New book tells tales about paranormal investigations in six Town Halls in Ontario.
Known as Island Lake for years, the body of water at Orangeville is officially named.
The Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival runs June 1-3, 2018.
The Railway Parkette has a striking focal point -- the Town's largest tree sculpture project.
The "Community Spirit" tree sculpture on Hewitt Street reflects activities in the neighbourhood park.
The Dragon Timber rises at 38 Broadway in a striking tree sculpture.
York Street couple sponsor new tree sculpture depicting the tree of life.
Bear sighting reporting north of Orangeville
It's time to enjoy some music and a lot of fun at Orangeville's award-winning Blues and Jazz Festival.
Risk of localized flooding as rain returns.
Scenes for TV series being filmed in several locations in Orangeville from May 1-5.
Orangeville's popular farmers' market draws crowds downtown every Saturday morning.
The Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival celebrates its 15th year in 2017, running from June 1-4 in downtown Orangeville.
New print brochures of tree sculptures available and new digital tour announced.
The Moose sculpture shows off a little personality at the Visitor Information Centre.