Headline News – March 8, 2018

Four election candidates square off at DBOT forum in Shelburne

Written By PAULINE KERR Healthcare, hydro costs and environmental protection – the Dufferin Board of Trade’s candidates’ forum at the Shelburne Legion on Tuesday (May 15) evening touched on a wide range of issues affecting voters in Dufferin-Caledon. Approximately 100 ...

Town set to sell Fiddle Park to property developer

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Council met “in camera” Monday night to discuss a property matter and emerged to announce that Shelburne’s Fiddle Park had been ...

Award winning Digital History Project cancelled by UGDSB

Written By Marni WALSH Only one week after the successful launch of the digital platform Defining Moments Canada, which was built upon the Digital History ...

Community News

Westminster’s annual Gala concert caps annual music festival

Written By Constance Scrafield As it has done for so many years, Westminster United Church hosted the Gala Concert for the Orangeville and District Music ...

Christian Perspectives: A fitting tribute

This past weekend many celebrated motherhood with fitting tributes given and received. Some mothers did not feel worthy, even if they were. Perhaps the most ...

Better in Mulmur market on scenic hilltop

Written By MARNI WALSH The Better in Mulmur Farmers’ Market will open for a second season, on the scenic hilltop at Dufferin County Museum and ...

Seventh candidate steps forward in Dufferin-Caledon for provincial vote

Written By MIKE PICKFORD There will be an unprecedented seventh name added to the ballot when local voters turnout for next month’s provincial election. Stephen ...

“I am Alice”, LP Stage Productions’ latest hit an absolute ‘wonder’Written By MARNI WALSH

Written By MARNI WALSH LP Stage Productions did a ‘wonderful’ job of bringing “Wonderland” to life this week at Grace Tipling Hall in Shelburne. Visually ...

Mayor Bennington notes finding of needles around town is a “great concern”

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Council met Monday evening facing a full agenda to consider, with the first item being a Question Period query from Kimberley ...

Changes coming to PACE Credit Union

Written By MIKE PICKFORD The Shelburne branch of PACE Credit Union is set for a complete renovation this year, with management and staff at the ...

Centennial Hylands Elementary celebrates half-century of learning

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART A walk down the main corridor at Centennial Hylands Elementary School in Shelburne reveals a display of more than 20 old ...

Hospice Dufferin rakes in $20,000 from two recent local fundraisers

Written By MIKE PICKFORD What a month it has been for Hospice Dufferin. Two recent fundraising efforts have raked in over $20,000 for the local ...

Christian Perspectives: What’s love got to do with it anyway?

In 1983, Tina Turner stepped into a recording studio to lay down the tracks for what was to become her signature song. To this day, ...

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