September 2018 Archive

Westminster United Church’s sanctuary renovations complete

By Jasen Obermeyer Westminster United Church has recently completed renovations of its sanctuary that offer new flexibility for events and worship. The new sanctuary has ...

Local resident plans to take part in OneWalk to Conquer Cancer

By Jasen Obermeyer Daniel Woods, Regional Vice-President for RBC, and a resident of Orangeville since 2013, will be taking part this week in the 16th ...

Town Council approves urban harvest program

By Jasen Obermeyer Orangeville Council approved the creation of an urban harvest program, where volunteers will pick fresh fruit from private properties. At Monday’s (April ...

TD Summer Reading Club takes place throughout the summer

By Jasen Obermeyer With summer vacation beginning, children can have fun while still learning, by joining the TD Summer Reading Club, which kicked off July ...

Projected enrolments both up and down for Dufferin schools

By Jasen Obermeyer With back to school around the corner, the projected numbers for student enrolment for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board (DPCDSB) and ...

Twelve-year-old raises $4,000 for Orangeville food bank

By Jasen Obermeyer Ryan Hann’s recent ‘Will Swim for Food’ event, has successfully raised $4000 plus 300 food items for the Orangeville food bank. From ...

Local OSPCA Animal Centre hold Christmas for Critters open house

By Jasen Obermeyer The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ (SPCA) Orangeville & District Animal Centre are looking for donations for their ...

Orangeville Gideon Camp host dessert night

By Jasen Obermeyer Orangeville Gideon Camp, along with the Gideons International In Canada, are hosting a Gospel on the Ground, at Broadway’s Pentecostal Church, on ...

Local resident wins Skate Canada gold medal

By Jasen Obermeyer Local Orangeville resident and figure skater, Olivia Chung, became a Skate Canada Gold Test medalist recently, having recently passed the Gold Skating ...

Mono Council approves CVC bid for bylaw exemptions

By Jasen Obermeyer Mono Council has approved a list of Noise By-law exemptions from the Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), although the approval was subject to ...

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