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New restaurant takes off at Lake Simcoe Regional Airport

New restaurant takes off at Lake Simcoe Regional Airport

Off Eleven Pizza + Eats opened June 3 at Oro-Medonte airport
No signs of slowing down for this 77-year-old rollerskater

No signs of slowing down for this 77-year-old rollerskater

Bradford’s Rosemary Williams used to be a competitive roller skater back in her day, and still continues to do it leisurely at the local pop up skate
OPP welcomes 13 new constables to Central Region

OPP welcomes 13 new constables to Central Region

Chief superintendent thanks recruits for 'dedication already shown'
Area family shares story of escape for World Refugee Day

Area family shares story of escape for World Refugee Day

They got out, but many others do not -- a committee of local volunteers is doing what they can to offer safety to refugees from across the globe
<b>PICKS OF THE WEEK:</b> Pride selections for teens and adults

PICKS OF THE WEEK: Pride selections for teens and adults

These titles celebrate the stories of the LGBTQ+ community
Over $4.1M in funding approved for  Scanlon Creek nature centre

Over $4.1M in funding approved for Scanlon Creek nature centre

The government will provide just over $4.1 million for the construction of a new nature centre in the Scanlon Creek Conservation Area
THE BIG READ: Finding Emma, a residential school victim who never came home

THE BIG READ: Finding Emma, a residential school victim who never came home

A little girl from Garden River First Nation vanished without a trace after being taken to a Thunder Bay residential school. More than a century later, a relative has finally pieced together her tragic story
POSTCARD MEMORIES: Remembering Miss Edith Belfry

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Remembering Miss Edith Belfry

Belfry was a teacher in Bradford
Good morning, Bradford!

Good morning, Bradford!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
<b>CANADA:</b> Employers willing to hire workers without direct experience, survey says

CANADA: Employers willing to hire workers without direct experience, survey says

Amid tight labour market, new study shows Canadian employers are willing to hire workers without experience related to the job