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Making waves | The Belleville Intelligencer

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intelligencer.ca - The Belleville Youth Swim Team (BYST) turned in a solid performance at their first meet of the season, held recently in Markham. Twenty-four BYST members competed and achieved close to 75 percent b...

Quinte News – Fire in west end Belleville

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quintenews.com - Belleville firefighters responded to a house fire on Sinclair Street, near Catharine Street, late this afternoon. The old 2 storey brick home was not destroyed, but heavily damaged. Luckily, no one...

A song for solidarity | The Belleville Intelligencer

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intelligencer.ca - It was during the swell of voices — some 18,000 Americans, all singing the chorus of O Canada — when Jeff Jimerson really started to grasp the significance of the moment. There, on ice bathed in re...

Quinte News – Belleville Deputy Police Chief appointed to Cobourg force

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quintenews.com - Belleville’s Deputy Police Chief is moving to Cobourg. Deputy Chief Paul VandeGraaf has been appointed to the new deputy chief of the Cobourg Police service. Cobourg’s Police Services Board Chair B...

Hatchet attack leaves N.Y. cop wounded

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intelligencer.ca - NEW YORK- A hatchet-wielding attacker charged a group of New York City police officers posing for a photograph on Thursday, wounded two, one critically, before the assailant was shot dead, police s...

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Quinte News – More soldiers to leave base today

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quintenews.com - More Canadian soldiers will be leaving from CFB Trenton today. Operation Impact will see around 120 military personnel leave, bound for Kuwait. The group will be helping in the mission to fight ISI...

Norlock describes harrowing day

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intelligencer.ca - QUINTE WEST - Soon after the first shots echoed through the Hall of Honour, Rick Norlock said his police training took over. “There were more than 200 people in the room, cabinet ministers, governm...

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Shooter's family sorry for 'the pain'

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intelligencer.ca - In a statement sent to The Associated Press, the parents of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau apologize "for all the pain, fright and chaos he created." The statement was apparently in response to the newswire'...

Police blotter: Threats, mischief, B&Es

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