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Meet this Week’s “Friday FurBall”- Bean

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BeanSweet little Bean was found dropped on the side of a busy highway with her two siblings at just six weeks of age. She has grown up in the shelter, and is finally ready to embark on her own new adventure with a forever family of her own. She is just over two months old now, and will make a wonderful family pet. She is a high energy lady and loves bouncing around with her playmates. Bean would enjoy living in a home with children and other fur-covered companions. Drop by the shelter to visit her today!
For more on Bean click here
If you would like to adopt Bean or any of the other “Friday Fur Balls” visit www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca or stop by Kingston Humane Society at 1 Bennington CRT.
For more information contact the Kingston Humane Society at 613 546-1291

PAST FRIDAY FURBALLS

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Movie Doctor- Guardians Of The Galaxy

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If you don’t know who The Star Lord is or what a Groot is… find out this weekend as Marvel brings us superheroes in space with Guardians Of The Galaxy… oh and there’s a gun slinging talking raccoon too…

Enjoy,

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10 Songs That Could Make a Late Run for ‘Song of the Summer’

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As most predicted, Iggy Azalea’s ‘Fancy’, Ariana Grande’s ‘Problem’, MAGIC!’s ‘Rude’, Calvin Harris’ ‘Summer’, and a handful of others have burned their way in to our collective consciousness and dominated our airwaves up to this point of the summer.

BUT, summer is only half way over…it’s time to freshen up those playlists!

We’ve put together a list of 10 potential smash hits that could make a late push for the coveted ‘song of the summer’ title.

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Kingston News on Thursday July 31, 2014

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Soldier Charged

A member of the Canadian Armed Forces from Kingston has a date in court in September on charges of drug trafficking and possession of goods obtained by crime.
27 year old Michael Spears was arrested on Tuesday during a traffic stop on the 401 near Oshawa.
His arrest followed an investigation by the Canadian Forces, Kingston RCMP and Kingston Police into drug sales in Trenton.
Search warrants were executed in Kingston and Trenton where police seized cocaine and over 28 hundred dollars cash.

Retail Space

Residents in the former Pittsburgh Township want more retail space and that could become a reality if the city council adopts recommendations in a report prepared by consultants for the city.
The report will be the subject of a public meeting next Thursday at 6:30pm at city hall.
The consultant’s report recommends a shopping centre for Highway 15 and Rose Abbey Drive.
Any decision by council may influence an OMB hearing.  An Ottawa developer has been granted a hearing after city council denied plans for a shopping centre at the same location.

401 Re-opens

The 401 eastbound in the Belleville area is open this morning after a transport truck struck the concrete median and caught fire early yesterday morning.
The crash at 6:15am yesterday near Mitchells Road damaged both eastbound lanes of the 401.  The transport driver suffered what police describe as moderate injuries.
Work to repair the highway was finished last night and a notice from the OPP says both lanes were open to traffic at 10:15 last night.

It was the third crash involving a tractor trailer on that stretch of the highway this week.  The most serious was a fatal collision involving two passenger vehicles and two transport trucks.  It happened Tuesday afternoon near Shannonville Road and claimed the life of a 51 year old man.

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Kingston News on Wednesday July 30th, 2014

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401 Fire and Fatal Crash

There’s been another fatal crash involving passenger vehicles and a big rig on the 401 between Belleville and Kingston.
One person was killed in the crash yesterday at around 3:40 in the afternoon on the westbound 401 near Shannonville Road.
Two other people were injured…one seriously.
The crash involved two passenger vehicles and a transport truck. The westbound 401 between Marysville Road and Highway 37 was closed for the police investigation.

This morning…a transport truck caught fire after hitting a bridge abutment on the 401 eastbound just east of Belleville. The 401 eastbound was closed for about two hours at Shannonville Road.

Accident – Division Street

Kingston Police didn’t have far to go to investigate this crash. A motorcycle and another vehicle collided on Division Street in front of police headquarters around 10:15 last night.
The driver of a motorcycle was sent to Kingston General Hospital with serious injuries.
Police say he’ll face charges.

Coin Thief

Police have arrested a 51 year old man from the Brockville area for breaking into vending machines at the Camden Braes Golf and Country Club. 51 year old Larry Prinkosky Junior was arrested at 3:45 Sunday morning.
He’s been charged with breaking into ten coin operated devices and stealing money from eight of the machines.

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Kingston News on Tuesday July 29th, 2014

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Drug Bust

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Kingston News Monday August 28th, 2014

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Fatal Crash

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Movie Doctor-Hercules

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“The Rock… Scarlett Johansson… count me in!  Hercules and Lucy are the new flick out this week.

 

Enjoy,

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Meet this Week’s “Friday FurBall”- Barney

Posted on by Courtney

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The bigger the better- that’s Barney’s motto! This extra large boy is a Great Pyrenees; emphasis on the “great!” He came into our care as a stray, and we wonder if maybe his previous home could not meet the needs of this special breed. For this reason, we would love to find bodacious Barney an adopter who has some experience with his breed, or who has done some thorough research! Barney loves to curl up and snuggle, but is also boisterous and playful too! He will need some training on appropriate play, but we think he this young boy is quick to learn. Barney would thrive in a home with a fenced yard and children over 6 years in age. His adoption fee will be $230, which includes his current core vaccines and dewormer, his microchip, and his neuter surgery. Please come into the shelter and give this big, beautiful guy a visit today!
For more on Barney Click here
If you would like to adopt Barney or any of the other “Friday Fur Balls” visit www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca or stop by Kingston Humane Society at 1 Bennington CRT.
For more information contact the Kingston Humane Society at 613 546-1291

PAST FRIDAY FURBALLS

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Kingston News on Friday July 25th, 2014

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Scott Environmental

The Ministry of Environment has ordered Scott Environmental of Kingston to pay 1.6 million dollars as an assurance it will follow the rules for storage of hazardous waste.
The ministry inspected the plant at 633 Fortune Crescent on June 17th and found four times more waste being stored than legally allowed.
Scott Environment has also been ordered to submit weekly reports detailing how it is complying with its license.

Impaired – Woman

A 20 year old woman from Kingston is facing charges of assaulting a cab driver…damaging a taxi…impaired driving and assaulting police.
Kingston Police say they were called to Bayswater Place at 11:45 last night to investigate an assault on a cab driver.  The woman who assaulted the cabbie was gone.
Shortly after that police were called about an impaired driver on Queen Mary Road.  They arrested the 20 year old who goes to court today for a bail hearing.

Mental Health Assessment

A 20 year old man is undergoing a mental health evaluation after being arrested for causing extensive damage to a west end Kingston home and a vehicle.
The Kingston Police emergency response team surrounded a home in the area of Bridle Path Crescent on Wednesday – but a man who had barricaded himself inside the home was gone when police broke in.
The man was described as a family relative and was arrested around 7:30 Wednesday night on Taylor Kidd Boulevard near Collins Bay Road.

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Week of July 14, 2014
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2. Katy Perry - Birthday
3. Calvin Harris - Birthday
4. Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea - Problem
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