The first flowers, and a teddy bear, have been left at the Portuguese Cultural Centre in Bradford after a 15-year-old girl died following an accident involving a soccer net there on Wednesday. The centre is asking anyone wishing to leave flowers to place them on the concrete stage in front of the soccer field, not on the field itself. MIRIAM KING/QMI AGENCY

Flowers permitted at soccer field

The gates at the Portuguese Cultural Centre of Bradford remain open, despite the tragic accident that took the life of a 15-year-old Newmarket girl.

Tobacco and drug charges laid

ORO-MEDONTE TWP. - A Severn Township man faces drug, contraband cigarette and probation charges after being arrested by OPP and federal tobacco offici

Teen trapped by poles

An 18-year-old male suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being trapped under two utility poles.

     

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