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Limerick public works supervisor updates council

January 12, 2022

By Mike Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter At their meeting on Dec 20, Limerick Township council heard from Les Rowley, the public works supervisor, who ...

Schools will not be contact traced for COVID-19

By Kristena Schutt-Moore The Hastings Prince Edward District School Board held their first meeting of 2022 on Jan. 3 to discuss the announcement from the ...

Memorial golf tournament aims to help those suffering with addiction

By Nate Smelle As the COVID-19 pandemic approaches its third year, the extent of its indirect impact on society is becoming more evident. Because of ...

Health Unit increases vaccine appointments in South Algonquin

By Mike Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter On Jan. 5, Bancroft This Week asked Jim Etmanski, the executive director of the South Algonquin Family Health ...

Ontario reports record number of intensive care patients with COVID-19

By Nate Smelle On the frigid morning of Tuesday, Jan. 11 Ontarians awoke to discover that the province had set another record in the fight ...

OSSTF calls on premier to do more to protect students and staff during the pandemic

By Nate Smelle With the more transmissible Omicron variant of COVID-19 smashing the record for the number of daily cases in Ontario over the holidays, ...

HH council reviews first draft of 2022 capital budget

By Nate Smelle Hastings Highlands council had a chance to review the first draft of the municipality’s 2022 capital budget at their meeting on Dec. ...

2022 Wondaers of Wetlands Field Day seeks support from Limerick

By Mike Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter At their meeting on Dec. 20, Limerick Township council received a letter in their agenda package from Ian ...

Tudor and Cashel COVID-19 vaccination policy meets with some community criticism

By Mike Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter At their Dec. 7 meeting, Tudor and Cashel Township council passed their COVID-19 vaccination policy, which was missing ...

Auxiliary gets hospital its Christmas wish list

By Kristena Schutt-Moore Over the past year the North Hastings District Hospital Auxiliary volunteers worked to raise $40,000 to help the North Hastings Fund Development ...

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