January 2016 Archive

New members welcomed to CRIC

The Community Recreation and Improvement Committee (CRIC) is excited to welcome three new members to the team: Alan Lacey, Lindsay Shearer and Tracy Ross. All are eager to set positive examples for their children and play active rolls within the community of Tottenham, a place they proudly call home.

BTBIA hosts its AGM

The Beeton-Tottenham Business Improvement Association (BTBIA) held its Annual General Meeting at the D.A. Jones branch of the New Tecumseth Public Library Jan. 20.

Three games left in regular season for Hornets

The Georgian Mid Ontario Hockey League is wrapping up the regular season schedule and the Alliston Junior C Hornets will easily win the season.

Steam blank Bradford 5-0

The Tottenham Steam have now moved into first place in the Central Division standings of the Greater Metro Hockey League with a 5-0 shutout win over the Bradford Bulls Saturday (Jan. 23) night at the Tottenham Community Centre area.

Beeton man urges council to replace 9th Line bridge over CPR tracks

Gary Coleman of Beeton used more than the allowable seven minutes to plead his case, regarding improvements to the 9th Line at the Canada Pacific Railway (CPR) tracks intersection, during last week’s council meeting.

Briway boosts hospice

  Briway Carriers of Alliston recently donated a cheque for $5,000 to Matthews House Hospice. Briway Carriers Inc. has been family owned and operated since ...

Muzzo to plead guilty in fatal accident

The fate of King’s Marco Muzzo will be in the hands of a judge next month as he plans to plead guilty in the charges relating to the deaths of three children and their grandfather.

Developer wants to increase Everett development by 35 per cent

The new owners of a development planned for the northeastern part of Everett want to increase the number of homes in the former R. & M. Homes property by 35 per cent.

Breakthrough medical device debuts in Alliston

An Alliston physician is poised to make history, and introduce a revolutionary device to help those with back ailments.

Farewell, and thank you!

Last week’s paper (Jan. 14) was my final edition as editor of this newspaper. I have chosen to step down from my position at The Times to pursue a different career path in marketing.

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