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Brantford Police seek help in identifying male

Brantford Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a man. On Monday July 8, police responded to a call of a Sexual Assault at Earl Haig Park on Market Street. The investigation involved a 20 year old female and

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One dead, one injured in Freelton crash

A head-on collision on Highway 6 claimed the life of a Cambridge woman and left another person seriously injured. 38-year-old Lori Sellner was travelling north on highway 6 near Freelton last evening when a southbound S-U-V crossed into the centre

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Jays look for split after 5-4 loss to BoSox

The Blue Jays will try and split a four-game set at Fenway Park when they wrap up their series today with the Red Sox. Aaron Sanchez lost his league-high 14th game last night in Boston’s 5-4 victory. Boston ace Chris

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Gas down a cent

Gas prices range from $1.16-$1.29 a litre as of 4:30 a-m. Prices are expected to drop 1-cent a litre today to an average of $1.25.9 a litre. Brantford, Brant, Hamilton:  $1.18-$1.26 Burlington/Waterdown: $1.18-$1.27 Milton/Oakville/Mississauga: $1.19-$1.29 Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph: $1.18-$1.27 Welland-Niagara

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Continuing hot, humid, unsettled

The Weather Centre Forecast, Today: a mix of sun and clouds, chance of a shower. South wind 10-25. High 29 (humidex 38). Tonight: mainly cloudy with the risk of thunderstorms, which could be severe overnight. Southwest wind 20-40.  Low 23

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Severe flooding in GTA

Torrential rain is causing severe flooding on several roads across the Greater Toronto Area. The flooding forced the TTC to close at least one subway station. The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority is warning that all shorelines, rivers and streams

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Brantford’s Public Works General Manager retiring

The City’s General Manager of Public Works, Beth Goodger is calling it a career Over the last 32 years, Goodger has held a variety of senior positions in Hamilton, Toronto and Brantford. During her tenure with the City, Goodger implemented

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Drowning Prevention Week

A timely program in Oakville. The town says more than 2,400 Grade 3 students have recently completed the Lifesaving Society’s Swim to Survive drowning prevention program. According to the Lifesaving Society, drowning is the second leading cause of preventable death

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Brantford’s going hip

Brantford’s going hip. The first ever HipFest will take place at Harmony Square this Saturday from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. It’s a free Tribute Concert that will Rock the Square and honor the legacy of classic Canadian music. Neo

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Inflation slows to 2 per cent

Canada’s price picture softened to two per cent last month following a sharp drop in gasoline prices compared to a year ago. Statistics Canada’s annual inflation number for June hit the Bank of Canada’s ideal target as it came down

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Fire in downtown Port Dover

Norfolk firefighters frantically poured water on a fire in downtown Port Dover that began Tuesday afternoon in a block of buildings that includes the Lighthouse Festival Theatre and the head office of the Port Dover Board of Trade. One person

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Six sent to hospital in “violent” area collision

A driver and passenger are fighting for their lives after a collision near the Brant-Norfolk border. About 9 0’clock last night, OPP say two vans collided on Brantford Road and Burford Delhi Townline Road. One of the vans was badly

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Jays offence erupts

The Blue Jays’ offence was alive in Boston. Teoscar Hernandez hit a three-run homer and Lourdes Gurriel Junior had three hits as Toronto beat the Red Sox 10-4. Boston fell 10 games behind the first-place Yankees in the A-L East.

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Gas prices down 2-cents

Gas prices range from $1.15-$1.29 a litre as of 4:30 a-m. Prices are expected to drop 2-cents today (Wednesday) to an average of $1.27 a litre. Brantford, Brant:  $1.18-$1.27 Hamilton: $1.15-$1.29 Burlington/Waterdown: $1.18-$1.29 Milton/Oakville/Mississauga: $1.20-$1.29 Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph: $1.18-$1.28 Welland-Niagara

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Thunderstorms, heavy downpours possible

The Weather Centre Forecast, Special Weather Statement: Showers and thunderstorms will continue to affect the area into early this afternoon. Locally heavy rainfall accumulations of 20 to 40 mm are likely by mid afternoon. Isolated higher rainfall amounts near 50

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