August 2017 Archive

Jackson’s tournament tees off in Shelburne

By Brian Lockhart The ninth annual Jackson’s Hope FORE Hydrocephalus golf tournament got underway at the Shelburne Golf and Country Club in Shelburne on Saturday, ...

U11 Storm girls win Challenge Brossard

The 2006 Girls U11 Orangeville Storm soccer team travelled to Montreal, Quebec over the August long weekend to participate in the 32nd edition of the ...

Take a stand against hate

By Tabitha Wells I can remember growing up and learning about the world wars, then taking what we had been taught and running it by ...

Needed: A hybrid weapon for police

READERS OF TUESDAY’S Globe and Mail may have come across a startling statistic in a column by André Picard. It was that since 2000, more ...

Eclipsed! The daytime moon

By Constance Scrafield Driving from Markdale to London, Ontario, we missed any sight of the solar eclipse this week. Regrettable to be sure,  although we ...

Canada’s lacrosse capital?

THANKS IN LARGE PART to the incredible contributions of the Sanderson family oveer the years, Orangeville can lay claim to a title as Canada’s lacrosse ...

Town Staff, BIA to decide long term future of community piano

By Mike Pickford The long-term future of Orangeville’s community piano was left in doubt at Town Council on Monday evening with some members questioning how ...

Orangeville Tigers ready for 44th year in the community

By Mike Pickford There will be a new face at the head of the table as the Orangeville Tigers girls’ hockey club prepares for its ...

FTP to host Overdose Awareness Day fair next week

By Jasen Obermeyer Family Transition Place (FTP), in partnership with several other community agencies, will be hosting the first ever International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) ...

Mono Council approves new severance package, glass shards keep park closed

By Jasen Obermeyer Mono Council has approved implementing a Bylaw executing a Common Ownership Agreement for a lot boundary adjustment on the 6th Line EHS. ...

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