Waterways

Jewell Cunningham, director Ontario Waterways, spoke to Economic Development and Revitalization Committee at city hall.

Trent Severn Waterway changes highlighted at committee meeting

A presentation to the Economic Development and Revitalization Committee was made by Jewell Cunningham, director of Ontario Waterways.

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Economic development

Mike Kotsovos is the chair of the Economic Development and Revitalization Committee.

Staff to consider placing docks behind Trenton's Riverfront Square

A request from Kotsovos Group to relocate three to five docks from the vacant Robert Patrick Marina to RiverFront Square is being considered...

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Centre opening

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the open house and customer appreciation day today for the ServiceOntario Centre in Campbellford, which had renovations done last weekend: front from left, Diane Matheson and Sandra Campbell, part-time licensing agents; Rosemary Prior with the Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services; back row, from left, Fern Julia, Chamber of Commerce director; Trent Hills Mayor Hector Macmillan; and Chamber of Commerce President Jeff Hamilton.

Open house and ribbon cutting showcases renovations at ServiceOntario centre

The Campbellford ServiceOntario Centre was the setting for a ribbon-cutting ceremony today to celebrate the facelift it received last...

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Friends of Ferris

Here is a group who participated in one of the free Friends of Ferris guided tours last November. Tours start again on May 5: front from left, Gordon Rigby, Susan Lyght, Elizabeth Niederhauser, Kathy Curle, Mary Fahey, Cathy Dunnett, Linda Belknap, Teresa Miller, Julie Chidwick and Katherine Curle.

Friends of Ferris to host free walking tours again

Dust off your sneakers, dig out your walking gear and even bring your Nordic poles because the Friends of Ferris (FofF)will be hosting the...

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28th Annual Peterborough Greenwing Fishing Derby

Mica Pujic shows off a catch during the annual Peterborough Greenwing Fishing Derby on April 25.

Lift Lock packed for 28th Greenwing Fishing Derby

PETERBOROUGH -- Both sides of the Peterborough Lift Lock were lined with rods Saturday morning (April 25) for the annual Peterborough...

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HUGHES

Scott Hughes, 47, was arrested by Toronto pollice in a child exploitation investigation. Police believe he may have had other victims.

Toronto man arrested at Pearson airport as part of child exploitation investigation

Toronto’s Scott Hughes, 47, has been arrested and charged with luring a person under 16 and invitation to sexual touching.

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Senate had time for cops, not Duffy: lawyer-Image1

Suspended Senator Mike Duffy arrives at the courthouse for his trial in Ottawa, Friday, April 17, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

More time for trial might be needed, Mike Duffy’s lawyer says

Judge Charles Vaillancourt testy after assistant Crown attorney Jason Neubauer leads senate official to give opinion and defence lawyer...

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Coffee pods

Keurig Green Mountain Inc. K-Cup coffee packs are seen on March 5, 2015 in Miami, Florida. John Sylvan the inventor of the popular Keurig K-Cups is reported to have said that he regrets making the non-recyclable, single-serve coffee pods, because they are bad for the environment.

Guelph researchers help develop compostable coffee pod

Terrie Jarvis loves the convenience of her Keurig coffee machine. Instead of making a whole pot she can make one quick cup at a time. It’s...

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News From Beyond Belleville Region

World

Canada to send disaster aid team to Nepal

At least 388 Canadians registered in earthquake devastated Nepal: officials

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World

Nepal quake: At least 1,500 dead, Everest shaken

Over 1,000 die in powerful Nepal quake that rips cities, crumbles history and shakes Everest

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Ontario

Chief relieved amid Kashechewan evacuation

Chief relieved as 388 more people evacuated from Kashechewan on Saturday

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Ontario

Rainbow District high schools strike Monday

Rainbow District School Board in Sudbury, Ont. will go on strike Monday

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Canada

Vessel that spilled fuel in B.C. leaves Canada

Vessel that spilled fuel in B.C. deemed safe, allowed to leave Canadian waters

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