April 2018 Archive

Council sending concerns to school board

Hastings Highlands council wants Hastings Prince Edward District School Board to know it’s concerned about how area schools compare to those across the province.

Quarry continues peer review process

Those looking to stay updated on the Freymond quarry should know there isn’t any word yet.

Hastings Highlands nominates senior of the year

Hastings Highlands has nominated Chris Hass as its 2018 Senior of the Year.

Hockey changing for youngest players

The game is changing for young hockey families. Initiate level, tyke and novice players won’t be returning to the same ice dynamics they remember for the next few years.

Community that volunteers together, sticks together

Bancroft’s volunteer community has taken a moment to recognize its own hard work.

Reva Realty grows roots in Bancroft

If you’re looking for Reva Realty, look no further than the Art Gallery of Bancroft.

Put an end to plastics

If you plan to participate in community Earth Day events (some were postponed until better weather) keep an eye out for plastics.

Hastings Highlands hesitates on fireworks bylaw

Hastings Highlands residents won’t be able to set off fireworks in the municipality if a new bylaw passes — except for on a handful of days.

Province planning for floods

The province wants you to protect your property from flooding this year.

Belleville refutes long-term care homes increase

Belleville has come in for some sharp criticism from Hastings County council members following its recent decision to refuse the county’s request for additional funding to support Belleville’s Hastings Manor and Hastings Centennial Manor in Bancroft.

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