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Jeff Rollings

Jeff Rollings is a freelance writer living in Caledon.

Serious Songstress: Sara Rose, 22, Mono. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Serious Songstress: Sara Rose

Nov 20, 2018

Mono’s Sara Rose has found a way to marry her gift for music with her training in social work with a music program at Hospice Dufferin.

Advocate Extraordinaire: Laura Jotham, 25, Orangeville, and Watson, 10. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Advocate Extraordinaire: Laura Jotham

Nov 20, 2018

Orangeville’s Laura Jotham has been a tireless community educator, helping Headwaters learn about the role of service dogs for the visually impaired.

Susan Reynolds holds a painting by Cathy Dalton, one of the artists in a recent show Susan curated in the lobby of Theatre Orangeville. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Susan Reynolds

Nov 22, 2017

The Creative Curator

From left : Shirley Edgerton, Mary Flood, Carol Blackmere, Shirley White, Cathy Whitcombe, Rita Henkel, Robin Harmer, Helen Linton. Other members (not present here): Betsy Cornwell, Jill Cutter, Chris Cox, Barb Lyons and Dolleen Seto-Simon. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Gogo Grannies

Nov 22, 2017

Millions Of Grandchildren

John Wilson headed the development team that established and built the new clinic in Erin. Photo by Pete Paterson.

John Wilson

Nov 22, 2017

Community Health Champion

From left : Diane Johnston, Ida Cunningham, Carol Thompson, Bev Parker, Diane Woodward and Judy MacLeod. Other members (not present here): Elizabeth Bricker, Penny Squirrell, Joanne Kiser, Connie Walterhouse, Lois Metz, Ione Smith, Laura-Lynn Fulford, Sheila Klein, Trish McKibbon and AJ Cavey. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Quilts Of Valour – Dufferin

Nov 22, 2017

A Hug from the Nation

Ted Zarudny one of the driving forces getting Orangeville involved in the popular Communities in Bloom competition. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Ted Zarudny

Nov 22, 2017

Flower Power

Overall, the positive outweighs the negative. There is a sense of pride and optimism, even excitement, about the future in the now not-so-little town whose motto is, “A people place, a change of pace.” Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

Shelburne: A Town in Transition

Sep 16, 2017

According to Statistics Canada, Shelburne is Ontario’s fastest-growing town – and for residents old and new, that’s mostly a good thing.

Olive Pascal: “There’s some wisdom I like to live my life by – always assume someone is stupid rather than evil. They aren’t doing it on purpose. They’re doing it because they’re misinformed.” Photo by Pete Paterson.

Transgender in Headwaters

Jun 21, 2017

Olive Pascal shares her journey of growing up in Orangeville and coming out to her friends and family – and offers important advice for transgender kids and their parents.

Tess Routliffe, comeback kid. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Tess Routliffe

Nov 22, 2016

Comeback kid

Phil Dewar, cookin' up community. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Phil Dewar

Nov 22, 2016

Cookin’ up community

Janet Horner, the doer. Photo by Pete Paterson. Janet Horner, the doer. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Janet Horner

Nov 22, 2016

The doer

Debra Moore, cancer warrior on horseback. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Debra Moore

Nov 22, 2016

Cancer warrior on horseback

“YOU” Come Together

Nov 22, 2016

“YOU” and likely all of us are 2016 Local Heroes

Hundreds of truckloads of baled recycling materials are shipped out of the Peel Integrated Material Recovery Facility each week to industries who use them in manufacturing. Photo by Pete Paterson.

To Serve and Collect

Sep 16, 2016

An ode to the army who enables our green conscience and takes out the trash.

The Granddaddy of the Blue Box

Sep 16, 2016

The best thing about the blue box is how widely accepted the concept has become and it started right here in Ontario, Canada.

Moving mountains of blue bin contents at Peel’s Material Recovery Facility. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Peel Integrated Material Recovery Facility

Sep 16, 2016

Hundreds of truckloads of baled recycling materials are shipped out of the Peel Integrated Material Recovery Facility each week to industries who use them in manufacturing.

Anthony Jenkins – The Other Eye

Jun 20, 2016

Anthony Jenkins stages a retrospective of his caricatures of the famous and infamous – and finds a new fascination in the faces of the hills.

In The Hills is an independent, locally owned print and online magazine that has earned its reputation as the best-read, best-loved magazine in Headwaters.

The magazine is delivered to more than 40,000 homes and farms throughout Caledon, Erin, Dufferin, Orangeville and Creemore – up to double the circulation of any other local publication. And it is available to visitors at local inns, restaurants, specialty retail stores and other tourist locations.