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Winchester District Memorial Hospital buys new equipment worth $31,000+

Winchester District Memorial Hospital (WDMH) Foundation staff say they have four new reasons to be thankful for donors.  The hospital has purchased two new “workplace on wheels” units, computers that can be moved anywhere in the hospital to help with patient care.  Workers also say the hospital recently bought a new...

OPP warning of rise in “crypto romance fraud”

Be wary if someone you’ve been talking to online offers to help you invest in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.  That’s a warning from Ontario Provincial Police.   To mark Valentine’s Day, OPP officers have put out some advice for identifying “romance fraud,” a kind of scam that sees fraudsters forming romantic relationships with...

Free family fishing comes to Ontario this weekend

If you’ve ever wanted to try fishing, you’ve got a chance to cast some lines for free over the weekend.  The Ontario government runs four “free family fishing” weekends every year, allowing residents to fish in the province without buying a license.  The first free weekend of 2024 runs from this...

UCDSB hosting kindergarten information sessions this month

Parents with young kids set to start school this fall are being invited to learn more about where they’ll be sending their kids to learn.  The Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) is hosting kindergarten information sessions at its schools over the coming weeks.  The sessions are free to attend, providing...

South Nation Conservation issues water safety statement

People living in low-lying areas should be wary about possible ‘nuisance flooding’ over the coming days, according to South Nation Conservation.  The organization has issued a water safety statement, saying recent warm weather could lead to increased water levels and flows.  No major flooding is expected, staff members say, but if...

Deadline for Health Unit merger proposal extended into spring

Our local Health Unit has a bit of extra time to decide whether it wants to merge with some other public health organizations.  The deadline for the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health, and Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Public Health to submit a...
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