March 2020 Archive

Outlaws suspend all practices for March

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Outlaws will be suspending all practices in the dome at the Athlete Institute for the rest of the month to ...

Over 100 breeds on display at Scarborough Kennel Club show

By Brian Lockhart The competitors were certainly well behaved at the Scarborough Kennel Club dog show held at the Orangeville Agricultural Centre on March 13 ...

Theatre Orangeville presented opening night of Too Close to Home

By Constance Scrafield Life is full of twists and turns that we could never predict. Look at the play, Too Close to Home: Margaret’s daughter, ...

Orangeville Hyundai receives Signature Series award

By Brian Lockhart Orangeville Hyundai has been honoured with the Signature Series award from corporate headquarters for the third year in a row. The award ...

John Daniel reflects on his role as Connor in TO’s Too Close to Home

By Constance Scrafield “First off, I just, like, even to get the opportunity of an Equity contact and be in the show,” John Daniel enthused, ...

Local mom shocked by ‘scary’ incident at Orangeville grocery store

By Mike Baker “Everyone has been in a sort of ‘every man for themselves’ kind of attitude lately.” Those were the words used to explain ...

Firing range expansion opposed during Mono Council session

The proposed expansion of the firing range at Dufferin North Peel Anglers and Hunters Club in Mono has brought opposition from some nearby residents. Residents ...

Police continue to deliver essential services to public

The Orangeville Police Service (OPS) says it is continuing to receive updates from federal, provincial, county and local agencies regarding the COVID-19 global pandemic. “Your ...

WDG Public Health confirms first local case of COVID-19 virus

By Mike Baker Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) has confirmed the first positive case of COVID-19 in our area.  A man in his 40s tested positive ...

Local municipalities, firms react to COVID-19 pandemic

By Mike Baker A variety of local events have been cancelled and community-wide shutdowns initiated as the global COVID-19 pandemic intensifies. The Town of Orangeville ...

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