Brighton council wants to study a local student’s idea a little further.
Grade 9 student Tyler Brown says offering residents free biodegradable doggie bags would help keep Brighton clean.
Brown has already convinced Lower Trent Conservation to buy two doggie bag units for Goodrich Loomis Conservation Area.
Brighton council will decide on whether...
Thu, May 23rd - 8:39am
Thu, May 23rd - 7:36am
After learning a little bit more about the program, Quinte West Council is not quite ready to designate the city as a “Blue Community”.
In order to become a “Blue Community,”...
Wed, May 22nd - 4:31pm
Editor’s note: The following press release was issued today by the Homeowner Protection Centre.
Polling undertaken by the Homeowner Protection Centre (HPC) shows that 1 in 4 families in Eastern Ontario...
Tue, May 21st - 5:21pm
There is a chance to learn more about a new community garden in Belleville at a public meeting this evening.
City council has decided to build a community garden in the...
Sun, May 19th - 10:35am
Despite the images of dirt and hand tools, gardening can be an activity for gadget-heads, too. I mean, you still have to be (mostly) into dirt, the sun, and leaving...
Fri, May 17
Tue, May 7
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