First War images

This photo of troops mustering on King Street in Colborne and numerous other photos will be on display in Northumberland Went to War, a satellite exhibit that re-opens the Heritage Room Gallery at the Colborne Art Gallery, 51 King St. E. Photo submitted

Rittwage retiring

Anna Rittwage said her 10 years as president of Save Our Heritage Organization was “a lot of work” but “very rewarding.” John Campbell/Metroland

New hospice director

The Bridge Hospice has welcomed Kerri-Anne Wilson as director of clinical services and operations. Photo submitted.

Proctor House

Anna Rittwage said it was “like a city on wheels” when the production company arrived at Proctor House Museum last month to film scenes for an upcoming episode of Murdoch's Mysteries. Photo submitted

Park is a gem for community

Rose Ellery surrounded by friends, family and supporters of the Rose Ellery Park, takes in the latest additions to the park, on Saturday, Oct. 15. Sarah Hyatt/Metroland.

Mayor for a day

Mayor Mark Walas presents Grade 9 ENSS student Aidan Hussey with a gift on behalf of council, on Monday, Oct. 17. Sarah Hyatt/Metroland.


Don Mathews, right, is joined by former Havelock Belmont Methuen principal Wayne Greenley at the school’s 50th anniversary celebration in 2013.

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