December 2014 Archive

Flyers split the weekend

The Orangeville Jr A Flyers notched a couple of points on the weekend with a win over the Milton Icehawks, but came up short when ...

New coach on Americans bench

With the Orangeville Americans currently in a bit of a slump, the new coach on the squad is working to turn the team around. The ...

Headwaters doctors Family Physicians of the Year

Two Headwaters Health Care Centre  physicians, Drs. Stephen and Stephanie Milone, received this year’s Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) Regional Family Physician of the ...

FTP vigil marked National Day of Remembrance last Friday

Members of the community, local businesses, dignitaries and officials joined together outside Family Transition Place (FTP) last Friday to participate in the National Day of ...

Believe Bags target Dufferin’s single mothers for help

With Christmas comes the sparkling lights, decorations and music that warm the heart, and the spirit of giving that touches many throughout the season. It ...

‘So many great causes’

  Tis the season for giving, but it could also be called the season for asking. So many great causes, far and wide, however here’s ...

Why can’t we all celebrate the birth?

Christmas is many different things to different people. To practising Christians it’s a time to celebrate a virgin birth roughly 2,000 years ago, and a ...

Americans win over Meaford

The Orangeville Americans had a rough week dropping two games before getting one on the plus side during a road game in Meaford. The squad ...

New councillors want sign law to be more business-friendly

Councillors Don Kidd and Nick Garisto are making a push to see changes made to the Town’s current sign bylaw, in the hopes to make ...

‘Cheap’ oil: a mixed blessing

WHAT COULD BE just a temporary glut on world markets has led to the price of crude oil falling about 40 per cent in recent ...

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