Holiday season brings many opportunities to celebrate

It’s beginning to look very much like the holiday season in the Beach and some popular annual events are adding to the festive air. On Saturday, Dec. 6, meet Hamper for breakfast at Community Centre 55, 97 Main St. Pancakes will be served from 8 to 11 a.m. ($3 per person) and Santa will make […]

Carole Stimmell is Citizen of the Year

She may be best known to many Beach Metro News readers as the editor of this publication for 16 years, but her name will be etched in stone at the Millennium Garden at Coxwell and Eastern for her work in the community. Carole Stimmell has been named the 2014 Beach Citizen of the Year. The […]

Letters to the Editor for April 15

Earth Day a time to consider the fate of our trees Earth Day is fast approaching, and it is a good time to reflect on our care of trees. We can count our blessings that we live in a community where there is no clear-cutting of trees, which could lead to a mudslide like the […]

Politicians uninvited from Easter parade

For 12 years, MPP Michael Prue has waved a flag in the Beach’s Easter parade – not NDP orange, but a lake blue one with a silhouette of the Leuty Lifeguard Station. But Prue’s Beach flag won’t fly on Sunday. Organizers at the Toronto Beaches Lions Club have banned all politicians from the 48 year-old […]