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Bancroft man wanted on assault and weapon charges

BANCROFT: OPP are asking for the public’s help locating a Bancroft man who’s wanted for numerous charges. Maurice Martin is wanted for assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon for dangerous purposes, along with other charges.  Martin is 37 years old. He’s described as about five-foot-10, 170 pounds, with a slim...

Part of Hastings Street to be closed on Friday, Sept. 16

BANCROFT: Bancroft is closing part of Hasting Street Friday, as the downtown construction project continues. “We’re working in the section between Bridge Street and Flint Avenue and Hastings Street and we’re finding with the amount of traffic flow and congestion it’s very concerning to us in this construction zone,” said...

UPDATE: One dead after crash on Hwy. 28 East

UPDATE: 9 a.m., Sept. 16, 2022 BANCROFT: Police say a person has died, as a result of a head-on collision on Hwy. 28 East, just outside of Bancroft, on Thursday.  A Tweet from OPP East Region says it was a two-vehicle, head-on collision and it occurred at 10:30 a.m. The person...

Phase One construction on Hastings Street will continue until winter

BANCROFT: Construction along the busiest street in Bancroft is expected to continue until the snow falls. And while it’s making for a slower drive, the project is going well said the town’s public works manager Perry Kelly tells Moose FM that the work on Hastings Street, between Bridge Street and Scotiabank,...

Rev. Lynn Watson to take on new role in Norwood, celebration planned for Sept. 25

BANCROFT: A proper send off is being planned for a beloved community figure.  St. Paul’s United Church Reverend Lynn Watson will soon be leaving Bancroft to head a ministry in Norwood.  Her final service will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 25 at the Bancroft Village Playhouse.  St. Paul’s volunteer...

St. Paul’s United Church food program on pause as need escalates

BANCROFT: A vital food donation program in Bancroft has been put on pause. It’s because the need has escalated beyond the group’s ability to help. St. Paul’s United Church’s Outreach Committee was running a monthly program that gave out grocery store gift cards, of about $10 each, to those in need. But...
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