MENUMENU
Gananoque – HomeTown TV12
Search

Former Fire Chief of Gananoque & Leeds & 1000 Islands Twsp. Charged

Former Fire Chief of Gananoque & Leeds & 1000 Islands Twsp. Charged
Gananoque/Twsp. of Leeds & 1000 Islands – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged former Fire Chief Gerry Bennett, an Elgin resident following an investigation into irregularities at the Town of Gananoque, the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands and the Gananoque Firefighters Association. In December 2016, the OPP received a complaint from the Town of Gananoque and the Township... Read More

“Gord Brown Memorial Hockey Night in Leeds Grenville Raises $83,728!” – VIDEO

“Gord Brown Memorial Hockey Night in Leeds Grenville Raises $83,728!” – VIDEO
Gananoque – The United Way Leeds & Grenville teamed up with the Gord Brown Memorial Canada 150 Outdoor Rink Project to offer hockey enthusiasts an opportunity to raise money to help make the late MP Gord Brown’s vision of a healthy community come to life. They came through with flying colours raising $83,728! The funds were raised through a combination... Read More

“Gord Brown Memorial Hockey Night in Leeds Grenville Set to Go!”

“Gord Brown Memorial Hockey Night in Leeds Grenville Set to Go!”
Brockville – The United Way Leeds & Grenville has teamed up with the Gord Brown Memorial Canada 150 Outdoor Rink Project to offer hockey enthusiasts (and those who simply care about people) the opportunity to raise money to help make positive changes to lives in our community. It was the late MP Gord Brown’s vision to create a better life... Read More

Gananoque Santa Claus Parade Being Held This Saturday!

Gananoque Santa Claus Parade Being Held This Saturday!
Gananoque – The annual Gananoque Santa Claus Parade is being held this Saturday, November 24th. Hosted by the Gananoque BIA it begins at Gananoque & Intermediate Secondary School at 5:00pm and will head downtown along King Street making it’s final turn on Park Street. Visit with Santa and get a FREE photo at Town Park from 6-7 p.m. Please bring... Read More

Local School Boards Confronted with Unexpected Costs for Student Transportation

Local School Boards Confronted with Unexpected Costs for Student Transportation
Brockville – The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario (CDSBEO) and the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) have recently presented to their trustees the annual year-end financial statements for 2017-2018. The main focus and area of concern for both English language school boards was the significant increase in costs related to the provision of local and rural student transportation, which resulted in... Read More

Gananoque Police Arrest Suspect in Area Break and Enter

Gananoque Police Arrest Suspect in Area Break and Enter
Gananoque – On October 21st, 2018 the Gananoque Police Service received a report of a theft from an east end business.  As the result of the subsequent investigation, a warrant to search was executed and the stolen property was recovered. On November 12th, 2018 a 42 year old male was arrested and charged with Break & Enter, Theft Under $5000, Possession... Read More

Gananoque Police Reports – November 4, 2018

Gananoque Police Reports – November 4, 2018
Gananoque – Police reports from the Gananoque Police Service from November 2nd to 4th, 2018 On Friday November 2nd , 2018 a female victim attended Gananoque Police Service to report ongoing issues between her and her spouse. The victim provided a sworn statement in which she disclosed an incident of Domestic Assault. As a result, her spouse was arrested and... Read More

Daylight Saving Time 2018 ends this weekend

Daylight Saving Time 2018 ends this weekend
Turn your clocks back one hour Saturday night! Brockville – It is that time of year again. Daylight saving time comes to and end this Sunday, November 4th. Time to turn your clocks back one hour starting at 2 a.m. on Sunday in most of Canada as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end for this year. When you get... Read More

Mixed feelings about your gambling are a warning sign. Know the signs before it becomes a problem

Mixed feelings about your gambling are a warning sign.  Know the signs before it becomes a problem
This week is Problem Gambling Prevention Week in Kingston, Gananoque, and Napanee Toronto – People who experience mixed feelings about gambling, such as guilt, anxiety or frustration, are encouraged to know the signs and recognize they are important warning signals. According to the Responsible Gambling Council (RGC), these feelings are there for a reason. Ignoring them can only make a situation... Read More

Highlights from the UCDSB Board of Trustees Meeting held October 24

Highlights from the UCDSB Board of Trustees Meeting held October 24
Brockville  – Trustees with the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) met on Wednesday, October 24 to discuss several agenda items. Board Improvement Plan for Student Achievement and Wellness (BIPSAW): Principals of Teaching and Learning Jennifer McMaster and Shelly Corlyon discussed the 2018-19 BIPSAW. This plan sets out ways to improve student achievement in math and literacy. Under the plan,... Read More