Visit the third floor "Storyland" at the main branch of the Orangeville Public Library.
Winter Lights contest recognizes those who had brilliant Christmas displays.
Paved residential boulevards are exempted from parking restriction in Orangeville's bylaw.
Ray Osmond confirmed in Parks & Recreation role.
Ralph Harkies received the Senior of the Year Award at Orangeville Council. Molly Mullin is the recipient of the Youth of the Year Award.
Check out the Town's new bus and get a free ride pass on December 3 from 9-11 a.m. as Orangeville Transit marks 25 years of service.
Learn wherever you are with Lynda.com -- available for Orangeville taxpayers, free of charge, with a library card.
An action plan evolves from a survey of manufacturing businesses in Orangeville.
Budget approval in November marks the earliest approval in memory and the first time a five-year budget direction was considered.
Job Fair at Best Western Hotel on November 8, 2016 from 2-7 p.m.
New print brochures of tree sculptures available and new digital tour announced.
A piece of art wrapped around a utility box enhances Orangeville downtown core and promotes local artists.
Nominations are open for Senior & Youth of the Year awards until October 21, 2016.
Communities in Bloom Ontario awards Orangeville a five-bloom rating so the Town will enter national competition in 2017.
The Moose sculpture shows off a little personality at the Visitor Information Centre.