September 2020 Archive

Farmers’ Market vendors gear up for fall and winter

It’s an easy question followed by a complicated answer. What’s the next step for vendors at the Alliston B.I.A Farmer’s Market as they prepare for ...

Midwifery services and at-home birth on the rise in Alliston

Fewer people are visiting hospitals in-person, including expecting mothers, since the start of the pandemic While hospitals follow strict protocols to keep patients and staff ...

Faris Team celebrates grand opening of new office in Alliston

After 13 years of service in New Tecumseth, the Faris Team now officially has a presence in Alliston. The family-owned real estate agency celebrated its ...

New Roads and Neal Brothers raise $30,000 for Southlake

By the middle of spring, countless signs dotted lawns across our community thanking frontline workers for their efforts in keeping us safe, healthy and fed ...

Screen your children each day before school for COVID symptoms: SMDHU

Many students in Simcoe County return to school this week and the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is urging parents to screen their kids each ...

Return to Play plan in place for minor hockey

After months of uncertainty, minor hockey associations are putting together a return-to-play plan to get players back out on the ice for the 2020/21 season. ...

Ontario Soccer issues Return to Play guide

Ontario Soccer, the governing body of the sport in Ontario, has modified its Return to Play guide with the latest release coming out on September ...

Smile Cookie Campaign comes to Beeton

The first ever Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign fundraiser is coming to Beeton this year, from September 14 to 21. The coffee shop opened on ...

SMDHU looks at negative impacts of COVID-19 related restrictions

A report was recently released by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) looking at the harmful impacts of COVID-19 related control measures put in ...

Council to explore different opportunities at property slated for new Admin Centre

New Tecumseth Council is creating a sub-committee to undertake visioning exercises at the former Alliston Union Public School (25 Albert St. W). The property was ...

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