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MONO'S PURPLE HILL PARK REMAINS CLOSED, AS THERE IS STILL A LOT OF GLASS IN SAND
8/22/2017 6:04:56 PM
Purple Hill park remains closed as the Town of Mono continues to deal with vandalism at the playground.
Director of Recreation Kim Perryman says there is still a lot of glass in the playground's sand.

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FOUR TEENS WONT FACE CHARGES FOR HORSE PRANK AT ERIN HIGH SCHOOL
8/22/2017 5:53:18 PM
Police confirm the horse statue that was hoisted onto the roof of Erin District High School in June was a prank.
Four teens are responsible for stealing the horse from McMullan Park and putting it onto the school roof.

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OPP INVESTIGATING SMASHED WINDOWS AT ERIN PUBLIC SCHOOL
8/22/2017 5:46:29 PM
There's been more vandalism reported in Erin.
Fifteen windows were smashed at Erin Public School on Sunday (Aug. 20).
According to OPP, officers were called to the school after reports of yelling and banging.

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BC TEEN MISSING IN DUFFERIN COUNTY
8/22/2017 1:52:15 PM
Police need help finding a missing teen who is not familiar with the Dufferin area.
Fifteen year-old Rochelle Codi Wisse has been missing since Sunday evening (Aug. 20).

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BROADWAY PIANO CAN STAY
8/22/2017 8:55:05 AM
Orangeville councillors have agreed to take no further action on the community piano outside the Altered Native on Broadway.

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REPAIRS NEEDED AT SHELBURNE WATER TOWER
8/22/2017 8:51:28 AM
Repairs to the Shelburne water tower will shut it down for about six weeks.
The good news is that it won't cost as much as what was originally thought.
Exterior painting and minor inside lining repairs will cost about $240,000 rather than $500,000.

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YOUNG COMPANY PRESENTS PETER PAN AT ISLAND LAKE AMPHITHEATRE
8/22/2017 8:48:25 AM
Peter Pan will fly at Island Lake.
Theatre Orangeville's Young Company is putting on the show at the new amphitheatre this weekend (Aug. 25-27).
Dan LeMesurier plays Peter Pan and says he was interested in the role after playing Mr.

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SURVEY SHOWS PERCENTAGE FOR VIOLENT CRIMES IS DOWN IN SHELBURNE
8/21/2017 5:08:16 PM
Violent crimes are down in Shelburne according to Satistics Canada's 2016 survey.
It shows the Crime Serverity Index (CSI) for violent crimes was down by 16.2 per cent at 38.0 per cent compared to the national average sitting at 75.3 per cent.

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POSTIVE BATCH OF MOSQUITOES WITH WEST NILE COLLECTED IN CALEDON EAST: PUBLIC HEALTH
8/21/2017 5:01:18 PM
A mosquito batch has tested positive for West Nile in Caledon East.
Peel Public Health says the postive batch was collected from Cranston Drive and Airport Road last week.

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JOB FAIR COMING UP TUESDAY
8/21/2017 4:48:50 PM
Looking for a new job?
Over 10 local employers will be at a job fair Tuesday at Georgian College.
Among those employers are Millennium1 Solutions, KTH Shelburne Manufacturing, and Ice River Springs.
The job fair is from 10-1 p.m.

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PARTIAL SOLAR ECLIPSE TO START AT ABOUT 1 P.M. MONDAY
8/21/2017 9:59:19 AM
Many Canadians will be looking to the sky today (Aug. 21) to take in a partial solar eclipse.
Unlike a coast-to-coast swath of the U-S, Canada won't see a total eclipse, where the moon completely covers the sun and blacks out the sky for a short time.

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PRINTING GLITCH SENDS TWO BILLS TO ORANGEVILLE HYDRO CUSTOMERS
8/21/2017 9:57:41 AM
If you received two bills from Orangeville Hydro last week, just pay one.
The utility says about 500 customers got duplicate bills due to a printing glitch.
If you have any questions contact Orangeville Hydro at 519-942-8000.

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MPP JONES READY TO PUSH SEWAGE BYPASS ACT THROUGH LEGISLATURE WHEN IT RESUMES
8/21/2017 9:34:25 AM
A private members bill that would notify the public of sewage bypasses is more timely than ever with at least two such occurrences in Orangeville earlier this summer.

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LOCALS, VISITORS ENJOY GREAT FOOD & MUSIC IN ORANGEVILLE
8/21/2017 9:23:33 AM
Good food, music and some Carribean flavour took over downtown Orangeville on Saturday (Aug. 19).
Christine Vilon enjoyed Taste of Orangeville. She says the event is a great opportunity for residents and visitors to try some of the town's awesome restaurants.

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JR. B NORTHMEN REPEAT AS FOUNDERS CUP CHAMPIONS
8/21/2017 6:49:01 AM
The Northmen are Canada's top Jr. B lacrosse team for a second straight year.
Orangeville smoked Red Deer 18-7 in the Founders Cup final to claim back-to-back Canadian lacrosse championships for the first time since 1989 and 1990.

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LOCAL MOM RAISES FUNDS AND AWARENESS FOR HYDROCEPHALUS
8/18/2017 6:31:43 PM
A local mom is trying to get the word out about a medical condition called Hydrocephalus.
It's the buildup of too much cerebrospinal fluid in the brain.
Tammy Trimble's son Jackson was diagnosed at four months old and had his first surgery at six months.

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CATCH SOME LIVE MUSIC & TASTE SOME GREAT FOOD IN DOWNTOWN ORANGEVILLE SATURDAY
8/18/2017 6:24:47 PM
Orangeville's downtown core will be filled with live music on Saturday (Aug. 19).
In addition to the Taste of Orangeville happening on Mill Street from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Sounds of Orangeville will be taking place on Broadway at the same time.

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SHELBURNE AWARDS CANINE CONTROL CONTRACT
8/18/2017 6:20:14 PM
Orangeville OSPCA has been awarded Shelburne's canine control contract.
The deal is the town's bylaw control officer will pick up found dogs and bring it to the Orangeville shelter for a fee.

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THE GRAND RIVER RODEO TAKES PLACE THIS WEEKEND
8/18/2017 6:18:05 PM
There's a new addition to the Grand River Rodeo this weekend (Aug. 18-20).
Vice Chairperson Steve Murphey says the event that's in its fifth year will have a parade.

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FOUR TORONTO MEN CHARGED WITH THEFT, AFTER METAL IS STOLEN FROM ERIN BUSINESS
8/18/2017 2:41:29 PM
Four people are facing charges after a metal was stolen from an Erin business.
According to police, video surveillance caught the four men taking metal from the Thompson Crescent business last Friday morning (Aug. 11).

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YOU CAN STILL GET TICKETS FOR CALEDON MEALS ON WHEELS' LARGEST FUNDRAISING EVENT
8/18/2017 2:25:52 PM
Tickets are still available for Caledon Meals on Wheels' biggest fundraiser of the year.
Poor weather has hampered the organizations efforts to sell tickets for its inaugural lottery.

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A MOTORCYCLE DRIVER FACES CRIMINAL CHARGES, AFTER A TRAFFIC STOP IN CALEDON
8/18/2017 1:40:58 PM
A disqualified driver is facing criminal charges after getting stopped in Caledon.
The early morning traffic stop last Friday (Aug. 11) was initiated when an officer noticed a stolen licence plate on a motorcycle.

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KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR MONDAY'S SOLAR ECLIPSE
8/18/2017 1:26:51 PM
A solar eclipse is happening on Monday (Aug. 21).
The planets and our location will line up just right to see the sun get partly covered by the moon.
Gary Boyle, who is known as The Backyard Astronomer, says the U.S.

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CO DETECTORS DONATED TO SHELBURNE FIRE
8/18/2017 9:49:20 AM
Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones and the Insurance Bureau of Canada want to put carbon monoxide detectors in the homes of Shelburne residents.
Jones and IBC donated 150 CO detectors to Shelburne and District Fire on Thursday (Aug. 17).

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NEW AMBULATORY CARE CENTRE AT HEADWATERS HOSPITAL NOT READY YET
8/18/2017 9:41:21 AM
A re-scheduled opening of the new Ambulatory Care Centre at Headwaters Health Care Centre has been delayed again.
It was to open to patients on Friday (Aug. 18), but it could be another few weeks before hospital officials are ready to open the doors.

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FALL FASHION ON DISPLAY AT ANNUAL GREAT TASTE FASHION GALA FRIDAY NIGHT
8/18/2017 9:15:02 AM
Treat yourself to some appetizes and cocktails while seeing the hottest trends this fall at the Great Taste Fashion Gala.
The 4th annual show takes over Mill Street in downtown Orangeville Friday (Aug. 18).

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ATTEMPTED MURDER, KIDNAPPING CHARGES LAID IN CALEDON SHOOTING
8/17/2017 1:41:12 PM
Two men have been charged in Wednesday's (Aug. 16) shooting near Highway 10 in Caledon.
Nineteen year-old Andrae Douse of Mississauga and 26-year-old Mohamud Hassan of Etobicoke are charged with attempted murder, kidnapping and possession of cocaine.

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WEEKEND ROAD CLOSURES IN DOWNTOWN ORANGEVILLE
8/17/2017 1:39:05 PM
Weekend events in downtown Orangeville will close Mill Street starting Friday (Aug. 18).
The road will be closed from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Monday for the Great Taste Fashion Show, Taste of Orangeville and CaribFest.

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ORANGEVILLE POLICE NOMINATED FOR BOARD OF TRADE AWARD
8/17/2017 1:32:12 PM
For the second year in a row, the Orangeville Police Service has been nominated for a Dufferin Board of Trade Excellence Award.
It is nominated for the 2017 Association of the Year Award.

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FOOD DRIVE COLLECTS 5,200 LBS FOR ORANGEVILLE FOOD BANK
8/17/2017 1:26:37 PM
Another successful mid-summer food drive for the Orangeville Food Bank.
Donation bins were set up at all the grocery stores, Walmart and Shoppers Drug Mart last Saturday (Aug. 12).

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BILL 148 WILL PUT 185,000 JOBS AT RISK: STUDY
8/17/2017 9:53:28 AM
A quick increase to the minimum wage will put 185,000 jobs at risk within the first two years according to an economic analysis report done by the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis.

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SHELBURNE COUNCIL EXPLORING PHOTO RADAR
8/17/2017 9:36:38 AM
Photo radar has caught the attention of Mayor Ken Bennington and council.

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OPP ISSUE CYCLING SAFETY TIPS AFTER YOUNG BOY WAS HIT BY CAR
8/17/2017 9:24:46 AM
A teen will be okay after getting struck by a car while riding his bike in Caledon.
The 13-year-old boy was hit at the Highway 10 and Valleywood Drive exit Tuesday afternoon (Aug. 15).
OPP say the boy was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

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A FREE CONCERT IS HELD, AS THE FATE OF THE COMMUNITY PIANO IS SET TO BE DETERMINED MONDAY
8/16/2017 5:38:42 PM
The fate of the community piano outside of the Altered Native store on Broadway won't be decided until Orangeville's next council meeting, but until then the music lives on.
A free concert took place today (Aug. 16) from 11 a.m.

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MORE UPGRADES TO THE CROSSWALK ON MAIN STREET IN SHELBURNE
8/16/2017 2:11:10 PM
More flashing lights are coming to the crosswalk on Main Street in front of Shelburne Town Hall.
The beacons will be installed at eye level and will flash when someone is crossing the road.

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THE ORANGEVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS
8/16/2017 1:44:05 PM
Orangeville Fire is recruiting volunteer firefighters.
The department has two information sessions coming up on August 17th and 19th.

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UPDATE: HWY 10 REOPENED IN CALEDON
8/16/2017 10:54:02 AM
OPP has reopened a stretch of Highway 10 in Caledon following a lengthy police investigation into an overnight shooting.
Highway 10 between King and Old School Road was reopened at around 10:40 a.m. Wednesday (Aug. 16).

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ART, ELECTRONICS STOLEN FROM CHISHOLM STREET HOME
8/16/2017 9:12:31 AM
A man and woman are being sought by police following an early morning break and enter at a Chisholm Street home.
Orangeville Police say the couple were seen on nearby video surveillance entering the home at around 2:00 a.m. Sunday (Aug. 13).

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JR. B NORTHMEN TAKE FIRST GAME AT FOUNDERS CUP
8/16/2017 9:07:45 AM
The Jr. B Northmen started the Founders Cup with a 12-6 victory over Red Deer.
Orangeville used an eight goal second period to dump the Rampage.
Mike Sutton led the way with four goals and two assists.

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