the regular Council meeting, the Municipality of South Dundas Council opened two time capsules that were buried by the Council of the former Village of Morrisburg in 1992. The public is welcome to view items from the capsules on display at the South Dundas Municipal Centre in Morrisburg. “There were some... Read More

Making Ontario Greener with 15,000 New Trees

Making Ontario Greener with 15,000 New Trees
Province Launches Re-greening Initiative in Honour of Ontario’s 150th Anniversary To celebrate Ontario and Canada’s 150th anniversary, 15,000 eastern white pine seed pods will be distributed at events and schools across the province.Minister of Northern Development and Mines Michael Gravelle launched the initiative today in Thunder Bay. The eastern white pine is Ontario’s official tree and these seed pods will... Read More

Brockville Police Reports for July 30 – 31st, 2017

Brockville Police Reports for July 30 – 31st, 2017
Brockville – Brockville Police Reports for July 31st, 2017. Disturbance at Willian Street Tim Horton’s A 28 year old Brockville man was arrested for public intoxication early Sunday morning for his role in a disturbance in the William Street Tim Horton’s parking lot. Just prior to 6:00 a.m. Brockville Police were called to the Tim Horton’s lot of 7-10 males fighting... Read More

OPP Charity BBQ a Great Success!

OPP Charity BBQ a Great Success!
Kemptville – The fourth OPP Charity BBQ of the season was a great success! Special thanks to our sponsor, Monkman Forming Incorporated. A total of $600.00 was raised. This week’s barbeque is sponsored by Jansen Law with proceeds going to North Grenville Community Living. The 17th Annual OPP Charity Barbeques are held every Thursday from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Kemptville OPP... Read More

Golfing for Maternal Child Fundraiser Raises Funds to Purchase a New Fetal Heart Monitor for Brockville General Hospital

Golfing for Maternal Child Fundraiser Raises Funds to Purchase a New Fetal Heart Monitor for Brockville General Hospital
Several members of the Maternal Child Golf Tournament committee are shown with the new fetal heart monitor that was purchased with funds raised for Brockville General Hospital’s Women & Children Program during the 2016 Golfing for Maternal Care Golf Tournament. This 4th annual fundraiser will be held once again at the Prescott Golf Course on Saturday, August 12th. For more... Read More

Ontario and Michigan Launch Canada’s First Cross-Border Automated Vehicle Test Drive

Ontario and Michigan Launch Canada’s First Cross-Border Automated Vehicle Test Drive
Province and Michigan Testing New Technologies to Drive Innovation in Auto Sector Ontario and Michigan are completing North America’s first national, cross-border automated vehicle test drive through Southern Ontario and Michigan, promoting innovation in the auto sector and driving economic growth. Minister of Transportation Steven Del Duca and federal Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Navdeep Bains, were in... Read More