Bradford West Gwillimbury Council, on September 20, approved over $2.5 million in Seniors Accommodation Community Improvement Plan incentives for Beke
Road construction on Moore St. is blocking access to the Helping Hand Food Bank, at 123 Moore. During construction, clients are being asked to use the
The Boyd Gang was a group of notorious bank robbers back in the 1950s. Edwin Boyd was not the actual leader, but he was the Hollywood-handsome...
Bradford Branch 521 of the Royal Canadian Legion held its Honours & Awards afternoon, September 18, to recognize years of service, thank members of th
The Neighbourhood Market opened its doors at 19423 Old Yonge St. in Holland Landing back in July, the brainchild of life-long friends and business par
The Highway 11 Cruisers Car Club hosted their end-of-season Show at the Green Lane GO Train Station, north of Newmarket, on Sept. 18 – a fundraiser fo
A record number of walkers, runners, joggers and cyclists turned out for this year's Terry Fox Run in Bradford, on September 18. Organizer Elsie Silva
From about 1863 to 1949, nearly 120,000 children were shipped from the U.K., through a variety of child immigration schemes, to become indentured serv
The Mexican flag was raised at the Bradford Courthouse on September 15, for the first time flying beside the Canadian and Ontario flags in the town of
Abul Ahsnat has lived in Bradford for 25 years, but this is the first time he has been able to celebrate Eid-al-Adha in his own community. In previous
BWG - The 3rd Annual Run for the Trails at Scanlon Creek Conservation Area will showcase Scanlon's new, improved running trails and beautiful forests
A picky eater tossed her taters around the Mary Brown’s Famous Chicken restaurant.