Volunteers - including Scouts, Bradford Lions, LSRCA and Lake Simcoe Conservation Foundation representatives and members of the community - came out to plant native trees and shrubs along a new section of berm, beside the North Canal in the Holland Marsh, Saturday, October 18, 2014. MIRIAM KING/BRADFORD TIMES/SUNMEDIA

Planting trees in the Marsh

On October 18, there was a community tree planting event, by the North Canal on a section of the newly-constructed berm, near 5 Sideroad and Canal Rd.

Grade 3 student Brooke persuaded her school, Fred C. Cook Public, to hold a Mock Election on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - and the three candidates for Mayor (from right, Hernan Burgos, Rob Keffer and Doug White) to speak to the students. MIRIAM KING/BRADFORD TIMES/SUNMEDIA

Brooke's Election

Voting Day is Monday, October 27 for the 2014 Municipal Election. To cast a ballot, voters must be 18 or older, a Canadian citizen, and reside or own

B & E Suspect arrested

On Oct. 16, a Bradford resident called police to report a break and enter at his home. Entry was gained through a rear door. The victim reported sever

From right, Brian Kressler - Chair of the Board of Directors of Belinda's Place, Newmarket Mayor Tony Van Bynen, Upper Canada Mall's Jennifer Kleinburg, Brenda McLennan - Treasurer of Belinda's Place Foundation, Salvation Army's Theresa McLeod-Treadwell, Steve Hinder of Magna for Community, and Debora Kelly, President of Belinda's Place Foundation, at Wednesday, October 15, 2014 launch of new fundraising campaign in Newmarket. MIRIAM KING/SUNMEDIA

Making Belinda's Place a home

When it opens in 2015, Belinda’s Place will provide something unique in York Region: a shelter for single women who are homeless, or at risk of homele

The congregation celebrates the 180th Anniversary of Bradford United Church, on Sunday, October 5, 2014, with hymns and reminiscences. MIRIAM KING/BRADFORD TIMES/SUNMEDIA

Celebrating 180 Years of Faith

The congregation of Bradford United Church gathered on October 5, to celebrate 180 years of worship and service. The anniversary reminded us that Chri

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Women's Association has put together an exhibition of the Holy Qur'an, printed in languages that range from English and French, to Turkish. The display has been set up in the Atrium at the Bradford Library, and Patrons are invited to see, and read, for themselves. MIRIAM KING/BRADFORD TIMES/SUNMEDIA

Holy Quran exhibition at the Library

Bradford - For the first time in Bradford, the Library is hosting a Holy Qur’an exhibition, set up by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association.

Loaded semi-trailer making a delivery on the 11th Line rolled away - and when the driver attempted to catch the truck, rolled over his hand, before careening down the hill towards the GO Train tracks, and entering a ditch, at around 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 21, 2014. GARY BRICKELL/SUBMITTED

Runaway Semi

BWG - At around 6:30 a.m. on October 21, a semi-trailer making a delivery of onions to a farm on the 11th Line of BWG missed the driveway, in the dark