Jack Miller sits in a CJBQ studio. The popular sports director, hockey broadcaster and city councillor recently celebrated achieving 40 years of...

Jack of all trades marks 40 years behind microphone

He is Belleville’s Jack of all trades. Jack Miller is a local radio personality, the voice of the...

Here's 10 ridiculous excuses during RIDE spot-checks

Here's 10 ridiculous excuses during RIDE spot-checks

The fear of being caught drinking and driving, together with threats of losing your driver's licence, having a criminal record and...

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Council updated

Andrew Rusynyk is general manager of Batawa Ski Hill.

Update on Batawa Ski season presented to Quinte West council

An update on the Batawa Ski hill was presented to council in a delegation on December 15 by general manager Andrew Rusynyk.

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Bakery closing

Councillor Don DeGenova has been meeting with the owners of Sweet Temptations Bakery, Jodi Keethler (shown here) and Guselle St. Jean to help find sources of support for their struggling bakery which is scheduled to close in January.

Sweet Temptations Bakery will close

Sympathy and concern for Tweed’s economic future were widespread in the village as news spread that Sweet Temptations Bakery will be closing...

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Service medal

Captain Sharlene Matacheskie was awarded a service medal from the Order of St. John for her years of service dedicated to the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Presenting the medal are Captain Chad Paranuik and Captain Roy Matacheskie.

Cadet leader honoured for service

Captain Sharlene Matacheskie is well known for her role with the Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps 385, serving 14 years as an officer, with...

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Spirit of giving

Stirling Legion volunteers Barb Drensek, Susan Wilson, Donna Graff and Ruby Williams prepare to load Christmas boxes with food and household items for five area families registered with the Community Cupboard.

Legion members are in the Christmas spirit

It has been a busy year for members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 228 and the Christmas season has proved to be more of the same.

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Lots of toys

Norwood Lions Club members Vern Stockdale and Al Partington stand with some of the toys that were donated during their annual Christmas toy drive. The Club prepared boxes for 31 families with gifts for 83 children.

Generosity matches increase in toy requests

Community generosity has matched an increase in the number of requests for Christmas toys packed in gift boxes by the Norwood Lions Club.

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Events In Belleville Region

Queensborough Family Christmas

Sun Dec 21 | 2:00 PM

Christmas Concert

Sun Dec 21 | 3:00 PM


Sun Dec 21 | 7:00 PM

Aladdin, The Panto - Adult Version

Sun Dec 21 | 8:00 PM

Come Visit Santa!

Mon Dec 22 | 10:00 AM

Upcoming Events

Wed Dec 24 | 12:00 AM

Community Christmas Dinner

Mon Dec 29 | 12:00 AM

VON Brighton Adult Day Program...

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