May 2018 Archive

Decision to sell Fiddle Park slammed by Rotary Club, citizens

Special to the Citizen As the 70’s Motown hit song says, “and the beat goes on.” The proposed sale of Fiddle Park, announced at the ...

‘Music For May’ a DuBois treat this Saturday night

By Constance Scrafield “Music for May” is this year’s concert to be held Saturday night at Orangeville’s Tweedsmuir Presbyterian Church, featuring the Mark DuBois Studio ...

Former Ironman champion Lisa Bentley releases new book

By Jasen Obermeyer Caledon resident Lisa Bentley, a former triathlete, has released her first book, which she hopes will help others carve out their own ...

Mono resident set for summer climb of Mount Kilimanjaro in fundraiser to benefit Orangeville Food Bank

By Jasen Obermeyer When you donate to a food bank, one might physically bring in some money or bags of food, go to the local ...

Too Many Cooks opens Friday at Century Church Theatre

By Constance Scrafield “The reading committee told us they laughed out loud when they read this play,” said Jo Phenix, publicist for Century Church Theatre ...

The Kitchen at Mono Mills celebrates first anniversary

By Jasen Obermeyer The Kitchen at Mono Mills, located in the plaza at Highway 9 and Airport Road, has celebrated its first anniversary by continuing ...

Dufferin County Museum & Archives will re-open to public on August 1

By Brian Lockhart After closing its doors in December of 2017 for renovations, the Dufferin County Museum and Archives is slated to once again welcome ...

Transit system gets third new bus, plans for fourth in 2019

By Mike Pickford The wheels on Orangeville’s municipal transit system just keep spinning. Last Wednesday, representatives from Orangeville Council and the Orangeville Transit Committee gathered ...

Green candidate Laura Campbell says D-C riding is “ready for change”

By Mike Pickford If there’s one thing Laura Campbell hopes to accomplish ahead of the June 7 provincial election, it’s the notion that a vote ...

Dufferin joins 20,000 Homes campaign to reduce homelessness in Canada

By Mike Pickford Dufferin County has once again signed up to participate in a nationwide initiative designed to combat homelessness across the country. The 20,000 ...

« Previous PageNext Page »