Bradford – South Simcoe Police are asking for assistance from the public in locating a vehicle involved in a hit and run collision on Collings Ave. around 12:45 a.m. on Oct. 20. A black Chevrolet pickup truck, possibly a Silverado, was southbound on Collings when it struck a parked Ford 150 pick-up, causing substantial damage. The driver of the Che
South Simcoe Police Auxiliary Constable Jacqueline Papel, credited with starting up the SSPS Ceremonial Mounted Unit, has taken her love of things equestrian to a new level.
Twenty years ago, the Innisfil Police Service and Bradford West Gwillimbury Police overcame the challenges of merging operations and cultures, to amalgamate as the South Simcoe Police Service.
Just how quickly does fire spread, in a typical home? How long would a family have to escape, once the smoke detector sounds the alarm?
After days of being trapped in their homes without power, as a result of an ice storm, evacuees stumble into an Emergency Centre set up at the Innisfil Recreation Complex. Seniors. Families with children. Nursing mothers. Children separated from their parents. People suffering from stress, worried about loved ones. People unable to return home, to
Bradford West Gwillimbury Fire & Emergency Services has struggled to maintain a full complement of volunteer firefighters.
Bradford – Just before 10 p.m. on Oct. 12, South Simcoe Police were called to a home in Bradford, after a neighbour reported a loud domestic argument.
The Minister's Expert Panel on public health released its report, Public Health within an Integrated Health System, back in June. Among the recommendations: a reduction in the number of Health Units, from 36 to 14; better integration and collaboration between health units and the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs); and better alignment of th
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is being considered for a possible campus of the Canadian International School System-Ontario – and on October 3, Hugh McKeown, CIS Canadian Representative in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, was in Council explaining what that could mean for the local economy.