Retiring after 50 years

Claude Leclair is retiring from the barbering business after 50 years in Tweed. He stands with his wife Georgette in front of his Jamieson Street trailer/barber shop which has been a fixture in the village for years.

Fifty years behind the barber’s chair

Claude Leclair is bringing a fifty-year tradition as a Tweed barber to a close.

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Lynda Reid, Sandra Stronach and Catherine Ferland, members in good standing of the Friendly Brats Institute (FBI), a club they formed in Grade 8, returned to the school that opened when they began Grade 9.

Belmont Babes

The Belmont Babes from Havelock, (l-r) Brenda Card, Julie Bearcroft, Gina Morton, Marilyn Liscomb and Barb Stricker, participated in the fifth annual Kms. For Care five-kilometre walk-run for Peterborough Community Care at Trent University. Absent from the photo but part of the team were Bev English, Laurie Deshane and Karen Legrow.

Belmont Babes and friends rock the run

The Belmont Babes and their friends in the Havelock Town Hall Wellness program rocked the fifth annual Kms. For Care fundraising walk-run at...

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Mary Fox of Gilmour was pleased to see that she had gained a lovely hand crafted personal hair accessory wall mount, including hair dryer and various hair care products. The unit was donated by Christine Gear Decorative Painting of Eldorado.

CCCH dinner and auction at Eldorado Hall a success

The Community Care for Central Hastings dinner and auction was held Saturday, May 2, in the Eldorado Town Hall on Highway 62. By all...

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Hiking for Hospice

Over 34 supporters of Heart of Hastings Hospice set off on the trails at O’Hara Mill Homestead and Conservation area in Madoc Township, May 3, for the annual Hike for Hospice benefit, raising $6,852.52 to support Hospice House in Madoc.

Hikers rally for Heart of Hastings Hospice

It was a festive rally for the Heart of Hastings Hospice at O’Hara Mill Homestead and Conservation Area, Sunday, May 3.

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Hors d'oevres

Quinte Secondary School student Jeremy Bernhartt shows some hors d’oeuvres that were served at Food for Learning’s Student Benefit Auction at the Avaya plant on Thursday, April 30. The theme for the event was A Night in Paris.

Oh la la; Food for Learning’s Paris-themed auction est formidable

Quinte-area children need the Food for Learning program. Fortunately, people in this community know it. Food for Learning’s eighth annual...

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Group 2B carcinogens

6 food ingredients that sound dangerous, but aren’t

6 food ingredients that sound dangerous, but aren’t

    It seems that the more food information becomes available to us, the more food misinformation seems to spread as well....

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Fact-checking 10 claims made by parents against the Ontario sex-ed curriculum

Parents and students protest Ontario's new sex ed curriculum outside Premier Kathleen Wynne's constituency office on Monday.

Fact-checking 10 claims made by parents against the Ontario sex-ed curriculum

Criticisms appearing in opponents' letters appear to misunderstand or distort much of the curriculum’s content

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Events In Belleville Region

Belly Dancing Class

Thu May 7 | 9:30 AM

International Folk Dancing

Thu May 7 | 2:00 PM

The 4th Annual Student Art Show

Thu May 7 | 6:30 PM

HTELC Spring Concert

Thu May 7 | 7:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Thu May 7 | 7:00 PM

Alice in Wonderland

Fri May 8 | 5:00 PM

The Children's Imagination...

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