On Sunday, June 28, Rev. Augusto Nunez, St. Saviour’s, Orono, loaded up his van to deliver donated items to local migrant workers. The Durham Region Migrant Work Ministry has been collecting food and clothing items for farms throughout our region. items that are needed: rice, bread, tuna, sardines, cooking oil, water bottles, red peas/kidney beans, […]
During a marathon Committee session culminating in a late-night Council meeting last week, Clarington Council passed an unprecedented financial support package for taxpayers and business owners negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Take a drive up the precariously steep Hill Street in Newtonville and when you reach the top you’ll find Lakeview Cemetery with its lush groomed grounds and fascinating tombstones, some of which date back as far as the 1840s.
The much-anticipated final draft report of the Lake Ontario Shoreline Management Plan was released on June 10. The Central Lake Ontario (CLOCA), Ganaraska (GRCA) and Lower Trent Region (LTRCA) Conservation Authorities retained the services of Zuzek Inc. and SJL Engineering Inc. to develop an updated Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) for their respective Lake Ontario shorelines. […]
The Colville family came from Scotland and settled near the town line (Regional road 42) in 1830. Brian Colville’s great great grandfather was a shareholder in the Canada Company. In the 1920’s and 30’s, Dr. Neil Colville and Dr. James Colville practised medicine in Orono. Dr. Neil was the original shareholder in the Orono Telephone […]
The Municipality of Clarington is one of eight municipalities that make up The Regional Municipality of Durham. Durham Region is on the very east end of the Greater Toronto Area.
Your car beeps if you leave a door open. It beeps if you try to lock it with the keys in the car. Why has it taken so long to beep if you have left something – or more importantly someone, in the back seat? On Friday, June 26, 2020, a 40-year-old woman was charged […]