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Transit funding gives boost to expand Quinte Access services in the County

Prince Edward County will use a transit grant of more than $100,000 from the federal and provincial governments to expand services offered through Quinte Access. Mayor Robert Quaiff was pleased to see the funding for the County as part of nearly $16.6 million in infrastructure funds announced Friday at Belleville’s Transit Terminal on Pinnacle Street. […]

Apple Blossom event funds presented to County Kids Read

St John’s Anglican Church in Waupoos presented more than $1,300 in funds raised from the Apple Blossom Festival to the County Kids Read program. Anne Preston, of County Kids Read is shown with Rev. Ada Clifton, Brenda Hellyer, one of the Apple Blossom organizers, and Jenifer Dean from County Cider who hosted the Apple Blossom […]

No reduction in farm tax ratio; committee to help young farmers

Prince Edward County Council has voted to keep the current farm tax ratio at 25 per cent but hopes a new committee with find solutions to assist young farmers struggling with skyrocketing tax assessments. Of the many plights this council has seen over the past years, including wind turbines, size of council and Save Picton […]

Tweet for Ospreys – nature’s indicators of water quality health

The Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan seeks volunteer citizen scientists equipped with smart phones to help locate and monitor Osprey’s nests around the Bay of Quinte. The goal is to establish a long-term monitoring program to ensure the Osprey population remains healthy and abundant. Why monitor ospreys? “Because Ospreys eat fish almost exclusively, and […]

March Break family fun all week at the County’s libraries

March Break family fun continues at the Prince Edward County Public Library branches this week. While there is a waiting list for the Junkyard Symphony on Tuesday afternoon, there are a few free tickets remaining for the David Archibald show Saturday, March 17 at 11 a.m. at the Wellington library. Archibald has written and performed […]

Change your clocks, change your batteries

Set your clock forward one hour before you go to bed Saturday as daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday morning. Prince Edward County firefighters remind everybody to use the time change as a reminder to also change batteries in household smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

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