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Whose promise of Canada will be caught next?

Alliston resident and bronze medal Olympian, Deanne Rose, proudly shows what “The Promise of Canada” means to her. Charlotte Gray’s book The Promise of Canada is New Tecumseth Public Library’s (NTPL) One Book, One New Tecumseth 2017 selection. This renowned ...

‘Washer Toss’ fundraiser is planned by JAK Fund

Get your toss on! JAK Fund is hosting a washer toss tournament on Saturday, March 25 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Tottenham Community Fitness ...

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Great coffee, great cause! Donate your McCafé® loyalty cards to support local health care!

Eileen O’Connell, guest experience manager drops her McCafé® Loyalty Card into the donation box to support local health care and Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation. MacKinnon ...

Town to flick the switch in support of Earth Hour 2017

For the ninth consecutive year, the Town of New Tecumseth will join millions around the world on Saturday, March 25 by shutting down non-essential lighting ...

Mild February in New Tecumseth means higher-quality maple syrup

Good news for pancake, waffle, and French toast lovers! Kent Breedon, of Breedon’s Maple Syrup, says because of this year’s milder-than-normal February, maple syrup season has come earlier than it has in almost 20 years.

New Tecumseth 2017 Community Grant applications now being accepted

The application process for the Town of New Tecumseth’s 2017 Community Grant Program is now open and applications are being accepted until Friday, March 31, ...

Mild weather causing flooding concerns

The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority advises that mild temperatures are creating potentially hazardous conditions around rivers and streams. Last week’s rain and above-freezing temperatures melted ...

Tottenham students urged to ‘Push for Change’

Students at St. Thomas Aquinas High School gathered recently to do their part to keep Canadian youth off the streets.

Benefits policy still under fire at council

The debate over the extension of health benefits to retirees over 65 and members of council at Adjala-Tosorontio appears likely to continue. Council heard a delegation from two township residents at their last meeting, who asked for a complete chronology for the extension of the benefits since 1997 and the total costs of the benefits for each retired township employee and member of council to 2025.

Sports

Hornets capture division championship

The Alliston Junior C Hornets have captured the Carruthers Division championship of the Provincial Junior Hockey League with a 6-5 overtime win in game four of their final series against the Stayner Siskins.

STA Stingers claim CSASC championship

The St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School Stingers boys hockey team captured the Catholic School Athletics of Simcoe County A/AA championship with an overtime win over the Jean Vanier Catholic High School Storm on March 2, at the Tottenham Community Centre arena. The squad finished in third place in the regular season standings then managed to take a 4-2 win in their semi-final game to earn the right to go to the final.

Civics eliminate Meaford in preliminary round

The New Tecumseth Civics had advance to the quarter-final round of the Greater Metro Hockey League playoffs after elimination the Meaford Knights in three games during preliminary competition.

Tottenham Steam done for the season

The Tottenham Steam have been eliminated from the Greater Metro Hockey League after taking an 8-0 loss to Oshawa on Friday. The Steam ended the regular season with a 11-31 record placing them in the number 19 spot in the 22 team league.

911 News

OPP asking for public’s help with break-ins

On Feb. 23 at approximately 7:52 p.m., the Nottawasaga Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a report of a break and enter that ...

OPP investigate fatal collision with train

At approximately 4:15 pm, Wednesday March 1, members of the Nottawasaga Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), New Tecumseth Fire Department, Simcoe County Paramedics ...

Charges laid after teen driver avoids spot check

At approximately 12:15 a.m. Nov. 26, members of the Nottawasaga OPP Detachment were conducting a R.I.D.E. checkpoint on Industrial Parkway (Alliston). An approaching vehicle was directed ...

Is taking the “high” road a safe alternative to drinking and driving?

Last year (2015), the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) investigated 65 road collisions in which a drug-impaired driver was found to be the primary cause of ...

Serious injuries in two-car crash on Country Road 10

At approximately 5:55 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 15, members of the Nottawasaga Detachment, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), were called to the scene of a two car ...

Nottawasaga SIU invokes mandate after arrest

On Saturday, Nov. 5, at approximately 7:30 a.m., officers from the of Nottawasaga Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded  to a report of ...

Criminal charges laid in collision

At approximately 9:23 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 27, Nottawasaga OPP received a report of a two vehicle collision on County Road 10 (Tottenham Road) between the ...

Charges laid as horses euthanized

Police have laid charges after horses had to be euthanized. On Oct. members of the Nottawasaga OPP were called to attend a farm on the 5th ...

Mischievous activities in Alliston

During the evening hours of Wednesday, Oct. 12, members of the Nottawasaga OPP received complaints of three persons dressed as clowns, throwing eggs at passing cars ...

Beeton man charged after car fire in King Township

A Beeton man is facing charges following a car fire in King earlier this year. Investigators with the #1 District Criminal Investigations Bureau charged a ...

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