A number of sidewalks in Brock will once again be bearing signs that note they aren’t maintained through the winter months.
The provincial government is providing $600,000 in funding to support the construction of three additional beds at a North Durham hospice.
The provincial government is investing more than $500,000 to create 10 more childcare spaces at McCaskill’s Mills Public School in Cannington.
Brock Township council has followed through on its plan to apply for $5.5 million in funding for an expansion and overhaul of the Sunderland Memorial Arena.
The Brock Community Food Bank has called on Brock Township council for support.
The Beaverton Thorah Community Centre will soon be named in memory of broadcasting legend Foster Hewitt.
Durham Region Transit has introduced a pilot program that aims to make the service more accessible and affordable for those on social assistance.
The Region has issued a notice to truckers to avoid the intersection of Lake Ridge Road (Regional Road 23) and Regional Road 13.
Durham Region is formally asking the provincial and federal governments to declare a national health epidemic to help address the opioid crisis.
Roughly two-thirds of voters in Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock cast a ballot in the federal election.