April 20, 2017
Deuce Tattoos has proven to be a successful endeavour for its owner, Lisa Bickert, who said that her store fills a need in the area. She has managed to carve out a niche for herself. Despite being unsure about the business when she started, the tattoo parlour celebrated its second anniversary April 15.
The Art Gallery of Bancroft is starting its 2017 Artist Talk Series with a focus on animation with artist, curator and filmmaker Madi Piller.
Hastings Prince Edward District School Board’s Prom Project is back and in full swing.
Bancroft’s MusiCounts Teacher of the Year is back from the JUNOs.
More than 1,000 students in Hastings and Prince Edward counties need to get vaccinated.
The Fish and Game Club will be hosting its first wild meat social. In place of their annual wild game dinner, the social will be held.
Artist Laura Culic credits her motorcycle for introducing her to Hastings Highlands and in particular, Maynooth.
On a cloudy Tuesday morning, volunteers at the North Hastings Community Fish Hatchery prepare to release 1,480 brown trout into their new habitat. Tuesdays are the busiest day at the hatchery. A team of six men scoop nets full of fish and transfer them into large buckets, loaded into the back of a truck.
The community organizations that hosted the water rates town hall in March have released their findings.
Bancroftians packed the Legion for a chance to see magician Diego Lopez last week. The show was held by Bancroft Community Transit March 24 to fundraise for youth transportation — non-emergency transportation for youth to attend activities after school and on weekends both accessible and non-accessible, according to BCT’s website.Next Page »