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Long-time Orangeville Coun. Sylvia Bradley stepping away from local political arena

July 13, 2018   ·   0 Comments

By Mike Pickford After 12 years and three consecutive terms on Orangeville Council, Sylvia Bradley announced late last week that she “doesn’t have the fight” ...

Orangeville-Brampton Railway running with new operator

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville-Brampton Railway is back on track – both literally and figuratively – since the railway acquired a new operator for the ...

Ana McGregor named Dufferin’s new Director of Community Services

By Jasen Obermeyer Anna McGregor was recently named Dufferin County’s new Director of Community Services, and is looking to continue to reduce poverty by not ...

Fire ban in effect across all Dufferin County municipalities

By Mike Pickford Effective as of Wednesday (July 11), all open fires are prohibited anywhere in Dufferin County as dry conditions start to take its ...

Orangeville teen busy chasing his Olympic dream

By Mike Pickford One Orangeville resident is asking for the public’s assistance as he continues to chase a lifelong Olympic dream. Ever since 19-year-old Alexander ...

Headwaters gets new hospital beds, matresses to target skin problems

By Mike Pickford The recent arrival of 22 new, modern bed frames and mattresses had Headwaters Health Care Centre staff feeling like it was Christmas ...

Jim Cuddy’s Jamboree coming in support of C.O.R.E.

By Constance Scrafield The annual Jim’s [Cuddy] Jamboree is coming up on August 5, 2018 in support of Conserve Our Rural Environment (C.O.R.E.), an organization ...

Former PC leader Patrick Brown wants municipal position in Peel

By Mike Pickford Former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown is back on the campaign trail as he seeks to become the first elected chair of ...

Fringe (416) comes to Orangeville as Fringe (519)

By Constance Scrafield Always on the look out to promote theatre experience in Dufferin, Theatre Orangeville is bringing in two shows from the Toronto Fringe ...

Former provincial Justice of the Peace John Creelman announces his intent to run for Mono deputy mayor

By Jasen Obermeyer John Creelman, recently retired Justice of the Peace for 15 years and a former Mono mayor, is looking to once again get ...

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