On July 18, shortly after 9 p.m., South Simcoe Police officers were alerted to a disturbance at a plaza in Cookstown, where a suspect was reported to
“The Good Lord has looked down on us; the Good Lord has given us this celebration; the Good Lord has let us bring back the bell.”
The newest volume of Chicken Soup for the Soul is a salute to the Spirit of Canada — subtitled, “101 stories of love and gratitude.”
A staff report, recommending approval of the Zoning By-law Amendments requested by Bond Head Property 2 and 3 Inc., for two proposed residential subdi
Bradford Branch 521 of the Royal Canadian Legion raises funds through a variety of means – including Nevada “break-open” ticket sales.
The Bradford Board of Trade set up a “village” of tents at the Millennium Clock Tower last Friday, determined to provide shelter in case it rained at
Bradford – South Simcoe Police received several calls around 2:30 a.m. on July 16, from concerned citizens reporting two Ford Focus vehicles, driving
A recent rise in the number of confirmed cases of rabies in raccoons and foxes in parts of southwestern Ontario has led the Ministry of Natural Resour
Anna Fiedorowicz was born in Wilno, Poland (now Lithuania) on November 4, 1919. When Anna was only 8, her mother died of cancer; her father remarried
Jody Mott, Executive Director of the Holland Marsh Growers Association, appeared in Council as a deputation on Tuesday evening, pleading with Council
It used to be called the Caribbean and South Asian Showcase, a festival highlighting the culture, art, food and music of South Asian and Caribbean cou
The hardest part of closing Victoria Square Country Meats, say owners Lee and Vanessa Glenister, is saying goodbye to all of their loyal customers.