BWG – In the wake of a fatal fire in Brampton on Feb. 14, Bradford West Gwillimbury Fire & Emergency Services is reminding the public to ensure that t
James Martin has had an inside track, when it comes to understanding the workings of a studio, the creative process, and the importance of communicati
Minerva Margaret Greenaway was a pioneer in medicine, albeit a little-known one.
The Innisfil Community Events Corporation is holding its annual Polar Bear Dip in Lake Simcoe, at Innisfil Beach Park on Saturday, February 25 at 1:30
The February 7 Committee of the Whole meeting recommended approval of the Official Plan Amendments proposed for Seniors Housing, Growth and Population
Bradford resident Farihah Aliyah Shah graduated from OCADU (Ontario College of Arts & Design University) last year in Photography, winning the 2016 Ar
I was born in 1950, and raised on a farm on the 5th Concession, across from the 2nd West Gwillimbury Presbyterian Church.
Not only was the BWG Leisure Centre open on Family Day, February 20, both rinks were full, for the annual Family Skate sponsored by RBC Financial Serv
In 1965, Canada replaced the Red Ensign with the red and white Maple Leaf as its national flag.
Sunday, February 12, was a day of celebration at the Bond Head United Church.
The Barrie Allandale Model Train Show at Bradford Greenhouses Garden Gallery on Hwy. 90, offered enthusiasts of all ages an opportunity not only to se
A 60-year-old man is dead following a fatal snowmobile collision Saturday afternoon.