A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for much of the area heading into Sunday (Aug. 2) evening.
Heading into the long weekend, five public beaches – including the south beach in Beaverton – have been posted as unsafe for swimming by the Durham Region Health Department.
A photography fundraiser has helped generate $2,800 in support of the Beaverton Legion.
Uxbridge residents are being asked to conserve water during well work this week.
Brock Township Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden said she’s “embarrassed” by vulgar vandalism at the skatepark in Cannington.
A warning has been issued as meteorologists track a severe thunderstorm that could possibly produce a tornado.
With more businesses and services opening today (July 17) under Stage 3 of the provincial reopening plan, the HKPR District Health Unit has updated its directive around non-medical mask use in indoor public places.
There are now 11 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Brock Township.
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:
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.