Headliners - March 29, 2018

The search is over as OPP confirm body of Kaden Young has been recovered

Written By Brian Lockhart The search for a missing three year-old, who was swept into the fast flowing Grand River back in February, has ended. Kaden Young was lost after the van driven by his mother, Michelle Hanson, was pulled ...

Provincial candidates largely negative on budget

By Bill Rea The Provincial budget brought down last Wednesday by Finance Minister Charles Sousa offered lots of promised spending, along with some people paying ...

‘The Golden Voice’ to perform at CrossCurrents

Singer-songwriter and producer Jorge Luis Rojas, professionally known as Rojitas, will be performing next Friday (April 13) at CrossCurrents Cafe in Bolton. Known for his ...

Caledon Meals on Wheels holds community open house

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Caledon Meals on Wheels (CMOW) recently held an open house to show members of the community their new home, and to ...

Bolton fire station project delayed, contractor removed

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Due to an issue with Pegah Construction Ltd., the contractor hired to construct the new Bolton fire station, completion of the ...

Brisk slime sales are going to help Sick Kids

By Bill Rea There’s no denying slime sells, and sometimes for a good cause. Bolton resident Lauren Pagliuca, 11, has been selling slime to raise ...

Some positives in budget for Mayor

By Bill Rea There was some good items in last Wednesday’s Provincial budget, as far as Mayor Allan Thompson was concerned. But he was curious ...

Green Party leader Mike Schreiner outlines platform in visit to riding

By Mike Pickford Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party of Ontario, made Orangeville the final stop on his week-long, province-wide tour last week, telling ...

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Berber, Lotus will hit the road for dog guides

Written By MARK PAVILONS The stage is set for the annual Pet Value Walk for Dog Guides, and some well known faces will take part ...

Nobleton park named in honour of Lions Club

Written By MARK PAVILONS The Nobleton sports park will be officially named “The Nobleton Lions Community Park.” King councillors endorsed a staff recommendation calling for ...

Caledon Spring Home Show brings local business to the fore

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The annual Caledon Spring Home Show provides a ‘shop local’ experience on a variety of businesses and entrepreneurs. Hosted by the ...

Old School Road closed for reconstruction

Old School Road will be closed from Winston Churchill Boulevard to Heritage Road and Mississauga Road to Chinguacousy Road. ANTICIPATED COMMENCEMENT DATE: April 25, 2018
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Hike for Bethell Hospice taking place on May 6 in Inglewood

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The eighth annual Hike for Bethell Hospice will take place on Sunday, May 6, in Inglewood, with the event being one ...

Town of Shelburne releases 2017 annual report to the public

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The Town of Caledon has released its 2017 Annual Report, highlighting important accomplishments, including fiscal accountability, infrastructure growth, and ongoing strategic ...

Caledon Parent-Child Centre host Laugh Out Loud fundraiser

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) recently hosted their 14th annual Laugh out Loud (LOL) event, where those in attendance enjoyed some ...

Local dentistry offers therapeutic Botox treatment to patients

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Smiles on Queen Dentistry is a husband and wife dentist team that provides therapeutic Botox, a relatively new service in the ...

Davis Farm a popular spot for sweet toothed local residents

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Davis Feed and Farm Supply Ltd. is not just your typical farm. That it because they have been making and selling ...

Canadian musician Matthew Good to headline Celebrate Caledon Festival

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The 11th annual Celebrate Caledon Day is the town’s biggest festival event, and will see not only a famous Canadian musician ...

Sports

Caledon Senior Hockey season wraps up

April 16, 2018 The Caledon Senior Hockey League’s playoff round-robin may have been close but that was not the case for the championship final. With ...

Caledon’s Raddysh leads OHL’s Greyhounds to semifinal series

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE There’s an old saying, that there’s no moment more exciting in sports than a game seven. Caledon’s Taylor Raddysh, at just ...

Bolton Brewers looking to repeat as NDBL champions

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE It may be hard to believe, but baseball season is just around the corner. With the white stuff still on the ...

Novice, bantam Hawks take Tri-County championships

By Jake Courtepatte It was a fitting trio of titles for the Caledon Hawks in the Tri-County league championships. Both the novice AE and bantam ...

Sports Toby Jug Athletes of the Week — March 29, 2018

Hard hitting action in Sunday Night Hockey League

The Pommies Cider Co. Wild are sitting in pretty good shape after six evenings of round-robin play in the Sunday Night Hockey League. They have ...

Six-way tie in senior hockey round-robin

The playoff battle in the Caledon Senior Hockey League is the most intense in years. After two games of the round-robin, all six teams have ...

Stage set for championship curling this week

By Shellee Morning King Curling Club Now there are two. When playoffs began three weeks ago, each league of King’s curling club started the first ...

Minor Hawks battling it out in Tri-County championships

By Jake Courtepatte And then there were three. A trio of Caledon Hawk squads remains on the ice for some springtime hockey, all battling for ...

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — March 22, 2018

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