November 2015 Archive

Bancroft peewee Jets girls soar past Ennismore

The Leveque Brothers/Rock Breaker peewee Girls travelled to Lakefield  Saturday  to take on the Ennismore Eagles. With this being their only game of the weekend, ...

Tough weekend for the boys’ bantam Jets

Friday night, the Bierworth Readi-Mix Bantams were on the road to take on the Ennismore Eagles. Ennismore took an early 2-0 lead in the first ...

Girls’ bantam Jets emerge undefeated

The Camp Red Eagle/Parkview Dental Girls Bantam Bancroft Jets played the Keene Wolverines in Keene Saturday, Nov. 21 and dominated the game! First period #4 ...

Playhouse line-up packed for holiday celebrations

It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas with a festive December schedule at the Bancroft Village Playhouse. With events including live music, films and ...

Businesses decorate trees for hospital fundraiser

Auxiliary vice-president Mike Brooks, director Patti Erwin, and past president Rose Goodwin with the banner and welcome tree at the cafe entrance. TONY PEARSON Special ...

Doctor donates to build outdoor activity trails

By Tony Pearson As a doctor, Greg Cooper encourages his patients to live a healthy lifestyle. But he also sets an example. This summer, he ...

Pepin’s No Frills celebrates a decade in business

Pepin’s No Frills celebrated their 10th year anniversary in Bancroft on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Not only have they been a staple here in town as ...

‘Devil’s elbow’ has bedeviled Wollaston council

The Old Hastings Road at “devil’s elbow” where Wollaston Township was hoping to reduce the sharpness of the curve on a steep grade. JIM EADIE ...

Small number attend town hall meeting

The town council of Bancroft held its second town hall meeting of the year last Tuesday at Club 580.  Unlike the previous lively meeting held ...

Maynooth’s foundation rock solid

Associates of the Maynooth and Hastings Highlands Business Association complete the finishing touches on the revitalization sign, found at the west end of Highway 28, ...

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