Ever since 1997, the South Simcoe Police Service has had an Auxiliary unit – a group of dedicated volunteers, both men and women, who undergo training
The new Bradford West Gwillimbury Traffic Committee is taking residents' complaints seriously – especially complaints of speeding on residential sides
Cool, breezy, with a definite nip of autumn in the air – October 3 was a perfect day for soup.
In the last couple of seasons, the road to the Ontario Cup had been one of bitter disappointment and frustration for Kaitie Shipley.
The partnership between Canadian Tire and Bradford's firefighters reached new heights, at the “Heroes in the Sky” event on September 26.
The Back Alley Cruisers call it a “Pre-Snow Car Show” - but the weather, on the first Sunday in October, always tends to be a little on the chilly sid
The Barrie lakeshore was a sea of pink Sunday morning as runners, walkers and toddlers being pushed in strollers took part in the annual Barrie/Orillia
There was a huge turnout for the Buttertart Festival at the Bradford Farmers' Market, September 26.
The Trophy Case Bar & Family Restaurant in Bradford has a long tradition of raising funds, for Bradford West Gwillimbury causes and families – from th
There's more to dog ownership than putting kibble in a bowl.
When the writ was dropped by Stephen Harper, it marked the start of one of Canada's longest election campaigns.
It's a difficult time to be a parent – and a child. The pressures that come from living in a society shaped by Social Media, the stresses of unemploym