Police Chief Corry McMullan

Chief Cory McMullan presented the Belleville Police Services’ 2013 Annual Report at a police board meeting at City Hall on Sept. 18.

Belleville Police seeing decrease in crime calls

Numbers from the Belleville Police Services’ 2013 annual report suggest that the city has been getting safer over the past five years.

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Mother Mother ready to rock Peterborough

Mother Mother ready to rock Peterborough

With a new album out November 4, Vancouver-based alt rockers Mother Mother are hitting the road with a much-anticipated date in Peterborough...

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Fire donation

The Insurance Protection Group’s Norwood office presented 35 fleece blankets each to fire departments in Havelock-Belmont-Methuen, Asphodel-Norwood and Trent Hills during their open house. In the photo are (l-r) Angela Yarrow, Leslie Campbell, Insurance Protectors Group president Dwayne Day, Doug Irvine of the Trent Hills Fire Department’s Hastings station, Denise Moring, Asphodel-Norwood Fire Chief Darryl Payne, Havelock-Belmont-Methuen firefighter Heather Chandler and Lorraine Plumbe.

Blanket donations to fire departments “a great thing”

At a fire or accident scene a blanket gently wrapped around someone’s shoulders can go a long way toward easing the stress of the moment...

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Ready to run

The tenth annual Tony Edwards 5K Challenge on October 4 will benefit the Ontario Early Years Centre and Campbellford Memorial Hospital. Looking forward to the big day are (l-r) CMH chief executive Brad Hilker, Camille Edwards, Lynn Stoltz, Alan Moorey, Olivia Moorey, Georgia Moorey, Joshua Stoltz, Sam Kelly, Early Years Centre education and resource co-ordinator and Angie Nestoruk of the Hastings OEYC.

Edwards Challenge ready for milestone run

The Tony Edwards 5K Challenge is gearing up for its milestone tenth anniversary fund-raising walk-run run on October 4. Campbellford...

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Students to work on Habitat for Humanity project– Image 1

Loyalist instructor Tom Falcao (l) and Habitat for Humanity site supervisor Jon Lawrence (r) show a blueprint of their new project to Ann Drennan, the Dean for the School of Applied Sciences, Skills and Technology.

Students to work on Habitat for Humanity project

A duplex planned for 211 Sidney Street in Quinte West will represent much more than homes for two young families. It will also represent a...

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Quinte Symphony to start season with out-of-this-world show– Image 1

Patrick Headley will be the conductor for the Quinte Symphony's October 5 performance of Music of the Stars.

Quinte Symphony to start season with out-of-this-world show

The Quinte Symphony will start its 2014-2015 season with a show that will-figuratively speaking-take its audience out of this world.

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Quinte West to Belleville trek raises funds for YMCA's Strong Kids cam– Image 1

Bernie Ouellet (r) gives the thumbs up as he walks along Victoria Avenue with Wayne Dewe by his side. The two walked from the Quinte West YMCA to the Belleville YMCA last Friday morning to raise funds for the Strong Kids Campaign.

Quinte West to Belleville trek raises funds for YMCA's Strong Kids campaign

If you've ever wondered how difficult it is to walk from the north end of Trenton to the west end of Belleville know this: it takes about...

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Anniversary sailpast– Image 1

Donny Maracle, left, as commander of the Bay of Quinte Power and Sail Squadron, and Dale Holland, commodore of the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club, share the salute taking for a season-ending sailpast to mark the 60th anniversary of the power squadron on Sunday, September 7.

Anniversary sailpast

A perfect Sunday afternoon on the Bay of Quinte greeted participants in a sailpast to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Bay of Quinte...

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New Brunswick voters go to polls Monday, jobs big issue in 32-day campaign

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ISIL names Canada as one of its enemies

ISIL recording lists Canada as one of its enemies; threatens civilians

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First World War a crucible for medicine

Unprecedented injuries from WWI spawned medical advances still used today

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Blair: Airstrikes alone won't defeat Islamic State; West must be ready to commit ground forces

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South Africa: Park staff arrested for poaching

South African parks service says 3 of its employees arrested on suspicion of rhino poaching

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