Headliners - June 25, 2018

Challengers’ baseball diamond a big hit

By Constance Scrafield It was a special afternoon for some special kids thanks to the Blue Jays Care Foundation, the Bolton Braves Baseball Association, the Caledon Challenger Program and Toronto and Region Conservation Area (TRCA). The Grand Opening this week ...

Bethell, CCS benefit from Open

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR The Osprey Valley Open announced today that three organizations – the Bethell Hospice Foundation, Caledon Community Services, and Credit Valley Conservation ...

Many Hands, Doing Good hoping to inspire generations of kids

Written By MARK PAVILONS An unimaginable tragedy has resulted in something good, something very good. Many Hands, Doing Good was launched July 3. The not-for-profit ...

Paramedic move creates online furor

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR Peel Regional Paramedic Services Chief and Director Peter Dundas tried soothing the fears of the many Caledon residents who believe a ...

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Henry gets hitched, the King gets a contract, the Stones start up, and an Angel is born on this day

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR 1543 — King Henry Vlll marries his sixth and last wife, Catherine Parr. It takes a lot of confidence for a ...

Cuddy Jamboree for C.O.R.E.

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD The annual Jim’s [Cuddy] Jamboree is coming up on August 5, 2018 in support of Conserve Our Rural Environment (C.O.R.E.), an ...

Touch-A-Truck Caledon ready to roll this Saturday

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR More than 30 vehicles will be on display at the Albion Bolton Fairgrounds on Bolton’s South Hill on Saturday, July 21 ...

Allstone makes art out of rock

Written By Mark Pavilons Stone is not just a natural building material, but an architectural piece of art, an eye-catching creation of Mother Nature. Schomberg’s ...

Bolton gymnasts vault into contention

Written By CITIZEN STAFF Bolton Gymnastics’ competitive team Synergy Gymnastics recently travelled to Amherstburg, just south of Windsor to compete at the 2018 Ontario Gymnastics ...

Cricket action

Cricketers of King, unite: the world’s top batters have descended on the Township. The month of July marks the inaugural edition of the Global T20 ...

Sylvia Jones hits the ground running as cabinet takes shape

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR “These are early days,” cautioned Ontario’s new minister of tourism, culture and sport, Sylvia Jones. The Dufferin-Caledon MPP, who won her ...

Right at Home helping Caledon residents with in-home health care

Written By MIKE PICKFORD A new addition to the Caledon business community, Right at Home Canada is here to stay. The organization, which specializes in ...

Student donates hair for cancer

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR Hair today, gone tomorrow. Horrible pun aside, that aptly describes the day young Aiden Singh experienced June 21 when he allowed ...

The king, the man in black and MJ on this day

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR 1937 — Spam, the canned luncheon “meat”, is unleashed on an unsuspecting world. 1946 — The bikini goes on sale after ...

Sports

Orangeville skier hoping to take on the world in Russia

Written By MIKE PICKFORD One Orangeville resident is asking for the public’s assistance as he continues to chase a lifelong Olympic dream. Ever since 19-year-old ...

Brewers trio make all-star team

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Three Bolton Brewers are being commended for their part in bringing their team to the top of AA ball. Daniel Accardo, ...

Brewers drop a deuce, but still on top

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Bolton Brewers may have finally met their match. In the first two meetings of the North Dufferin Baseball League season ...

Former Leaf Holland a world away

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Sometimes when you need to bring a spark back to your career, a change of pace is necessary. NHL journeyman Peter ...

Bandits still hold own fate

Written By JAKE COURTPATTE The junior C Caledon Bandits came close, but ultimately fell short of a third period comeback last week against the Oakville ...

Bandits breakdown leaves team in battle for basement

Written By JAKE COURTEMATTE The Caledon Bandits seemed poised to pick up their second win of the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season, before a ...

Bolton Dodgers finding runs tough to manufacture

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A rollercoaster of a season has hit a downslope for the Bolton Dodgers, who managed just one run through back-to-back games ...

Bandits steal win from Mimico

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Bandits can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Nine games  and just over a month into the Ontario Junior ...

Brewers on the ball, perfect through eight games

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Bolton Brewers are back in a familiar position. The perennial powerhouse AA ball club sits atop the North Dufferin Baseball ...

Earning Hardware

PHOTO: JAKE COURTEPATTE THE SEASON MAY be young, but the Under-17/18 HEADS Hurricanes women’s soccer team has already earned some hardware – and on home ...

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