November 2017 Archive

Artists ‘Still Beautiful’ tattoos raise funds for FTP

By Mike Pickford A Shelburne tattoo artist is encouraging local residents to get inked, all in an attempt to help make a difference in the ...

20th Annual Victorian Christmas Gala a huge hit

By Constance Scrafield It was an elegant affair: gentlemen dressed in tuxedoes, including the Chair of the Gala Committee, who was wearing a formal jacket ...

Club Art is coming back to Orangeville Library

By Avery Park The president and vice president of Club Art have excitedly announced that Club Art is making a comeback, with a couple of ...

Third ‘Loops and Lattes’ focuses on Dufferin trails

By Constance Scrafield For her third hiking book, Nicola Ross was hosted by Al Pace and Lin Ward at their Farmhouse Pottery on Hockley Road, the ...

Local motorist stumped in Town-owned parking space

By Brian Lockhart Local motorists should re-think where they park their cars if space gets tight during popular events at a local downtown park. After ...

Jones: Not enough being done to help police deal with mentally ill

By Bill Rea The Province is not doing enough to help police deal with mental health issues, says Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones, who called the Premier ...

‘Sing Joy’ theme of two choirs’ Christmas concert

By Tom Claridge The Orangeville-based Dufferin Concert Singers and Alliston’s New Tecumseth Singers will present their annual Christmas program, entitled ‘Sing Joy’ to usher in ...

Orangeville’s first Trans Day of Remembrance touches local lives

By Jasen Obermeyer Dufferin Child and Family Services (DCAFS), and Family Transition Place (FTP) have come together to host Orangeville’s first Trans Day of Remembrance ...

Province forces Ontario college faculty back to work

By Mike Pickford Ontario college students experienced their second ‘back to school’ day in as many months on Tuesday after the five-week standoff between the ...

Town of Orangeville offers overflow parking for residents during winter

By Mike Pickford The Town of Orangeville has offered a reprieve of sorts to beleaguered local residents with nowhere to park their vehicles overnight during ...

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