Over the past two years, the Commu..
While driving through the hamlet of Ivanhoe in the Municipality of Centre Hastings, you may not think that there's a direct connection to a historic voyage through the Canadian Arctic, but there is. Henry Gauen is buried on a farm in Ivanhoe which is marked by a historical plaque a..
The Yardmen Arena was built in 1978 and was first named the "Quinte Sports Centre". The name "Yardmen" was given to the building to honour some local railroaders who raised money to help with its construction. Later in 1981 the Ontario Hockey League gran..
At the top of Hastings County is the Municipality of Hastings Highlands. There you will find the Village of Mayno..
In Maynooth, make a point to stop by the Maynooth Station. It's a neat place. It was established in 1907 by the Central Ontario Railway and later run by the Canadian Northern Railway. Unfortunately the railway in Maynooth was abandoned in 1984. There is an e..
Submitted by Barb Shaw – The Village Playhouse looks different now than it did when Hospice North Hastings first took over the lease in the spring of 2015 and a big part of that visual refresh has been provided by local artist and Hospice volunteer Richard Ba..
Mineral Capital Concerts – LIVE & FREE! Live music all summer long – The Mineral Capital Concerts take place every Wednesday night in Millennium Park, Bancroft. Set on the banks of the York River, complete with a log-hewn Bandshell, Millenniu..
By Alex McNaught Wallbridge is now a forgotten little community in the centre of Sidney Township … but at one time it was an important place where Council meetings made decisions for three townships and the City of Belleville when Belleville was under the jurisdiction of Th..
by Cathy Trimble Excerpts from “Before the Memories Fade” Published by The Senior Citizens of Carlow Township 1977. Insight and understanding of yesterday’s living conditions is provided by camp cook Robert J. Taylor’s storehouse of memories. Lumbering..
By Laurel Bishop When World War I began, while the First Contingent was training to fight overseas, an army of citizens went into action. Little did they know what a monumental task lay ahead of them. How did the citizens of Hastings/Quinte region meet the challenge? Many answers can b..
By Bill Hunt Just north of Belleville, the Corby Distilleries plant increased its production a thousand percent during the “Roaring Twenties” shipping its liquor to a thirsty American public while local fishermen and boat owners grew rich hauling Corby’s liquid gold a..
By Richard Hughes If you rolled back the calendar to 1860 and took a tour of the Town of Belleville the first thing we notice is the busy thoroughfare of Front Street bustling with the stores and businesses of a growing town. At the north end is Mill Street (Cannifton Road) running to ..
By Bill Kennedy At the outset of World War One hundreds of men from Quinte Region enlisted for King and Country. Two of them were seventeen year old Leo Ross of Belleville and Dr. George Sills of Tweed. Leo went overseas with the first Canadian Contingent in October..
Ask people who live in Tweed and they might be able to recall Russell Moon. Russell Moon was an American from Georgia and a fan of CFL Fo..