Haven Marshall is at home after sending 13 days in hospital, where his right arm was reattached after getting caught in a meal grinding machine.
Neil McArtney is currently a producer and reporter at Global News Kingston, moving to Kingston from the Toronto area in December of 2017.
Neil began his career in 1983 as an apprentice at a small production company in Trinidad, producing TV commercials.
He then immigrated to the UK in search of a career in news broadcasting.
He soon found his first job as a Videotape Editor, at one of England’s very first cable systems, Croydon Cable.
Rising through the ranks, Neil became Chief Production Editor and then Producer of the local newscast, Croydon Today.
Upon moving to Canada in the late 80s, Neil joined CBC as an editor on The National with Peter Mansbridge.
Neil then moved to Global News in Toronto to get back in touch with his editorial roots.
He started as an Editorial Assistant and soon was promoted to evening Assignment Editor, Field Producer and finally Special Events Producer – producing everything from ‘live’ breaking news to investigative reports.
After a 6-year stint at RogersTV in Durham Region, anchoring, producing and reporting for a hyper-local newscast, Neil rejoined the Global News family in Kingston to produce CKWS News at 6 and has now moved on to reporting for the flagship newscast.
There is confusion over changing one word in an updated Heritage Act that could put historic buildings across the province in jeopardy. The word ‘shall’ became ‘should’.
Parents and siblings of Tyler Ballance, 23, will now raise money to buy safety suits and fishing gear to help young anglers in his name.
There was a constant flow of community members dropping of donated clothing for Verona, Ont. fire victims
‘It’s a tragedy,’ says Jessie Hendrickson, a resident of the burned-out building. ‘Everybody’s life has just turned to dust overnight.’
Quinte West OPP say they got multiple 911 calls about a car driving the wrong way on Highway 401 near Belleville on Wednesday morning
Just weeks into his new job at JBS Foods Canada in Belleville, Haven Marshall got his right arm caught in a grinding machine.
The Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington MPP posted a photo showing 15 people around a table celebrating a holiday meal.
Prudence O’Marra is devastated that her prized six-foot-tall Grinch was stolen in the early hours on Christmas morning and just wants it back with no questions asked.
The heritage building at Princess and Victoria streets in Kingston’s Williamsville neighbourhood collapsed Christmas morning.
This is the story of a Kingston woman who is finding some peace this holiday season, in helping those who were there during her darkest hours.
Are travel restrictions within Ontario and provincial cities enforceable?
Two home owners are safe after a transport truck slams into their home. The truck driver later dies of his injuries.
The Ford government has ordered a one month lockdown. The second since March.
One woman was taken to hospital with smoke inhalation after a house fire in Belleville, while damage to a vacant building in Kingston is estimated at half a million dollars.