February 2019 Archive

Coldest Night of the Year reminds people of struggles faced by others

By Brian Lockhart Around 350 walkers turned out for the Coldest Night of the Year walk in support of the Orangeville Food Bank on Saturday, ...

Fundraising continues for planned memorial at Greenwood Cemetery

By Brian Lockhart A local veteran’s quest to have a memorial placed at Greenwood Cemetery in Orangeville has hit a snag in the funding stage, ...

Canadian Olympian the keynote speaker at annual DBOT luncheon

By Brian Lockhart Members of the business community as well as community leaders met for the annual Industry Luncheon hosted by the Dufferin Board of ...

Leisa Way in business – music, integirty and people are her bottom line

By Constance Scrafield Leisa Way may be one of the most talented acts on the Theatre Orangeville main stage but she is also the founder ...

Hockley Valley Resort being sold to Toronto-based hospitality corporation

By Brian Lockhart It is popular destination for both skiers and golfers, as well as a place for corporate functions, weddings and other social functions, ...

Bruce Ley enjoying time playing ‘Across the Pond’ in town

By Constance Scrafield “It’s been about 10 years that I’ve been playing for Leisa [Way]. I worked with her at other times on other productions,” ...

Wendy Sheedy has learned that love is a precious thing

By Constance Scrafield Wendy Sheedy is a mother, a grandmother, wife and secretary for Westminster United Church. Her life at this point, happily engaged in ...

Orangeville police investigating three break and enters

By Mike Baker The Orangeville Police Service (OPS) is investigating three separate break-ins at local businesses that occurred within an hour of one another early ...

Westside top Pink Day fundraiser again

By Brian Lockhart For the fourth year in a row, students and staff at Westside Secondary School have come out on top as the biggest ...

Dufferin County hit with snow storm, municipalities weather winter woes

By James Matthews Dufferin County residents began the week with a dire warning to stay off local roads and highways because of inclement weather. High ...

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