Known as Island Lake for years, the body of water at Orangeville is officially named.
Do you know a senior or youth who has contributed to the community?
A Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan will be undertaken for Orangeville, thanks to federal funding support.
Road improvement projects have begun, or are about to, in Orangeville in several areas.
Results of Garden Showcase event are announced by Communities in Bloom Committee.
The provincial Senior of the Year Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the community.
A multi-purpose health and lifestyle centre is under construction at the Alder Recreation Centre, with Humber College contributing $150,000 towards the project.
A level 2 dual port charger for electric vehicles is available in the parking lot at 86 Broadway.
Eight additional firefighters allows the department to cover 24 hours a day with full-time firefighters.
Nominations are open for businesses, organizations, and individuals who have contributed to arts and culture in Orangeville.
Residents are encouraged to participate in the Bloomin' Garden Showcase, co-ordinated by Orangeville's Communities in Bloom Committee.
Canada Day celebrations run from 12-5 p.m. at the Alder Recreation Centre on July 1, with fireworks lighting up the sky over Island Lake at 10 p.m.
Pianos can be on Town property, if applications are approved, for a maximum of three months from June 15 to September 15.
Orangeville will compete at the national level, once again, in the Communities in Bloom challenge. Judging takes place July 13, 2018.
A two-year joint park project with the Town of Orangeville and the Orangeville Lions Club officially opened on May 26.