We are in an unprecedented situation where we are faced with a serious health challenge facing our community as well as the world. Health and safety must be our top priority. We need to practice social distancing and as a community work together to do everything we can to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Amidst the COVID-19 world pandemic, arts and culture quietly closed its doors to the public. As people were reeling from news of sickness, financial anxiety, and the inability to see or embrace their loved ones, institutions and organizations across the world cancelled classes, workshops, exhibits, and events. The arts community in Milton followed suit. During a time when people have lost jobs, and access to the things they need the most, the importance of arts and culture falls lower on the list of priorities.
Anthony Costanzo, owner of McCormack Auto Services, recently purchased John’s Truck & Car Service. John Hasselfeldt has officially retired and is thrilled that Anthony will continue to provide service excellence for his loyal customers of over 30 years.
It is safe to say we have all been affected by this virus in one form or another. Indeed, these have been very uncertain times that we’ve all faced together, week after week.
Many of us cringe at the mere thought of going to the dentist. But don’t let your fear keep you from taking good care of your teeth and gums now as there could be long term unpleasant consequences later on.
If you can find a dentist that you like and trust, the chances are your visits will be much less stressful and Preventative Dentistry is virtually painless!
The Italian Canadian Club of Milton (ICCM) hosted a comedy matinee at the FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton on Sunday March 10. The sold out event featured a trio of 3 great Italian Canadian comedians – Pino Pirillo, Guido Grasso and Giuseppe the MC.
Many long-time residents of north Milton and Halton Hills, or anyone who travelled down to Milton long Highway 25 North, remember Durante’s Service Station. From 1963 until they closed in 2007, the friendly owner served people with humour and care. Durante’s was the place you went if you had a problem with your car and you were sure of receiving great service. Durante’s Towing is still available.
Miriam Haight believes that the time is now for a hospice here in Milton. After 29 years of loving and living with Peter, his time had come to the end. He was losing his twelve year battle with C.M.L., He was moved to a Hospice in Oakville where he was very well cared for as was Miriam, but it was a hardship to travel so far to be with him in his final hours.
For 30 years The Vacuum Store has been the local go-to shop for vacuums, either portables, centrals and even commercial or industrial units. As a supplier to home owners, restaurants, schools, commercial businesses and many contract cleaners, owner David Danielli provides expert assistance and advice that will not disappoint.
2017 marked 40 years in business for Achilles Mazda. The family-run business started in Acton in 1977 where it remained until 2 and the decision was made to relocate to its current Milton location.