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Sunshine and hope

It was a warm afternoon and a warmer welcome for the Pedal for Hope Quinte cycling team as it ended its two week tour of schools in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties...

Former Belleville woman loses home in wildfire

"A nightmare," that is how Rhonda Dunkley describes being 2470 miles away from her family and home as wildfires continue to rage out of control in Fort McMurray. The...

Boy killed in collision identified by OPP

Northumberland OPP have released the identity of the boy killed in a collision involving a dump truck yesterday afternoon. At 3:35 p.m. the Northumberland detachment of...

Berry Plastics invests in Belleville plant, province pitches in too

Belleville's Berry Plastics plant has received its first major investment in new equipment since the early 90s. The company itself is investing $7.8 million in the...

Trillium cash coming to Brighton's Proctor House

Brighton's Proctor House Museum is going to be getting a facelift, thanks to some cash from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. MPP Lou Rinaldi announced today, the museum...

Serious crash closes Cty Rd 25, near Colborne

OPP have closed County Road 25 in the Colborne area, due to a serious crash. Constable Steve Bates sent out a media alert just after 10:05 that says a stretch of the...

Golden Hawks sit and wait

The Trenton Golden Hawks will be spectators tonight as the host Kirkland Lake Gold Miners and Soo Thunderbirds fight it out in the semi finals of the Dudley-Hewitt Eastern...

Family of foxes moved from Zwick's Park

Belleville City staff say a family of foxes, which had been living in Zwick's park, will be reunited next week. Some residents had become concerned that the wild animals...

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