March 2018 Archive

Town council, committees paid $274,000 last year: treasurer

Written By: Jasen Obermeyer Orangeville’s treasurer has disclosed to town council a statement showing that councillors and committee members received $274,760.42 in remuneration and expenses ...

Throne speech impressed Liberals, not the opposition

Written By: Bill Rea The Wynne government set out a list of priorities Monday when Lt.-Gov. Elizabeth Dowdeswell delivered the Speech from the Throne, but ...

Orangeville Volkswagen recognized for 40 years of service

Written By: Brian Lockhart After four decades of serving Orangeville and area, Orangeville Volkswagen is look forward to the next few decades of providing quality ...

Teen gold medal winner at national karate championship

Written By: Marni Walsh Shelburne area teen Daniel Mustapha has brought home a gold medal from the National Karate Championships Para Athlete Division in Halifax. ...

Council approves low bid for parking lot construction

Written By: Jasen Obermeyer Orangeville council has approved a contract with Bennington Construction Ltd. of Stouffville for a parking lot at the northwest corner of ...

2018 Central Counties Tourism Symposium a ‘Gathering for Growth’

By Marni Walsh Central Counties Tourism Symposiums began five years ago as a way to bring businesses and communities together to look at ways to ...

Jr A Flyers done for the season

By Brian Lockhart It was a short lived playoff run for the Orangeville Junior A Flyers. The Flyers were up against the Toronto Patriots in ...

Martial Arts school holds demonstration for new students

By Brian Lockhart There was a lot of tossing, tumbling, and learning how to fall during Impact Martial Art’s open house at their Industrial Drive ...

Stayner leading Alliston in Junior C final

By Brian Lockhart It was a disappointing end for Hornets fans at Monday (Mar. 12) night’s game between the Alliston Hornets and the Stayner Siskins ...

House prices will keep rising

By Todd Taylor In Orangeville many of us have been wondering about local real estate prices. The massive run-up in values during the first part ...

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