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ANDREW PHILIPS/SPECIAL TO THE PACKET & TIMES OPP forensic artist/reconstruction analyst Const. Duncan Way is pictured Wednesday beside a three-dimensional bust he created that he hopes leads to the man being identified.

New tools in cold cases

Police have another tool they hope will lead to more families receiving closure following a loved one's disappearance.

Brooklyn Mauca, as seen on Mother's Day earlier this year. The two-year-old from Bradford recently suffered a life altering brain injury as has been hospitalized ever since. PHOTO SUBMITTED

Support needed for Bradford toddler

Complications from a seemingly routine surgery have turned the world of two Bradford parents upside and changed the life of their two-year-old girl forever.

Pirates Sharon Murphy, left, and Bev Shaw prepare for a morning of golf at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort near Alliston, Ont. on Friday July 21, 2017. Miriam King/Bradford Times/Postmedia Network

Charity golf at the Nottawasaga Resort

The golf courses at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort were in wonderful condition for the 25th Annual Nottawasaga Foundation Golf tournament and fundraiser July 21 — despite the fact that, scant weeks before, six holes of the course were underwater, after the Nottawasaga River overflowed its banks.

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Library pops up in Newton Robinson

The Newtown Give-a-Book/Take-a-Book library is now open. Community members are invited to contribute a couple of their favourite titles and share in the pleasure of literature with the rest of Newton Robinson. It’s not a big library, so to allow space for everyone, organizers ask that you contribute only two or three books at a time, swapping them