A 29-year-old man has been arrested for impaired and dangerous driving after his vehicle allegedly crashed into several vehicles on Highway 401 in Kingston on Friday.

Ontario Provincial Police say shortly before 8 p.m. a vehicle was moving westbound on Highway 401 at a high speed.

The vehicle hit other vehicles, then was involved in an additional crash before police were able to stop the driver.

The man, of Colborne, Ont., is facing four charges: dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop for police, resisting arrest and operation of a motor vehicle while over legal blood alcohol limit.

He is expected to appear in court for a bail hearing on Monday.



A 24-year-old Quinte West woman is facing charges after a man was stabbed during an altercation between two drivers in Amherstview, last Thursday.

Breanne Hass was wanted on charges of aggravated assault and possession of a weapon and was arrested on Friday.

The injuries of the 47-year-old victim, who was in one of the vehicles, were not life-threatening.

Anyone with any additional information is asked to call 1-888-310-1122



If the A/C is on, the doors should be closed, according to a couple of City Councilors.

A new motion put before council on Tuesday is calling for a bylaw that would prohibit doors and windows to be propped open if a building’s air conditioning is running.

The goal of the bylaw would be to cut back on greenhouse gas emissions and reduce carbon pollution.

The motion also calls for more aggressive enforcement of the city’s vehicle anti-idling bylaw.



A city committee has rejected a plan to eliminate age-based discounts from municipal services.

Members of the city’s administrative policies committee voted against the recommendation.

The resolution will still go before council next month but as a “negative recommendation.”