Halloween is creeping forward (get it?), so it's time for you to get your costume together!
InHalton recently wrote about the closing of a long established restaurant called Celli’s Osteria in Burlington.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton for the week of Oct. 7 to Oct. 13, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inhalton.com.
October is here and fall is in full swing … in celebration of autumn’s best month, from the crisp amber leaves in Burlington to preparing for some serious Halloween fun in Oakville to enjoyi
A suspected meat thief who made off with $300 worth of steak and chicken breast from a Burlington grocery store is being sought by Halton police.
An 18-year-old suspect is facing charges after a woman was assaulted in Burlington and Halton police are praising a sharp-eyed resident for helping them nab him.
If you’re currently affected by a Burlington power outage, you’re not alone.Over 1,800 customers are affected by multiple power outages across the city.
A collision is delaying drivers on the QEW in Burlington on Monday morning.
October is here and fall is in full swing … in celebration of autumn’s best month, from the crisp amber leaves in Burlington to preparing for some serious Halloween fun in Oakville to enjoyi
Oakville, Burlington, and Milton have some fantastic watering holes that’ll get you drunk on both atmosphere and booze.
It might still be the beginning of October, but let's be real - that means it's practically Halloween!
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton for the week of Sept. 30 to Oct. 6, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inhalton.com.
Anyone who's been house hunting (or just anxiously keeping track of real estate prices from afar) knows that houses aren't cheap.
We all know you’ve got to be ballin’ to own property (or properties) in Oakville.And there appears to be no shortage of ballers looking to buy.
It's true - rental and affordable housing is hard to come by all across Ontario. Our population is increasing and there may not be enough housing options available to support it.
When millennials began fretting (rightfully so) over skyrocketing housing prices in Halton and surrounding cities, some unsympathetic naysayers poo pooed their concerns, saying that young people wo