February 2016 Archive

Cathy Jones a big hit at Bancroft Village Playhouse

“It was truly amazing to see everyone leave the theatre happy,” said Barb Shaw, communications co-ordinator for Hospice North Hastings.

Community gardens offer more than food

If Jane Kali had her way, there would be vegetable gardens everywhere throughout the area, with everyone having access to grow some of their own food.

A lesson from my garden

By Jim Eadie Special to This Week This past week I attended a community garden meeting, and rubbing shoulders with other gardening lovers has riveted ...

Peewee Boys’ Jets off to the semi-finals

Saturday, Feb. 20 the Vito’s Pizzeria Peewee Boys’ Jets brought back the fourth game of the quarter finals to their home ice taking on the ...

Bantam Boys’ Jets off to the semifinals

The Bierworth Readi-Mix Bantams Jets were at home Saturday for game four against Campbellford. The first period was full of action, but with Campbellford getting ...

Atom Jets soar above Ennismore Eagles

The Bancroft Auto Body Atom Jets played home and home games against Ennismore AE this past weekend. The Jets travelled to Ennismore Friday night and ...

Peewee girls tie Ice Kats, defeat Comets

In the fourth game of provincial play downs, the Leveque Brothers/Rock Breaker Bancroft Peewee Girls’ Jets were in Haliburton on home ice to see the ...

Ice climbers to scale frozen waterfalls

You’ve seen them all winter long on Eagle’s Nest. Now is your chance to see them up close at Diamond Lake, south of Combermere. Beginners ...

Accident results in charge of impaired driving

During the evening hours on Feb. 18, police responded to a report of a single motor vehicle collision, outside of a residence on Old Hastings ...

OTF funding application workshops

The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is hosting free workshops for potential nonprofit grant applicants during the month of March, with a focus specifically on the ...

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