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Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2022

The Town of Tillsonburg was well represented at the Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA) conference in Toronto last week (April 10-13). The Town’s delegration included Mayor Stephen Molnar, Deputy Mayor Dave Beres and Kyle Pratt, chief administrative officer. Other staff in attendance included Carlos Reyes, director of operations, and Richard Sparham, manager of public works.

The annual conference brings together municipalities from across Ontario and provides an opportunity...

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Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Yesterday T:GO Transit introduced a new schedule and several new stops to better serve riders on its in-town routes.

“We’ve added new stops along Tillson Ave, North Street, Quarter Town Line and Concession Street West, as well as adjusted the schedule to provide on-time arrival for Glendale High School students,” explains Transit Coordinator Ashley Taylor.

“T:GO is a vital service for many people in our community, helping them get to work, medical appointments...
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Posted Tuesday, March 08, 2022

An early morning apartment fire has displaced residents of an apartment building located at 195 Lisgar Avenue.

Tillsonburg Fire and Rescue Services were notified of the fire by an alarm company, and arrived on scene shortly after 7:00 a.m. to find a fourth floor apartment fully involved. Firefighters from Norfolk County Station 6 (Courtland) and Southwest Oxford Station 1 (Brownsville) and Station 2 (Mount Elgin) were dispatched to assist.

“When crews arrived, residents were...
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Posted Wednesday, March 02, 2022

The Town of Tillsonburg is celebrating 150 years of incorporation today with a special cake-cutting ceremony in the Tillsonburg Town Centre Mall beginning at 12:30 p.m.

“March 2nd is a momentous day for our community,” says Mayor Stephen Molnar. “It was 150 years ago today that a bill to incorporate the Town of Tillsonburg was given Royal Assent and passed into law, effectively putting in place a governance structure that continues to this day.”

 “A...
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Posted Friday, February 25, 2022

Sam Lamb

Town recognizes the passing of former councillor Sam Lamb

Tillsonburg, ON - Flags at Town of Tillsonburg facilities will be flying at half-mast beginning today in recognition of the passing of former Town of Tillsonburg councillor Sam Lamb.

Lamb was elected to municipal council in 1992 and stayed in the role for almost two decades. He was also recognized as Tillsonburg’s Citizen of the Year in 2013.

Born in 1927 in Springfield, just west of Tillsonburg, Lamb was the youngest...
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