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COVID-19 assessment centre operational at Stevenson

On Monday, March 23, Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) opened a COVID-19 Assessment Centre in the lower parking lot (staff/shipping & receiving entrance). To start, the Centre will run three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4-8 p.m. ...

Banting Marauders meet OPP Civics in support of Stevenson Memorial Hospital

Hundreds of Banting Memorial High School students arrived at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre on Wednesday, March 11, to watch a hockey game between the ...

Simcoe County promoting diversity this month: #ITSTARTS campaign continues online

Residents throughout Simcoe County have been seeing increased diversity in their communities over the last decade. In response, the County created the #ITSTARTS Campaign in ...

New Tecumseth case tests positive for COVID-19

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter The Simcoe Muskoka Public Health Unit reported its 10th confirmed case of COVID-19 on Monday – a New Tecumseth women ...

Winter parking ban lifted by Council

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter New Tecumseth’s overnight winter parking ban was lifted by Council at last Monday’s meeting as more people return to ...

Pay it forward food program launches in New Tecumseth

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter A local woman is working hard to ensure town residents who face food insecurity can still access a warm, ...

COVID-19 spreads to Simcoe County

Two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Simcoe County. The first case is a man in his 70s at Royal Victoria Health Centre ...

New Tecumseth shuts down facilities in response to COVID-19

The Town of New Tecumseth is taking measures to prepare for COVID-19 as cases continue to grow rapidly across the province. “Obviously, this is impacting ...

“Red tape” stopping developers from building affordable housing

The Town of New Tecumseth continues to struggle with a lack of affordable housing, although county-wide efforts are taking place to reduce the gap. Simcoe ...

Domino’s Pizza Alliston supports local family, daughter diagnosed with cancer

By Wendy Gabrek Domino’s Pizza Alliston presented the funds from its February 26 fundraiser to the Wiens family on Friday, March 6 in support of ...

Tottenham to have better water next year: Mayor Milne

By Sam Odrowski By this time next year, residents of Tottenham will have a better water source. New Tecumseth Mayor Rick Milne said a $16 ...

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Jim Rutherford to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

By Wendy Gabrek Jim Rutherford of Beeton will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Rutherford has known about the induction since ...

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COVID-19 assessment centre operational at Stevenson

On Monday, March 23, Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) opened a COVID-19 Assessment Centre in the lower parking lot (staff/shipping & receiving entrance). To start, the ...

New Tecumseth case tests positive for COVID-19

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter The Simcoe Muskoka Public Health Unit reported its 10th confirmed case of COVID-19 on Monday – a New Tecumseth women ...

Winter parking ban lifted by Council

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter New Tecumseth’s overnight winter parking ban was lifted by Council at last Monday’s meeting as more people return to ...

Pay it forward food program launches in New Tecumseth

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter A local woman is working hard to ensure town residents who face food insecurity can still access a warm, ...

Banting Marauders meet OPP Civics in support of Stevenson Memorial Hospital

Hundreds of Banting Memorial High School students arrived at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre on Wednesday, March 11, to watch a hockey game between the ...

COVID-19 spreads to Simcoe County

Two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Simcoe County. The first case is a man in his 70s at Royal Victoria Health Centre ...

New Tecumseth shuts down facilities in response to COVID-19

The Town of New Tecumseth is taking measures to prepare for COVID-19 as cases continue to grow rapidly across the province. “Obviously, this is impacting ...

Simcoe County promoting diversity this month: #ITSTARTS campaign continues online

Residents throughout Simcoe County have been seeing increased diversity in their communities over the last decade. In response, the County created the #ITSTARTS Campaign in ...

“Red tape” stopping developers from building affordable housing

The Town of New Tecumseth continues to struggle with a lack of affordable housing, although county-wide efforts are taking place to reduce the gap. Simcoe ...

New Tottenham Library expected to open in June

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter In a few months, Tottenham residents can expect more from their local library. Construction for a brand new 5,200 ...

Domino’s Pizza Alliston supports local family, daughter diagnosed with cancer

By Wendy Gabrek Domino’s Pizza Alliston presented the funds from its February 26 fundraiser to the Wiens family on Friday, March 6 in support of ...

Local shelter hosts FUN-draiser in support of women and children in crisis

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, March 6, My Sister’s Place, the local women and children’s shelter, located in Alliston, hosted its annual Hats, Heels and ...

Tottenham to have better water next year: Mayor Milne

By Sam Odrowski By this time next year, residents of Tottenham will have a better water source. New Tecumseth Mayor Rick Milne said a $16 ...

“Toast the Irish” event in support of Terry Weatherup Memorial Scholarship Fund

By Wendy Gabrek The Everett Firefighters Association is hosing a dance in support of the Terry Weatherup Memorial Scholarship Fund, at the Everett Legion, on ...

Publicly-funded schools set to close for two weeks after March Break

Publicly-funded schools across Ontario will remain closed from March 14 through April 5 due to the impact of COVID-19. The announcement was made Thursday by ...

Former Loretto Ski and Board Shop destroyed in over night fire

By Brian Lockhart For people who have fond memories of skiing at the Loretto ski hills, the final exit for this once popular sports venue ...

Council officially denies the marijuana micro-cultivation facility

By Robert Belardi New Tecumseth Council officially denied the zoning by-law amendment that would permit a cannabis micro-cultivation facility on 11th Line. That doesn’t mean ...

Third-annual Seedy Saturday event coming to New Tecumseth

If you love gardening and have queries revolving around planting seeds, this might be the event for you. Beeton is welcoming the third annual Seedy ...

Hornets series tied at one after loss in Penetang

The Alliston Hornets’ semi-final series for the North Carruthers Division championships is tied at one after the Hornets gave up a 6 -3 loss on ...

Coldest Night of the Year Walk met with great response, local homeless shelter benefits

By Wendy Gabrek New Tecumseth’s inaugural Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser and walk took place in Alliston on Saturday, February 22. The Walk, benefitting ...

Hornets will meet Penetang in semi-final

By Brian Lockhart It’s going to be an Alliston Hornets / Penetang Kings match-up in the semi-final round of the Carruthers Division playoffs. The Hornets, ...

Welcome to Simcoe – Youthdale Riding Program gets support from 100 Women Who Care

By Wendy Gabrek The first meeting of 2020 for 100 Women Who Care New Tecumseth took place on Thursday, February 20 at the Gibson Centre ...

Hornets wrap up quarter-final series with Huntsville

The Alliston Hornets will move on to the semi-final round of the Carruthers Division championship after they eliminated the Huntsville Otters in a four-game sweep ...

Forests Ontario holds annual meeting at Nottawasaga Inn

It was all about trees at Forests Ontario’s Annual Conference held at the Nottawasaga Inn on Friday, February 14. The conference was attended by landowners, ...

One Step at a Time brings heart and humour to Gibson Centre

It’s a story most parents can relate to: a last-minute run to the local drug store to find that one outstanding item missing to care ...

Height reduction, future trails included in Beeton Station deal

A height reduction of main buildings and leaving the door open to a future public trail system are among the details hammered out related to ...

Coldest Night of the Year walk supports local shelter

By Wendy Gabrek The Coldest Night of the Year walk, supporting and hosted by Alliston Out of the Cold, will take place on February 22, ...

Hornets leading Huntsville 2 – 0 in quarter-final

By Brian Lockhart It didn’t take the Alliston Hornets very long to set the tone in their quarter-final Carruthers Division series against the Huntsville Otters. ...

Police recover pellet gun, take two students into custody

By Wendy Gabrek On Tuesday, February 4, at 1 p.m., students at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston were locked in classrooms and change rooms ...

Tec We Gwill celebrates 123rd Anniversary of Women’s Institute

By Wendy Gabrek The Tec We Gwill Women’s Institute – with members from Bradford West Gwillimbury and New Tecumseth – is celebrating the 123rd Anniversary ...

100 Women Who Care look ahead to 2020

By Wendy Gabrek In 2019, 100 Women Who Care New Tecumseth was born. The movement, based on a concept developed by Karen Dunigan of Jackson, ...

Local charities receive donations from Vince’s “Community Product Initiative”

Recipients of the Vince’s Market Community Product Initiative gathered at the new Sharon store to celebrate a successful 2019 campaign, and to receive significant contributions ...

Enjoy a sweet Valentine’s Day brunch at home while giving kids a helping hand

By Brock Weir What comes to mind when you think of a nice, cozy pair of pyjamas? Maybe it’s a warm morning at home on ...

Train collides with SUV in Alliston

On Friday, January 24, just before 11 a.m., a BMW SUV was struck by a freight train at the CP Rail crossing at Victoria Street ...

Mayor & Council New Year’s Levee continues a Canadian tradition

By Wendy Gabrek On Sunday, January 26, from noon until 3 p.m. the annual Mayor & Council New Year’s Levee took place at the New ...

STA students raise $6K, teachers wear student uniforms

By Wendy Gabrek On November 22, 2019, students from St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School (STA) participated in a Charity Hockey game against OPP officers ...

Robbie Burns, Scotland’s national poet, celebrated in New Tec

By Wendy Gabrek On Friday, January 24, a Robbie Burns Celebration was held at the Gibson Centre for Arts & Culture in Alliston in honour ...

Hornets winning streak snapped with loss to Orillia

By Brian Lockhart An 11-game winning streak ended for the Alliston Hornets when they travelled to Orillia to take on the Terriers on Saturday, January 25. ...

Boston Pizza Alliston donates $50K to hospital revitalization project

By Wendy Gabrek On January 15, Julia and Jeff Stubbs, owners of the Boston Pizza Alliston, donated a cheque for $50,000 to the Stevenson Memorial ...

Public elementary schools to close Monday as rotating strikes continue

Local public elementary schools are set to close in a one-day strike on Monday as rotating strikes across the Province continue. The Elementary Teachers Federation ...

Procyon Wildlife partners with NOVICA to help fund raise for local animal rehabilitation centre

By Wendy Gabrek Procyon Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Centre in Beeton, an organization working to preserve Ontario wildlife in its natural habitat, has partnered with ...

Hornets lead by 17 points after Friday home game

By Brian Lockhart With three games left on the regular season schedule, the Alliston Hornets are way out ahead in the North Carruthers Division of ...

“Psychic” Sensational Success at Blackhorse

A Review Blackhorse Village Players “Psychic” is a thrilling murder/mystery/comedy where characters team up and pull the wool over the audience’s eyes in a fascinating ...

ADHS rescues 60 animals from Tosorontio home, costs to exceed $10K

The Alliston & District Humane Society (ADHS) has taken more than 60 animals – including rabbits, cats, chickens, guinea pigs and one dog – into ...

Trillium Ford contest winner a deserving fan

When Trillium Ford Lincoln Ltd. (Alliston & Shelburne) ran its first annual “Ultimate Hockey Experience” contest, they had no idea the outcome of the draw ...

Big Brothers Big Sisters marks 50th anniversary with renewed mission

Big Brothers Big Sisters was founded on the principle of providing mentorship for boys and girls in need. This was the stated mission upon the ...

Mayor & Council Levee rescheduled due to weather

The Mayor & Council’s New Year’s Levee, previously slated to take place this past Sunday, will now take place next Sunday, January 26, from 12 ...

Rotary hosts 12th Night Celebration, mild weather draws hundreds

On Friday, January 3, at 6:30 p.m., the Rotary Club of Alliston hosted its annual 12th Night Celebration – Burning of the Green, at Riverdale ...

It’s a Girl! Lilah is first baby of the new decade

New Year’s Day will be even more special in the coming years for area residents Kathra Baker and Nial Bolton. Baker and Bolton welcomed their ...

Hornets have two home ice wins over the weekend

It was a fast-paced game Friday night at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre when the Alliston Hornets hosted the Stayner Siskins. Despite peppering the Stayner ...

Alliston Lions Club fulfills Christmas Hamper commitments with help from a generous community

By Wendy Gabrek The Alliston Lions Club collected non-perishable food items, new unwrapped toys and gift cards for teenagers for use in their annual Christmas ...

St. Thomas Aquinas hosts exhibition games on B-ball court

By Brian Lockhart St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School in Tottenham blended the Christmas spirit with the excitement of competition when they hosted two basketball ...

Trillium grant supports ‘Magic of Music’ program at local hospice

By Wendy Gabrek A $59,000 Ontario Trillium Foundation grant will support a new program at Matthews House Hospice in Alliston – called the “Magic of ...

50/50 CONTACT draw winner knew just what to do

By Wendy Gabrek Michael Feldman, Vice President, Board of Directors for CONTACT Community Services was pleased to present Gladys Stewart with $8665 just before Christmas. ...

Hornets deliver win in front of big hometown crowd

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets added another two points to their season total after a 7 – 3 win over the Penetang Kings during ...

Banting Memorial HS students host Christmas Marketplace

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, December 7, students at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston hosted a Christmas Marketplace in the cafeteria.  Student and community vendors promoted ...

Town hires independent firm to evaluate effectiveness of aeration of Tottenham tap water: ongoing studies needed

By Wendy Gabrek On December 12, The Town of New Tecumseth released a statement and document of findings provided by RV Anderson, the independent firm ...

Hornets win over Stayner after first period blitz

By Brian Lockhart It wasn’t the game fans were expecting when the first place Alliston Hornets hosted the second place Stayner Siskins at the New ...

Local family pledges $50K to hospital redevelopment

On Thursday, December 5, Bill and Kim Wray were on hand at Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) to present their pledge of $50,000 to the SMH ...

Tottenham Water: “We want clean water, and filtration at the source”

By Wendy Gabrek Members of the local group, Tottenham Water, held a meeting at the Tottenham Community & Fitness Centre on Tuesday, December 3 to ...

Alliston BIA hosts annual Christmas Crawl – and even Santa attends!

By Wendy Gabrek On the evening of Thursday, December 5, the Alliston Business Improvement Association (Alliston BIA) hosted its annual RURBAN Christmas Crawl in the ...

Alliston Lions Club hosts ‘Stuff a Cruiser’ success

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, December 7, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the Alliston Lions Club and the Nottawasaga Detachment of the OPP held ...

Fill The Bus food drive exceeds previous year

By Wendy Gabrek Firefighters from New Tecumseth Fire & Rescue Station 1 Alliston, along side volunteers from Landmark Bus Lines including drivers and managers, and ...

Banting students demonstrate for climate change action

By Brian Lockhart Over 100 students at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston traded their textbooks for protest signs during a lunchtime action in support ...

Simcoe County mayors wrap gifts in support of CONTACT

By Wendy Gabrek CONTACT Community Services will host its annual Gift Wrapping Fundraiser at the Tanger Outlet Mall, Cookstown from November 29th until December 24th. ...

Southlake Community Ontario Health Team gets green light from Province

Southlake Regional Health Centre’s ongoing efforts to provide more connected care for its patients in York Region and South Simcoe received a significant boost on ...

Sophia’s Magical Quest helps with mindset, and teaches life lessons at any age

Lisa Toste, a life coach and mindset expert usually works with “Wall Street-types” and hedge-fund millionaires helping them to make better choices and use a ...

OPP’s all–inclusive skate park wins the hearts of 100 Women Who Care

By Wendy Gabrek The fourth and final meeting for 2019 of 100 Women Who Care New Tecumseth took place last Thursday evening at the Gibson ...

Tottenham Water holding public meeting Tuesday

By Wendy Gabrek In response to questions that have arisen after a recent article published by the Toronto Star, the advocacy group, Tottenham Water, will ...

Flato Developments opens sales office for new community

By Brian Lockhart A new subdivision planned for Beeton was debuted during a grand opening at their sales office on Main Street in Beeton on ...

Tim Hortons supports local shelter with annual Smile Cookie Campaign

By Wendy Gabrek Tim Hortons Canada knows how to make you smile – twice. Once, when you purchase a Smile Cookie during the annual campaign ...

Tottenham’s water supply in focus at Ontario Legislature

The issue of contamination in Tottenham’s drinking water supply was in sharp focus at Queen’s Park on Monday morning. On November 18, following further damning ...

Five outstanding community members recognised during annual Hall of Fame event

Chosen by a selection committee that reviews nominations submitted by members of the community, this year’s inductees were chosen because they are “exemplary in their ...

McDonald’s Alliston celebrates grand re–opening

By Wendy Gabrek After closing for renovations just after Labour Day long weekend, with just the drive-thru remaining open in limited capacity from September 17th ...

Cookstown set to host Light Up Night

The Cookstown Light Up Night, as presented by the Cookstown & District Chamber of Commerce, will take place this Saturday, November 30. Welcome winter village ...

Five outstanding community members recognized during annual Hall of Fame event

By Wendy Gabrek Recently, five outstanding members of the community were inducted into the South Simcoe Hall of Fame. They are: Richard White, Michael Cook, ...

Hornets maintaining first place after win over Midland

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets added another two points to their total after a win over the Midland Flyers on Sunday night, November 10, ...

Jim Rutherford to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

By Wendy Gabrek Jim Rutherford of Beeton will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Rutherford has known about the induction since ...

Alliston Lions host first annual ‘Pumpkin Run’

By Wendy Gabrek What do you do with a pumpkin? You turn it into a Jack-O-Lantern. What do you do with a Jack-O-Lantern? Good question! ...

Hornets move into first place after weekend wins

It has been a wild ride in the Provincial Junior Hockey League over the past few weeks as the standings took a dramatic shift and ...

Express Bantams going to OFL championship

The TNT Express Bantam team will go to Brantford this weekend to play in the Ontario Football League fall championship game. Mel Mitchell Athletic Field ...

Nottawasaga Inn to host 36th annual Sugar Plum Fair

The Nottawasaga Resort is gearing up to host its 36th annual Sugar Plum Fair Craft Show on Saturday November 9 and Sunday November 10. The ...

Holiday cards will help warm serving soldiers’ hearts

This Monday, Canadians from coast to coast will pause at the eleventh hour to remember those who have fallen during wartime. As they do so, ...

Frightfully Fun Family Event was a BTBIA blast

The Beeton–Tottenham Business Improvement Association (BTBIA) hosted its 11th annual ‘Frightfully Fun Family Event’ along the main streets of Tottenham and Beeton on Saturday, October ...

Student vote largely reflects national results – but local students chose different colour

By Brock Weir Last Monday, Simcoe-Grey voters elected Conservative Terry Dowdall to the House of Commons, taking over the riding last held by Kellie Leitch. ...

Expanded “Coats for Kids” program benefits families in need

By Sharon Palmer On October 23, Donna Ramsay and Ed Chambers donated a van-load of new kids coats, boots, and snowsuits to the “Coats for ...

Red Velvet Cake War arrives at The Blackhorse Village Players

By Roxanne Thornton Come on down to the Blackhorse Village Players Theatre this November to get your taste of that good old family reunion. You ...

Dowdall wins Simcoe–Grey seat, despite Liberal Minority government

By Wendy Gabrek Terry Dowdall has been elected as Member of Parliament for Simcoe–Grey.  Elected on Monday, October 21, to the 43rd Canadian Parliament, Dowdall ...

One Book, One New Tecumseth, one Machine Without Horses

By Wendy Gabrek On Tuesday, October 15, Canadian author Helen Humphreys was in Alliston for the fifth annual New Tecumseth Public Library (NTPL) One Book, ...

Stevenson Memorial receives additional funding from Province

By Brock Weir Stevenson Memorial Hospital received a welcome boost from the Provincial Government last week, a share of an Ontario-wide $68 million investment to ...

Students press Federal candidates on climate change, tuition and affordability

By Kira Wronska Dorward On the morning of Tuesday, October 8, the students of Banting Memorial High School gathered in the school cafeteria to hear ...

SCHA honours Alliston potato farm and vodka distillery – Beattie’s wins again!

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, October 5, the Simcoe County Historical Association presented Ken Beattie, owner of Beattie’s Potato Farm and Distillery, with an SCHA Heritage Business ...

Meet the Candidates: Lorne Kenney, Liberal Party of Canada

In advance of the Federal election on October 21, The Times of New Tecumseth & Adjala–Tosorontio asked the four candidates running for the position of ...

SSAC hosts first Kids Comic-Con, aims to make the event an annual occasion

By Wendy Gabrek The South Simcoe Arts Council (SSAC) held its first ever Kids Comic-Con event at the Adjala–Tosorontio Municipal Office on Saturday, September 28. Organized by ...

Murphy’s Farm & Bakery hosts annual Fall Festival

By Wendy Gabrek Whether you’re looking for baked goods, freshly picked fruit and seasonal vegetables, or a fun day outside with the family, Murphy’s Farm & Bakery ...

Meet the Candidates: Terry Dowdall, Conservative

By Wendy Gabrek In advance of the Federal election on October 21, The Times of New Tecumseth & Adjala–Tosorontio asked the four candidates running for ...

Meet the Candidates: Sherri Jackson, Green Party of Canada

By Wendy Gabrek In advance of the October 21 Federal election, The Times of New Tecumseth & Adjala–Tosorontio asked the four candidates running for the ...

St. Thomas Aquinas raises thousands for Terry Fox Run

By Leila CiulloLeadership StudentSt. Thomas Aquinas CHS St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School in Tottenham held its annual Terry Fox Run on Thursday, September 26. ...

Tottenham Lions support Simcoe Manor bus fund, offer workshops for seniors

By Wendy Gabrek On Friday, September 27, members of the Tottenham Lions Club Inc. presented the Simcoe Manor with a cheque for $3001.23. The proceeds, raised during ...

Heritage forest protected forever in Beeton

By Wendy Gabrek A 108-acre section of forest just outside of Beeton has been converted into a Nature Reserve through donated by the Town of New Tecumseth ...

Sports

Hornets win back to back weekend games

It didn’t take the Alliston Junior C Hornets long to set the tone of their Friday (Oct. 6) night home game against the Orillia Terriers. At the end of the first period the Alliston team was leading 6-0.

Steam take win over North York

The Tottenham Steam won their fourth game of the season when they hosted the North York Renegades on Saturday (Sept. 30) night at the Tottenham Community Centre arena. North York came to Saturday’s game with a 4-3 record and both teams were trying to get the two points to move up in the standings.

Hornets double down over Schomberg

The Alliston Junior C Hornets are undefeated in four games to start the season after back-to-back wins over the Schomberg Cougars. The teams met up on Schomberg home ice on Thursday (Sept. 21).

Minor peewee AEs return with victory

  The wait was over. The much anticipated return of the mighty minor peewee AE from TNT was finally here. The team travelled to the ...

Alliston Hornets opener nets first win

The Alliston Junior C Hornets are back on the ice for the 2017/18. Things got under way Friday (Sept. 15) night when the Alliston squad hosted the Huntsville Otters at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre.

Organization receives $5,000 donation from The Nottawasaga Foundation

The Nottawasaga Foundation presented a cheque for $5,000 to Help The Kids Play (HTPK). HTPK is a community based organization that has been operating in the Tottenham, Beeton and surrounding areas since 2007 with the mandate to provide children with the funding to participate in a recreational activity, outside of regular school and home environments, where their parents / guardians are unable to do so.

Heritage Celebration brings players home

Looking around a packed room full of local residents, former residents, family and friends, it’s easy to see the impact that growing up in Beeton had on many people – especially those that were, and are a part of the town’s rich sports history. The Aug. 20 Beeton Heritage Celebration took place in the upstairs hall of the Community Centre and it was standing room only by the time everyone arrived.

911 News

Tottenham man arrested in Feed Mill arson

  In the early morning hours of Aug. 19, 2016, members of the Nottawasaga Detachment, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), were called to the scene of ...

Arrested at Potato Fest.

Members of the Nottawasaga Detachment of the OPP arrested a male who was fighting with a security officer at the Potato Festival Saturday, August 12, ...

Adj–Tos resident charged for drugs and a weapon

On Wednesday August 9th, at 8:30 a.m., as part of an on-going joint investigation, members of the Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, Grey-Bruce Community Street Crime ...

Motorcyclists terrorize on 400 series highways

On Sunday, August 6, between 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., the OPP Highway Safety Division received numerous complaints of a large group of motorcycles traveling ...

Alliston man charged with “Fail to Remain”

On Sunday, July 30, at approximately 9:54 p.m., officers from the Caledon OPP were dispatched to a collision on Caledon King Townline S, south of ...

“Move Over” charges double

For the second consecutive year, the OPP is reporting one of the highest numbers of charges laid in recent history against drivers who failed to ...

Guide Light embraced in King, proven to save lives

A close-knit community looks after its own. That sentiment is behind a project supported by fire departments in York Region. The Guide Light program aims to ensure that every senior, living independently in their own home, is taken care of.

Health and Wellness

Worrod Memorial golf tourney raises $18.5K

The 10th Annual Michael Worrod Memorial Golf Tournament, held in July at Glen Eagle Golf Course, raised an amazing $18,500. “We are so thankful and ...

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