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Naturalists protest provincial cuts to environmental programs

Story and photos by Sharon Harrison Local naturalists who last year praised MPP Todd Smith’s work to save endangered species by eliminating industrial wind turbines on the South Shore of Prince Edward County, this week protested his government’s proposed elimination and reduction of many environmental programs. The Prince Edward County Field Naturalists, Quinte Field Naturalists […]

Flood warning remains with more rain on the way

With more rain and a risk of thunderstorms expected for Thursday afternoon, the flood warning for Lake Ontario and Bay of Quinte remains in effect. Though Friday is expected to be sunny and warmer, rain is forecast to return on the weekend. Lake Ontario continues to rise and there is a 50 per cent chance […]

Shatterbox invites you to The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs

Prince Edward County’s Shatterbox Theatre will offer a new twist on a gothic fairytale this weekend. The troupe opens its second season at the Regent Theatre with the thrilling production The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs, by award-winning Canadian playwright Carole Fréchette, May 24-26. “It’s a reimagined telling of Charles Perrault’s 1697 […]

County’s youth shine on stage in ROC’n Revue

Prince Edward County youth shone on the Regent Stage as they showcased their talent supported and coached by community professionals. Funds raised at the show go toward keeping the youth centre on Picton’s Main Street open and to provide program supplies, healthy snacks, transportation, educational field trips and workshops. Opened in the fall of 2017 […]

Two PECI teachers honoured with ‘Great Place Awards’

Two Prince Edward Collegiate Institute teachers invited to a presentation to honour each other Thursday morning, didn’t know they were both to receive top honours from the school board. Teachers Lisa Fraser and Matthew Sheahan were honoured with Great Place Awards – the highest recognition at Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board – which […]

Senior Panthers fill sandbags for community members in need

While Lake Ontario and the Bay of Quinte remain under a flood watch, students at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute did their part to assist community members in need of sandbags Wednesday. Secondary Panthers filled sandbags for residents physically unable to fill their own. Each grade donated half a class period to fill the bags with […]

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