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WILL WEEK FOR NORTHUMBERLAND UW
10/19/2017 12:35:47 PM
Do you need a Will? For a donation of $150 to the Northumberland United Way one of the participating Lawyers in Northumberland County will donate their time to prepare a basic will. Will Week is Oct. 16 to 20, you can get your will done at one of the participating law offices.

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PINK IN THE RINK COMES TO BRIGHTON
10/19/2017 12:27:38 PM
Brighton's arena is going pink in support of cancer research. The Minor Hockey Association's first Pink in the Rink event runs Oct. 28 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with donations accepted for our local branch of the Canadian Cancer Society.

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BROTHERS SAFE IN MARINE RESCUE
10/19/2017 8:01:23 AM
After sailing from Port Credit to Belleville for three days, a trip took a turn for the worse as the two brothers turned into Port Hope Harbour for fuel.

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LOYALIST STUDENTS JOIN FACULTY ON THE PICKET LINES
10/19/2017 7:51:10 AM
Students at Loyalist College will be striking alongside teachers today. Student and organizer Sarah Michael says signs are being made and they're showing their support from 8 a.m. to noon. But, she says they're also raising awareness in other ways too.

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CP HOLIDAY TRAIN VISITS BRIGHTON NOV. 28
10/19/2017 5:21:02 AM
The holiday season's most festive train is back in Quinte this fall. The CP Holiday train passes through our area Nov. 28, collecting donations for local food banks on a nation-wide tour of pop-up concerts in communities across the country.

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DOWNIE'S LEGACY REMEMBERED ACROSS QUINTE
10/18/2017 10:01:21 AM
The Quinte community is remembering a legendary Canadian artist who inspired generations both on and off the stage. Tragically Hip lead singer Gord Downie lost his battle with brain cancer last night, according to a statement on the Kingston band's website.

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TRAGICALLY HIP FRONTMAN GORD DOWNIE PASSES AWAY
10/18/2017 9:37:18 AM
Gord Downie, the poetic lead singer of the Tragically Hip whose determined fight with brain cancer inspired a nation, has died, according to a statement on the band's website.

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BRIGHTON CELEBRATES PUBLIC LIBRARY WEEK
10/18/2017 6:46:39 AM
A special week is encouraging patrons to re-discover all that's available at our local library. Brighton is celebrating Ontario Public Library Week in Ontario - The community is invited to visit 35 Alice St.

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NO LOCAL JOB CUTS IN RECENT LOBLAWS LAYOFFS
10/18/2017 6:36:58 AM
Loblaws' Corporation announced on Monday, 500 more layoffs in their fresh round of layoffs from its corporate offices. In a statement, the grocer says it?s letting go of 500 employees, including executives from various levels and other members of the management team.

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FACULTY STRIKE CONTINUES AT FLEMING COLLEGE
10/18/2017 6:28:03 AM
More than 12,000 college faculty members are walking the picket lines after the latest deal was rejected. Among those affected by the strike, are students and teachers at Fleming College. We spoke with Fleming President Tony Tilly. The issues include job security and academic freedom.

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QUINTE WEST OPP CONDUCT SEARCH IN BAYVIE ESTATES FOR POTENTIAL SUSPECT
10/17/2017 4:02:08 PM
Police are currently looking for a suspect in Bayside. Today just after 7:00am Officers from the Quinte West Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to an incident in Bayview Estates in the City of Quinte West.

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STRIKE TO CAUSE CHANGES TO BELLEVILLE BUS ROUTES
10/17/2017 8:44:02 AM
The ongoing strike at Loyalist College is causing changes to two Belleville bus routes. Effective immediately, the city says routes seven and 10 will run on regular schedules to the college, but won't go on-campus. They'll stay on Wallbridge-Loyalist, stopping at two temporary stops on the road.

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STUDENTS REACT TO LOYALIST COLLEGE STRIKE
10/17/2017 8:35:45 AM
More than 12,000 Ontario College faculty are on strike across the Province. Suggested etiquette includes respecting the picket line, expecting large groups with signs and flyers and waiting until safe to cross.

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WILD WEATHER BLOWS HOUSE OVER IN COBOURG
10/17/2017 8:26:51 AM
If you had talked to anyone about the weekend, more than likely they spoke of the crazy weather over the weekend. Much of Northumberland County experienced dark skies that led to rain and high force wind gusts Sunday afternoon.

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FUNDS TO EXPAND E-BOOK COLLECTION AT BRIGHTON LIBRARY
10/17/2017 8:17:37 AM
The Brighton Public Library is getting a financial boost to help increase technology services. Our community is one of eight across Northumberland-Quinte West receiving provincial funds to expand IT and digital programs as part of Ontario Public Library Week. Brighton will get close to $5,000.

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WEEK RAISING AWARENESS OF WOMENS' CANCERS
10/17/2017 8:09:12 AM
It's estimated that about 710 women in Ontario will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and about 150 women will die from the disease this year. It's National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week, and health officials are pleading with women to not put these regular tests on the backburner.

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MINOR HOCKEY HOSTS NORWOOD FOR HOME OPENER
10/17/2017 5:31:34 AM
Minor hockey is officially underway in Brighton. The new atom league marked their first home game against Norwood at the King Edward Park Community Centre on Saturday. Club Vice-President Mark Bateman says the team saw a solid turnout for hockey registrations this year.

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LOCAL GROUP JOINING NATIONAL ANTI-POVERTY MOVEMENT
10/17/2017 5:12:12 AM
A Belleville-based advocacy group is asking the community to "Chew on This!" for the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Today, volunteers in over 30 cities across Canada are hitting the streets to start a conversation about food insecurity and poverty.

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3156 POUNDS OF FOOD AND JUST OVER $6160 IN CASH WERE DONATED FROM PEOPLE IN NORTHUMBERLAND...
10/16/2017 2:35:45 PM
The 2nd Annual Classic Rock Restock has wrapped up for another year and was another great success. Restocking the shelves of Northumberland Food 4 All was the purpose of York Bell-Smith being out front Victoria Hall Thursday (Oct 12) and Friday (Oct 13) for 36 hours.

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QUINTE CELEBRATES LOCAL BUSINESS THIS WEEK
10/16/2017 7:19:18 AM
An annual gala is recognizing local businesses during Quinte Business Week. The 2017 Quinte Business Achievement Awards Gala goes on Friday.

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WOMENS' NIGHT OUT TO SUPPORT TMHF
10/16/2017 7:10:24 AM
Quinte's newest fashion show of the season is coming up in Batawa. Our TMH and the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation present: Fashion for Foundation, a womens' night out supporting local healthcare.

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LOYALIST COLLEGE IN LEGAL STRIKE POSITION
10/16/2017 5:41:21 AM
Loyalist professors are joining more than 12,000 Ontario college faculty on the picket lines this morning. In an online statement released late last night, the institution says faculty are in a legal strike position as of 12:01 a.m. this morning.

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RACERS SUPPORT MENTAL HEALTH IN PRESQU'ILE
10/15/2017 1:19:02 PM
An annual run in Brighton is supporting youth mental health services across Northumberland County. The third Red Run - Getting Anger On-TRAC drew a crowd of over 70 participants of all ages to Presqu-ile Provincial Park today.

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RED RUN SUPPORTING YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH
10/13/2017 1:45:24 PM
Rebound's Red Run is back in Brighton this weekend. The third annual event at Presqu'ile Provincial Park supports the On-TRAC program, providing prevention and intervention programs for youth ages 12 to 25-years-old across Northumberland.

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PLAY IT FORWARD ROCKS CAPITOL THEATRE
10/13/2017 1:36:31 PM
Two local bands rocked the Capitol Theatre in support of local youth mental services. Rebound Child and Youth Services hosted its second annual Play It Forward concert fundraiser last night.

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LOVE YOUR BODY DAY RETURNS TO TRENTON
10/13/2017 1:27:36 PM
A Trenton boutique is taking a stand against unrealistic body expectations in the fashion industry. Off the Hook in Trenton's Love Your Body Day is back for another year, a celebration of inner beauty with sales in-store, live entertainment and more.

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MONEY IMPRESSIONS GALA COMING UP FOR NHH
10/13/2017 1:18:23 PM
Community support is fundamental to the success of the Northumberland Hills Hospital Foundation?s Gala coming up at the Cobourg Lions Community Centre. The gala raises funds for critical upgrades and medical equipment.

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BLOOD DONOR CLINIC IN BRIGHTON TODAY
10/13/2017 7:12:29 AM
Today's your chance to give the gift of life in Brighton. Join Canadian Blood Services for a donor clinic at the Fellowship Christian Reformed Church at 204 Main Street from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. There's still time to book your appointment at www.blood.ca.

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FASHION FOR FOUNDATION TO SUPPORT LOCAL HEALTHCARE
10/13/2017 6:44:08 AM
Ladies across Quinte are invited to a fashionable night out in Batawa, in support of local healthcare. Our TMH and the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation present: Fashion for Foundation, a womens' night out, with food, fashion and fun.

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MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT FOR LOCAL SEARS WORKERS
10/13/2017 6:35:07 AM
While many people are looking at the sudden announcement about Sears closing and thinking of the financial implications, the Canadian Mental Health Association of Hastings-Prince Edward is thinking of how it'll impact local workers.

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STRIKE POSSIBLE AT LOYALIST ON MONDAY
10/13/2017 5:14:08 AM
Full and part-time professors at Loyalist College could strike as soon as Monday, if a contract settlement isn't reached by then. In a memo to students yesterday, college President and CEO Dr.

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