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OPP lay impaired driving charge after collision

A South Frontenac Township resident was arrested and charged at the scene of a motor vehicle collision on Road 38 in South Frontenac Township. Just after 5:30 p.m. on Monday, July 19, 2021, members from The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Frontenac Detachment responded to the motor vehicle collision, according to

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Recent rainfall sees South Frontenac level one fire ban lifted

Today, Friday, Jul. 9, 2021, the level one fire ban has been lifted for the Township of South Frontenac. This means that residents can return to having approved incinerator or brush pile fires that are in compliance with the regulations set in the Township’s burning By-law 2012-68, in addition to

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Single vehicle collision in South Frontenac results in impaired driving charges

A South Frontenac man is facing charges after his vehicle struck a rock cut on Westport Road in South Frontenac Township, Ontario. Officers of the Sharbot Lake Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a report of the single motor vehicle collision just before 9 p.m. on Tuesday,

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OPP charge erratic driver in South Frontenac

Shortly before 1 a.m. on Monday, Jun. 21, 2021, officers of the South Frontenac Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a report of a possible impaired driver heading south bound on Railton road in South Frontenac Township. According to a report from OPP, police located the suspect vehicle travelling

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UPDATE – Level One Ban – Dry conditions result in total fire ban for South Frontenac Township

UPDATE (Friday, Jun. 18, 2021): The total fire ban for the Township of South Frontenac will be downgraded to a Level One fire ban at 12 p.m. on Friday, Jun. 18, 2021. According to a release from the Township, a Level One fire ban restricts open air burning for the

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Storrington Lions Club celebrates 50 years supporting the community

Storrington Lions Club is celebrating 50 years this June. The group of volunteers in South Frontenac Township have worked hard over the years to make the community closer and stronger, allowing it to persevere and thrive. “I’m proud of what our club has accomplished,” said Lion Shirley O’Neil, a club

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Kingston City Council votes unanimously to condemn actions of MPP Hillier

Kingston City Council unanimously passed an amended motion yesterday decrying the actions of Randy Hillier, joining the Town of Perth, the Township of South Frontenac, and Loyalist Township, who have also issued statements against the independent MPP.  The motion was brought before council last night by Councillor Bridget Doherty, and

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South Frontenac reopens some outdoor facilities

The township of South Frontenac has reopened its Waste Disposal sites and some outdoor recreational facilities. The change took effect Wednesday, April 21, 2021 as a response to the province’s amended guidelines announced on April 17th. It means that the Portland waste disposal site will be open Wednesdays and Saturdays

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South Frontenac partners with Frontenac Business Services for COVID-19 recovery opportunities

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing well into 2021, the Township of South Frontenac has partnered with Frontenac Business Services (formerly Frontenac Community Futures Development Corporation), to provide targeted relief and recovery funding aimed at assisting small businesses as they adapt to meet evolving consumer demands. “Following an extremely tough year

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Update: Lifted – Fire ban in effect for South Frontenac Township

UPDATE (Wednesday, Apr. 21, 2021) The total burn ban in place for South Frontenac will be lifted, effective Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021 at 8 a.m. This means that South Frontenac residents may return to having open air fires, including open air cooking fires, camping fires, and approved incinerator or brush

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What the Ontario Stay-At-Home Order means

On Wednesday, Apr. 7, 2021, Ontario Premier Doug Ford issued a province-wide Stay-At-Home Order requiring everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes, to be effective as of Thursday, Apr. 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. What does that mean? For residents The government of Ontario is asking residents to

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