In the midst of the third wave, we are at a critical point of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Mayor for the Township of Brock, I deeply regret having to inform the public that two Brock residents who were hospitalized due to COVID-19 have since succumbed to the virus.
One person has died and six new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Brock Township since April 18. Two cases were noted over each
UPDATED: The truck is on Highway 48, not Highway 12. We’ve corrected the story. A stretch of Highway 48 through Brock Township will likely be
A stretch of Highway 35, south of Lindsay, has been closed following a three-vehicle collision Tuesday (April 20) morning.
Police are looking for more information following a stabbing in Lindsay Sunday (April 18).
Police are still looking to track down a suspect following a brief pursuit in the Beaverton area Sunday (April 18) night.
Today, Dr. David Williams, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, issued the following statement to expand COVID-19 vaccination eligibility at pharmacies and primary care settings
Brock Township’s total number of COVID-19 cases has surged past 100 with 10 cases confirmed over the last five days.
The Township of Brock is investigating the role its staff may have played during the recent increase in COVID-19 cases locally.