LIBRARY LINE: Summer fun

Summer breezes, farmers markets, picnics at the beach and evenings that stretch out endlessly... what better time to kick back with one of these great

From left: Fraser Moodey, Christina Pilgrim, Rama Younes and Boluwatife (Tife) Oyeniyi-Adebayo. (Submitted photo)

Premier Panthers

Three local products and one international student took home the top athletic awards for the 2017-18 academic season at Albert College during recent c

Pedestrian killed; mischief charges

Pedestrian struck, gas line rupturedPolice aren’t expecting any charges after a motorist struck a pedestrian and ruptured a gas line Sunday morning.Be

Participants in the 2018 Relay for Life in Belleville walk past luminary candles dedicated to people fighting cancer or who have died from it.

Updated: Relay for Life

More people took part in this year's Relay for Life in Belleville, though the funds raised fell short of the target.

Cancer survivors Judy and Bob Worley hold hands while walking the Belleville Relay for Life's survivors' lap with friend Sandy Pamenter Saturday evening at Mary-Anne Sills Park. Pamenter and Judy Worley run a cancer-related support group.

Relay raises $52K+

Belleville's annual Relay for Life has raised $52,415 for the Canadian Cancer Society.

Real estate agent Mike Cowan hands the keys to Sharifa and Naser Mohammed Yar after the couple purchased the latest HomeBuild for Healthcare home Thursday in Trenton. With them were Sarah McDonald of McDonald Homes and Gerald Draaistra of Vanderlaan Building Products and the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation.

HomeBuild helps hospital

QUINTE WEST — The latest HomeBuild for Healthcare project has raised $285,000 for new diagnostic equipment at Trenton Memorial Hospital.

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