Linked Header

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Water Main Break on Prince Edward Street

A water main break at an apartment complex on Prince Edward Street has left 6 to a dozen people displaced from their homes.

Police and fire officials responding to the call about an hour ago. According to early reports, a lot of water was pouring into the boiler room of the building and couldn't immediately be stopped.

The Red Cross is being called in to offer assistance to the residents effected by the incident.

New Program Helps You With Your Eating

If you have a troubled relationship with food, the  Saint Joseph's Community Health Center can help you make the change You're craving.

The center is rolling out a new program called Craving Change. It aims to help participants understand why they eat the way they do, how to relax without food; and how your thoughts effect what you eat.

Clinical dietitian Bonnie Reevey says there's more to the program than just shedding those pesky extra pounds, since problem eating can be an issue for people of any shape or size.

The next session is open to anyone and starts on January 24th at Saint Joseph's Community Center. The center is located at 116 Coburg Street. Each session runs from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. There's a

Space is limited. Please call 632-5537 to register.