June 2015 Archive

Annual Headwaters gala fundraiser raised $223,752

The Headwaters Health Care Foundation’s annual hospital gala was once again a huge success, raising $223,752. The May 2 gala, which was themed the ‘Mystic ...

Some guidelines are clearly needed

BACK IN THE 1950s, Toronto got its first subway and with it a rash of suicides, the Yonge Street subway having supplanted the Bloor Street ...

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 ...

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. ...

Expanded Alder Rec Centre eyed to accommodate Humber College

Orangeville Council has agreed to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Humber College in order to pursue the possibility of expanding the Alder Street ...

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 ...

Time to start tuning them out?

AS ALL CANADIANS should know, the next federal election is still nearly four months off, the official polling date being established as Monday, October 19. ...

Two close games over the weekend

A late goal with less that a minute remaining on the clock ended the Rayburn Construction Orangeville Junior A Northmen’s game against the Peterborough Lakers ...

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 ...

« Previous PageNext Page »