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Bus trip to Casino Rama another huge success

July 12, 2017   ·   0 Comments

Tottenham resident Eva Bradley has spent the past 10 years of her life fundraising for local charities. This year, despite her own personal circumstances, Eva once again hosted a bus trip to Casino Rama, with proceeds benefitting the Our Town Food Bank (Tottenham/Beeton).

Plans for hospital redevelopment outlined at Mayor’s Breakfast

The annual Mayor’s Breakfast took place at the Gibson Centre for Arts & Culture in Alliston on June 15. The purpose of the Breakfast was to allow members of the community an up-close and personal experience with the Mayor of New Tecumseth, Rick Milne, and members of Town Council.

Alliston resident wins $100,000 Encore

  David Cameron of Alliston said yes to Encore (May 20, Ontario 49) and won $100,000. David matched six of the seven winning numbers on ...

Holy Family celebrates 25th Anniversary in Alliston

Holy Family Catholic Elementary School celebrated its 25th anniversary May 5, with a school-wide celebration that carried over through Saturday, May 6, into a community celebration. On May 5, during an assembly in the gymnasium, a time capsuled was opened, and the contents shared with students.

Town found not guilty in Ministry of Labour charge

The Town of New Tecumseth has been found not guilty following a Ministry of Labour charge following a June 20, 2014 accident in which Public ...

JAK Fund Washer Toss a lot of fun in Tottenham

The inaugural JAK Fund Washer Toss Tournament was held on Saturday March 25 at the Tottenham Community Fitness Centre to rave reviews. Forty-eight two-player teams came out to support the Justin Alexander Keogh (JAK) Fund, a not-for-profit organization that raises funds to aid teens and young adults in transition. The fund was started three years ago in memory of Justin Keogh, who at the age of 18, tragically lost his life in an automobile accident along with two other local teens.

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.

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