June 2015 Archive

By-law ‘has made us prisoners’

We are seniors living on a fixed income and the Orangeville By-Law on Back Yard Fire Pits have made it impossible to enjoy our home. ...

Why shouldn’t Dufferin, Caledon merge?

BACK IN THE MID-19TH CENTURY when local politicians were eying the creation of a new county made up of townships that were remote from the ...

Jr B Northmen leading Guelph 2-0

The Orangeville Junior B Northmen are off to a good start in their quarter-final playoff series against the Guelph Regals. The Northmen hammered the Regals ...

Buck pitches perfect game against New Lowell

The perfect game – it’s a very rare occurrence in baseball, but Orangeville Giants pitcher Kevin Buck managed to walk away from a Thursday, June ...

‘Arresting Images’ portrays crimes from 1886 to 1908

For whatever reason, the idea of crime and of examining the mindset behind crimes is intriguing to the average person. From popular book series like ...

Seventh Island Lake bass tourney highlights Family Fishing Week

Ontario’s Family Fishing Week gets under way Saturday, and clubs and service organizations across the province are getting ready to host some family-friendly events. The ...

Headwaters HCC celebrates an exceptional year at AGM

Headwaters Health Care Centre (Headwaters) celebrated and highlighted its achievements from the past year at its Annual General Meeting (AGM), held last Tuesday evening. The ...

Plenty of things to do Saturday at annual Founders’ Day

With school out, the first full week of summer has been full of free activities for parents to enjoy with their kids in town. Coming ...

Eatery’s new pizza oven has some tenants fuming

The new pizza oven at the Bluebird Cafe and Grill may be pleasing pizza lovers but its smoke has some tenants fuming to the point ...

Mono ‘facing a new threat’

  The Mono Mulmur Citizens’ Coalition (MC2 ) has, over the past twenty years,  played two roles in our community: providing information to the public ...

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