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Headline News – March 26, 2020

‘A passion of love’, Shelburne’s Second Fiddle to close

Written By MARNI WALSH Second Fiddle, owned and operated by Diana Buckley and her partner Eric Nagler, at 112 Main Street in Shelburne, will be closing its doors by May.   “A store that defies description,” as the couple says, ...

More than 1,000 visits to COVID-19 Assessment Centre in first week

Written By MIKE BAKER More than 1,000 individuals have visited the new drive-thru COVID-19 assessment clinic at Headwaters Health Care Centre since it was opened ...

Shelburne declares State of Emergency, develops new community relief plan

Written By MIKE BAKER The Town of Shelburne has declared a State of Emergency in response to the continued COVID-19 pandemic, however Mayor Wade Mills ...

Community News

Will Canadian Open Fiddle Championship celebrate 70th year?

Written By MARNI WALSH With social distancing upon the community, service clubs like the Shelburne Rotary Club are faced with the very real possibility that ...

Shelburne mayor responds to COVID-19, municipality announces multiple closures

Written By MIKE BAKER Shelburne Mayor Wade Mills has announced the Town is closing all municipal facilities until further notice in response to the COVID-19 ...

Shelburne officers nominated for provincial Police Hero Awards

Written By MARNI WALSH Shelburne Police Service (SPS) Cst. Jeffery McLean has been nominated for the 2020 Police Hero Awards through the Police Association of ...

Mayor Mills responds to various questions relating to COVID-19

Questions provided by PETER RICHARDSON We sent out a list of 11 questions to Shelburne Mayor Wade Mills, covering a wide variety of topics, in ...

There’s lots going on over March Break at Shelburne Public Library

Only a few days left to buy tickets for our March Break events! Stop by YOUR Library to purchase tickets for Creature Quest, Dufflebag Theatre ...

EDC and Shelburne Rotary team up to make a ‘splash’

Written By MARNI WALSH The Shelburne Economic Development Committee (EDC) has teamed up with the Shelburne Rotary Club for the EDC’s Annual Golf Classic.  “When ...

Seeback condemns Bill C-7, wants improved palliative care funding for local residents

Written By MIKE BAKER Dufferin-Caledon MP Kyle Seeback has criticized the Liberal federal government for attempting to fast-track legislation that would change assisted-dying rules across ...

Private firm says local fire department could reclaim thousands through service charges

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Local Fire Chief Brad Lemaich and Chris Carrier, of the company Fire Marque, presented to Shelburne Council on Monday, with the ...

‘Music and Magic’ to support Partera’s work for peace overseas

Written By MARNI WALSH Reverend LeeAnn McKenna, of Mono, has worked to build bridges of peace in some of the most dangerous conflict areas of ...

It’s never too late to celebrate as Troupe-Adore hosts Mardi Gras bash

Written By MARNI WALSH Last week a group of dedicated volunteers from Troup- Adore, proved, once again, that it is never to late to celebrate.  ...

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