More than a dozen new COVID-19 cases reported since April 26 have brought the Township of Brock’s total to 130, 32 of which are active.
A 39-year-old man is facing charges in connection to after break-ins at businesses in Port Perry and Oshawa.
By Dan Cearns, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter After hearing concerns about the same facility for months, councillors are looking for answers from Durham Region Non-Profit
Brock Township has landed nearly $5.5 million in funding from the provincial and federal governments to help finance an expansion and restoration of the Sunderland Memorial Arena.
A project pitched by Brock Township is expected to figure prominently in an announcement by the provincial and federal governments Thursday (April 29).
After what has been a very productive five weeks in the position of mayor, I feel the council team and the administrative team are progressing aggressively on all of our objectives and that we are moving forward in the best interests of the residents of Township of Brock.
A Lindsay man has been charged after police received complaints about a potentially impaired driver.
The provincial government is finally looking to provide paid sick time for employees that are forced to miss work due to COVID-19.
A Ramara Township was killed following a collision on Highway 12 in Brechin last week.
More than 20,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Durham since the pandemic emerged in March of 2020.