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Malik Burnett, a resident of Branch Book Drive who has lived in Belleville the past two years, asked the council on Tuesday night for some assistance in parking near his home. "It's a wonderful community," he said. "The only problem is parking, and
The first floor of the property, which is adjacent to the municipal parking lot next to Belleville Town Hall, will again become a restaurant, and will be updated with two sets of new ADA-compliant restrooms. "The restaurant will hopefully be reborn,"
Dignitaries from the township council, Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. and Gov. Chris Christie were in attendance at the site of the future Belleville senior citizens housing complex, a project that had been years in the making. "We'
The council named Riefolo Construction Company, Inc. of Belleville to redevelop the property that has mostly sat dormant since the school was closed to students more than 30 years ago, except for record and vehicle storage. It was designated as an
Rail service on routes connecting Toronto with Ottawa and Montreal "will gradually return to normal" following the end of an Idle No More native blockade, Via Rail announced Sunday. "On Saturday, a First Nations' railroad blockade in the Marysville
Thousands of VIA Rail travellers in the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto corridor had their trips held up Sunday night because of a First Nations protest blocking the tracks. In a marked escalation of tactics used by the Idle No More movement, protesters
The main rail line between Toronto and Montreal has been blocked by protesters. CN Rail spokesman Jim Feeny says the rail line has been blocked for a couple of hours just east of Belleville, Ont., and a number of passenger and freight trains have
Finetti, Ph.D at Monday night's Belleville Board of Education meeting, when the chorus classroom at Belleville High School was renamed as the Dr. Thomas A. Finetti Choral Room. "The Board of Education is adopting a resolution named after a wonderful
Belleville Times The Belleville planning board on Thursday night unanimously approved the site plan for the ShopRite supermarket that is expected to open at 726 Washington Ave. next year. "This will be a tremendous benefit to the community," said
Little, the Lexington woman charged with four bank robberies, said Monday that she caved in under the growing weight of financial and family problems. "I want everyone to know that this is not Crystal Little," Melinda Belleville said. "This is not a