The intermediate girls basketball team at Sunderland Public School will be looking to bring home a Durham title when they hit the court next week.
Following a two-year absence, the midway will be returning to the Beaverton Fall Fair this September.
An OPP officer was taken to hospital with minor injuries after two cruisers reportedly collided Friday morning (Feb. 15). According to police, the collision happened
Brock Township has committed $15,000 over the next five years in support of fundraising efforts to rebuild Grandview Children’s Centre.
Led by a Brock Township resident, more than a dozen people protested impending changes to the Ontario Autism Program at MPP Laurie Scott’s office in Lindsay Friday (Feb. 15).
A Cannington resident was quick to show some love for the animals at the Township shelter on Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14).
A 43-year-old woman from Port Perry has died in a hospital from injuries sustained in a three-vehicle accident in Oshawa late last month.
Parents and caregivers with children attending school in Durham are invited to provide feedback through the Board’s latest survey. Durham District School Board (DDSB) asks
A Minden man has been charged with impaired driving after police were called regarding a vehicle found in a ditch near Argyle Wednesday (Feb. 13) night.
A fundraiser has been set for the victims of the condominium fire in Lagoon City earlier this month.