Headliners - December 18, 2014

There was a large crowd out Sunday night at the Stationlands in Inglewood for Jinglewood, a celebration put on by the Village of Inglewood Association (VIA). The festivities included hay rides through the hamlet, with Santa Claus leading in the singing of songs of the season.

Jinglewood brings out the celebration

Trustee Frank Di Cosola is vice-chair of the Dufferin-Peel board

The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board recently re-elected Mississauga Trustee Mario Pascucci as chair for the coming year. And Frank Di Cosola, trustee for Caledon ...

Peaceful ‘Oasis’ at Palgrave Church

Looking for a moment of quiet or a space to breathe, despite the busy nature of this season? Palgrave United Church will offer An Oasis ...

Last week’s snow storm worse than expected

By Bill Rea The snowfall last week was expected, but things were a lot heavier than had been anticipated. But Caledon’s Director of Public Works ...

Research group checking Townhall theatre for ghosts

By Bill Rea It looks like there might be some ghosts haunting the old Caledon Townhall. The former municipal building, now the theatre for the ...

2015 WinterFest coming Jan. 4

The Town of Caledon will be hosting the 11th annual WinterFest Jan, 4. Bring the family and join friends and neighbours at Mayfield Recreation Complex ...

A Christmas Carol being performed in area

Pool closing for couple of days

The pool area at the Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness in Bolton will be closed due to a lighting retrofit project. The closure will ...

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Christine Elliott outlines her vision

By Bill Rea Christine Elliott has the backing of Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones in her bid to be the next leader of the Ontario Progressive ...

A new family tradition at Bolton area Monastery

By Lorne Derraugh Is there such thing as a new tradition? Traditions have their start somewhere. Did you know that for 11 years, the Sisters ...

Family day at the Exchange

The ‘free-range’ fallacy

By Lindsae Paterson When you think free-range, you think of chickens running around the barnyard, pecking for grubs and grass with plenty of fresh air, ...

Godly Play coming to Caledon East United

Caledon East United Church has announced a new education program for children called Godly Play. This Montessori-style program is based upon the recognition that children ...

Explore and create this holiday season at PAMA

Looking for some local, affordable and fun family activities this holiday season? Warm up, explore the exhibitions at Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archive (PAMA) ...

CONCERT BAND CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS

FRASER AND GIRARD PERFORM AT CLAUDE

Legacy whale inspired 1,000 kids to make DAREarts Holiday cards

The ribbon cutting ceremony for the award-winning Legacy will take place at the Alder Street Recreation Complex in Orangeville tomorrow (Friday) from 5 to 6:30 ...

Caledon’s Jayde Lavoie – staying outside the ‘box’ in theatre

By Constance Scrafield The mid-teen years can be a most formative time of our lives. It certainly seems that this is so for 16-year-old Jayde ...

Sports

Golden Hawk Ryan Mouser battles downs low for the puck with Flyer Jon Goldsworthy during last Sunday’s 8 - 3 loss.
Photo by Jake Courtepatte

Golden Hawks thwart Siskins comeback in shootout victory

By Jake Courtepatte It was the first trip of the season to Stayner for the Junior C Caledon Golden Hawks last Thursday, in a game ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — December 18, 2014

Robert F. Hall sports round up — Several teams open seasons with wins

By Gabi Best November was filled with tryouts and exhibition games for the Robert F. Hall Wolf Pack teams. All the teams finished with wins ...

Curlers play cold turkey to clebrate Christmas

By Shellee Morning King Curling Club What do turkeys and curling have in common? Nothing, except when there’s a Turkey Shoot. For a little extra ...

MAYFIELD TAKES ROPSSAA CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP

NOVICE AA HAWKS VISIT EXCHANGE

Stagnant Golden Hawks fall apart in third in loss to Otters

By Jake Courtepatte With only three games on the schedule over the last three weeks, the Junior C Caledon Golden Hawks have hit an offensive ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — December 11, 2014

By Jake Courtepatte The Wolfpack from Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School hit the ice last week for the first time this season, kicking off ...

St. Michael Thunder hockey off to .500 start for the season

By Jake Courtepatte Three games into the ROPSSAA season, the St. Michael Catholic Secondary School varsity hockey team out of Bolton were off to a ...

911 News

Festive RIDE gets two drinking-driving charges last week

Caledon OPP conducted 30 Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) spot checks last week as part of its holiday season campaign. These spot checks, set up at ...

Police seeking volunteers for Restorative Justice program

Caledon OPP are seeking people who are interested in making a difference in their community through the Caledon Restorative Justice program. OPP officers and specially trained ...

Drivers need more time to stop in winter weather conditions

From the desk of Inspector Tim Melanson Are your tires the right ones for winter driving? Do you drive where there’s a lot of snow? ...

CAR SEAT CLINIC

Stunt driving charge laid near Tullamore

An 18-year-old Caledon man was charged Dec. 2 after Caledon OPP spotted a car speeding along Mayfield Road. Police said an officer was on Mayfield, ...

Man arrested for assault

A 30-year-old Brampton resident is facing an assault charge after a Dec. 1 incident in Caledon village. Caledon OPP reports a man had gone to ...

Three drinking and driving charges in Caledon last week

Caledon OPP officers are still finding people driving after having had too much to drink. There were three people charged last week, and one of them ...

Man arrested for fraud

A man who apparently skimmed gas card information has been charged with fraud. Caledon OPP reports officers were called to investigate a complaint March 10, ...

OPP supporting positive actions of young people

Young people doing the right thing may earn themselves some well-deserved recognition this winter. OPP will be continuing its partnership with Mac’s Convenience Stores across ...

Search warrant results in arrests

Five Caledon men, ranging in age from 19 to 54, are facing charges after members of the Caledon OPP Street Crime Unit, along with members from ...

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