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Shoppers fill the downtown for the annual Rurban Christmas Crawl

November 16, 2018   ·   0 Comments

By Wendy Gabrek   The Alliston Business Improvement Association hosted its annual Rurban Christmas Crawl on Thursday, November 8. Participating stores in the downtown core ...

Hornets pick up another four points over the weekend

By Brian Lockhart   It was a three-game weekend for the Alliston Hornets with two home game and one on the road. On Friday, November ...

Horan & Associates celebrates grand re-opening in Tottenham

By Wendy Gabrek   The new retail space located at the 3rd Line and Tottenham Road is quickly filling with new and expanding local business. ...

Wilson resigns from cabinet, Progressive Conservatives leaving questions swirling

By Brock Weir   Less than five months after seeking re-election as MPP for Simcoe-Grey, Jim Wilson tendered his resignation from the Provincial Cabinet and ...

Grannies sale raises $5K for families impacted by HIV/AIDS

By Wendy Gabrek   Grandmothers Embrace, the local chapter of the Stephen Lewis Grandmothers to Grandmothers organization, held its annual Jewellery Sale at St. John ...

Haunted Hallowe’en Adventure at the Steam Train

By Wendy Gabrek   The South Simcoe Railway hosted its annual Haunted Hallowe’en Adventure on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26. Dressed in their ...

Young couple loses everything in online scam

By Wendy Gabrek   Two 19-year-olds from Alliston have been swindled out of their live savings. The couple, Taylor Basque and Thomas Murray, both full-time ...

Mayor Rick Milne speaks out on the new term of council, and his thoughts on the election

By Wendy Gabrek   Mayor Elect, Mr. Rick Milne, speaks to Times’ readers on the 2018 Municipal Election, the results and what’s next. We asked, ...

“Putting price on pollution gives money back to citizens,” says Finance Minister

By Brock Weir   Putting a price on pollution will give money back to citizens, according to Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau. Mr. Morneau brought ...

New Tecumseth elects 2018–2022 council, voter turnout low

By Wendy Gabrek   The results are in and the Town of New Tecumseth has elected its new council – to be led by incumbent ...

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