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Speed surveillance camera moving to Langford Boulevard

Speed surveillance camera moving to Langford Boulevard

After reports of high speeds and accidents around Langford Boulevard, town staff and BWG Council have agreed to relocate the current speed surveillance camera from Colborne Street in Ward 2 to Langford Boulevard in Ward 1.
2 team members test positive for Covid at Bradford Shoppers Drug Mart

2 team members test positive for Covid at Bradford Shoppers Drug Mart

The last day the members worked was March 30 and April 5
6 new COVID cases reported in county schools over the weekend, 2 in Bradford

6 new COVID cases reported in county schools over the weekend, 2 in Bradford

Cases reported at St. Angela Merici and St. Maire of the Incarnation
Ontario reports 4,401 new COVID cases Monday

Ontario reports 4,401 new COVID cases Monday

There are more than 34,000 active cases in Ontario, which is the highest ever reported by Public Health Ontario
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> 'Relationship glasses' shape how we see the good, the bad and the ugly in romantic partners

BEYOND LOCAL: 'Relationship glasses' shape how we see the good, the bad and the ugly in romantic partners

Our beliefs about our romantic partner act like a pair of tinted glasses that colour our experience of our partner
Warmer weather has residents wondering what’s allowed during stay at home order <b>(18 photos)</b>

Warmer weather has residents wondering what’s allowed during stay at home order (18 photos)

The stay at home order doesn’t mean you can’t get out and enjoy the town’s parks and trails
Good morning, Bradford!

Good morning, Bradford!

Celebrate the little things.
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> After COVID-19, funding post-secondary students could create more accessible education

BEYOND LOCAL: After COVID-19, funding post-secondary students could create more accessible education

Financial barriers that discourage some people from participating in higher education would be reduced if the net costs of virtual education decreased
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