Township council is hoping to work with CN to prevent trains from sounding a whistle as they pass through the Ethel Park subdivision in Beaverton.
Several teams representing the DRPS took part in a polar plunge Friday (March 21) in support of the Law Enforcement Torch Run and Special Olympics Ontario.
An open letter to the provincial government: Durham District School Board trustees are very concerned about the new autism funding model. We care deeply about
Brock Township will be receiving $725,000 from the Province to improve service delivery.
A four-month investigation into methamphetamine production by police in York Region has resulted in eight arrests and the seizure of approximately $5 million worth of drugs.
The fifth class of inductees joining the Brock Sports Hall of Fame has been announced. As revealed Friday (March 22), the 2019 inductees include Graydon
A Beaverton woman is among a group of 14 people set to share a $1-million lottery win.
Staff at the Beaverton Foodland are getting ready to close up shop for the final time.
Ten people are facing various drug-related charges following a month-long investigation by police in Kawartha Lakes.
After taking part in protests across the province, a Sunderland parent is taking her fight against changes to the Ontario Autism Program to Brock Township council.