Tea is a Mother's Day tradition... Here, Red Hatters enjoy the Ladies Auxiliary's Afternoon Tea at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 521, in Bradford. Miriam King/Bradford Times/Postmedia Network

Celebrating Mother's Day

Whatever the earliest Mother's Day celebrations – the Roman holiday dedicated to Juno, mother of the gods, or Mothering Sunday in the U.K. - in North

From left, Councillors Peter Dykie Jr. and Gary Baynes, Mayor Rob Keffer congratulate Mae Eek on her 85th Birthday, as her children Bill and Marlene, daughter-in-law and King Twp. Councillor Avia Eek, brother Earl Kearns and Councillor Peter Ferragine look on, in Bradford on May 3, 2016. Miriam King/Bradford Times/Postmedia Network

Happy 85th!

Mae Isabella Eek (nee Kearns) was born in Toronto on May 3, 1931 – the fourth of 9 children born to Joe and Isabella Kearns.

Newmarket Huskies lead the pack at the start of the 5k Run or Walk for Southlake, in Aurora, on Sunday May 1, 2016. Miriam King/Bradford Times/Postmedia Network

Running and Walking for Southlake

The weather was wet and skies were grey, but the approximately 1,000 runners and walkers participating in the Run or Walk for Southlake provided a spl

Nancy Bobala and paddling partner Mike Kennedy get in some practice before the Marsh Mash canoe and kayak races in Bradford - which will be taking place on May 14, as originally scheduled. Miriam King/Bradford Times/Postmedia Network

Marsh Mash back on!

It’s on! The 38th Annual Marsh Mash canoe and kayak races in the Holland Marsh will be going ahead as scheduled on May 14, after OMCKRA (Ontario Marat

Viewed from the second floor window, between buildings H and E will be the site of a proposed new $30-million, three-storey advanced technology and research centre for 800 students Georgian College's Barrie campus.Mark Wanzel/Barrie Examiner/Postmedia Network

New college project: Update

Georgian College wants to build a new $30-million, three-storey advanced technology and research centre for 800 students on its Barrie campus.

Emergency crews work to remove a 55-year-old male pedestrian from under a pickup truck after he was struck and dragged in Bradford on March 6. The Bradford man suffered serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. On April 28, South Simcoe police charged a 33-year-old Bradford man with careless driving. PAUL NOVOSAD PHOTO

Man dragged, driver charged

BRADFORD – The driver of a pickup truck which struck and dragged a man almost 500 metres in March has been charged with careless driving.