December 2019 Archive

Dickens’ A Christmas Carol read by celebrities in Tottenham

By Wendy Gabrek On Sunday, December 8, Tottenham’s Anglican Church of the Evangelists set the stage for the annual “Celebrity Dramatic Reading of Dickens’ Christmas ...

Banting Memorial HS students host Christmas Marketplace

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, December 7, students at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston hosted a Christmas Marketplace in the cafeteria.  Student and community vendors promoted ...

Town hires independent firm to evaluate effectiveness of aeration of Tottenham tap water: ongoing studies needed

By Wendy Gabrek On December 12, The Town of New Tecumseth released a statement and document of findings provided by RV Anderson, the independent firm ...

Hornets win over Stayner after first period blitz

By Brian Lockhart It wasn’t the game fans were expecting when the first place Alliston Hornets hosted the second place Stayner Siskins at the New ...

Local family pledges $50K to hospital redevelopment

On Thursday, December 5, Bill and Kim Wray were on hand at Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) to present their pledge of $50,000 to the SMH ...

Tottenham Water: “We want clean water, and filtration at the source”

By Wendy Gabrek Members of the local group, Tottenham Water, held a meeting at the Tottenham Community & Fitness Centre on Tuesday, December 3 to ...

Alliston BIA hosts annual Christmas Crawl – and even Santa attends!

By Wendy Gabrek On the evening of Thursday, December 5, the Alliston Business Improvement Association (Alliston BIA) hosted its annual RURBAN Christmas Crawl in the ...

Alliston Lions Club hosts ‘Stuff a Cruiser’ success

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, December 7, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the Alliston Lions Club and the Nottawasaga Detachment of the OPP held ...

Fill The Bus food drive exceeds previous year

By Wendy Gabrek Firefighters from New Tecumseth Fire & Rescue Station 1 Alliston, along side volunteers from Landmark Bus Lines including drivers and managers, and ...

Banting students demonstrate for climate change action

By Brian Lockhart Over 100 students at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston traded their textbooks for protest signs during a lunchtime action in support ...

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