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Weather Explained: Groundhog Day
Opinion writer Susan Campbell says you may believe state governments should have a larger say over their residents’ lives. Opinion writer Terry Cowgill highlights the state’s difficulty in hiring State Troopers, and what is being done about it. Watch this post for urgent weather news from Manchester today!See the Story
Coverage: 10 sources
Kingbury wanted woman arrested after investigation
Vanessa L. Graham was arrested after an investigation into a domestic incident. Graham is charged with third-degree assault, second-degree criminal contempt, endangering the welfare of a child, and tampering with physical evidence. She was arraigned at Washington County Central Arraignment and held to appear at the Washington County Court at a later date.See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources
News in Brief
Cape Ann Shakespeare Troupe is looking for actors and crew for its spring production of Christopher Marlowe's King Henry II. The American Red Cross urges blood donors of all types, especially platelet donors and those with type O blood, to book a time to give blood or platelets now.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
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Oakville Library's central branch flooded
Central Branch (Navy Street & Lakeshore Road East) is closed due to significant water damage caused by a water pipe bursting. Access to the Oakville Galleries (OG) exhibit by Helen Cammock, "They Call It Idlewild," has also been closed. The exhibit is expected to reopen on Feb. 14.See the Story
Daily horoscope for January 22, 2023
New cases of COVID-19 have decreased both in Oakville and across Halton. Last week's newly reported outbreak at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (OTMH) has closed, but a new one has opened at the Sheraton Home of Chartwell Waterford long-term care home. The bivalent booster vaccine is now available to those ages 5 and up. Uptick in vaccinations across the province, including locally, has been especially slow, at a pace 70% slower from fall 2021.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Five top stories of the week
The Westlock Times has compiled a list of the top stories in the community over the past 12 months. The list includes the death of a 60-year-old homeless man mere days into 2022. The Town of Westlock, Westlock County and Village of Clyde agreed in the fall to pony up $14,000 to hire an after-hours emergency services contractor.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Daily horoscope for January 8, 2023
New cases in Oakville and Halton have increased by a very slight margin. Two people are hospitalized (a reduction from 6 the last time data was reported), and one person died this week (same rate as previously recorded) There are three active outbreaks inOakville, an improvement from six as of Dec. 24, 2022, at long-term care homes Chartwell Waterford and Post Inn Village, and retirement home Vistamere-Oakville.See the Story
75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Ontario pharmacists will soon be able to prescribe medications for 13 common ailments
Ontario pharmacists will soon be able to prescribe medications for a number of common ailments without the approval of a physician. The 13 ailments include hay fever, oral thrush, dermatitis, pink eye, menstrual cramps, acid reflux, hemorrhoids, cold sores, impetigo, insect bites and hives, sprains and strains, and UTIs. Minister of Health Sylvia Jones says the move will make it easier for Ontarians to receive "the care they need"See the Story
57% Left coverage: 14 sources