February 2020 Archive

ODSS Bears hockey team advance to District 4 / 10 semi-final

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Bears advanced to the semi-final round in the District 4 / 10 playoffs after blanking Guelph Collegiate in their quarter-final ...

Junior C hockey starts semi-final round of playoffs

By Brian Lockhart It’s going to be an Alliston Hornets / Penetang Kings match-up in the semi-final round of the Carruthers Division playoffs. The Hornets, ...

Orangeville Legion closed indefinitely after sustaining ‘major’ damage from electrical fire

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is homeless until further notice as a result of damage from a fire on ...

Orangeville Deputy Mayor Andy Macintosh recovering after suffering ‘cardiac event’

By Mike Baker Orangeville Deputy Mayor Andy Macintosh is recovering at home after suffering from a “cardiac event” earlier this month. While details on the ...

Town rolls out new transit app that lets riders track municipal buses

By Mike Baker Orangeville Transit has entered the 21st century – offering local residents an opportunity to track municipal buses using a brand-new smart phone ...

Sylvia Jones ‘encouraged’ by recent beef-sector investment

By Mike Baker Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones has welcomed two recent announcements that she says display the provincial government’s support for Ontario’s cattle farmers and ...

Orangeville’s Nick Ritchie traded to league-leading Boston Bruins

By Mike Baker While the National Hockey League’s  trade deadline on Monday (Feb. 24) was largely uneventful for most hockey fans in the GTA, one ...

Black History Month the theme of Museum panel discussion

By Brian Lockhart A group of prominent local people shared their experiences as part of a panel discussion and exhibition at the Museum of Dufferin ...

Chartwell’s Montgomery Village retirement residence expanding

By Mike Baker Montgomery Village Retirement Residence is in the midst of a $30 million expansion that will add 122 independent supportive living apartments to ...

Big Brothers Big Sisters celebrate 40 years of Bowl for Kids Sake

By Brian Lockhart The fact that the bowling alley in Orangeville closed a few years ago never stopped Big Brother Big Sisters of Dufferin and ...

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