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Moose FM Spirit of Giving Radiothon runs Saturday  

A holidays season tradition of ours continues this weekend.  The Moose FM Spirit of Giving Radiothon runs on Saturday, to raise funds for North Hastings Community Cupboard and Bancroft & Area Kids in Needs.   Moose FM’s Sarah Kipp and Joël Lamoureux will be at No Frills from 9 a.m. to 1...

Hastings Highlands seeing increase in short-term rentals 

The number of Hastings Highlands homes being advertised as short-term rentals jumped 40 per cent from 2020 to 2022.  That figure was shared in a report to the municipality’s council earlier this month, triggering a discussion on how the changing industry should be managed.   Mayor Tony Fitzgerald called the rise an...

Back the Cat campaign will continue, as CT services phased in  

Members of Bancroft’s health care community have been in a celebratory mood of late, with Monday’s arrival of a CT scanner at North Hastings Hospital.  But “the party won’t be long,” says Kim Bishop of the North Hastings Fund Development Committee.   Bishop, Chair of the Back the Cat campaign, which made...

Four honoured for making CT scanner’s arrival possible  

Four people have been honoured  for making the arrival of North Hasting Hospital’s new CT scanner possible.  Hospital manager Tammy Davis, head fundraiser Kim Bishop and physicians Parambir Keila and Peter McEnery were recognized at a Quinte Health board meeting held in Bancroft Tuesday.   They received the Values in Action award,...

Annex Gallery show will support Little Blue Cabins 

As the holiday season approaches, Bancroft’s arts community is in a giving spirit.   Next month’s show at The Annex Gallery will be a fundraiser for Little Blue Cabins, a nonprofit that hopes to address homelessness.  The show will be called a Palette of Giving and will feature works from several local...

CT scanner arrives at North Hastings Hospital 

A CT scanner has arrived at North Hastings Hospital; the very scanner the community has been fundraising for.   Components of the machine (pictured) arrived, amid a snowstorm Monday.  The CT scanner has been the subject of North Hastings Fund Development Committee’s Back the Cat campaign.   Donations to that campaign are still being...
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