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OPP SAY FISHERMAN DISCOVERS HUMAN REMAINS IN GRAND RIVER
4/21/2018 10:17:03 PM
A body was discovered in the Grand River in Belwood Saturday afternoon.
A local fisherman called Wellington OPP at about 3 p.m. today (Sat. Apr. 21) that human remains were found under the bridge of County Road 26.

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O'VILLE WOMAN FACES A SLEW OF CHARGES AFTER BYTHIA HOME BREAK-IN
4/20/2018 5:05:54 PM
A 21 year-old Orangeville woman is facing charges after allegedly breaking into a Bythia Street home.
Police say a woman woke up to noises in her kitchen at about 6:40 a.m. on Wednesday (Apr. 18).

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GRCA DOWNGRADES WATERSHED STATEMENT TO A WATER SAFETY MESSAGE
4/20/2018 4:59:40 PM
The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) has downgraded its flood watch to a water safety message.
Rivers and streams throughout the watershed are expected to rise in response to the warm temperatures in the forecast over the next five days.

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TRAFFIC STOP IN SHELBURNE LEADS TO DRUG, WEAPON CHARGES
4/20/2018 1:32:17 PM
Police have laid charges against a teen after drugs and a knife were allegedly discovered during traffic stop in Shelburne.
The 18-year-old man was pulled over Wednesday evening for allegedly speeding.

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TRANSPORT TRUCK GOES UP IN FLAMES ON HWY 9
4/20/2018 1:25:03 PM
No injuries after a transport truck fire on Highway 9 just east of Orangeville Friday (Apr. 20).
The truck went up into flames at around 10:00 a.m. near the 1st Line Mono.
The driver managed to escape without injury.

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SHELBURNE CELEBRATING MULTICULTURALISM SATURDAY
4/20/2018 1:24:03 PM
The first ever Multicultural Day in Shelburne is an opportunity for the community to come together and learn about different cultures. Organizer Althea Casamento moved to Shelburne from Brampton in 2013 and was used to seeing the different cultures.

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MONO COUNCIL HOSTS SPRING TOWN HALL SATURDAY
4/20/2018 1:09:45 PM
Online voting and hi-speed internet will be the topics discussed at Mono council's Town Hall meeting on Saturday (Apr. 21).
With the municipal election just around the corner, the municipalicity wants to get residents up-to-speed on how online voting will work.

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ORANGEVILLE BLUES AND JAZZ WEEKEND
4/20/2018 1:08:31 PM
The 16th Annual Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival is nearly a month away from taking over downtown Orangeville.
The success of the festival is built on the hundreds of hours volunteers donate to put the three-day concert series on.

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ORANGEVILLE HOUSING MARKETING STARTING TO PICKUP PACE: ODREB
4/20/2018 10:21:19 AM
Home sales in Orangeville are starting to pickup pace as we settle into the spring market. Orangeville and District Real Estate Board spokesperson Dave Grime adds that inventory remains high. There are about 80 active listings in Orangeville this month.

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DOUG FORD STOPS IN ORANGEVILLE BEFORE RALLY IN MILDMAY
4/20/2018 9:55:39 AM
Leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, Doug Ford, may a brief pit stop in Orangeville Thursday (Apr. 19).
Ford was on his way to a rally in Mildmay where 101.5 myFM's sister station in Kincardine caught up with him.

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TICKET SALES FOR 'CREATIVITY UNDER PRESSURE: INSPIRATION FOR ARTISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS' CLOSES FRIDAY
4/20/2018 9:40:37 AM
Ticket sales end Friday (Apr. 20) for a lunch and learn session geared towards local entreprenuers in the arts and culture sector.
The Orangeville and Area Small Business Enterprise is hosting the event Wednesday (Apr. 25) at the Best Western.

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O'VILLE COUNCIL PASSES ON IDEA TO CHARGE CANADA POST RENT FOR COMMUNITY BOX LOCATIONS
4/20/2018 9:32:25 AM
Orangeville council won't seek legal advice on whether it can require Canada Post pay rent for land its community mailboxes sit on.

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ADDITIONAL CHARGE LAID AGAINST ORANGEVILLE MARTIAL ARTS INSTRUCTOR
4/20/2018 9:24:55 AM
Orangeville Police has laid an additional charge against Michael Toms.

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"YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE SOMEONE A SECOND CHANCE AT LIFE"
4/19/2018 1:36:58 PM
Michelle Steele's father is a heart transplant recipient. Mike Steele received his new heart following complications after a heart attack in 2008.

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ATHLETE INSTITUTE DOME COMES DOWN FROM HEAVY SNOW & ICE
4/19/2018 1:24:37 PM
Scheduled events at the Athlete Institute sport dome have been cancelled indefinitely after it was brought down earlier this week.

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VOLUNTEER GROUP DEDICATED TO SAVING BEES
4/19/2018 11:23:33 AM
A group of volunteer beekeepers are working to save honeybees one colony at a time.
Ontario Bee Rescue Canada was formed in 2014.

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WEEKEND TREE PLANTINGS IN ORANGREVILLE RESCHEDULED
4/19/2018 10:21:46 AM
Two tree plantings in Orangeville this weekend have been postponed due to wintry weather earlier this week.
The annual Baby Tree Forest Dedication has been rescheduled from Sunday to April 29th at 2:00 p.m..

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RESPIRATORY ILLNESS BREAKOUT AT LORD DUFFERIN
4/18/2018 5:06:44 PM
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health reports that there has been a respiratory illness outbreak at the Lord Dufferin Centre in Orangeville.
The outbreak was declared on Monday (Apr. 16).

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HEADWATERS HOSPITAL CELEBRATES VOLUNTEERS
4/18/2018 12:48:57 PM
Headwaters Health Care Centre is celebrating its volunteers this week.
As part of National Volunteer Recognition Week, Headwaters staff are thanking the more than 200 volunteers that provide support to patients, families and visitors.

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CREDIT VALLEY CONSERVATION CANCELS FLOOD WATCH
4/18/2018 12:22:36 PM
A flood watch across the Credit Valley watershed has been cancelled.
Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) downgraded the watch to a water safety statement on Wednesday morning (Apr. 18).

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JR. A NORTHMEN RELEASE 2018 SCHEDULE
4/17/2018 1:28:28 PM
The Jr. A Northmen will start its season on the road May 15th in Whitby.
Orangeville will visit Burlington and Toronto to close out the first weekend of the season.
The Northmen's home opener is May 20th against Brampton at Tony Rose.

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MISSING WOMAN FOUND SAFE
4/17/2018 1:21:44 PM
Orangeville Police say a 64-year-old woman who went missing after taking the GO Bus from Orangeville to Brampton has been located.
Last Tuesday (Apr. 10), Katherine Bradley was reported missing after getting off the bus in downtown Brampton.

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POLICE INVESTIGATING ARMED ROBBERY AT AN ORANGEVILLE CONVENIENCE STORE
4/17/2018 12:23:09 PM
Three men are on the lam after allegedly robbing a First Street convenience store Tuesday (Apr. 17).
Orangeville Police say at about 6:00 a.m., the men entered First Street Variety and demanded cash from a female employee.

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BUSKERS WON'T REQUIRE A PERMIT IN ORANGEVILLE
4/17/2018 12:13:47 PM
Orangeville will allow busking in town without a permit.
Council has voted to allow street entertainers preform for donations without getting a permit from Town Hall.

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SEARCH RESUMES FOR KADEN YOUNG AFTER WINTRY WEATHER HALTS EFFORTS
4/17/2018 11:08:39 AM
The search has resumed for Kaden Young after a three day break because of poor weather conditions.
Volunteer search organizers had to postpone the search for the three-year-old boy's body over the weekend because of the ice storm.

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DUFFERIN DIR. OF COMMUNITY SERVICES KEITH PALMER MOVING UP TO PROVINCIAL LEVEL
4/17/2018 8:53:52 AM
The County of Dufferin is saying goodbye to a long-time staff member.

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LARRY'S SMALL ENGINES ADDS STIHL LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT TO ITS ARSENAL
4/17/2018 8:46:03 AM
Larry's Small Engines has expanded its product line-up adding STIHL to the showroom.
Larry's will now carry the full line of STIHL lawn and garden equipment - both gas and battery powered units.

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UPDATE: HUNDREDS OF CUSTOMERS IN DUFFERIN & CALEDON ARE STILL WITHOUT POWER
4/17/2018 7:24:14 AM
The cleanup continues Tuesday (Apr. 17) from the weekend ice storm that brought down trees and power lines knocking out power to thousands.

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LOCAL CONSERVATION OFFICIALS WARN OF POTENTIAL FLOODING
4/16/2018 2:02:39 PM
While the brunt of this mid-April ice storm has moved on, the concern now is possible flooding.
Credit Valley, Grand River and Nottawasaga Valley conservation authorities have flood watches continuing today (Apr. 13).

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APR. 16/18 AFTERNOON INFORMATION UPDATE
4/16/2018 1:32:13 PM
101.5 myFM is currently off-air due to a large power outage affecting our tower.
Here is the latest information update from the myFM Newsroom.

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FREEZING RAIN ENDS, RAINFALL WARNING CONTINUES
4/16/2018 1:19:37 PM
Environment Canada has ended a freezing rain warning for Orangeville and surrounding areas, but a rainfall warning continues.

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SOME GARBAGE COLLECTION MAY BE MISSED IN ORANGEVILLE MONDAY; COLLECTION CANCELLED IN NORTH DUFFERIN
4/16/2018 12:30:15 PM
Orangeville residents with scheduled garbage pick-up Monday (Apr. 16) may be missed due to road conditions.
Dufferin County says collection will be attempted on plowed roads, but is dependent on changing weather conditions.

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WET WEATHER WILL STICK FOR FIRST PART OF THE WEEK
4/16/2018 10:13:35 AM
After a wild weekend of mixed precipitation, Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says wet weather will continue into Tuesday (Apr. 17). Freezing rain, snow and ice pellets greeted us Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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PLOWS, SALTERS CONTINUE TO CLEAN-UP POST ICE STORM
4/16/2018 10:09:49 AM
Public works crews across Dufferin County and Caledon will continue to clean-up roads and sidewalks Monday (Apr. 16) following a rare mid-April ice storm.
In Orangeville, Public Works Director Doug Jones says crews have been working since early Saturday morning.

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EARTH WEEK EVENTS PLANNED ACROSS ORANGEVILLE
4/16/2018 9:39:17 AM
Earth Week activities are planned all week in Orangeville.
From Monday (Apr. 16) to Saturday, Earth Week displays can be found at the Alder Recreation Centre, Mill. St. Public Library and Edelbrock Centre during regular business hours.

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