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Headline News – July 2, 2020

Local tutoring company publishes new early literacy eBook

Written By PAULA BROWN Shelburne educator Suzette Daley has published an eBook as part of her tutoring program and company Mini-Intel. Mini-Intel, short for mini intellects, is a tutoring program created by Daley where she teaches the fundamentals of early ...

Amaranth Mayor Bob Currie removed from role as chair of key County committee

Written By PAULA BROWN Amaranth Mayor Bob Currie has been removed from his position as chair of a County committee following comments he made about ...

Community News

Celebrate Your Awesome takes on new meaning in light of recent controversy

Written By MIKE BAKER “Now, more than ever, we need to make sure our LGBTQ community knows they have our full support.” While Pride Month, ...

Shelburne Library News

Your Shelburne Library is available for curbside pickup! We are ready to serve you by offering you the opportunity to place holds and have the ...

Special Council meeting a no-go in Amaranth

Written By PAULA BROWN A special council meeting, called by Amaranth Deputy Mayor Chris Gerrits to discuss flying the Pride flag in Amaranth, was a ...

Shelburne finds new dispatcher for local fire department, transition coming soon

Written By MIKE BAKER The Town of Orangeville has secured a new dispatcher for the municipality’s fire service. The Orangeville Fire dispatch service is switching ...

Four more stunt driving charges laid in Shelburne, ongoing issue getting worse

Written By PAULA BROWN Shelburne Police Services (SPS) continue to see a number of incidents of high speed driving in the community, with yet another ...

Town looking at $20 million bill to upgrade treatment plant, boost water supply

Written By PETER RICHARDSON The Town’s engineers, S. Burnett and Associated presented two detailed reports to Council concerning the wastewater treatment plant and the drinking ...

BIA hands out special face masks, unifying local businesses

Written By PAULA BROWN Shelburne’s Business Improvement Area (BIA) dropped off special face masks to its members on Tuesday (June 30). “We thought, what better ...

UGDSB offering summer program for students

Written By PAULA BROWN The Upper Grand District School Board announced it will be offering summer support programs for students and families with mental health ...

Board hopes to hire new fire chief by July 31

Written By PAULA BROWN Shelburne could have a new Fire Chief in place by the end of July as the Shelburne District Fire Board is ...

Local businesses excited to open their doors as we move to Phase 2

Written By PAULA BROWN Local businesses are beginning to open their doors after months of being closed as the province continues its move to Stage ...

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