Jake Grimes

Former Belleville Bulls assistant coach Jake Grimes is preparing for a number of summer hockey camps this August, even though the OHL franchise that once ran them has left town.

Bulls hockey camps to continue, despite absence of OHL

The Belleville Bulls Ontario Hockey League team may be gone, but work is underway to ensure the summer hockey camps once run by the...

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Committee formed

Tweed’s new ODRAP committee meets with Jon King of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing to discuss fundraising and claims review. Twenty-one claims for a total of $240,000 have been submitted and the committee hopes to begin a final review of these by mid-May. From left: Beverly Shepherd, Joan VanMeer, Shelly Reed, Jon King, Chris Foran and Burt Sherry.

Disaster relief assistance committee formed

An Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program (ODRAP) committee has finally been formed for the Tweed area after the first attempt at...

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Team Green

Team Green members show off their Tim Hortons Community Cleanup T-shirts before taking part in the annual community cleanup in Havelock.

Team Green helps with Havelock cleanup

Team green pitched in big time to help with Havelock’s annual community cleanup.

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Trenval

Glenn Kozak attended the Economic Development Committee meeting at city hall. Here he listens to Suzanne Andrews speak.

Trenval still very much in business says Kozak

Trenval is not going out of business, confirmed Glenn Kozak at the Economic Development and Revitalization Committee.

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Horses help

Laurie Smith, project manager with the Trent Hills Physician Recruitment and Retention Committee, on the left, took part in a pilot workshop on “Medicine and Horsemanship: Transforming the Doctor-Patient Relationship.” She said she and other participants Susan Redhead, Sarah Gibson, Emilie Beyls and Lawrie Hamilton, were “amazed” by what they learned.

Horses can help health professionals provide better service to patients

Health care providers who could use some help with their bedside manner might want to spend a couple of days with horses.

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Trash bash

Hayden Newson looks at a map of Belleville on a registration table at Market Square being watched by Marissa Hill and Avery Bertrand during the Quinte Trash Bash event. Trash Bash volunteers Pat Bertrand and Gary Magwood were also there to lend a hand.

Belleville embraces Trash Bash

The City of Belleville looked a lot cleaner at the end of the week than it did at the start.

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Adventure Class show

Eight-year-old William Tomlinson and his father Bill are pictured underneath works of art created by students in Queen Victoria’s Adventure Class, an “alternative” education program run by the Hastings & Prince Edward District School Board. Students’ work was shown at the John M. Parrott Art Gallery on Saturday.

Adventure Class takes creative approach to education

Queen Victoria School’s Adventure Class is doing to education what perhaps Edouard Manet did to painting: take a different approach.

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Home Show

Jennifer Rushlow gives out tourism promotions for the city of Quinte West to Tony Horricks and Riley, one and a-half years old.

Bay of Quinte Home Show starts the season with fresh ideas

You could get anything you wanted at the Bay of Quinte Home Show last weekend in Trenton Community Gardens. The show, hosted by the Quinte...

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