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Suspect in early November bomb threats arrested by Belgian police

Police say the person they believe is responsible for bomb threats that saw local schools take safety precautions has been arrested.  The incident, which happened on November 1st, saw increased security measures at local public and Catholic schools after a bomb threat was sent to several boards across Ontario, and...

Social Housing Manager outlines United Counties housing programs

A local housing initiative is expanding because of changes in the market since the COVID-19 pandemic began.  That’s according to Chris Morrison, the United Counties’ Manager of Social Housing, who spoke with Moose FM about a recent change to the eligibility requirements for its “Homeownership Program.”  The initiative provides first-time buyers...

Winchester District Hospital purchases new ultrasound machine

It’s now faster and safer to get an ultrasound at the Winchester District Memorial Hospital (WDMH), according to staff members.  The hospital has purchased a new mobile ultrasound machine, which Dr. Adam Jones-Delcorde says allows staff to take it to a patients’ bedside.  “Patients no longer have to go downstairs for...

Masking now mandatory in all areas of Brockville General Hospital

Get ready to mask up next time you go to Brockville General Hospital (BGH).  Hospital staff members say they’re tightening masking restrictions further to limit the spread of respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 and influenza.  As of Wednesday, November 29th, masking is required in all parts of the hospital, for both visitors...

South Grenville Food Bank straining under “worst” demand in more than 20 years

Food bank usage has skyrocketed in much of Ontario, including South Grenville.  According to a report released Monday by Feed Ontario, a group of hunger relief organizations, food banks saw a 38 percent increase in usage between March 2022 and 2023.  Bonnie Pidgeon Coogler, the Executive Director for the South Grenville...

United Counties increases maximum purchase price for home ownership assistance program

The United Counties has expanded an initiative to help more people become homeowners.  The Counties runs a “Homeownership Program,” providing first-time buyers with an interest-free loan to put towards their down payment.  The loan can provide up to five percent of the total price of the home, and until now, the...
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