Orono’s Community Collective has made the decision not to host Oronofest for a third year in 2020. They have taken on a new focus – getting involved with events that are happening in the community.
A crowd of over 80 people attended the Lake Ontario Shoreline Hazard Management Plan Update Open House hosted by the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority (GRCA) on Wednesday, November 6 at the Venture 13 Lecture Hall in Cobourg. Attendees represented communities including Brighton, Grafton, Cobourg, Port Hope, and the Port of Newcastle.
Autism Home Base Durham (AHBD) is seeking volunteer friends and mentors to hang out and have fun with their members, adults (18+) on the autism spectrum.
After 30 years in the Canadian Airborne Regiment, Padre (as he is known by his congregation), maintains the sense of humour, faith and social justice that brought him and his charges through eight months of the Cyprus war.
After 11 years in Bowmanville Tina Barrie has moved her business Soper Creek Yarn to Orono giving new like to the historic bank building on Main Street.
Since August, highway 115 has been under construction from the 401 to the fifth concession, Main Street Orono. There was signage but no details. After some investigation I learned the details of what is happening.
Elementary and secondary school teachers will be in a legal strike position at the end of this month. Doug Ford’s government has made cuts to education in its bid to shrink the deficit. Don’t be fooled when you hear numbers being tossed around – In their economic statement the government of Ontario is going to […]