Caledon writer Ken Weber’s best-selling Five Minute Mysteries series is published in 22 languages. Ken is also the Historic Hills columnist and puzzle meister for this magazine and has a loyal following here in the hills.
Try a new game at the Jolly Morphology Club, find the missing letters at the Alton Fair and can the bus hold all the passengers?
From the first week of August onward, war news exploded onto the pages of community papers, filling them almost cover to cover.
Albion challenges Garafraxa, missing animal life at the Shelburne 4-H and Silas Renarm returns to Palgrave.
When the council of the newly independent County of Peel convened in 1867, a first task was to choose a site and a builder for the courthouse and jail.
A Wartime Letter at DCMA, An In The Hills Two Minute In-Your-Head Challenge and Crossing the Credit on a Rope.
As far back as 1886, for example, gold was discovered in Melancthon Township near Dundalk.
The Jolly Morphology Club, free eggs and who is the man in the photograph?
For Canadian boys passing through England during World War I, the Perkins Bull Hospital for Convalescent Canadian Officers offered family warmth and the comfort of “home sweet home,” something all of them desperately needed.
Before the days of clinics, emergency rooms and office hours, most medical treatment took place in a patient’s home. It was a challenging and uncertain process, and not just for the patient.
At the Market in Creemore, from Melancthon to Mississippi and a rainy day challenge.
Males and females, including married couples, slept and ate separately.
At the Charleston Fair, using your head, speed puzzles and a mini mystery.
The Orangeville Sun called him Robert the Bold. Local police called him ‘armed and dangerous.’ His neighbours called him ‘misunderstood.’ Bob Cook’s story fits all these descriptions – and then some.
From Terra Cotta to Terra Nova, a leaky roof in Alton and how Ginny fooled Jack.
They were smuggled food by a local farmer’s wife who, knowing she was being watched, would tie packages of food to her crinolines and go for a walk.
The rebellion in Upper Canada finally got British authorities to look into what was upsetting the colonies.
Balancing imaginary eggs, Mr. Stuart, sidewalk chalk in Orangeville and an In The Hills Mini Mystery.
Once upon a time the public library was like a cathedral, where patrons came and went in reverent silence. Not anymore. Today’s library is action central.