November 2018 Archive

Orangeville Police launch annual holiday toy and food drive

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Police Service launched its annual toy and food drive in the parking lot at the Orangeville Walmart last Saturday, November ...

DUFFERIN COUNTY’S FIRST Poet Laureate Harry Posner says he’s looking forward to becoming the ‘cultural ambassador’ he believes this region needs. From now until the end of his term in October of next year, Mr. Posner hopes to teach as many people as possible about the power of the written word.

Dufferin’s inaugural poet laureate reflects on his term in office

By Jasen Obermeyer Dufferin County’s inaugural Poet Laureate, Harry Posner, is honoured to have completed his term as an ambassador promoting literary and other arts ...

Jordyn Pallett already ‘stoked’ for second Relaxed Performance

By Constance Scrafield Jordyn Pallett is “stoked” to be returning to Theatre Orangeville’s Relaxed Performance of this year’s Christmas show, A Christmas Story, scheduled specifically ...

100 Women Who Care Dufferin donate to Hospice Dufferin

By Jasen Obermeyer Hospice Dufferin will be greatly benefiting from the efforts of the 100 Women Who Care’s Dufferin chapter. The women gathered for their ...

Pete Paterson: passionate philosopher, photographer

By Constance Scrafield Sometimes Pete Paterson wants to talk first about his philosophy of life, to which he has given the name, Goodism and, withal, ...

Mono Council approves bid for new equestrian arena

By Jasen Obermeyer In the final council meeting of its current term, Mono council unanimously approved an application to construct an equestrian arena near Mono ...

Orangeville’s new council to be sworn in on Monday at Town Hall

By Mike Baker It will be out with the old and in with the new on Monday evening in a special ceremony at Town Hall ...

Polish donor, local recipient of bone marrow transplant to meet next month

By Constance Scrafield Next month, Temine and Mike Ash will finally get to meet Temine’s “genetic twin,” the Polish lady who 27 months ago gave ...

Winter parking bylaw kicks in Dec. 1

By Mike Baker Following the success of last year’s pilot program, the Town of Orangeville has confirmed it will once again provide overflow winter parking ...

Michelle Hanson case adjourned again, third hearing set for Dec. 18

By Mike Baker The case against Michelle Hanson, mother of deceased toddler Kaden Young, was back in front of a judge at the Orangeville courthouse ...

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