June 2019 Archive

Alliston bakery wins Best Butter Tart, business has never been sweeter

By Wendy Gabrek Best. Butter Tart. Ever. Carriage House Bakery of Alliston has perfected the recipe for the best butter tarts in Ontario, and people ...

Don’t worry, they’ve Goat Your Back

By Wendy Gabrek Yoga with goats? Why not! Goat Your Back Yoga, located at 1797 10th Sideroad in Tottenham, is owned by long time friends Tabitha Carloni ...

Council’s Integrity Commissioner settles three Code of Conduct complaints

By Kira Wronska Dorward New Tecumseth Integrity Commissioner Meaghan Barett was present in spirit at the June 24 Committee of the Whole Meeting. Pursuant to ...

MP Kellie Leitch celebrated by supporters at farewell party

By Brock Weir Outgoing Simcoe-Grey MP Dr. Kellie Leitch was celebrated by local supporters Saturday at a “retirement” party in Creemore. Dr. Leitch, who has ...

Bluegrass Festival met with sunshine, filled with song

By Wendy Gabrek The 36th Annual Tottenham Bluegrass Festival took place over the June 14–16 weekend in the natural amphitheater of the Conservation Area, drawing ...

Have you “herd” about Sheldon Creek Dairy’s Day on the Farm?

By Wendy Gabrek The 8th annual Sheldon Creek Dairy “Day on the Farm” took place in Loretto on Saturday, June 15. Thousands of people flocked ...

Kevin Lord Memorial Foundation’s Golf Classic raises thousands for kids

The Kevin Lord Memorial Foundation 13th annual Spring Classic Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, May 25 at Bear Creek Golf Club. This year, 116 ...

Stevenson Memorial Hospital receives $1 million for Intensive Care Unit

Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) has received funding from the Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) to support the creation of a Level 2 ICU. In ...

Mental Health in Motion sets $275,000 fundraising goal for local programs

By Brock Weir The local chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association will mark its first century in our community by lacing up and pumping ...

Alliston Ribfest cancelled, Home Hardware picks up the slack

By Wendy Gabrek Although the second annual Alliston Ribfest was cancelled over the June 7–9 weekend, Alliston Home Hardware stepped in to ensure residents could ...

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