As non-medical masks or face coverings are now mandatory within most public and enclosed indoor spaces in Durham Region, the health department has released the following fact sheet:
Police are looking for a bit of help from the public to track down a missing man from Orillia.
After more than 30 years as a member of the Durham Regional Police Service, Chief Paul Martin is retiring. According to a statement issued on
With much of the area locked in a heatwave, Durham Region is reminding residents to limit all non-essential indoor and outdoor water use by practising conservation methods.
A winning lottery ticket, sold in Oshawa, is worth $1 million.
Emergency crews are en route to a collision on Highway 12 in Ramara Township Thursday (July 9) morning.
Police are looking to track down a farm tractor that was stolen from a property in the Argyle area this week.
Ramara Township is closing public beaches and access points to Lake Simcoe due to overcrowding, excessive dumping of garbage and visitors ignoring the protocols put in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
A 53-year-old cyclist died following a collision in Whitby Tuesday (July 7) morning.
As of next Monday (July 13), non-medical masks or face coverings will be required in commercial establishments in Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland and Haliburton.