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On the road to a revitalized hospital

September 27, 2017   ·   0 Comments

  Representatives of the Nottawasaga Foundation, including founder and chair, Lou Biffis, presented a cheque for $100,000 to the Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation board of ...

Derby a crowd-pleaser at Fair

  New Tecumseth Fire was on the job at the demolition derby Sunday at the Beeton Fall Fair. Local firefighters assisted Ashley Martin getting out ...

Vince’s Market opens Tottenham location Friday

  Vince’s Market, after two years of investing in company infrastructure and team building, will open their 4th store in Tottenham Friday. The family owned ...

Hornets win their own pre-season tournament

They did it again. The Alliston Hornets won the pre-season Junior C tournament they host every year at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre.

Tottenham Terry Fox Run Sept. 17

  The 2017 Terry Fox Run will take place in Tottenham from 8 a.m. to noon at F.X. O’Reilly School Queen Street North, (Just north ...

Beeton Fall Fair marks its 161st anniversary, celebrates ‘fun on the farm’

  The Beeton Fall Fair celebrates “Fun on the Farm!” Join the Beeton & District Agricultural Society as they celebrate the 161st anniversary of the ...

Lou Biffis receives Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice Cross Medal

  Lou Biffis, the president and founder of the Nottawasaga Resort, received the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice Cross Medal which was issued by the Holy ...

Ice Cream fundraiser supports community members with intellectual disabilities

Alliston’s Cool Moose Creamery hosted its tenth annual “Ice Cream Block Party” benefitting CLASS (Community Living Association of South Simcoe), on Wednesday, Aug. 30. During the event, a portion of the proceeds from every ice cream sold was donated to CLASS, a local organization that supports people with intellectual disabilities.

Domino’s delivers cheque

  Domino’s Pizza Alliston owners, Matt Bolton and Rob Hiltz, present the proceeds from “All Day for Jordyn,” held Aug. 9, to the Andrews family in ...

Meet Your Neighbour Picnic a sunny success

Ward 6 Beeton councillor Richard Norcross flips burgers like a pro with help from Gord Babcock, and Town of New Tecumseth mayor, Rick Milne.   ...

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