A rental dispute between its operators and Brock Township may see the closure of the ServiceOntario location in Beaverton.Read more
Monthly Archives: May 2018
The Durham District School Board is looking to recognize the history of Beaverton PS and Thorah Central PS as it prepares for the consolidation of the two schools.
A public meeting will be held on Monday, June 11 at 7 p.m. to hear some ideas from local residents.Read more
One year ago, on May 27, 2017, a couple of news junkies launched their own website, sharing the stories of what was happening in and around Brock Township. Today, we thank you for helping us reach this milestone, assuring us we made the right decision. In the past year, we’ve drawn more than 250,000 views and have hit nearly 1600Read more
Five of the candidates in the running for the June 7 provinicial election tackled a range of topics during a debate in Sunderland Wednesday (May 23) night.
Incumbent Conservative MPP Laurie Scott was joined by challengers Zac Miller (representing the NDP), Brooklynne Cramp-Waldinsperger (Liberal), Chuck MacMillan (Consensus Ontario) and Thomas Rhyno (None of the Above) for the event, which was hosted by The Brock Voice and the Sunderland Legion.Read more
Residents of Brock are invited to participate in two upcoming walks in support of Dog Guides Canada. The Beaverton Walk for Dog Guides is set for Sunday (May 27) at the Beaverton Fairgrounds. Registration starts at 9 a.m. with the Walk starting half an hour later. The Walk has been organized by the Beaverton Lioness Club. Next Sunday (June 3),Read more
A 59-year-old woman from Oshawa has died after police sayer kayak flipped over in a river in Washago. On Friday (May 25), at approximately 4:30 p.m., Orillia OPP responded to a report of an overturned kayak on a river in Washago. Police say preliminary investigation revealed that the woman was heading out to go kayaking. She attempted to put theRead more
The DRPS is trying to educate parents and children after snacks containing marihuana were brought into the same elementary school in Oshawa on two occasions.
According to police, a Grade 6 student brought home-baked cookies into the Oshawa school as a treat last Monday (May 14). After consuming the cookies, four students, aged 11 and 12, reported feeling dizzy and euphoric.Read more
We want to hear from you heading into Wednesday (May 23) night’s provincial election debate in Sunderland.
The Brock Voice and the Sunderland Legion are teaming up to host the event, which from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Legion branch on River Street.Read more
A North York woman drowned Sunday (May 20) after her canoe capsized in Ramara Township. According to the OPP, officers from the Orillia detachment responded to a report of an overturned canoe on Lake Couchiching around noon. Preliminary investigation reveals that two females were in a canoe that overturned approximately 100 meters from the shore. Police say that both femalesRead more
York Regional Police have confirmed that the body of a 21-year-old woman from Sunderland was found in Georgina last week.
Police responded to the call about a body, reportedly found in the area of Glenwoods Avenue and the Queensway South, around 11:30 on Friday (May 11).Read more