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LDSB: Two Bath PS students test positive for COVID-19, no risk to school

According to the Limestone District School Board (LDSB), Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health has been notified that two students at Bath Public School have tested positive for COVID-19. “It has been determined that this case (sic) poses no risk to students or staff. As such, no cohorts

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Loyalist driver facing impaired driving charges after multi-vehicle collision

Officers of the Lennox and Addington (L&A) County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a report of a multi-vehicle collision on Purdy Road in Bath, Ontario, and one driver is facing impaired driving charges. OPP officers responded to the call at approximately 11 p.m. on Sunday, Sept.

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Loyalist Cove Marina receives Blue Flag designation

With another boating season about to set sail, a Kingston-area marina is boasting a new accreditation. The Loyalist Cove Marina in Bath is one of the 2021 Blue Flag Canada sites. 23 beaches and 10 marinas have earned the prestigious Blue Flag Canada certification this year. Blue Flag is an

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Kingston businesses offering free home delivery during the pandemic

It is not “business as usual” for many bricks and mortar establishments these days. Those with products have been scrambling to find ways to continue selling their wares to their customers. Below is a collection of local businesses who offer free delivery to their clients. It is by no means

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Under pressure: Supporting small businesses during enforcement of the Quarantine Act

Local news sources including the Kingstonist report that the City of Kingston and Loyalist Township have declared a state of emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The declaration from the Medical Officer of Health of KFL&A, Dr. Kieran Moore initiates the emergency plan of our municipality, even more

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Great Pyrenees: The canine Praetorian shepherds of Amherst Island

Last night the coyotes were once again ‘singing’ from the field behind our home in Bath. This frequent ‘concert’ is the new normal in our neighbourhood. Coyotes, or as some call the hybrid Eastern Coyote, the Coywolf (a genetic mix of wolf, coyote and domestic dog), view most of southern

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Loyalist Township acquires three historic properties in Bath

Loyalist Township will now take the charge of preserving three historic properties in Bath, Ontario, as well as the historic contents of these buildings, after the Township legally acquired the properties this month. According to a press release from the Township, those properties are Layer Cake Hall, the Bath Town

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‘Dust in the wind’: Lafarge Cement Plant contamination concerns Bath residents

Recently, the Canada Lafarge Cement Plant located three kilometres west of the Villiage of Bath, experienced a filter malfunction, expelling toxic cement dust referred to as ‘clinker’ into the atmosphere. The plant manager Ignacio Arroyo’s communication to Loyalist residents regarding the incident indicates that the toxic airborne contamination was localized

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Kingston man charged with impaired driving following collision in Bath

A local man who was involved in a collision at a Bath business and fled the scene has been arrested and charged, according to the Lennox and Addington (L&A) Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). The L&A OPP received a traffic complaint approximately 9:40 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11,

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Discovering The Lodge Coffee House in Bath

The Lodge Coffee House is a hidden gem in Bath owned by an amazing woman. It is worth the 20-minute ride from Kingston, and perfect for a road trip – You get to experience the great water scene along the route to get there and back. Once you get to

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OPP lay impaired driving charges in Bath

A male driver who was spotted driving in a haphazard manner by police was arrested and charged when police learned he was driving while impaired. On Thursday, Jul. 25, 2019 at 3:38 a.m. officers with the Lennox and Addington County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) observed a vehicle

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Inmate death reported at Millhaven Institution Regional Treatment Centre

An inmate from the Regional Treatment Centre at Millhaven Institution has died while in the custody of Correctional Service Canada (CSC). According to CSC, Winston Malcolm, 64, died on Wednesday, Jul. 17, 2019. At the time of his death, Malcolm had been serving a sentence for second degree murder since

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