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.
Mr. Lacrosse tree sculpture at the Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre depicts a lacrosse player wearing Terry’s #19 jersey.
The Graduate is a new tree sculpture, thanks to students raising funds for the project.
The Southern Ontario Amazing Race brought some interesting challenges to competitors in the Orangeville area June 4-5.
The Orangeville Railway Development Corporation has been notified by Cando Ltd. that a collision occurred between a slow-moving southbound freight train and an eastbound motor vehicle just before 10:3...
Canadian Institute of Planners award Broadway the Great Street title.
Town Hall, facilities closed on Labour Day
Construction of 10-km Vicki Barron Trail is finished!
A big success reported for Blues & Jazz Festival.
Input sought on strategic plan for County.
Champion rower and Olympic medal winner Brian Price will be Orangeville's Community Torchbearer on June 12, 2015 at the Pan Am Games Torch Relay celebration at the Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre.
Town Hall reopens on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.
The Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival announced funding support and the entertainment line-up today.