News

No alcohol, no railway relegated small town Whittington to history

July 30, 2020   ·   0 Comments

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART One thing is for sure, early residents of the region sure enjoyed a drink. In fact a law banning the sale ...

Local legions grappling with decision to open or stay closed

Written By PAULA BROWN While local businesses are continuing to reopen as much of Ontario moves into Phase 3 of the provincial economic reopening, local ...

Council approves $113,285 work plan for well testing in community

Written By PAULA BROWN Shelburne Town Council approved a work plan to complete necessary additional monitoring to two wells in town that will cost $113,285 ...

Temporary lane closures on Main Street as road undergoes reconstruction

Written By PAULA BROWN A part of Main Street (Hwy. 89) in Shelburne will be condensed to one lane for three days, with repaving operations ...

Speed concerns in town brought up at Council meeting

Written By PAULA BROWN Concerns addressing speeding problems in Shelburne were brought up during the council inquiries portion of Town Council’s Monday (July 27) meeting. ...

Locals enjoying some fly fishing at popular Pine River spot

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART For local anglers, the Pine River provides a combination of running water and a small lake for different types of fishing. ...

Province provides funds to battle hate-crimes in Ontario

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL The provincial government is taking significant steps to support the prevention of hate-motivated crimes in communities across Ontario. Last Wednesday (July ...

Province approves ‘much needed’ expansion at Shelburne’s Hyland Heights Elementary School

Written By PAULA BROWN The Ontario government has approved a multi-million dollar expansion to Hyland Heights Elementary School, which will see an increase in student ...

Shelburne Library News

Have us curate a selection of books today and try our curbside pickup. Your Library is available for curbside pickup! We are ready to serve ...

Orangeville & District SPCA facility closed for a month for urgent renovations

Written By MIKE BAKER The Ontario SPCA Orangeville & District Animal Centre will be temporarily closed until August 24 as it undergoes a variety of ...

Next Page »
Page Reader Press Enter to Read Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Pause or Restart Reading Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Stop Reading Page Content Out Loud Screen Reader Support