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Cleak Street closed, Bancroft back in business after Wednesday night Flood

Businesses are open and streets are clear of water in Bancroft. Cleak street remains closed near No Frills and Woodview Lane. Jake Krupa, manager of infrastructure for the Town, says they hope to re-open Cleak Street later today or tomorrow. Moose FM has spoken with several businesses, residents and Town staff about...

Breaking News: Flash Flood in downtown Bancroft

A flood, allegedly caused by a beaver dam breaking in Copper lake** has made parts of downtown Bancroft impassible and caused businesses to close. Significant flooding of buildings has occurred. My Bancroft Now has reached out to Emergency services and the Town of Bancroft and will update when we have...

Bancroft raises over seven thousand dollars on McHappy Day 

On the first Wednesday in May each year, McDonald’s restaurants across the country host McHappy Day. The day aims to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Canada and local charities.  Sandra from the Bancroft location said it was a great day in town: “The turnout was phenomenal” she said, “The fire department volunteered. We...

Get a ‘bag of books’ in Barry’s Bay library’s biggest fundraiser  

If you are looking to stock up on books for summer reading season, head to the library in Barrys Bay.   Friday and Saturday they’ll be having a “Buy a Bag” used book sale during their regular hours.   People will be able to fill a small or large grocery bag for $10...

Water main flushing this week in Bancroft 

Water main flushing began Monday in Bancroft and is expected to take up to seven days to complete.   The Town says this is designed to remove sediment accumulation within the water mains in order to maintain good water quality. They also say this could result in temporarily discoloured water and lower...

School board offers parents a free online talk from Drug Free Kids Canada speaker 

Steve Keller, a national speaker for Drug Free Kids Canada, will discuss topics parents and teens should cover before prom or parties.   On May 16, Hastings Prince Edward District School board (HPEDSB) is offering this free online seminar by Keller called 'Let's Talk About Prom and Parties'. Subjects include pre-drinking, rules...
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