Thousands of farm families, school children, volunteers, organizers, politicians and other dignitaries, took part in the Opening Ceremonies at the 101
The Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research doesn’t require participants to go out and collect pledges, pay a minimum registration fee, or make a minimum do
Bradford Ribfest 2014 will be back, September 19 to 21, at Zehr’s Market, 500 Holland St. West - from 3 p.m. on the Friday, until 7 p.m. on the Sunday
The 6th Annual Bradford West Gwillimbury Studio Art Tour - a self-directed tour of artists’ studios and public venues - takes place this weekend, Sept
Diane Soward grew up in a small town near the shores of Georgian Bay.And although she now lives and works in Bradford West Gwillimbury, the images of
Grade 12 Students in Aurelia Stec’s Art Leadership Class at Bradford District High School are working on an unusual project this semester - creating a
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” - George Santayana.
Local company Lisbon Paving won the tender to repave Holland St., from Holland Court to Colborne - carrying out the work overnight, between 8 p.m. and
South Simcoe Police continue to make arrests, in a series of break-ins and thefts from vehicles in Bradford. On Sept. 7, police arrested a 15 year old
Holland Marsh Soupfest, sponsored by the Holland Marsh Growers Association, Township of King, and Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, returns to the ha
The Friends of Scanlon held their inaugural Run for the Trails of Scanlon Creek Conservation Area on Sunday, September 14 - and were delighted by the
The Electronic Waste collection in Bradford, September 12-14, was a great success.