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Milton Remembrance Day Service

On Friday, November 11th, the Royal Canadian Legion is holding their annual Remembrance Day service at the Milton Evergreen Cemetery cairn at 11:00 am.

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Halton Regional Police

Serious collision in Nassagaweya

Halton Regional Police are investigating a serious collision that occurred Friday afternoon at 20 Side Road and Second Line (Nassagaweya) in the Town of Milton. Just before 2:30

Halton Regional Police

Halton Hills Fine Jewellery robbed

On the first Saturday morning of November here in Milton, a downtown jewellery store was robbed in broad daylight. Halton Regional Police are reporting that Halton Hills Fine Jewellery

Milton Ontario News

Extra, Extra: November 5, 2011

Extra, extra is a rundown of all of the Milton, Ontario-related news headlines we missed earlier that you ought to care about or ought not to miss. This

Halton Regional Police

Man dead after collision with train in Milton

Halton Regional Police are investigating a fatal collision that occurred this morning between a Canadian Pacific Railway freight train and a motor vehicle in the Town of Milton.

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: November 3, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, an elderly man was assaulted on Halloween night, a

Truck chase west of Toronto Oct. 31, 2011

Alleged truck thief appears in Milton court

The man who allegedly stole a flatbed truck and took police on a marathon chase Monday morning has been identified as 40-year-old Jason Meadus. Meadus appeared in court in

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: October 30, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, Halton Regional Police are seeking (only) a $6.1 million

Aurora Borealis in Southern Ontario near Milton, Toronto, GTA

Shutterbug: Aurora borealis spotted in Milton

Normally only visible in northern parts of the country, many residents of Southern Ontario were treated to a spectacular light show Monday night, when the northern lights were

Eleanor McMahon widow of George Stobbart

Coroner launches broad review of cycling deaths

The office of Ontario’s Chief Coroner is launching a review of cyclists’ deaths across the province in the hopes of finding ways to prevent similar deaths in the

Milton GO Bus on Highway 401

GO Bus strike averted

Metrolinx has successfully reached an agreement with the Amalgamated Transit Union and all GO Transit service will operate as usual on Monday, October 24. 1,500 GO bus drivers and

GO Bus strikes expected across GTA

Commuters should prepare for headaches Monday morning as 1,500 GO bus drivers and other workers appear set to walk off the job. The transit union had yet to reach

Velodrome Pan Am games

Milton in the running for Pan-Am velodrome

Milton is racing to bid for the permanent Pan Am indoor cycling facility turned down by Hamilton council. The council for the booming town of about 90,000 decided Monday

Tim Hortons lasagna

Would you like coffee with your lasagna?

The Toronto Star is reporting that Tim Hortons is set to introduce a new menu item alongside its coffee, doughnuts, bagels and sandwiches. Can't guess? Well, it's lasagna, naturally. It's

Mountain climbing at Kelso Conservation Area Milton

Climber injured after fall in Milton

A 25-year-old woman miraculously survived a 12-metre fall while climbing in the Kelso Conservation Area. Emergency services responded to a call regarding an injured climber at the north face

Milton News

Extra, Extra: October 15, 2011

Extra, extra is a rundown of all of the Milton, Ontario-related news headlines we missed earlier that you ought to care about or ought not to miss. This

Tony Lambert Milton Ontario

Councillor Lambert charged with assault

The Milton Canadian Champion is reporting that local and regional councillor Tony Lambert of Milton is being charged with assault. According to Halton Regional Police, Lambert has been charged

Milton Ontario Newspaper

Milton Newsstand: October 13, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, Premier McGuinty was re-elected, voter turnout in Halton was

Halton Regional Police

Acton woman killed in collision at Mohawk Racetrack

Halton Regional Police are investigating a pedestrian fatality in front of the Mohawk Race Track and OLG Slots early Saturday evening. At approximately 5:30 p.m. emergency services were

Ted Chudleigh re-elected in Halton, Milton in 2011

Chudleigh re-elected in Halton

Ted Chudleigh escapes with Halton for a second election in a row. It didn't come nearly as close as 2007's victory by only 176 votes, but Chudleigh still

First regional dual-lane roundabout set to open in Milton

The first Regional dual-lane roundabout, at Tremaine Road and Main Street in Milton, will open to traffic on Tuesday, October 11. “Ensuring the right infrastructure is in the right

CBC Vote Compass

Unsure of who to vote for? Try CBC’s Vote Compass

Well, here we are. For Ontario residents, it's election day. Are you still unsure of who to vote for? If so, it would hardly be surprising. It looks to be

Halton Regional Police cruiser

Halton police institute mandatory driving training for its officers

So many Halton police cruisers have been involved in crashes that the force has instituted mandatory driving training for its officers. In the first six months of this year,

Tim Hudak Ontario PC Party

Halton Votes 2011: Critiquing the PC platform

The following column was written by Laura Steiner, a freelance journalist based in Milton. Laura was also selected to be a Halton correspondent by the Toronto Star for

Andrea Horwath Ontario NDP

Halton Votes 2011: Critiquing the NDP platform

The following column was written by Laura Steiner, a freelance journalist based in Milton. Laura was also selected to be a Halton correspondent by the Toronto Star for

Cats at the Oakville Milton Humane Society

Ringworm outbreak closes Oakville-Milton animal shelter

A ringworm outbreak has shut the Oakville and Milton Humane Society animal shelter and could cost up to $100,000, according to an employee. There are no plans to euthanize

Halton Regional Police

Halton police seek persons of interest in gas bar robbery

On Monday September 19th, 2011 at approximately 8:30 pm an armed male entered the kiosk of the Hornby Pump Gas Bar and demanded cash from the lone employee.

Milton Transit Bus

Milton Transit honoured by Transportation Association of Canada

The winner of TAC’s 2011 Sustainable Urban Transportation Award is the Corporation of the Town of Milton in recognition of their marketing program to encourage transit use in

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: October 3, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, we head to the polls yet again, many North

Halton Regional Police

No fatalities after six-car pileup on 401 near Milton

Only one person was sent to hospital following a six-vehicle pileup on Highway 401 Friday night. The collision occurred between Guelph Line and Highway 25. The eastbound side of

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