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    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 […]

    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 […]

    Large Barn Fire closes down Highway 9

    Firefighters battled a blaze at a barn in northern Caledon near Orangeville on Tuesday April 27, 2010. A barn containing fireworks and antiques caught fire near on Tuesday evening. The barn, a business called Lazy Days Antiques, is located at Highway 9 and Coolihans Sideroad. It caught fire at about 5 p.m. and burned until […]

    Where Former MP Rahim Jaffer was caught in Caledon

    Former Conservative MP Rahim Jaffer has been much in the news the past several months for drunk driving and possession of cocaine charges yet receiving basically a slap on the wrist for the events that occurred that late Sept. 10 night last year. The Toronto Star has an excellent article in Thursday’s paper detailing the […]

    Caledon woman arrested for fraud in Mexico

    According to a Toronto Star report today a Caledon woman has been arrested for fraud in Mexico which the family believes the incident stems from a 2005 business deal involving the woman’s high-tech security firm. Paulina Zelitsky, 64, of Caledon was detained Monday without a warrant in Mexico City, moments after stepping off an airplane, […]

    Caledon OPP give out over 400 tickets during Thanksgiving Weekend

    Caledon OPP has released the results from Operation Impact which ran from Friday Oct. 9 to 12 Thanksgiving weekend. During the long weekend crackdown, Caledon officers handed out three licence suspensions for having alcohol levels in the warn range, 7 charges for failing to yield, 3 careless driving charges, 349 speeding tickets, 3 stunt driving […]

    Murder-Suicide in Orangeville/Mono – Update

    Since I reported on this blog on the tragic murder-suicide in Orangeville/Mono some new information has come to light about this very sad story. The young son Connor, 14 of Heidi & Hugh Ferguson has disputed some of the published accounts of what happened that fateful day defending his father. “My father was a wonderful […]

    Tragic Deaths in Orangeville / Mono

    Tragedy has struck a family in Mono Township just north of Orangeville. A mother of two teens apparently wanted to cut ties with her estranged husband and move on with her life but her plans ended when he instead went to her rented home in Orangeville and shot her. As she fought for her life […]

    Caledon Teen Sets Swimming Record for Lake Ontario

    Just to update my earlier blog posting. Jade Scognamillo, only 15, years old becomes the youngest to cross Lake Ontario on a solo swim. Her official time was 19 hours, 59 minutes and 49 seconds. Scognamillo touched the wall at Marilyn Bell Park in Toronto just before 6 p.m after swimming through choppy water for […]