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Stepping out in support of MS research

Stepping out in support of MS research

About 1 in 340 Canadians have multiple sclerosis.
Volunteers build urban forest in Bradford

Volunteers build urban forest in Bradford

Some of the trees planted include tamarack, swamp white oak, choke cherry, hackberry and black willow.
Bradford craft sale showcases local artisans

Bradford craft sale showcases local artisans

From jewelry and candles, to leggings and essential oils, the craft sale had a lot to offer.
Bradford residents urged to be smarter about recycling

Bradford residents urged to be smarter about recycling

In past years, community clean-up crews have made some odd finds, including a purse, tires, even a hand grenade that was not live.
18-year-old accused of driving more than 80 km/h over speed limit

18-year-old accused of driving more than 80 km/h over speed limit

The vehicle was locked on radar at over 130 km/h in a 50 km/h zone
Police use taser to subdue woman in mental health crisis call

Police use taser to subdue woman in mental health crisis call

Officers were advised that a woman with a history of mental health issues had armed herself with a weapon and was threatening anyone who tried to help her
Bradford cleans up after windstorm

Bradford cleans up after windstorm

The windstorm unexpectedly kicked off Emergency Preparedness Week May 6-12.
'Someone at some point is going to get killed'

'Someone at some point is going to get killed'

A Bond Head resident has urged Bradford council to install a stop sign at Line 7 and Lallien Drive, or at Line 7 and Dixon Road due to excessive speeding in the area
Classes to proceed as normal at St. Angela Merici today

Classes to proceed as normal at St. Angela Merici today

Power at the school went out on Friday and was restored Sunday evening
Good morning, Bradford!

Good morning, Bradford!

Sunny skies today give way to a risk of frost tonight