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Jeff Rollings

Jeff Rollings is a freelance writer living in Caledon.

Local Heroes 2015

Nov 25, 2015

They inspire the best in us, and for their work we can all be thankful.

Ingrid Sproxton

Ingrid Sproxton

Nov 25, 2015

Ingrid is a lifelong learner who went back to school part time to earn a business degree at age 50.

Mary Rose, Dufferin’s Irish Rose. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Mary Rose

Nov 25, 2015

“I hesitate to say I did anything. It has to be all of council working together.”

Jim Lorriman... call him a craftsman. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Jim Lorriman

Nov 25, 2015

The single most important thing I wish to accomplish – is to encourage artists and craftspeople to preserve their craft by making videos spelling out the intricacies of their talent.

Gail Prussky and Satchmo in her Mono studio. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

Gail Prussky How not to be a Serial Killer

Sep 11, 2015

The unhinged imagination of Gail Prussky

Childhood of a Galactic Metropolis: NASA Earth Observatory image by Robert Simmon.

Places to Grow turns 10

Jun 16, 2015

The Growth Plan was an attempt to rein in the low-density sprawl that was a signature of development in the 1980s and 1990s.

“If I feel like I’m mastering something, then it means it’s time to challenge myself again and do something new,” says novelist-turned-playwright Trevor Cole. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Bill’s Glorious Comeback

Mar 23, 2015

With Norman Bray in the Performance of His Life, Trevor Cole brings his 
first novel to the stage, 
and brings his father Bill Cole back to Headwaters.

Over her more than 35 years in health care, Ronnie (Veronica) Inglis touched many lives. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Local Heroes 2014

Nov 17, 2014

Helen Keller wrote, “Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.” If there’s a theme to this year’s Local Heroes, it’s the act of reaching out.

Scotiabank Party Girls Hilda Cartwright, Danila Maric and Lucy Sanzo. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Scotiabank Team Community Program

Nov 17, 2014

If you’ve ever dreamed of making off with all the money at the bank, these people are for you. They’ve got the perfect cover too – it’s an inside job.

Laura Jotham and Watson

Laura Jotham and Watson

Nov 17, 2014

It’s Watson’s day off. He is so happy to greet visitors that his exuberant wagging sweeps everything off a shelf by the front door – before he leans in hard for a cuddle with the newcomer.

Harvey Self

Nov 17, 2014

Reverend Harvey Self is a warm, upbeat man with an intense gaze and finely tuned listening skills. As minister of Tweedsmuir Memorial Presbyterian Church in Orangeville, he employs these traits – and more – to deliver what he calls a “ministry of the present.”

Bike Buddies Colin McArthur and Ted Forrest. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Ted Forrest

Nov 17, 2014

Nothing is more calming for the soul than the feeling of the sun on your face and the sights, sounds and smells of a trip along a trail.

Bob Burnside says, “I’m always optimistic. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Bob Burnside

Nov 17, 2014

Bob Burnside says, “I’m always optimistic. I always think the next person I meet will be my best friend; I always think the deal will go well.”

Gerelyn Tabsing, Travis Grist, Kathy Bloomfield, Paul Rutledge, Rumina Morris, John Franklin (deceased).

Headwaters Human Library Books

Nov 17, 2014

For people who serve as “books” in the Headwaters Human Library, the courage to talk openly about the differences among us is second nature.

Over her more than 35 years in health care, Ronnie (Veronica) Inglis touched many lives. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Ronnie Inglis

Nov 17, 2014

Over her more than 35 years in health care, Ronnie (Veronica) Inglis touched many lives. And today, her impact and leadership are as strong as ever.

The Need for Speed

Jun 17, 2014

We’ve been hearing about rural broadband for more than a decade. So where is it?

Wes Keller, Intrepid Reporter

Mar 24, 2014

Wes can smell a story a kilometre away, and rain or shine he’ll be on the news scene.

Behind the Pages

Nov 19, 2013

As part of our 20th anniversary celebrations, we’ll feature profiles of those who make up the In The Hills family.

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.