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Halton police initiate ‘Operation Hobo-cop’ in Burlington

Halton regional police have launched a four-day blitz in Burlington to catch people using their cellphones while driving. And they’re even going undercover, disguising themselves as roadside beggars – complete with tattered cardboard signs.

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Indira Naidoo-Harris

Naidoo-Harris petition urges Chudleigh to vote for provincial budget

Former Halton provincial Liberal candidate Indira Naidoo-Harris launched a petition earlier this week and began knocking on doors throughout Milton in an effort to gain the support to sway

New development new homes in Milton Ontario

Globe and Mail runs feature on Milton

It looks like the results of the 2011 census grabbed some attention outside of our fair town after all. This past Saturday, the Globe and Mail ran a

Water fluoridation in Milton and Halton

Halton Region decides to keep fluoridation

In a somewhat surprising decision, Halton Region council voted against banning fluoride in its water Tuesday night after a 10-hour debate. The final vote was an 11-9 tally

Tim Hortons vs. Starbucks

Tim Hortons upsizes with new extra-large cups

We're a little obsessed about our coffee here in Canada, eh? Proof of this occurred yet again yesterday when news that the iconic Canadian franchise Tim Hortons, plans to

Tintin movie

Tintin’s homeland gives movie a thumb’s up

Here at MiltonSearch.com headquarters, we've been huge fans of Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin books for many years now. So, we've been waiting anxiously for December 2011, when

Dalton McGuinty campaign trail 2011

Halton Votes 2011: Critiquing the Liberal 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

Traffic on highway 401 at night

Halton’s Transportation Master Plan for 2031

Former candidate for Milton Town Council (Ward 1), member of the Hawthorne Village Residents Association (HVRA) and concerned citizen Martin Capper recently attended the public information session on

Oakville cats now housebound

I had no idea that Milton had already passed a bylaw prohibiting free-range felines -- especially with the amount of posts popping up each week on the Hawthorne

Burned out house in Milton after gas explosion

Update on Milton family affected by explosion / fire

Many of our readers are contacting us looking for information about the family affected by Wednesday's gas explosion and house fire at the corner of Bennett and Clark

Anton Ego - Milton Ontario Restaurant Reviews

Milton restaurant reviews coming to MiltonSearch.com

Our recent MiltonSearch.com feedback survey wraps up later this week. You, our readers and visitors have spoken and we've begun working almost immediately on implementing some of the

Police clear Milton school bus driver

A week ago, we were the first to offer our $.02 on the big story being floated around town claiming that a Bishop Reding bus became trapped on

Milton school bus trapped at Main St. railway crossing

We first heard about this most troubling story whilst perusing the Hawthorne Villager Forum earlier this week in this thread. The original poster took their sweet time coming forward

Milton Mayor Gord Krantz

Champion openly backs Krantz

Whilst perusing our town's local fishwrap yesterday, I came across the paper's editorial column du jour and I have to admit to being a little surprised at what

Milton Town Hall

On the Campaign Trail: June 15, 2010

On the Campaign Trail is a regular feature on MiltonSearch.com's Milton Blog, focused on connecting Milton residents to the candidates for Town Council and their platforms. The Municipal

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