From historical to floral themes, Orangeville Council selects names for back lanes.
Lesley Barron is this year's recipient of the Heritage Community Recognition Award.
Visit the Alder Recreation Centre to enjoy some family activities on Feb. 19.
Ontario Geographic Names Board is looking for public input on the naming of the local lake.
Beware of door-to-door people asking to test water or inspect water meters or filters. They are often trying to sell water treatment systems.
More homes and businesses has reduced tax impact for 2018 in Orangeville.
Residents and businesses participated in the Winter Lights Contest.
Three residents were selected to receive Senior of the Year awards and were presented with plaques at the December 11 meeting of Orangeville Council.
The recipient of the 2017 Municipal Youth of the Year was announced on November 27.
No parking is permitted on streets or municipal lots from 2-7 a.m. from December 1 to March 31 inclusive.
First phase of Princess Street reconstruction to be completed by November 23.
The 2018 budget highlights include significant capital investments and the addition of eight full-time firefighters.
Do you know a property owner who should be nominated for a Heritage Community Recognition Award?
The Orangeville Fire Department responded to a structure fire on the west side of B Line.
Residential fire on Second Street results in two injured and extensive damage.