One thing that the pandemic has allowed people to do is get out and discover their communities.
A new friendly feud between neighbouring shops is catching on in several communities across Ontario and it has now landed in Uxbridge.
The pandemic has been mentally and emotionally exhausting for everyone and front-line health-care workers come face to face with the virus each day.
While the pandemic has affected the sport of mountain bike racing, Tyler Orschel is gearing up to head to Europe next week to compete.
The Durham Children’s Aid Foundation has teamed up with another non-profit, Their Opportunity, to re-launch a mentorship program.
The mobile unit has been out in the community for just over a week now and it’s already making an impact.
The 2020-2021 OHL season is the latest to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Late Friday afternoon, the provincial government not only extended the stay-at-home order by two weeks, but made further restrictions.
‘Win Space. Kickstart Your Dream’ is a contest the Clarington Board of Trade launched this month with a number of partners.
Some Indigenous people in Durham are now able to learn the language their ancestors spoke through a program at Durham College.
According to a recent report put out by properly, Durham Region has seen the greatest appreciation in the Greater Toronto Area over the past year and a half.
Producers across the province say they’re seeing some of their worst maple syrup crops in almost a decade.
It’s been more than two years since the province made changes to the Ontario Autism Plan.
Over the course of the past year, most people’s lives have been put on hold. That includes those looking to say ‘I do.’
Three-year-old Elena Foster is her parents world but navigating it has been tough.