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Conservation Authority receives funding to restore habitat

Conservation Authority receives funding to restore habitat

Fisheries and Oceans Canada are providing $165,000 over three years to help the Conservation Authority restore the natural habitat
Amid 'scourge of fentanyl,' more people to face justice in local drug overdose deaths

Amid 'scourge of fentanyl,' more people to face justice in local drug overdose deaths

Several people have been charged in connection to overdose deaths across Simcoe County in recent months and their cases remain before the courts
Another electronic sign coming to downtown Bradford

Another electronic sign coming to downtown Bradford

The new sign will be located on the side of the building at 38 Holland St. East
Town increases long-term borrowing but cuts costs, thanks to low interest rates

Town increases long-term borrowing but cuts costs, thanks to low interest rates

'It is an opportune time to borrow,' says mayor
The dangers of energy drinks

The dangers of energy drinks

In her weekly column, Bradford West Gwillimbury licensed nutritionist Nonie De Long shares the harm of these sugary, caffeinated beverages
Ontario reports 4,456 new COVID cases Sunday

Ontario reports 4,456 new COVID cases Sunday

Today's report includes 2,617 recoveries and 21 new deaths
Mayor Keffer, councillors send letter to Dr. Gardner requesting more vaccine supply for 'hot spot' Bradford

Mayor Keffer, councillors send letter to Dr. Gardner requesting more vaccine supply for 'hot spot' Bradford

"It is completely unacceptable that Bradford only has clinics three days per week and testing only once,' says councillor
Battle of the Bluebird Boxes <b>(7 photos)</b>

Battle of the Bluebird Boxes (7 photos)

Freelance writer, Rosaleen Egan describes the birds who have been visiting this season
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Four ways to support mothers' mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

BEYOND LOCAL: Four ways to support mothers' mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

The challenges of the pandemic have been especially hard on mothers, who are most likely to shoulder the burden of increased home-schooling and household demands
CHATS ‘Swing into Spring’ event moved to June

CHATS ‘Swing into Spring’ event moved to June

The event has been pushed back to June