July 2020 Archive

No alcohol, no railway relegated Whittington to history

By Brian Lockhart One thing is for sure, early residents of the region sure enjoyed a drink. In fact a law banning the sale of ...

Nominate your favourite artists with Art & Culture Awards looming

By Constance Scrafield As a new councillor, Lisa Post has had an interesting time of it in these last few months with her involvement in ...

The Mom Market Orangeville to hold inaugural event at HVR

By Brian Lockhart It started out as a way for new moms to stay connected and keep their business enterprises viable. However, the Mom Market ...

OPP officer recognized for community involvement effort through local run

By Brian Lockhart A local Ontario Provincial Police Officer has been honoured for his community involvement and dedication to helping youth choose the right path ...

Council discusses new Parks & Recreation Master Plan

By Mike Baker Orangeville Council went to great lengths not to endorse its new Parks and Recreation Master Plan on Monday evening (July 27), despite ...

Province provides funding to battle hate-crimes in Ontario

By Alyssa Parkhill The provincial government is taking significant steps to support the prevention of hate-motivated crimes in communities across Ontario. Last Wednesday (July 22), ...

Mono Council gets complaints concerning proposed brewery

By Peter Richardson Council and residents of Mono had their first in-depth look at the proposed Microbrewery at 388113 Mono Centre Road, when Jamie Robison, ...

Dufferin County set to host community information session for tourism plan

By Paula Brown Dufferin County will be hosting a community information session for its Tourism Strategy and Action Plan on Aug. 11.  The public session ...

Council signs off on playground plans for Fieldstone Parkette

Local resident asks Council to construct tennis court at Purple Park

By Peter Richardson One Mono resident is calling on Council to bring additional tennis facilities to the community. A resident near Purple Park, Mr. Andrew ...

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