September 2014 Archive

Elliott said to have admitted to defrauding investors

A story in Wednesday’s Globe and Mail says an Orangeville-area man who once ran a well-known luxury resort in the Dominican Republic has pleaded guilty ...

ODSS Bears open gridiron season

The Orangeville District Secondary School Bears football team knew they were up against a tough opponent in game one of the 2014 season when the ...

Referendum on ATVs in county forests?

A recent copy of the Orangeville Citizen (August 7) tells us about plans to permit motorized bikes and vehicles to use trails in the area ...

Jr A Flyers win over St. Michaels

The Orangeville Flyers nudged closer to the plus side with a 6-2 win over St. Michaels on Saturday, September 20, on home ice at the ...

Police Chief Tomei to retire in December

Orangeville Police Chief Joseph Tomei announced Tuesday that he plans to retire in December after seven years heading the local force. The seven years, which ...

Elections confirmed in all 8 Dufferin municipalities

When nominations for Ontario’s October 27 municipal elections closed at 2 p.m. last Friday, elections were confirmed in all eight Dufferin municipalities. However, in Mulmur ...

Orangeville’s HomeSense opened to public Tuesday

By Tabitha Wells – HomeSense opened its doors to the local community Tuesday, and was greeted by a large crowd of eager-to-shop residents. The store, ...

Chasing ghosts: the lost town of Ballycroy

A town where a quick fist and liquid courage provided nightly entertainment By Brian Lockhart – While thousands of commuters pass through the intersection of ...

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