February 2016 Archive

Classic Agatha Christie play opens tonight

Caledon Townhall Players’ production of A Murder is Announced opens this weekend at Caledon’s old town hall in Caledon Village. Based on Agatha Christie’s book ...

Chamber choir to perform Chilcott’s St. John Passion

The newly formed, 20-voice Amaranth Chamber Choir will perform Chilcott’s St. John Passion in three area churches next month. Conducted by John Wervers, includes members ...

Julie Flynn: Pyrographer at Large

Julie Flynn’s wood-burnt pictures are hanging on walls all over the country. Considering how short on a time she has been working in the art ...

ODSS Bears win quarter-final in District 4/10 playoffs

8-1 win over St. James moves Bears to next round When it comes to high school hockey – there are no second chances. In the ...

Westside Thunder knock out OLOL in quarter-final

4-3 win on Thursday leads to semi-final The Westside Secondary School Thunder boy’s hockey team advanced to the semi-final round of District 4-10 playoffs after ...

Mono Nordic hosts Family Day event

The Mono Nordic Ski Club provided a day of free entertainment and exercise during its annual Family Day ski day on the trails at Monora ...

A’s fall to Express on the road

After a heartbreaking three point loss against the Niagara River Lions on February 6, the Orangeville A’s were looking for the chance to rebound from ...

New social network boasts privacy, better friendships

It can sometimes be hard to believe that social media has only been an active part of people’s lives for the past decade. With major ...

Jails: where bigger certainly isn’t better

IT WAS LIKELY MORE than 10 years ago that work got under way planning a replacement for Toronto’s infamous Don Jail and the more modern ...

A time to say you love them

No doubt you have noticed, especially if you are a patron of the dollar stores, that Valentine’s Day is coming (next Sunday, gents, in case ...

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