1.) Headon Forest Walks the Talk. Meet your step goals and make new neighbor connections Wednesday, Sept. 4, 8:30 to 9:15 p.m., St. Timothy’s School playground, 2141 Deer Run Ave. Burlington. Contact: 905-464-2037.
OAKVILLE – Halton police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a young man from Oakville.
Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre
Go Transit commuters might want to take note on a couple of changes that will affect their weekday afternoon rush-hour trains to head home. Metrolinx announced that some Lakeshore West GO train trips will depart from different platforms at Union Statio…
The Town of Oakville has received a $30,000 grant from the province to help main street businesses improve their online presence.
OAKVILLE — The Green party has selected James Elwick as its Oakville riding candidate for the coming federal election. Elwick, a resident of Oakville and professor at York University, urges Oakville voters to be courageous. “Be bold with your vote to s…
HALTON- Is violence on the rise in Halton? The question is definitely on the minds of many residents after the region, long touted as the safest regional municipality in Canada, experienced three homicides in less than a week.
Halton Regional Police Const. Marc Taraso said an incredibly unsafe BMW has been taken off the road and its driver, a 17-year-old boy, is facing a rash of charges.
This month has been complicated for Halton Regional Police.
Turns out vehicle stops are a lot like a box of chocolates.