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Guts and gory shamble through Picton

In all their guts and gory, the undead shambled through the streets of Picton as a horde celebrating the annual Picton Library Zombie Walk. The dead then lived it up at the Zombie dance held at the Picton town hall. The zombies will mix in with the rest of the characters out for Halloween fun. [...]

Fire at the rear of Dave’s Roadhouse

A fire at the rear of Dave’s Roadhouse in Bloomfield has been brought under control by Prince Edward County Firefighters. The fire breached the roof. Police were also called to the scene Tuesday evening at about 10 p.m. to help control traffic. – Daniel Prinzen photo

Mayor-elect Robert Quaiff and nine new faces for County council

Robert Quaiff will lead Prince Edward County council as mayor, with nine new members at Shire Hall. Voter turnout was 43.79 per cent with 9,637 ballots cast out of 22,006 registered voters. Quaiff defeated newcomer Jeff Goddard and Paul Boyd to replace the retiring Peter Mertens as mayor. Quaiff earned 4,837 votes (51.10 per cent) [...]

HUB kids have piles of fun during open house

Children joined in the playgroup and dressed in their Halloween costumes for a parade, carved pumpkins to take home, had their faces painted, and enjoyed Halloween snacks. If you’re considering child care options the HUB is available to discuss your child care needs. We offer a wide range of programs; licensed child care through our [...]

Partial solar eclipse visible throughout North America

The moon blazed a path between the earth and the sun today during a partial solar eclipse visible across much of North America. Prince Edward County photographer Phil Norton took the above photograph in Pennsylvania. Norton is the leader of the County Photography Outings and Workshops group designed for photographers, artists and nature lovers. The [...]

Sir John visit highlights anniversary of canal opening

The story of the official opening of the Murray Canal in 1889 by Sir John A Macdonald was brought to life through re-enactment – without the official guests’ platform breaking and sinking out of sight, as it had done 125 years ago. The drop was only about five feet and none who went in the [...] News
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