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Tropical Storm Florence

The once Hurricane, now Tropical Storm, Florence has been hammering the Carolinas for days. Authorities are saying that the worst is still to come. What was once predicted to be a Category 5 Hurricane ended up a Category 1 by

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Stay Hydrated and Sunblocked!…While You Enjoy the Outdoor Festival Fun!

Check out Bob’s Top 5! 1. Brantford: International Jazz Festival. Come celebrate jazz and its culture with four stages providing a continuous lineup of free entertainment. This is world class music from diverse backgrounds – Traditional Jazz to Big Band

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Police Seek Help Locating Missing Delhi Teen, Lily Patricia Graves

Police are turning to the public for help in locating a teen who was reporting missing on Monday. Norfolk OPP say Lily Patricia Graves, 13, left her home on Main Street in Delhi at between 10:30 and 11 a.m. on

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Florence Could Be Category 5 By Landfall Thursday/Friday

Forecasters say Hurricane Florence’s top sustained winds have decreased slightly. However, with 215-kilometre-per-hour winds, the U-S National Hurricane Center says Florence remains a dangerous Category-4 storm, and is expected to approach Category-5 status on Thursday. One forecaster described the size

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This Book Was Well Overdue- By 50 Years

Have you been ‘meaning’ to take back your library books?  Occasionally I will forget.  Fortunately  I get automated reminders by email to return books or movies. The Lexington, Kentucky public library says a member recently returned a book that was

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Rainfall Warning Issued By Environment Canada

A Rainfall Warning has been issued by Environment Canada which is warning of heavy rainfall for the Niagara region through to the Elgin region along the border. Head further North and it changes to a Special Weather Statement; details below.

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Fall Fairs Are in the Air……Antiques Galore and More!………

Check out Bob’s Top 5! 1. Flamborough: Christie Antique and Vintage Show.  Here you will find hundreds of dealers and almost 10 acres of treasures to be discovered. Come find your next treasure piece in such categories as china, jewellery,

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New Fines For Stopping On Pearson Airport Ramps While Picking Up Passengers

In your travels to Pearson Airport, you may have noticed people parked on the side of the road on the ramps into Toronto Pearson airport. Starting today, they will be fined.  A picture or your license plate will be taken

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Still Time for Some Ribs, Football or Fireworks to Wrap Up the Weekend!

Check out Bob’s Top 5! 1. Hamilton: Tiger-Cats Labour Day Classic! Ticats games are more than just tackles and touchdowns! Bring the whole family out and enjoy the brand new Tim Hortons Field, one of the best fan experiences in

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What’s Open And Closed Labour Day

The following locations will in general be closed on Labour Day Monday with very few exceptions:   All City Hall or Municipal Offices will be closed on Monday.   Public Libraries will be closed on Monday.   LCBO locations will

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Enjoy This End of Summer Sizzler! (Safely)

Check out Bob’s Top 5! 1. Paris: 160th annual Paris Fair! There are lots of good reasons to check out this historic anniversary edition. A mix of old and new will be on display with events, such as motocross and

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BC Wildfires Sets New Province Record

The B-C Wildfire Service says more land has burned across the province this year than last year, setting a new record for land scorched in a season. Almost 13-thousand square kilometres have burned this year, eclipsing just over 12-thousand square

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Missing Hamilton Man May Be In Niagara Region

Niagara residents are being asked to be on the lookout for a missing Hamilton man. 80 year old Hermann Katzer left his Hamilton home sometime yesterday, was last seen at the Canada/US border in Niagara, and may still be in

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Kitchener Waterloo Humane Society Rabies Clinics

It is World Rabies Day on September 28th and the Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society, in partnership with the Region of Waterloo Public Health, is encouraging animal owners to keep their communities rabies-free by having their animals vaccinated against the disease.  

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Heat Warning For August 27 To 29

With the forecast calling for some high temperatures in the 30’s humidity pushing that into the 40’s, with no real break overnight, Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for almost all of South Western Ontario.   From Environment Canada:

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