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School board seeks input for 2019-2020 calendar

School board seeks input for 2019-2020 calendar

Each year Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board consults with employees, parents, guardians, students, community members and community partners about the dates for the school year calendar. HPEDSB coordinates the dates with the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, and the Limestone District School Board, due to having common bus schedules through Tri-Board […]

Expect a mixed blast of winter in this storm

Expect a mixed blast of winter in this storm

Many Prince Edward County residents were “storm shopping” for supplies Monday as hazardous winter conditions are expected Tuesday into Wednesday. Total snowfall amounts anywhere from 20 to 35 cm are likely – mixed in with ice pellets and wind – before the snow tapers off during the day Wednesday. Environment Canada says snow begins Tuesday […]

Traffic disrupted near Giant Tiger Monday

Traffic disrupted near Giant Tiger Monday

There was a traffic disruption Monday as contractors were installing utility conduit under Elizabeth Street in Picton Monday Feb. 11, which resulted in a partial closure of Elizabeth Street. Access was still be available to the parking lot at the corner of Elizabeth Street and Picton Main Street from the Picton Main Street end of […]

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County Food Hub breaks ground with proud supporters

County Food Hub breaks ground with proud supporters

Story and photos by Sharon Harrison In a ceremonial groundbreaking, the Prince Edward County Food Hub was officially launched at Sophiasburgh Central School Friday before an invited crowd. Instead of shovels hitting the proverbial frozen ground outside, County Food Hub chair Mike Farrell and vice-chair Todd Foster, brandished a gold crow bar and mallet inside […]

Bread and bakery products recalled due to mice infestation

Bread and bakery products recalled due to mice infestation

There may be much more than you want in your next sandwich if you’re using Betty brand and Nancy’s Fancy Yummy in the Tummy brand bakery products. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says the products may be unsafe due to possible contamination from mice infestation at the manufacturing plant. The affected products were sold […]

Sign up for child and family programs at The HUB

Sign up for child and family programs at The HUB

With renovations at the HUB Child Care Centre almost complete, additional infant, toddler and preschool spaces are being added to thet location. To register, contact Margie McConnell, Child Care Administrator, at 613-476-5566 or email margiem@thehubcentre.ca For more about The HUB Child and Family Centre, click here to visit the website 

Free event with Dr. Niigaan Sinclair on Truth and Reconciliation in Canada

Free event with Dr. Niigaan Sinclair on Truth and Reconciliation in Canada

Author, activist and professor Dr. Niigaan Sinclair is coming to Belleville for an exclusive presentation to bring understanding, positivity and reflection to the work around Truth and Reconciliation within Canada. Hosted by Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board, the community event Monday, Feb. 11 is open to everybody at no charge. Registration in advance […]

Space to Spoon launches at the National Air Force Museum of Canada

Space to Spoon launches at the National Air Force Museum of Canada

What does a satellite orbiting 798 km from Earth have to do with the food on our plate? The Space to Spoon exhibition coming to 8 Wing Trenton demonstrates how Space technology benefits Canadian farmers and sustainable agriculture. It also highlights the Canadian Space Agency’s Earth observation satellite, RADARSAT-2, and its cutting-edge successor, RADARSAT Constellation. […]

Police seek information related to second claim of being drugged

Police seek information related to second claim of being drugged

Ontario Provincial Police, Prince Edward Detachment Crime Unit investigated allegations on Oct. 18, 2018 that a female had been unknowingly drugged. As a result of the ongoing investigation, search warrants were obtained and evidence was seized relating to the occurrence including computers and cellphones. A 64-year-old male residing in Ameliasburgh was arrested and charged with: […]

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