August 2016 Archive

Kay MacGregor: Long-time partner with local Arts

A few minutes standing in Kay MacGregor’s beautiful home in East Garafaxa leaves one in no doubt about her passion for the arts and her ...

A colossal waste of tax money

THE 8,000 RESIDENTS OF MONO should be up in arms. Next month, the Niagara Escarpment Commission (NEC) is scheduled to have a hearing that’s expected ...

Criminal negligence?

HOPEFULLY, DUFFERIN-CALEDON MPP Sylvia Jones will be able to get someone in Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation to explain why the ministry has no plan to ...

As we’re still on holiday . . .

Norm Foster’s play, Jonas and Barry in the Home, which premiered at Theatre Orangeville last season, is currently showing at the Lighthouse Theatre in Port ...

Town denies Hogeys lawsuit claims, holds Mayor Williams responsible

At the start of Monday night’s meeting, Orangeville Council broke their silence over the Hogeys lawsuit, passing two consecutive motions: one to file a defence ...

Burgers to Beat MS Day returns to A&W today

If you’ve been craving a Teen Burger lately, then today (Thursday) is the day to indulge yourself and give in. For the eighth year in ...

Ontario announces driver’s licence fees up next week

Drivers and vehicle owners who have a birthday coming up can look forward to a present from the Provincial government, and it’s not likely to ...

Lounge at Headwaters gardens dedicated to retiring CEO

A portion of the Friendship Gardens at Headwaters Health Care Centre (Headwaters), known as the Fountain Gardens Lounge, was dedicated last week to Liz Ruegg, ...

Local Cadet wins St. George Medal

Cadet Warrant Officer Laura Godin of RCACC 1849 in Orangeville has won the St. George Medal for excellence in the role of a staff cadet ...

Jr B Northmen claim Founders Cup

The Orangeville Junior B Northmen brought the national Founders Cup championship home to Orangeville with a stunning 11-6 win over the Green Gaels from Clarington ...

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