Junior Boys Rugby

Bayside scrum half Will Watters passes the ball to avoid being tackled by a charging Trenton High School player during the Bay of Quinte Athletics junior boys rugby championship game, played on May 20 at Mary-Anne Sills Park.

Team-focussed Red Devils win junior boys rugby title

There are no star players on the Bayside Red Devils junior boys rugby team.

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Senior Rugby

Quinte Saints player Jarred Lamont tries to break a tackle from Trenton Tigers flanker Nolan Jackson during the Bay of Quinte Athletics senior boys rugby championships game on May 20 at Mary-Anne Sills Park. Quinte would win the game 22 – 12 to claim its first league title in recent memory.

Quinte Saints make history with senior boys rugby win

The Saints are Bay of Quinte Athletics champions for the first time in recent memory, after a dominant 22 – 12 win over Trenton High School...

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Access-a-thon

Mayor Jim Harrison tries out a wheelchair at city hall with the help of volunteer Bill Vandervoort.

Access-a-thon changes the event to include more challenges

The annual Quinte Access-a-thon will be held on May 30 as part of Quinte West’s Accessibility Awareness Day.

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Medal winners

Aiden Haddad, Holly Tetzlaff, Alex Schneider, Sara Evans and Meera Moorthy did well at the recent Canada-wide Science Fair held in Fredricton, New Brunswick.

Team Quinte brings home medals from Canada-wide Science Fair

Four students from the Quinte Regional Science Fair medalled at the Canada-wide Science Fair held in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Aiden...

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Stirling Big Bike

Participants from Stirling-Rawdon took the Big Bike out for a spin for the Heart and Stroke Foundation last week during a stop in Belleville. Team members, including the mayor and council, municipal staffers, family and friends, raised more than $1,400.

Big Bike gets mayoral treatment

Stirling - After a planned visit to the village last week by the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike was cancelled, representatives from...

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Large donation

Bill Durnford (l), Jennifer Fisher and Denise Cumming (r) accept a cheque from Mayor Jim Harrison and Deputy-mayor Jim Alyea.

University Hospitals Kingston Foundation updates council

Representatives of the University Hospitals Kingston Foundation updated council on Tuesday, May 19, on the progress of three sites, Kingston...

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Community Living

Toni Kirby and Starr Olsen represented Community Living in Quinte West council on Tuesday, May 19.

Community Greenhouse and Gardens sprouting in spring

Starr Olsen of Community Living Quinte West told council Tuesday, May 19, of the progress this year in their Community Garden Project.

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Featured quilter

Marilyn Edmonds sits among several of the many quilts she has made over the years since learning the craft 19 years ago. She will have samples of her work on display as the featured quilter at “The Fabric of Our Lives 2015” Quilt Show June 6 and 7 at King Edward Park Arena.

Featured Brighton quilter finds it hard to part with one of her “children”

Quilting is “a passion” for Marilyn Edmonds that brings her joy in two ways.

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