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Town collecting data on number of impacted properties following rainfall

July 7, 2017   ·   0 Comments

The Town of New Tecumseth has reached out to the Province of Ontario to inquire about any potential funding programs that may be available to ...

Flato Developments delivers big boost to Stevenson

Flato Developments Inc. recently joined Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation board members to present them with the first installment of their generous $50,000 pledge towards the Transforming Stevenson Campaign.

Heavy rains cause flooding, road closures

The heavy rain experienced in the area recently resulted in residential flooding and road closures in New Tecumseth. The amount of rainfall is unprecedented. On Friday, several roads reported very high water levels and many were closed.

Express Bantams suffer loss to Orangeville

The TNT Express Bantam team had a good showing in Sunday’s (June 4) game against the Orangeville Outlaws, but an early lead by the visitors put the Express behind and they couldn’t make up the difference later in the game.

Official opening and naming for Ruthven Park

The Town of New Tecumseth, together with HBNG Holborn Group, officially opened and named Ruthven Park May 29. Ruthven Park, located at 233 Church St. N. is an innovative park, designed by Landscape Planning, Landscape Architects and Town of New Tecumseth staff and developed by HBNG Holborn Group to fulfill the Town's recreation needs.

Athletics split double header in opening games

After an opening week that had more rain than sun and caused the postponement of quite a few games the North Dufferin Baseball League is starting to get their opening outings in the record books.

Council votes to bring down old Tottenham water tower

A familiar site of the Tottenham skyline could soon be disappearing. New Tecumseth council has voted in favour of demolishing the old Tottenham water tower. The decision came during a May 1 session after an engineering report found it would cost nearly $500,000 to repair the tower.

Concert for Ashlie Drake a sold-out success

A benefit concert for Ashlie Drake was held at St. John’s United Church in Alliston and the public responded in droves. The event featured six local musical artists, and was a sold-out affair, held on behalf of Ashlie Drake and her family.

Premier visits Alliston hospice

Premier Kathleen Wynne was in Alliston last Thursday morning (April 6) for a tour of Matthews House Hospice (MHH). Wynne toured the Community Hospice on ...

New Tecumseth donates war memorial benches to the Town’s three Royal Canadian Legions

The Town of New Tecumseth has donated war memorial benches to the three Royal Canadian Legions, Alliston Branch 171, Beeton Branch 421 and Tottenham Branch ...

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