September 2017 Archive

Beatles tribute launches new Theatre Orangeville season

By Constance Scrafield The Caverners Beatles Tribute Band is returning to Theatre Orangeville next week from October 4 to 6, for four performances. “They’re back ...

Developers promise new hair product will end ‘tangle tears’ forever

By Mike Pickford Two Ontario residents, one born and raised in Orangeville, believe they have come up with the perfect formula to “stop the tangle ...

Several Orangeville Northmen selected in 2017 NLL Draft

By Jasen Obermeyer A number of Orangeville Junior A and B Northmen have been selected in the National Lacrosse League (NLL) draft, giving these fortunate, ...

Jones supports proposed sanctions for driving offences

By Bill Rea The Province has announced plans to crack down on careless and distracted drivers, although details are still to be announced. “In principle, ...

Sunday deadline to apply for Reed T. Cooper bursary

By Constance Scrafield There are just three days left to apply for the Reed T. Cooper Bursary, administered by the Dufferin Arts Council (DAC). Applications ...

2nd Arts & Artisans show coming to Hockley Village

By Constance Scrafield Over the Thanksgiving Weekend, the Arts and Artisans Show and Sale will take place in the Hockley Village for the second year. ...

Laura Campbell determined to spark a “green wave” in Dufferin-Caledon ahead of 2018 provincial election

By Mike Pickford There’s a third name in the running locally for next year’s provincial election, with Orangeville business owner Laura Campbell last week revealing ...

Province adds Orangeville to list for disaster recovery assistance

By Mike Pickford It appears residents affected by this summer’s extensive flooding in Orangeville will receive a helping hand after all with the provincial government ...

OPS Ferguson settlement had “no impact” on budget: Williams

By Mike Pickford Mayor Jeremy Williams says the settlement last November of a $4.3-million lawsuit against the Orangeville Police Service (OPS) stemming from the 2009 ...

Two former Ice Crushers executives spared further jail time

By Mike Pickford An Ontario judge has this week spared two of the three former members of the now-defunct Orangeville Ice Crushers’ executive from facing ...

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