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Sewn Hats Donated To HatsOnDufferin

Members of Orange thREADs, Orangeville Public Library’s stitchery group, donated knitted and sewn hats to HatsOnDufferin, in support of their goal of collecting 4,000 hats. HatsOnDufferin plans to donate 150 hats to every school in Dufferin County in recognition of

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OPP Catch Driver Going 108 km/hr. In A 50 km/hr. Zone On Mayfield Road

Last weekend, a Caledon OPP Officer was conducting radar on Mayfield Road west of Bramalea Road when he observed an Audi travelling at a high rate of speed. Police determined the speed of the vehicle to be 108 km/hr. in

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Police Looking To Put A Stop To Counterfeit US Money In Orangeville

This past weekend, a male attended a restaurant located at 115 Fifth Avenue in Orangeville and paid his tab using a US fifty dollar bill. After the male had left the restaurant, staff were suspicious of the currency and contacted

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Shelburne Police Looking For Vehicle Involved In Fail To Remain Collision

Shelburne Police are investigating a fail to remain collision that happened during the early morning hours on Friday October 13th. A vehicle struck a brick utility building at a housing complex on Robert Street in Shelburne.  There was significant damage

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Dufferin Board Of Trade 2017 Play Local Golf Tournament Raises $5000

The Dufferin Board of Trade Golf Committee presented a cheque for $5000 to the Headwaters Health Care Foundation. The funds were raised at the 2017 Play Local Golf Tournament on August 24, 2017, and presented at the new Ambulatory Care

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A Soaking Rainfall Tonight Into Sunday, With Strong Winds Expected Sunday

Special weather statement in effect for: Bracebridge – Gravenhurst Huntsville – Baysville Port Carling – Port Severn Town of Parry Sound – Rosseau – Killbear Park Burlington – Oakville Caledon Halton Hills – Milton Mississauga – Brampton Barrie – Collingwood

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UGDSB Kicks Off Local United Way Fundraising Campaign

The Upper Grand District School Board’s annual United Way Campaign will be kicking off in all schools and board offices on October 16, 2017 and will run until November 17. For over 75 years, United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin has

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CRA Scam Continues to Target Area Residents

Orangeville Police Service are again spreading awareness wishes to again make the community aware that the Canadian Revenue Agency scam is still targeting area residents. In the last two months, seven Orangeville residents have been victims of this fraud with

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Trees Stolen from Princess of Wales Park

Orangeville Police are investigating the theft of two trees from Princess of Wales Park in Orangeville last Friday afternoon. On Friday, October 12, 2017 around 2 p.m., a woman was seen extracting two trees from a landscaped area in the western

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Orangeville Police Seek Assistance with Stolen Boat Investigation

Orangeville Police Service is probing the public for information regarding the theft of a boat, motor and trailer from a Centre Street residence sometime between October 4th and 5th. On Sunday, October 8, 2017, a man contacted police to report

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Mars Canada Chooses Bolton For Largest Capital Investment In Company History

Mars Canada, one of the world’s leading food manufacturers, has chosen Ontario for a significant new step in the company’s growth. On Wednesday in Bolton, Premier Kathleen Wynne joined Mars Canada leaders to open the Mars Food expanded plant. The

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Orangeville Man Arrested for Impaired Driving After Crashing into Bush

A 26-year-old man from Orangeville has been charged with impaired driving after he crashed into a bush in the front yard of a home on Northgate Drive early Saturday morning. Just before 3 a.m. on October 7, 2017, Orangeville Police

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Schomberg Man Charged For Going 137 km/h In An 80 km/h Zone

A Schomberg man is facing stunt driving charges after police clocked him driving 57 km/h over the posted speed limit in Mapleton Tuesday. Just before 4 p.m. on October 10, 2017, a Wellington County OPP officer monitoring traffic on County

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Kenilworth Man Facing Stunt Driving and Drug Charges

A 42-year old man from Kenilworth is facing a slew of charges after police clocked him at 64 km/h over the posted speed limit in Orangeville Thursday morning. On October 5, 2017, an Orangeville police officer was conducting traffic enforcement

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Island Lake Public School Hosts Students from China

From October 2 to 6, 2017, Island Lake Public School hosted a group of 21 international students and three teachers visiting from China. The entire school and Doug Morrell, the Superintendent of Education responsible for the International Student Program, welcomed

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