Headliners - July 24, 2014

Helen and Al Anscomb are marking their 60th wedding anniversary today (Thursday).

By Bill Rea It seems almost remarkable for two people to have been married for 60 years, but Inglewood residents Helen and Al Anscomb have accomplished it, as of today (Thursday). They had their celebration Saturday at Caledon Fairgrounds, and ...

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 ...

Community Events

THURSDAY, JULY 24 “Has your life been affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon Family Group is for you.” The Bolton group meets Thursdays at 8:30 ...

Meeting on Town’s Tourism Study

The Town is inviting the community to attend a public information centre on the draft Caledon Tourism Study. Attendance and comments at this meeting are ...

Order tickets for annual Headwaters Arts Gala

The annual Headwaters Arts Festival will run this year from Sept. 19 to Oct. 5. The opening gala will be Sept. 19, starting at 7 ...

Town gets input on employments lands in Bolton

By Bill Rea The Town is working on getting two plots of land in Bolton classified for employment, and last Wednesday was the time for ...

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 ...

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 ...

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Albion man climbs Kilimanjaro to assist literacy

By Bill Rea Some people have a party to celebrate turning 50. Matthew Certosimo marked the occasion by taking part in a climb of Mount ...

PLAYERS PERFORM AT LIBRARY

CHECKING THE CREDIT RIVER WATERSHED
Volunteers were out Saturday at various locations along the Credit River watershed checking out the state of local streams, including those that might be hard to spot. Aarrathi Edward of Mississauga was taking the pictures while Sabrina Jivani of Mississauga and Barbara Adams of Georgetown logged the condition of this stream near the end of the Caledon Trailway in Terra Cotta.
Photo by Bill Rea

CHECKING THE CREDIT RIVER WATERSHED

Helpful tips for travelling in the car with a pet

Summer weekends can mean long drives, sometimes with pets in the car. Spending a vacation with the family dog or cat can be a rewarding ...

Wines of the World attract crowds

Blues and Jazz Fest hits Bolton

Animals were theme for week at church
Weird Animals was the theme recently, as young folks spend five days learning about the Bible at Cheltenham Baptist Church. There were lots of fun activities, as well as some pretty good music, provided by the likes of Kelly Noble, Pastor Wayne Melnechuk, Jack Noble, Julia Melnechuk, Dave Bechard, Christina Glenn and Jack Dixon. Dr. Ralph Greene, a former local school trustee and representative of Gideons International in Canada, was on hand with some Bible stories of his own.
Photos by Bill Rea

Animals were theme for week at church

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS AT MILLE NOTTE

The Ballagh Bunch will entertain in Shelburne at Fiddle Championship in August

The 64th Canadian Open Old Time Fiddle Championship will take place Aug. 6 to 10 in Shelburne. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Shelburne, the ...

Conservation authorities managing impacts from increased flooding

Conservation authorities are encouraged by a report released recently by Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner Gord Miller which highlights the need for additional investment in conservation authority ...

Sports

Mayor Marolyn Morrison dropped the ceremonial first ball in the recent 2014 Ontario Ball Hockey Federation (OBHF) Atom/Peewee Provincial Minor Championships. Brandon Hillier of the Milton Mad Men and Shane Thrower of the atom Caledon Bulldogs took the faceoff. Morrison was flanked by Dave Eccleston and Frank Rocca of the host Bulldogs and Under-16 Team Canada members Ryan Nicholson, Daniel Heelers and Ryan Eccleston.
Photo by Bill Rea

Bulldogs host Provincial championships

By Bill Rea It was something of a feather in the cap of the Caledon Bulldogs, as they recently hosted the Provincial championships in three ...

Bolton Brewers in tight race to hold on to lead in standings

By Jeff Doner It’s not easy being at the top, and the Bolton Brewers senior men’s baseball team is finally starting to realize that. There ...

Bolton’s boys of summer win back-to-back championships

The Bolton Braves mosquito rep baseball team, led by head coach Paul Della Penna, accomplished a rare feat over the weekend by winning their home ...

BRAVES TAKE TITLE IN STYLE

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

911 News

Citizen Self Reporting comes to Ontario Provincial Police

In what is being seen as another move to improve efficiency within one of the largest deployed police services in North America, Ontario Provincial Police ...

CHECKING CAR SEATS

Police lay drinking driving charge

A 23-year-old man from Mono is facing charges after Caledon OPP spotted a northbound BMW on the shoulder of Airport Road July 13. Police report the ...

Trailer and excavator stolen

Caledon OPP are investigating the theft of construction equipment from a property on The Gore Road June 12. Police said they learned the incident happened sometime ...

Woman charged with stunt driving

A 67-year-old woman from Etobicoke was charged with racing a motor vehicle June 18 after she was apparently seen speeding through the area of the ...

Tractors stolen from McLaughlin Road business

Caledon OPP are looking into the theft of two John Deere tractors with attached mowers from a McLaughlin Road property. They report they were called ...

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 ...

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