The acoustics at Bradford United Church have always been remarkable. The combination of old wood and plaster created the equivalent of the soundbox of
Spring Crafts in Bond Head
When Katie Shipley went to check her mail and saw there was a letter, the first-year Tennessee Tech University student thought it was a bill.
The BWG Local History Association heard a fascinating presentation on the history of waste water treatment in Bradford, at their April 22 meeting.
The February 16 House of Commons apology to the British Home Children – the more than 100,000 children uprooted from their homes in the UK and sent to
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury has completed Phase 1 of a streetlight retrofit, through Honeywell/360 Energy. The company has replaced 2,673 st
BRADFORD – Hand tools have been stolen from an unlocked pickup truck parked at a Chelsea Crescent home.
BRADFORD – A man was treated for minor injuries after being struck by a pickup truck crossing Simcoe Road late Wednesday.
Elementary students became researchers during the Simcoe County Heritage Fair at the Simcoe County Museum this week.
Each year, the Province of Ontario recognizes its volunteers, by presenting Volunteer Service Awards to acknowledge years of service.
The first thing visitors noticed, as they walked through the doors of the Bradford & District Memorial Community Centre for the Bradford Board of Trad
Fred C. Cook Public School was the first school in Bradford West Gwillimbury to host a Shave for the Brave fundraiser for Young Adult Cancer Canada (Y