Brock Township will be spending more than $213,000 to repair a bridge on Concession 6 Thorah — more than twice the amount initially budgeted.
Students in Beaverton recently got a glimpse of what Christmas celebrations entailed for the area’s settlers. Volunteers from the Beaverton-Thorah-Eldon Historical Society welcomed students from
A Beaverton man is facing a pair of charges following an incident in downtown Beaverton last week.
According to the DRPS, the incident occurred around 2 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 4.
Nearly three weeks after General Motors announced the closure of its Oshawa plant, the company has announced plans to commit financial support to help its employees prepare for 2,400 “good, available new jobs” estimated to open in the Durham Region area over the next two years.
As the year-long celebration for The War Amps’ 100th anniversary winds to a close, the organization is shining a spotlight on the support offered to a youngster and his family. What began as an association to assist war amputee veterans returning from the First World War, The War Amps has expanded its programs over the years to support all amputees, including seven-year-old Nathan Tozer.