Listen Live
Listen Live
-0.7 C
Bracebridge

Now playing play

Now playing play

In The News

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

More News Happening

UPDATED: Friday transit detours for Bracebridge Santa Claus Parade 

UPDATED Nov. 29: Bracebridge officials have clarified the stop on Hiram Street at Liddard Street will remain open. Friday’s Santa Claus Parade in Bracebridge will bring with it some transit changes.  From 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 1, Bracebridge Transit will not be stopping at the Taylor Road, St....

Gravenhurst approves new Strategic Plan

For the next five years, Gravenhurst council will be guided by its new Strategic Plan.  The plan was approved Nov. 28 during a special meeting at the Centennial Centre.   Work on it began in March with help from Strategy Corp., a consulting firm based in Toronto.  Council, staff, and residents were brought...

Driver charged after truck ends up in ditch along HWY. 11

A 33-year-old from Sprucedale, Ont., has been charged with impaired driving after their vehicle went off the road along HWY. 11.  Provincial Const. Samantha Bigley says it happened around 2:35 p.m. on Nov. 27 in "white-out conditions." Officers were told by other motorists the vehicle in question was hauling a...

Huntsville looking for comments on Strategic Plan

Reve Frame, Director of Corporate and Community Strategy for the Town of Huntsville, says the town's Strategic Plan is "entirely based on the feedback we heard from the community." A draft of the plan has been posted on the town's website and Frame is asking for the public's feedback. "This is...

Muskoka Shoebox Project coming up short ahead of Dec. 1, seeking donations 

Just ahead of its Dec. 1 deadline, the Muskoka Shoebox Project is still over 1000 boxes short.  Heather Scott, coordinator for the project, says they had hoped to raise 1,556 shoeboxes filled with items for women in need, but they’re currently at 342. She says the start of month deadline...

Condolences pour in after fatal Hwy. 60 crash

Huntsville Mayor Nancy Alcock and many others are offering their condolences after five people died in a crash on Hwy. 60 over the weekend.  It happened around 11:10 p.m. on Nov. 25 near Hidden Valley Rd.  "On behalf of Huntsville council, we send our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to their...
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -