Headliners - August 16, 2018

Resounding success as Madness returns

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Midnight Madness returned with resounding success. Last Friday evening, downtown Bolton was buzzing with community spirit as locals of all ages and backgrounds came out to enjoy the fun while supporting local businesses. Most activities ...

Olympic feel at Charity Classic

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR Mother Nature gave it her best as golfers teed it up at the Glen Eagle Charity Classic in support of Bethell ...

How data analytics can help grow your business

Written By ERIN BRITNELL By now, thanks to a little movie called Moneyball starring Brad Pitt, most people have heard how Billy Beane turned around ...

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He was better than Best, and Paul marries Carrie on this day

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR 1896 — Skookum Jim Mason, George Carmack and Dawson Charlie discover gold in a tributary of the Klondike River in Canada, ...

Magna Hall a ‘beautiful facility’ that will benefit everyone

Written By MARK PAVILONS As the finishing touches are put on Magna Hall, King students and community members are starting to preview the new space. ...

Little church leads to big festival in Belfountain

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD The quaint little Melville White Church on Mississauga Road is a perfect location to showcase classical music talent in Caledon. ...

Fines event raises needed funds

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR It took more than 30 vehicles and a few hearts of gold, but the Fines Ford Lincoln’s first-ever Touch-A-Truck Caledon delivered ...

Pommies cider naturally good

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Strange as it may seem, ten years ago there was only one cidery in Ontario. Nick Sutcliffe, who hails from ...

Peel, Dufferin candidates

Peel District School Board Dmytro Basmat 416.735.7842 Email: dmytrobasmat@gmail.com Facebook: BasmatForTrustee Website: www.votebasmat.com Twitter: @DmytroBasmat Instagram: @DmytroBasmat Stan Cameron 905.880.1162 Email: Stan.Cameron@sympatico.ca Website: stancameron.com Twitter: ...

Body found in burned car in Caledon identified as Brampton man

Officers from the Caledon Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) with the assistance of the Caledon OPP Major Crime Unit have identified the human ...

Caledon’s mayoral candidates speak out

This is the beginning of our coverage of the upcoming Oct. 22 municipal election. This week, we ask the candidates for mayor of Caledon why ...

Caledon business guru shares the CASTLE principles

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Lance Secretan, long-time Caledon resident, has spent the last many years encouraging businesses of every type to dump their usual methods ...

Bolton Camp receives $1-million donation from Jumpstart

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR The good-news story that is Bolton camp got even better last week when it was announced that Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart program ...

Sports

Rudolph rides to the top

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A hometown talent found his way near the top of the podium at last week’s Modern Pentathlon National Games, held between ...

Caledon tennis star reaches first WTA finals in Washington

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A run to her first World Tennis Association final may have ended in defeat, but Erin Routliffe is just getting started ...

MacLennan sparkles in return to competition

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Though admittedly rusty from a stark schedule of international competition as of late, shades of the two-time Olympic gold medalist came ...

Brewers get Midland in Playoffs

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Expect a few high-scoring affairs when the Bolton Brewers meet the Midland Mariners in the North Dufferin Baseball League playoffs. The ...

Legends bring home prestigious soccer championship

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Legends lived up to their namesake when they took home gold in a prestigious New York international tournament in ...

Brewers, Leafs preview playoffs

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE If Sunday’s matchup between the Bolton Brewers and Ivy Leafs is any indication, this year’s North Dufferin playoffs could get interesting. ...

Osprey Valley Open earns raves

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Hole-outs on the 72nd-hole, career low rounds, and Mackenzie Tour records paved the way for an exhilarating inaugural event at PGA ...

Brewers down O’s, lock up 3rd

A win over the Clearview Orioles has locked up no worse than a third place finish for the Bolton Brewers in the North Dufferin Baseball ...

Dodgers win one, lose one

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Sometimes one is all you need. A walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning gave the Bolton Dodgers their ...

Sisters leading the pack as they climb world rugby ladder

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE After sharing the field for years with her older sister by her side, this week’s Canadian Rugby Championship in Saskatchewan marks ...

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