Highway 400 remains closed in both directions between Simcoe Road 88 and Highway 89 following a fiery crash in Bradford West Gwillimbury.
Patrick Bales, The Orillia Packet & Times
Patrick Bales is a reporter with The Packet & Times. A native of Bradford, Ontario (Ontario's Salad Bowl), Patrick's interests include writing, rock and roll, hockey and history - not necessarily in order. He likes the Bruins, the Hip, jukeboxes, Instagram, oxford commas and irony.
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Think back to what Bradford West Gwillimbury looked like in 2002. The urban portion of the town ended at the then newly-opened West Park Tim Hortons. No leisure centre nor new library. No Zehrs, nor Walmart. In fact, no new businesses.
The Bradford West Gwillimbury Studio Art Tour is fast approaching, but the official kick off for the annual September event took place last Thursday at the Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library.
Centennial celebrations for Canadian Forces Base Borden wrapped up last week, with tributes paid to eight local soldiers who fought in the First World War.
Thursday was one of the tastiest days of the season at the Innisfil Farmers’ Market, as the annual corn roast and artisans’ fair took place.
The Bradford West Gwillimbury Volunteer Firefighters’ Association held another tremendously successful fundraising car wash earlier in the summer. During this year’s wash, $1,929.05 was raised through donations, including $170 from the Canadian Grill. Bradford Canadian Tire then matched what was raised, for a grand total of $3,858.10. The firefight
The drive home for thousands of motorists got off to an extra slow start, as Highway 11 was shut down through Oro-Medonte for nearly two hours Sunday afternoon.
More than 9,000 customers remained without power in Simcoe County Saturday morning, but the light at the end of the icy tunnel was beginning to show.
The presidents of seven hospitals serving patients in Simcoe County are looking for a renewed commitment from the country government to help serve capital needs.