Homepage Posts / This Week's Issue November 30, 2022 November 29, 2022 by oronoti Read More Preview This Week's Issue November 30, 2022 November 29, 2022 Santa made his way down Main Street in Orono this past Saturday. It’s been two years since we’ve had a parade and what an amazing day it was! Excited children… Memorial Forest Path a legacy in stone November 29, 2022 A great way to pay your respects to loved ones is to memorialize their name in stone at the Newcastle Lions Memo-rial Forest Path. The forest it-self was established as… A win-win situation for horses and seniors November 29, 2022 In August Cathy Sampson put out a call recruiting senior volunteers to help with her senior horses – 20+ and in their 30s. Matching senior with a senior was idea… Sierd’s Rare Cutter November 29, 2022 Recently, Newcastle’s Sierd Dejong found the remnants of an old McLaughlin horse drawn cutter. The cutter was the term used to describe a smaller horse drawn sleigh while the larger… Ranfar Steel adding their support to Clarington’s Hospice November 29, 2022 Kirstine and Randy Farmer, owners of Ranfar Steel in Bowmanville, made a do-nation last week to Durham Hospice – Clarington and would like to encourage other business owners in the… Serving up Christmas cheer at the Newcastle BIA Santa breakfast November 29, 2022 The Newcastle BIA, sponsors of last Saturday’s Breakfast with Santa, were overjoyed at the great turnout for the event. The hardworking chefs (LtoR) Jordan Parry, Taylor Ferguson, Doug Sirrs, Marni… Faye Langmaid – Landscape architect and planner November 29, 2022 Back in the day when roads were named, the Belden Atlas of 1878 was referred to. Families who owned property along the road had the roads named after them. The… All tucked in for a long winter’s nap November 29, 2022 That’s a wrap! Rick, Tereza, Marie and Brian have shelved the last book for 2022. Time for them to relax and get caught up on their reading. Opening day is… Stray Feathers: Here we go again… November 29, 2022 Since the publication of her landmark book “Silent Spring” in 1962, we and our respective governments have paid some attention (but not enough) to the indiscriminate use of pesticides, herbicides,… View This Week's Issue Order your Orono Weekly Times To read these full stories, order your print or digital copy of the Orono Weekly Times! SUBSCRIBE NOW Editorial Whatever the issue, community is the answer “Rein it in” DougNovember 29, 2022On Monday Ontario passed Bill 23. A bill intended to spur housing development amid criticism that it will leave municipalities short billions of dollars, increase property taxes and reduce the […]Where Am I – November 30Where Am I – November 30November 29, 2022 Read the complete editorials in this week's issue.