October 2017 Archive

A problem that needs to be fixed

By Mike Pickford For a community often dubbed as more of a small city these days, Orangeville saw its Council seem to take a significant ...

Concerning times at Town Hall

By Todd Taylor All of Orangeville should know that there is something very strange and concerning happening within our fine town hall. The integrity commissioner ...

Amazing works of technology

By Brian Lockhart When you’re on the road as much as I am, one of the most useful tools you can ever have is a ...

One month down, four to go

By Avery Park Picture this, you have just started your final year in high school, and the last half of your day is a co-op ...

Thoughts on the 2018 elections

THE DELUGE OF ATTACK ADS in recent weeks don’t mention the word, but “election” is a word you’ll soon see or hear incessantly in the ...

It’s poppy time again

THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION’S 2017 poppy campaign starts tomorrow (Friday), renewing an annual event that started nearly 100 years ago when a group of British ...

Bears junior girls undefeated in regular season

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville District High School Bears junior girls basketball team is setting the court on fire this year going undefeated after ten ...

Two out of three for Junior A Flyers

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior A Flyers tipped their record to the plus side over the weekend with a pair of wins – one ...

Much of Town Council feel it’s a priority for the municipality to find funding for a new hall and eight additional firefighters for the Orangevile Fire Department.

Town Council votes against hiring eight new full-time firefighters

By Mike Pickford For the second year in a row, Orangeville Council has refused to add “much needed” full-time firefighting support to its ranks, going ...

Mayor Williams confirms he will seek second term

By Avery Park Heading into 2018, Orangeville Mayor Jeremy Williams is looking back into the past three years while also planning for the last year ...

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