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Bay of Quinte a blue wave in federal Liberal minority government

BY OLIVIA TIMM and TOM HARRISON The Bay of Quinte riding has returned to its historic conservative leanings with the election of Ryan Williams over incumbent Liberal Neil Ellis in Monday’s 44th general federal election. As of 1 a.m. with 210 of 217 polls reporting, Williams was leading the riding with just over 40 per […]

Bay of Quinte candidates meet for final debate under the stars

Story and photo by Tom Harrison “According to the polls,” says Prince Edward County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lesley Lavender, “the election is currently a toss-up.” With these words Lavender introduced the Bay of Quinte federal election candidates, who gathered under the stars last Thursday night at the Eddy farm in Wellington for a […]

County cyclist’s gold medal win qualifies for worlds – but he won’t be going

Rob Legge, of Cressy, has cycled his way into world championship competition next month – but he won’t compete there, feeling that travel to Europe may not be safe during the pandemic. Still, it was a goal met as he has been cycling for about 18 years, following success as a track runner, including competition […]

Firefighters battled stubborn blaze at historic west-end Bloomfield home

UPDATE: Road now re-opened. A portion of the west end of Bloomfield Main Street remains closed as more than two dozen firefighters battle a stubborn blaze combined with dense smoke. Firefighters from Picton and Hallowell stations were called to the scene just before 9:30 a.m., joined by Hastings Quinte paramedics, police and Hydro One which […]

County taxidermist’s remarkable collection officially unveiled for public viewing

By Andrea Harrison with photos by Tom Harrison A one-of-a-kind exhibit by a distinguished County taxidermist is now open to the public at the Ameliasburgh Heritage Village. The initiative was first imagined 13 years ago when the family of Jake de Vries inherited more than 500 items he had crafted over more than 50 years. […]

Demolition has begun for two Sandbanks heritage homes

By Sue Capon The two heritage homes at Sandbanks Provincial Park are being ripped apart to rubble today as a handful of citizens watch. “Despite repeated requests from the citizens group, Save Heritage Sandbanks Homes (SHSH), the PEC Heritage Advisory Committee and the mayor and council, the demolition of the Hyatt House at Sandbanks Park […]

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