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Upper Canada District School Board chooses hybrid learning model for fall

Upper Canada District School Board chooses hybrid learning model for fall

According to the board, the vast majority of parents want their kids to be in classrooms this September. 
Upper Canada District School Board confirms three new COVID-19 cases in schools

Upper Canada District School Board confirms three new COVID-19 cases in schools

An outbreak has been declared at one of the three schools.
New Home Vaccination Program rolled out in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark County

New Home Vaccination Program rolled out in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark County

The program brings the vaccines directly to people in the community who are unable to leave their homes.
Arnprior man found not guilty of attempted murder in 2018 stabbing of ex-lover

Arnprior man found not guilty of attempted murder in 2018 stabbing of ex-lover

Bill Kirby, 74, was, however, found guilty of assault, kidnapping and issuing death threats.
Ottawa 21-year-old among those charged in 3D weapon printing operation near Calabogie

Ottawa 21-year-old among those charged in 3D weapon printing operation near Calabogie

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) launched an investigation earlier this year after several deliveries of firearm parts were linked to a North Frontenac address.
Town of Smiths Falls condemning MPP Randy Hillier's COVID-19 rule breaking

Town of Smiths Falls condemning MPP Randy Hillier's COVID-19 rule breaking

Randy Hillier has been continuously disregarding health guidelines.
North Grenville residents speak out against proposed Kemptville prison

North Grenville residents speak out against proposed Kemptville prison

Two new jails, including a complex in Kemptville, were announced last year by Premier Doug Ford, along with upgrades at three other correctional facilities
Carleton Place Canadians call off rest of season due to pandemic uncertainty

Carleton Place Canadians call off rest of season due to pandemic uncertainty

Head Coach and Owner Jason Clarke says he's proud of the team for following COVID-19 protocols, since that allowed for them to play for about eight months.
Carleton Place moves to allow backyard hens

Carleton Place moves to allow backyard hens

Residents can apply for a permit to keep a hen in their backyard for a fee of $100.
Carleton Place fire chief seeing increased number of grass fires

Carleton Place fire chief seeing increased number of grass fires

Pascal Meunier says this is a dangerous time of year since dry grass is perfect fuel for fire to travel rapidly.
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