While there are some challenges to be addressed, It appears as though Beaverton made a solid first impression on visitors. The village was recently paired with Selwyn Township, near Peterborough, in the First Impressions Community Exchange, a provincial program that is designed to highlight the first impression a community conveys to visitors — including tourists, potential business investors and new residents.
A Beaverton student has launched a fundraising campaign to honour Canadians killed during the First World War. Colby Farrell – who is currently in France, studying abroad as part of a Rotary exchange program – is raising money in an effort to place a candle at the graves at the Iwuy Communal Cemetery.
Brock Township merchants are going through a difficult time and have to compete with big box stores, Amazon and many mail order gift services. If each one of us could purchase just one item no matter the cost, from our local businesses it would make an incredible difference (but it would be great if you purchased more).
Police are searching for a suspect and a township resident is looking for answers following a hit-and-run accident along Thorah Park Boulevard overnight Thursday (Dec. 14).
Students in Beaverton recently got a glimpse of what Christmas celebrations entailed for the area’s settlers. Volunteers from the Beaverton-Thorah-Eldon Historical Society welcomed students from
A Beaverton man is facing a pair of charges following an incident in downtown Beaverton last week.
According to the DRPS, the incident occurred around 2 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 4.
As the year-long celebration for The War Amps’ 100th anniversary winds to a close, the organization is shining a spotlight on the support offered to a youngster and his family. What began as an association to assist war amputee veterans returning from the First World War, The War Amps has expanded its programs over the years to support all amputees, including seven-year-old Nathan Tozer.
Eighteen months ago, we decided to launch The Brock Voice as a hobby – a creative outlet of sorts and a means to stay connected to a community we had come to love.
Township residents are being asked to provide their input on the possibility of recreational cannabis retailers opening up shop in Brock.
The municipality launched a survey this week to gauge public opinion, with the matter expected to come up at township council in the coming weeks.
Three people were taken to hospital following a crash on Highway 12 at Concession 2 Thorah on Friday (Nov. 30) morning.
According to Fire Chief Rick Harrison, the accident occurred around 11:30 a.m. and involved two SUVs that each had two occupants.