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Miriam King

Miriam King

Miriam King is a journalist and photographer with Bradford Today, covering news and events in Bradford West Gwillimbury and Innisfil.

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miriam@bradfordtoday.ca

Recent Work by Miriam

Alcona's Pop Up Market blossoms in spring <b>(10 photos)</b>

Alcona's Pop Up Market blossoms in spring (10 photos)

Sunshine brought out May flowers and the Alcona Pop-Up Market on Thompson Street
Volunteers return to plant trees in Innisfil this spring <b>(16 photos)</b>

Volunteers return to plant trees in Innisfil this spring (16 photos)

'Tamarack, cedar, we’ve got some hemlock – and we’ve got some maples up on the higher ground,' says South Simcoe Streams Network volunteer
Innisfil's Lakeview Gardens opens for the spring <b>(6 photos) </b>

Innisfil's Lakeview Gardens opens for the spring (6 photos)

But it's still early to be planting, with the danger of frost, owners warn
Innisfil Garden Club gets lesson in succession planting

Innisfil Garden Club gets lesson in succession planting

Timing is everything when it comes to maximizing the harvest in your vegetable garden, says Julia Dimakos
Friends help Sandycove resident celebrate 96th birthday <b>(6 photos)</b>

Friends help Sandycove resident celebrate 96th birthday (6 photos)

'It’s really nice to see all these people coming to see little old me,' says Second World War veteran
Shining light on stained glass at historic Bradford United Church <b>(15 photos)</b>

Shining light on stained glass at historic Bradford United Church (15 photos)

In 1864 – three years before Confederation, when Ontario was still known as Upper Canada – the existing church sanctuary was constructed
South Simcoe police raise concerns over scrapping licence-plate stickers

South Simcoe police raise concerns over scrapping licence-plate stickers

'We in the policing world are not in favour,' says Chief Andrew Fletcher
New drainage channel takes shape at Innisfil Beach Park <b>(10 photos)</b>

New drainage channel takes shape at Innisfil Beach Park (10 photos)

Work expected to be completed this year
Heavy equipment moves in to prevent flooding at Innisfil Beach Park <b>(4 photos)</b>

Heavy equipment moves in to prevent flooding at Innisfil Beach Park (4 photos)

The $270K project is expected to continue through the summer and will also reduce property damage on Park Road
Homecoming of sorts for new South Simcoe police constable <b>(4 photos)</b>

Homecoming of sorts for new South Simcoe police constable (4 photos)

Const. Nick Manouris grew up in the Barrie area and is a graduate of Georgian College’s Police Foundations program