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 ...

‘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 ...

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 ...

Headwaters hospital prepares for busy ER in holiday season

With the regular hustle and bustle of the holiday season, hospitals are no stranger to the busyness the rest of the world sees. During the ...

Draft town budget calls for 3.3% tax increase in 2015

Orangeville Council will be facing some difficult decisions if they try to make good on Mayor Jeremy Williams’ campaign promise of a zero percent budget ...

Students asked to take a ‘Moment of Silence’ in crossing streets

Area students are being asked to take a ‘Moment of Silence’ from their smart phones and personal sized technology when crossing the streets. A survey ...

Americans make mid season change

The Orangeville Americans have a new coaching staff on the bench. C.J.Schneider has replaced Tyler Fines in the top spot on the Americans bench. Ryan ...

Westside wins over Guelph CVI

The Westside Secondary School Thunder hockey team won their second game of the season dispatching Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute 5-4 at the Alder Street arena ...

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