Get fit

Back (l-r):Galen Nuttall - Director of Business Development, Freedom 55 Financial, Adam Burr - Sales Representative, RE/MAX Quinte Ltd. Brokerage, Kirsten Walt - Graduate of Loyalist College Paralegal program; Volunteer, Karen Parker - Executive Director, Belleville Downtown Improvement Association, Charlene Bessin - Managing Consultant, Belleville Small Business Centre, Thomas Chang - Owner of Thomas' Wood Creations and Summer Company graduate, Paul Crane - CEO and founder of Local Text Markete

Youth Get Fit for Business through YMCA program

Youth of all ages were invited to drop by the Quinte West YMCA on Tuesday, March 24, after 4:30 p.m. to participate in a fast-paced race...

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Saving turtles

Bay Regional Veterinary Hospital Doctors Naomi Scromeda (l) and Linda Hack (r) flank Sue Carstairs of the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre. The two vets received training to help injured turtles.

Belleville vet clinic receives training to care for injured turtles

A Belleville veterinary clinic has formed a partnership with the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre that will hopefully save some turtle lives.

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Shaving the budget

David Clazie, CAO Charlie Murphy and Public Works director Chris Angelo answer questions from council.

Quinte West Council grapples with ways to reduce operating budget

Council is grappling with ways to reduce a proposed 5.46 per cent tax hike in its 2015 operating budget.

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Star-struck

Students from Nicholson Catholic College and Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School pose for a picture with some famous actors during a tour of Warner Brothers Studios. Among those pictured are stars of Mom, Anna Faris and Allison Janney and Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt.

Nicholson Catholic College students mingle with Hollywood stars

As far as school field trips go, this was a Hollywood blockbuster.

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Island Park

Planning consultant Bob Clark outlined for council what his client, the owner of Island Park RV Resort, has done to address concerns that have been raised in response to his increasing the number of sites on his property.

Negotiations to continue on site plan to avoid OMB hearing

A two-day Ontario Municipal Board hearing has been scheduled for next month on an appeal by the owner of a trailer park whose application...

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Winners

Primary (Grades 1 to 3) winners are from left: 1st - Solla Brown, Grade 2, Branch 133 Cobourg - “being a hockey sister”; 2nd - Dev Patel, Grade 3, Branch 103 Campbellford - “famous inventors and their inventions”; 3rd - Madison Johnston, Grade 3, Branch 387 Frankford - “my cat Fred.”

Warkworth Legion hosts Zone F2 level public competition

Standing alone in front of strangers and judges, supported in the audience by family and friends, 19 young people each took their turn at...

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Giant Tiger

Giant Tiger store manager Wayne Wakeling (left) is pictured with grocery manager Gary Howie and assistant manager Sacha Whitton at the entrance of the new Giant Tiger at 264 Millennium Parkway. The store held a “sneak peak” event on Friday, March 20, while preparing for its opening the next day.

Giant Tiger opens on Millennium Parkway

There’s a giant new retailer in north-end Belleville. Giant Tiger opened a new retail store at 264 Millennium Parkway

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Official Plan concerns

Deputy Mayor Jim Alyea is chair of the Planning Advisory Committee.

Offiical Plan raises concerns with Frankford Industrial Park

A proposed Official Plan amendment by policy planner Scott Pordham has caused some concerns with the Planning Advisory Committee.

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