After reflecting on 30 years of producing In The Hills, editor Signe Ball believes that what holds our community together is the willingness of people to care for other people.
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As a student of mysticism and esoteric philosophy, artist CJ Shelton’s works reflect her love of the archetypal realm.
Fire & Ice at the Alton Mill, The Nutcracker live on stage, and lots of holiday markets will keep you busy this winter.
Veteran writer Dan Needles laments the loss of printed news while pondering the future of journalism.
Holiday cookies, festive tipples and tasty local gifts make it easy to eat, drink and be merry this season.
Meticulously applied lines of jet-black ink are a defining feature of the fanciful works of this Orangeville artist.
Cozy crochet blankets, handmade ornaments and lusty lumberjacks are just some of the unique items made by our local artisans this gift giving season.
How to prep your home, car – and psyche – for winter storm season and its inevitable hydro outages.
Rapinder Kaur built a therapy practice around encouraging children, and adults, to listen to the wisdom of their inner artists.
Stroll on scenic boardwalks, lush forest trails and dams while spotting lots of local wildlife at Island Lake Conservation Area.
An accidental discovery teaches an important life lesson, that knowing too much can spoil all the fun.
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