July 2019 Archive

Let there be light, and baseball at night

By Wendy Gabrek New Tecumseth residents, working together under the group name ‘Light it Up!’, are fundraising to install additional lighting at the Coventry Park ...

Council offers support of local transit projects

By Kira Wronska Dorward The July 15 Committee of the Whole Working Session illuminated some long-anticipated developments on a public transportation system in the Town ...

Matthews House celebrates first anniversary in new centre of excellence

By Wendy Gabrek Matthews House Hospice celebrated its first anniversary last Thursday, July 11, at its new centre for excellence located at 13 Wellington Street ...

Many Hands, Doing Good marks first year of giving following Neville-Lake tragedy

By Brock Weir A name, a number, and maybe a logo or two. That’s what’s on the backs of your average baseball player when they ...

McKeown St. residents pleased with solution

By Kira Wronska Dorward In a follow up to the McKeown Street deputation at the previous Council meeting on June 24, Alan Masters was once ...

Many Hands Build a Community – TCW rules!

By Wendy Gabrek The annual – and highly anticipated – Tottenham Community Week took place between July 1 and 7, 2019. Tottenham Community Week is ...

New Tec Awards presented during Canada Day celebrations, five honoured

By Wendy Gabrek The Town of New Tecumseth recognized five outstanding citizens for their contributions to the community during Canada Day celebrations at the New ...

Residents tee’d off at noise exemption request

By Kira Wronska Dorward At July 8’s Council meeting, an issue arising from a bylaw was discussed at great length among the public, interested parties, ...

Barn Project leads to call to action to save farming heritage before it’s too late

By Wendy Gabrek The official unveiling of the Adj–Tos Barn Project, featuring photographs of farm structures throughout the region, took place at the Adjala–Tosorontio Municipal ...

Women’s Institute helps Simcoe Manor ‘Give a Lift’

By Wendy Gabrek On Monday, June 24, Simcoe Manor in Beeton was presented with a donation of $1,000 from the Tec-We-Gwill Women’s Institute. The WI ...

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