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Natasha Philpott

Natasha Philpott

Natasha is BradfordToday's Community Editor. She graduated from the Media Studies program at The University of Guelph-Humber. She lives in Bradford with her husband, two boys and two cats

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Recent Work by Natasha

Community mourns Bradford restaurant owner killed in crash

Community mourns Bradford restaurant owner killed in crash

'He was a gentle giant. He always had a smile on his face, even if he was having a bad day,' says former employee; George Mavrakakis died Tuesday night in a crash
Police renew appeal for info on Bradford canal homicide victim

Police renew appeal for info on Bradford canal homicide victim

South Simcoe police release new photo of homicide victim Mojtaba Shabani in hopes someone will recognize him
Municipal councils coming together to find common ground on Lake Simcoe

Municipal councils coming together to find common ground on Lake Simcoe

'I see us as the Lake Simcoe 'Avengers' and our superpower is that we are non-partisan,' says area councillor
'Let's go for it': Bradford’s Dutch Treats under new ownership

'Let's go for it': Bradford’s Dutch Treats under new ownership

New owner Mardy Broks officially took ownership of Dutch Treats last weekend
<b>COLUMN:</b> Longtime reporter plans to pen children's stories in retirement

COLUMN: Longtime reporter plans to pen children's stories in retirement

Community journalist Miriam King, who has been covering southern Simcoe County since the 1980s, will retire at the end of the month
Community steps up to help Ukrainian family living in Bradford after fleeing war

Community steps up to help Ukrainian family living in Bradford after fleeing war

Bogdan Lukashuk tried for more than two years years to get his wife and two kids in Ukraine to come live with him in Canada. Last month they finally arrived, but not under ideal circumstances
'Integrated, not duplicated': RVH president outlines 20-year plan for south campus in Innisfil

'Integrated, not duplicated': RVH president outlines 20-year plan for south campus in Innisfil

Three-phase plan for the hospital will occur over the next 20 years; South campus in Innisfil will incorporate site's natural features and include a 'wellness loop'
Historic Bradford building restored into antique furniture shop <b>(16 photos)</b>

Historic Bradford building restored into antique furniture shop (16 photos)

'This is a piece of Bradford's history. ... I spent weeks and weeks hand chipping tar off the floor, sanding, staining,' says shop owner
Province commits $24M to Holland Marsh phosphorus recycling facility to protect Lake Simcoe

Province commits $24M to Holland Marsh phosphorus recycling facility to protect Lake Simcoe

'This is the single largest initiative in Ontario's history to reduce phosphorus in this lake,' says minister
Easter fun at Friday Harbour Resort <b>(20 photos)</b>

Easter fun at Friday Harbour Resort (20 photos)

Families gathered at Friday Harbour Resort this weekend for an Easter egg hunt, live entertainment and sweet treats