August 2020 Archive

Redevelopment at Simcoe Manor slated for completion in 2024

There’s a strong demand for seniors housing in Simcoe County and a $177 million redevelopment to Simcoe Manor in Beeton is projecting 160 new long-term ...

Council to reinvestigate whistle cessation at 3rd Line crossing in Tottenham

Town of New Tecumseth staff is reinvestigating the cost and feasibility of a whistle cessation along the 3rd Line CP Rail Crossing in Tottenham, following ...

Local charities to receive annual donation from Bailey Creek Farms

Five local charities are once again receiving a much-needed boost in funding this fall from a local pumpkin farmer who understands the importance of community. ...

Simcoe Muskoka to hire 20 additional nurses for return to school

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) is currently working with school boards in the region to reduce risks in the classroom this September. The ...

Alliston woman rediscovers passion for fine art with pet portraits

An Alliston woman recently reignited her fire for artistic creation in the form of acrylic and oil animal portraits. Luanne Turner has always gravitated towards ...

Town Administration Centre now open for some walk-in services

The Town of New Tecumseth’s Administration Centre has reopened its doors to the public for certain walk-in services, available through its customer service team. These ...

New Tecumseth records new COVID-19 case, bringing monthly total to 2

A New Tecumseth resident was confirmed to have COVID-19 on August 21 by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit. It’s the second recorded case in ...

Mini dog festival is coming to Tottenham in early September

Dog owners in Tottenham and the surrounding area are getting the chance to cheer them on at the Dog Lover Days lure course on September ...

Everett ball player glad to be on the diamond

The baseball diamond at the Tottenham Community Centre is getting some good use this summer, even if most of the teams calling it home are ...

Hornets season delayed until at least December

Junior C fans won’t be filing into the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre to see the popular Alliston Hornets any time soon. The regular season usually ...

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