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A mysterious visitor: Immature Northern Shrike <b>(5 photos)</b>

A mysterious visitor: Immature Northern Shrike (5 photos)

Freelance writer, Rosaleen Egan describes the birds who have been visiting this season
Good morning, Bradford!

Good morning, Bradford!

Stop and smell the roses
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Know the signs developmental language disorder

BEYOND LOCAL: Know the signs developmental language disorder

Developmental language disorder may be missed as it often doesn’t appear foremost as a language impairment
Simcoe resident among 11 COVID-19 cases linked to soccer players at Vaughan sportsplex

Simcoe resident among 11 COVID-19 cases linked to soccer players at Vaughan sportsplex

Cases include York, Simcoe, Toronto, Peel residents; public health says risk of exposure is high for individuals present Nov. 11 and 15
Education minister agrees to tour and assess aging Alliston high school

Education minister agrees to tour and assess aging Alliston high school

'Structurally, the building is beyond repair. It would require major mechanical and electrical upgrades. It is full of asbestos,' says local MPP
LETTER: Bradford resident concerned with proposed Community Centre redevelopment

LETTER: Bradford resident concerned with proposed Community Centre redevelopment

'Town council needs to recognize that this jewel of a park is a jewel because it is a park,' reader says
OPP on the lookout for impaired drivers this holiday season

OPP on the lookout for impaired drivers this holiday season

OPP's Festive R.I.D.E. campaign kicks off this week and runs until Jan. 3, 2021
Bradford Canadian Tire donates $5,000 to Bradford District High School’s ‘Adopt a Family’ program

Bradford Canadian Tire donates $5,000 to Bradford District High School’s ‘Adopt a Family’ program

The Adopt a Family program supports those in need during the holiday season
BarBurrito hosting food drive this holiday season

BarBurrito hosting food drive this holiday season

BarBurrito in Bradford will be collecting donations for The Helping Hand Food Bank
Numbers remain high as province reports 1,822 new COVID cases

Numbers remain high as province reports 1,822 new COVID cases

Public Health Ontario reports 29 deaths related to the coronavirus over the past 24 hours while more than 1,510 cases have been been resolved