Headliners - June 21, 2018

Minister cites racism as battle continues

Written By MIKE PICKFORD A Shelburne minister is claiming racism is at the source of a bitter dispute with the landlord of his non-denominational church’s meeting house. Rev. Vincent Sterling has been operating the Shelburne Worship Centre out of a ...

Volunteer MBC the winner

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR Nearly 60 golfers teed off under almost cloudless skies at the Caledon Woods Golf Club June 14 to raise funds for ...

Dream comes true for Orangeville pals who win $20 million

Written By Jasen Obermeyer David Brown and Emanoil (Mike) Kopoulos of Orangeville are celebrating after winning $20,481,125.50 in the March 21 LOTTO 6/49 draw. Mr. ...

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Family fun at Downey’s Farm

Join in the family fun at Downey’s Farm Market & Winery on Sunday, July 1st. There will be free admission and parking. At 9 a.m. ...

Jr. A Flyers flying the coop

Written By MARK LOCKHART That’s it for Junior A hockey in Orangeville, at least for now. The Orangeville Junior A Flyers are packing it in ...

HHCC reviews 2018

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) held its annual general meeting on Tuesday (June 19) at the Lord Dufferin Centre retirement residence, ...

Celebrating Canada Day is right around the corner

by David Tilson Canada Day is quickly approaching. It’s a fantastic holiday and one where we can display our outstanding patriotism to the world, while ...

Many ways to get burned this Canada Day

Fire and Emergency Services (FES) encourages all residents to stay safe as they barbeque and set off fireworks this Canada Day. “Before you fire up ...

Team Lorraine Mondello sets up shop in Caledon, brings a familiar face on board as housing sales heat up once again

Written By CITIZEN STAFF She just sold the most expensive subdivision home in the history of the Bolton market, and that’s not even the aspect ...

Bolton students on right path

CITIZEN STAFF An actor and a top prize winner from the Canada-Wide Science Fair are among a record number of students from across Canada looking ...

Future of POA court unresolved

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Dufferin County council has decided to offer Caledon staff a lease that if agreed upon, would see the Provincial Offences Administration ...

Wines of the World a tasty event

Written By CITIZEN STAFF Fine wines. Hearty beers. Tasty food. Warm evenings and great company. All coming your way to kick off summer. The Rotary ...

Bethell event raises $91,000

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Called the Diamond in the Hills “because Bethell Hospice is a jewel in our community,” this is an annual fund raiser, ...

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Bandits breakdown leaves team in battle for basement

Written By JAKE COURTEMATTE The Caledon Bandits seemed poised to pick up their second win of the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season, before a ...

Bolton Dodgers finding runs tough to manufacture

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A rollercoaster of a season has hit a downslope for the Bolton Dodgers, who managed just one run through back-to-back games ...

Bandits steal win from Mimico

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Bandits can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Nine games  and just over a month into the Ontario Junior ...

Brewers on the ball, perfect through eight games

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Bolton Brewers are back in a familiar position. The perennial powerhouse AA ball club sits atop the North Dufferin Baseball ...

Earning Hardware

PHOTO: JAKE COURTEPATTE THE SEASON MAY be young, but the Under-17/18 HEADS Hurricanes women’s soccer team has already earned some hardware – and on home ...

Local team going to Sr. Canada games

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART If you’re past the age of 70 and still playing hockey, chances are you’ve been a life long player. However, playing ...

Bolton Dodgers put together two-game winning streak

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A rollercoaster start to the North Dufferin Baseball League season has the Bolton Dodgers back on an upswing, tying together a ...

Brewers take consolation final in Victoria Day tournament

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Bolton Brewers ended their long weekend with a little hardware. The AA baseball club earned the title of consolation championships ...

Caledon Jr. C Bandits fall to rival Warriors, Thistles

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Week three of the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season played out much the same as the previous two for the ...

Bolton Dodgers ride heavy bats to early North Dufferin success

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Through the first week of the North Dufferin Baseball League season, no team was hotter at the plate than the Bolton ...

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