Headline News – July 20, 2017

Young pianist “scores” with Les Miserables

By Marni Walsh Sixteen-year-old Shelburne-area pianist Nicholas Mustapha is taking on the 340 page score of one of Broadway’s most beloved musicals – Les Miserables. The Theatre Orangeville Young Company production is set to run the last weekend of July ...

Students learn to be their own boss this summer

By Michelle Janzen   The Orangeville & Area Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC), in partnership with the Province of Ontario, is once again offering the ...

NDACT continues the work: AGM July 27th

By Marni Walsh The North Dufferin Agricultural and Community Taskforce (NDACT) will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 7 pm on Thursday, July 27 ...

Seven-year-old Gabe takes on World Dwarf Games

By Mike Pickford   One local youngster is officially counting down the days as he prepares to represent his nation at the upcoming 2017 World ...

Feral Cat Rescue “praying for a miracle”

By Michelle Janzen   As of October 10, 2017, Feral Cat Rescue has to cease and deist all business at their 141 Second Avenue West ...

Community News

Young pianist “scores” with Les Miserables

By Marni Walsh Sixteen-year-old Shelburne-area pianist Nicholas Mustapha is taking on the 340 page score of one of Broadway’s most beloved musicals – Les Miserables. ...

Shelburne Rocks leaves no stone unturned

By Michelle Janzen   Since Pokémon Go is no longer in style, local residents now have a new reason to go walking around downtown. So, ...

Rock Country “Johnson Crook” new opener for Corb Lund

By Marni Walsh   Noel Johnson, Jared Craig and brothers Nathan and Trevor Crook are ”Johnson Crook” a four-piece roots rock/country band that will replace ...

Shelburne resident wins $100,000 lottery windfall

Kelly Ann Vanderbent of Shelburne “said yes to Encore” and won $100,000. Kelly matched six of the seven winning numbers on her Encore selection in ...

Parking permits required for Downtown Core parking

By Michelle Janzen   Council recently passed a proposal by the new By-Law officer Vanessa Albanese to try to alleviate downtown parking woes. Not only ...

Summer School for Dancers

By Michelle Janzen Some consider dance to be a conversation between the body and soul. If your child enjoys this connection and wants to further ...

Home Hardware boosts Habitat

Shelburne Home Hardware Building Centre was proud to present Alyssa and her team at Habitat for Humanity Orangeville with an additional $8,000 in material donated ...

Farmers’ Market Spotlight – Big Thunder Farm

Jon McCausland of Big Thunder Farm is one of the newer vendors at the Shelburne Farmers’ Market. Jon says farmers’ markets are a tradition in ...

NDACT continues the work: AGM July 27th

By Marni Walsh The North Dufferin Agricultural and Community Taskforce (NDACT) will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 7 pm on Thursday, July 27 ...

Singing the Blues for Trinity

By Marni Walsh Blues professionals Larry Kurtz (left) and Bruce Ley (right) backed by Scott Bruyea on the drums sang the Blues at a concert ...

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