Headliners - July 17, 2014

Romeo (Kelly Penner) mourns over what he thinks is the dead body of his Juliet (Eunjung Nam). This was from Friday’s performance in Aurora.
Photos by Bill Rea

Humber River Shakespeare Company successfully open King’s ASK Festival

By Brittany Spencer The Humber River Shakespeare Company (HRSC) initiated King’s Annual ASK Festival with an outstanding performance of the timeless love story Romeo and Juliet this last Thursday (July 10), at the Country Day Performing Arts Centre. Audience members ...

Discover what’s growing in Peel

The 2014 Grown in Peel guide is now available, listing places in the region where fresh produce can be found. “Get active by visiting local ...

Meals on Wheels needs board members

Caledon Meals on Wheels (CMOW) is looking for candidates to replace board members who have reached the end of their terms. The current board is ...

Crowds come out for CaledonStock in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada

Temporary closure to Caledon Trailway

Both entrances to the Caledon Trailway from Airport Road in Caledon East will be temporarily closed to install crossing signage for the trail. The Town ...

Community Events

THURSDAY, JULY 17 Caledon Seniors’ Centre will be hosting games and a summer steak barbecue at the Centre at 7 Rotarian Way. It will start ...

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Light Up the Runway fundraiser to support local hospice

The Brampton Flight Centre (BFC) and Bethell Hospice Foundation are joining forces in the first-ever Light Up the Runway Walk Aug. 7 to help raise ...

Jones raises questions about alleged misconduct in Legislature

Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones last week questioned Attorney General Madeline Meilleur on why a Peel assistant crown attorney received double his annual pay in one year; ...

BOLTON WOMAN WINS AT SLOTS

Trudy Valier seeking council seat in Bolton

By Bill Rea Bolton resident Trudy Valier is taking another shot at getting elected to Caledon council. She has announced her plans to make another ...

Belooussov taking another run at area council seat in Bolton

By Bill Rea Andrei Belooussov has announced he will be making a second run for the area seat in Caledon’s Ward 5 in this fall’s ...

Shaughnessy promises fresh approach as she runs for council

Life-long Ward 1 resident Barb Shaughnessy wants to bring her passion to maintaining the vision for her area, and she’s taking that to the political ...

Beffort seeking another term on council

By Bill Rea “I enjoy the job,” said Caledon Councillor Doug Beffort as he announced he will be seeking re-election. Beffort is completing his second ...

Good times had at annual Cheltenham Day festivities

Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association celebrates 20th anniversary

The Board of Directors of the Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association celebrated 20 years since the incorporation of the Association June 26. Headwaters Country Tourism ...

New no-parking zone near Caledon village

A parking prohibition will be established in an area near Caledon village, by the Lafarge Canada gravel pit. Caledon Council recently approved this by-law on ...

Sports

Bolton Dodgers dedicate 8-5 win to their late manager

By Jeff Doner After being rained out last Thursday in Angus, the Bolton Dodgers senior men’s baseball team returned home to North Hill Park Sunday ...

NDBL All-Stars put on performance at Mansfield

Sunny and warm weather graced the North Dufferin Baseball League All-Star Game Saturday at Mansfield Community Park and hosted by the Mansfield Cubs. The annual ...

NOVICE BANDITS VICTORIOUS AT TOURNAMENT

Hot action as regular season ends in Inglewood Ball Hockey League play

The regular season is in the books in the Inglewood Ball Hockey League (IBHL), with George’s Arena Sports posting nothing but wins. They closed out ...

Bolton Dodgers blanked by Aurora in North Dufferin Baseball action

By Jeff Doner The 2014 season hasn’t been kind to the Bolton Dodgers, as injuries and inconsistency have them sitting fourth from the bottom in ...

Subway Athletes of the Week — July 3, 2014

Caledon Bandits peewees win the Bob Batching Tournament

The Caledon Bandits peewee 1 lacrosse team entered the recent Bob Patching Tournament as the host squad. With drive, pure determination and a lot of ...

Town enters agreement for use of ball diamond

The Town of Caledon and the Caledon Agricultural Society have formed an agreement regarding the public use of the lands and baseball diamond at the ...

North Dufferin Baseball League All-Star game is this Saturday

Mansfield Community Park will host lots of action this Saturday (July 5) as the All-Stars of the North Dufferin Baseball League roll into the small ...

Rose Ramsarran getting ready to represent Canada at World Taekwondo competition

By Bill Rea A Mayfield Secondary School student has earned the right to represent Canada at the World Taekwondo competition in Mexico later this year, ...

911 News

Caledon OPP adds four new members to its auxiliary unit

The auxiliary unit of Caledon OPP welcomed four new members to their ranks June 20. The 25-member unit continues to assist regular members by attending ...

FIREFIGHTERS’ CAR WASH WAS SUCCESSFUL

Caledon man facing several charges

A 33-year-old Caledon man is facing a number of charges after a July 4 incident in Bolton. Caledon OPP reports they started an investigation into ...

OPP hosts retired members in celebration of new exhibit

Friends of The OPP Museum, in partnership with the Museum, are presenting two Meet our Veterans Days. One will be this Saturday (July 5) and ...

Woman arrested for impaired driving

A concerned citizen is being credited with helping Caledon OPP catch a suspected impaired driver early in the morning of June 22. Police report they got ...

Speed related deaths have more than doubled from last year

Highway deaths with speed as a causal factor have doubled in 2014 compared to the same period last year, according to recent data released by ...

Man charged following collision

A 20-year-old Caledon man was charged last week in light of a June 1 traffic accident in Bolton. Caledon OPP reports they were called to ...

Man charged at spot check

A 50-year-old man from Brampton is facing charges after he was arrested May 29 at a Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) spot check. Caledon OPP reports ...

Operation Freeze will show doing the right thing is cool

Ontario Provincial Police are once again teaching kids that getting caught “doing the right thing” this summer can be cool. Through a partnership with Mac’s ...

Prescription drug drop-off was a success

OPP detachments throughout the province recently hosted Prescription Drug Drop Off Days, and they were a big success. More than 70 OPP detachments participated this year ...

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