Highway 62 North gets connecting link funding

July 8, 2020

by KRISTENA SCHUTT-MOORE, Staff The Town of Bancroft has announced that work on Hastings Street North will be able to proceed next year thanks to ...

Covid-19 Coronavirus Cancellations/Changes

by Kristena Schutt-Moore This is a list of cancellations, closures and scheduling changes made in regards to safety concerns with the spread of Coronavirus or ...

Actual prevention

Feb. 11, 2020 By Nate Smelle Every spring since the first of three 100-year-floods hit cottage country in 2013, communities throughout North Hastings have had ...

NH celebrates first Culture Days

Oct. 8, 2019 By Nate Smelle Last weekend, more than 40 local artists and businesses joined forces to help North Hastings host its first ever ...

St. Paul’s hosts bazaar and bake sale

Aug. 13, 2019 By Kristena Schutt-Moore The scent of baked goods filled the Lake St. Peter Community Centre on Saturday, Aug. 10 as the tables ...

Bancroft budget deliberations begin

During the March 28 special meeting, Bancroft council had their first peek at the draft of the 2018 budget drawn up by the municipal staff with directions from council. Treasurer Arthur Smith told council the proposal would result in a 3.66 per cent reduction in property taxes. This complies with the direction from council that the 2018 budget reflect a two per cent reduction in expenditures that relied on 2017 property taxation, alongside the anticipated 1.8 per cent increase in property tax assessment.

Bancroft OPP accepting unwanted guns without penalty in April

The Ontario Provincial Police and municipal police services are holding a gun amnesty during the month of April. The Gun Amnesty is for any Ontario ...

Clark Lake boat launch still not settled

Bancroft town council was called to a special meeting on March 28 to sort out several pressing issues, and to conduct an open session public meeting required by the Planning Act. The purpose of the open session was to gather information from citizens of the municipality regarding a proposed bylaw to prohibit boat launching from the current municipal land on Clark Lake at the second intake zone.

Community to Jam for Jesse

Maynoothians and community members from Hastings Highlands and surrounding area are coming together to help a local musician.

Electric car charging station idea short-circuited

By Jim Eadie Wollaston council’s initial enthusiasm for participating in the province of Ontario’s Electric Vehicle Charger Program was dashed by a short circuit delivered ...

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