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    Abandoned House in Caledon, Ontario

    If you drive along Airport Road frequently you may have seen this house which is just north of Caledon East. I am not quite sure what the story is about this house but it has been left abandoned for several years now and the only info I can find about it online is that it […]

    Milk Snake invades my garage

    This slithering intruder, an adult milk snake some how snuck into garage last month. This was the first different kind of snake I have found around my property other than the more common garter snakes. After taking some photos of him we set him free back into the field behind us. The Milk Snake is […]

    The Historic Alton Mill in Caledon

    The Alton Mill is a late 19th century industrial stone complex located on the bank of Shaw’s Creek in the heart of the village of Alton in the Town of Caledon and us just five minutes south of Orangeville. The Alton Mill was built by pioneering settlers of Alton over 120 years ago and the […]

    Orangeville Mazda Overprices Car $25,000 to Intellectually Disabled Woman

    Interesting Story being reported by The Star and City TV News, Madeline Leonard who is intellectually disabled arrived at the Orangeville Mazda dealership last December to replace her tires. She drove away the unexpected owner of a car whose price had been massively overinflated. Leonard, 56, said she had never intended to buy a car […]

    Caledon Crash now a Murder Investigation – Update

    As first reported here, Caledon OPP now say a woman found dead after a minor collision in Caledon was a homicide and the man charged with second-degree murder in her death are mother and son. Krystina Armstrong 45 years old, was found dead in the passenger side of one of the vehicles involved in the […]

    The Millcroft Inn & Spa

    The Millcroft Inn is a hotel, restaurant and spa located in Caledon near the town of Alton, Ontario. The Millcroft Inn was originally built by Benjamin Ward as a knitting mill in 1881 to harness the power from the adjacent Shaw’s Creek. The mill continued to run until 1965, when the mill ceased production and […]

    Caledon Crash now a Murder Investigation

    A woman who died in Caledon was not the victim of a collision, but a victim of murder, police alleged Sunday. The Caledon resident was a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a “minor collision” on Simpson Rd. on Friday evening, Ontario Provincial Police said in a statement released Sunday night. Const. Jonathan […]