April 2014 Archive

New pro at Orangeville Tennis Club

  Tennis is on one of those sports that can be either very frustrating or very enjoyable. Like golf, you are on your own when ...

Top court showing independence

IT WAS REFRESHING, indeed, to see the Supreme Court of Canada last week unanimously reject a Crown appeal based on federal legislation that reduced the ...

Town, stakeholders to draft towing bylaw

BY James Matthews – Orangeville Council will work with stakeholders to ink an acceptable towing services bylaw. Council heard on Monday that one aspect of ...

Junior B Northmen open the season with a split

It’s still way to early to see how the season will go, but after two games the Orangeville Northmen Junior B squad are at .500. ...

600 students take part in Power of 1 Kids Fest

By Tabitha Wells – Nearly 600 students from public schools around town had the opportunity to participate in the Power of 1 Kids Fest event ...

Grounds Guys featured on W Network program

By Tabitha Wells – It’s undeniable that a lot of great things have been coming out of Orangeville and the surrounding communities. From renowned cuisine ...

Double-lung transplant recipient ‘one of the lucky ones’

By Tabitha Wells – For Mike Johnson, a local member of the Orangeville Community, long-time employee of Ideal Supply and husband, father and grand-father, needing ...

$42M expansion of KTH plant

By Alex Sher – Shelburne Mayor Ed Crewson had high praise Monday for the workforce at Shelburne’s KTH plant in celebrating the announced plans for ...

Facing challenger, Tilson stands by his record

By James Matthews – A former Tory adviser plans to challenge David Tilson for the party’s Dufferin-Caledon riding nomination. Caledon resident Paul Hong, a former ...

Town to remove up to 86 ash trees to curb spread of emerald ash borer

Orangeville public works crews will remove as many as 86 ash trees this year in an attempt to curb the spread of the emerald ash ...

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