Local News from Wednesday, June 12th, 2019
Missing Napanee Man Could Be in Our Region
UPDATE: Cecil Lockhart has been located safe and sound. The OPP sent out the message just minutes after listeners to Heart FM said they saw him hitch hiking on the 401 near Highbury Ave. No word at this time though if that is where he was located.
Students Plant Aquatic Plants at Burgess Park
Students from College Ave are helping to restore a new wetland located inside Burgess Park.
Structure Fire Causes $25,000 in Damage
Nobody was injured after a fire at a home on Main Street in Woodstock yesterday afternoon. Fire crews responded quickly and were able to keep the fire from spreading.
Another Transport Hits the 17th Line Bridge in Zorra Township
"When it comes to low clearance bridges and overpasses, police never cease to be amazed at how some professional truck drivers think they can outsmart them or squeeze underneath them anyway."
Curtain Opens For The Witch at ITOPA
The Witch is a classic comedy, that promises to have everyone laughing because of relatable characters and witty dialogue the performers go through.
Retirement Is Days Away For The Chief of Police
Chief Bill Renton is putting in his final hours on the job as he gets set to sail off into retirement. Renton says he is excited to start his next chapter.
Friendly City Jurassic Park
Woodstock is gearing up for game 6 of the NBA finals, opening the doors at Southwood arena for a local Jurassic Park viewing party.