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Orangeville’s Marchand shooting for LPGA

August 11, 2017   ·   0 Comments

ORANGEVILLE NATIVE BRITTANY MARCHAND secured her first-ever professional win on the women’s golf circuit, taking home the PHC Championship in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

By Mike Pickford 2017 has been a big year for Brittany Marchand. The Orangeville native has been turning heads on the women’s professional golf circuit ...

THE 163RD ANNUAL ORANGEVILLE FAIR is all set to rip through town this Labour Day weekend. Organizers are promising there will be something for everyone at what is one of Ontario’s oldest running events.

Historic Orangeville Fair set to celebrate 163rd year

By Mike Pickford One of Ontario’s longest-running annual events will be returning to Orangeville for a 163rd time this Labour Day weekend. With a history ...

Kim Farlinger takes $25,000 Grand Prix in Caledon

By Bill Rea It wasn’t a bad weekend for Orangeville’s Kim Farlinger, but it could have been better. Ms. Farlinger won Sunday’s $25,000 Summer Festival ...

Food drive this weekend

By Jasen Obermeyer The Orangeville Food Bank will be hosting their second annual community-wide food drive this weekend, accepting donations to help cover the rest ...

LOCAL BOY DUNCAN LANG (FAR RIGHT) has been taking the stage at Theatre Orangeville by storm. After starring in the recent production of Les Miserables, where he played the lead role of Jean Valjean, Mr. Lang is busy preparing for his next part - playing both Mr. Darling and Captain Hook in an upcoming production of Peter Pan.

Duncan Lang: Profile of a young, rising star

By Constance Scrafield Last weekend, playing five performances to packed houses (totally sold out), history was made in many ways when Theatre Orangeville’s Young Company ...

Dufferin Arts Council to mark 25th anniversary next month

By Constance Scrafield During the 1990’s, there was a period of true Renaissance for Dufferin County, a time when the arts began to come into ...

KARL BALDAUF of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce discusses the potential implications of Bill 148 with locals at the Lord Dufferin Centre on Tuesday. He was joined by Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones.

Ontario Chamber of Commerce VP, local business owners blast Bill 148

By Mike Pickford The proposed increase to minimum wage included in the provincial government’s Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act will serve to hinder Ontario’s most ...

WHILE PARTS OF ORANGEVILLE were affected by the heavy rain storm which flooded most of Dufferin County, it was neighbouring communities such as Mono and Grand Valley that bore the brunt of the damage.

Grand Valley, Mono residents eligible for relief following June 23 flood

By Mike Pickford It has been a summer for storms in Orangeville and much of Dufferin County so far this year and the provincial government  ...

MTO rejects calls by MPP Jones, Mono to improve Hwy 10

By Tom Claridge Efforts by Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones and the Town of Mono to have Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation address the safety and traffic ...

OPS nominated for DBOT award

By Mike Pickford For the second year in a row, the Orangeville Police Service (OPS) has been nominated for an award at the Dufferin Board ...