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Belleville high school wins OFSAA women’s hockey championship

The championship game for the OFSAA women’s high school hockey was full of excitement Friday morning in Belleville.

Belleville Ontario gets a new train station

4 a.m. came really quickly this morning. Although some would say that’s a bit extreme, I wanted to give myself enough time to fully wake up before heading down to the VIA station on Station street in Belleville.

UPDATE: London riot sees Fanshawe students suspended

Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, south-west of Toronto has suspended eight students following a St. Patrick’s Day riot over the weekend that caused an estimated $100,000 damage and has now led to 13 arrests.

Skilled trades seem to be the way to go

Last week in the newsroom I worked on a story which suggests high school students should consider going into skilled trades.

Oh, what a night

When I woke up this morning I felt something I haven’t felt for a long time, pure disgust, and no-  I wasn’t  feeling the effects of last night, in fact, I didn’t drink at all.

Petes’ number 19 leaves his mark

Orleans Ontario native and Petes centre Joey West will go down in the clubs record books this week.

Horse in bad shape finds new home

A horse that was alone and in a field south of Peterborough, Ontario has been rescued.

Cake pops for a cure

Cancer is when abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues in the human body. There are more than 100 different types of cancer. Most cancers are named for the organ or type of cell in which they start. Cancer types can be grouped into broader categories. Long story short, cancer … Continue reading