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Alliston first responder shares her career path during National Paramedic Week

It’s National Paramedic Week from May 24-30 and the occupation is being celebrated throughout Simcoe County. Alliston based paramedic of eight years Laura Sperdutti told The Times working in the field has been an incredibly rewarding and gratifying experience. She ...

Nottawasaga Futures to distribute $1 million to local businesses in need

The Federal government has rolled out a number of programs to support businesses financially during the COVID-19 pandemic, but many are still falling through the ...

Music in the Park silenced this summer

The bandshell at Keogh Park in Tottenham won’t be getting much use this summer. A popular place to spend a Sunday, the park has been ...

Tottenham artist empowers women through ‘Think Pink Welding’

A local woman is inspiring fellow females to follow their passions through her welded artwork and successful business. Daniela Torelli of Tottenham, who’s a member ...

Data shows COVID-19’s much more prevalent and less deadly than previously thought

As studies reveal COVID-19’s prevalence is exponentially more common than what was originally captured through conventional tests, Canadian health officials say this demonstrates the importance ...

First “summer” event of 2020: RURBAN Farmers Market in Alliston

With the weather warming up, many Ontarians who have been obeying the Provincial government’s stay-at-home orders are eager to get outside and enjoy the sun. ...

New Tecumseth libraries launch curbside pickup

Bookworms throughout New Tecumseth rejoice! All three of the Town’s library branches introduced curbside pickup on Monday, allowing readers to check out physical books for ...

New “Virtual Visits” program launches at Stevenson

In the era of COVID-19 many institutions and organizations are adapting how they operate to be in compliance with rapidly changing government regulations. Stevenson Memorial ...

Parents left wondering how to collect kid’s belongings from closed schools

Premier Doug Ford announced last week that schools won’t reopen in June, leaving many parents wondering how they can safely get their child’s belongings out ...

Hornets forward Gillis-McAnulty keeping fit during hockey shut-down

After seeing the season come to an abrupt end this year, Alliston Hornets players are doing what they can to keep in shape until they ...

Tottenham family’s struggle has parallels with COVID crisis: Mom

As COVID-19 numbers decline and Ontario embarks on the first stage of its reopening plan, millions are optimistic about a return to normal life. But ...

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Jim Rutherford to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame

By Wendy Gabrek Jim Rutherford of Beeton will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Rutherford has known about the induction since ...

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Alliston first responder shares her career path during National Paramedic Week

It’s National Paramedic Week from May 24-30 and the occupation is being celebrated throughout Simcoe County. Alliston based paramedic of eight years Laura Sperdutti told ...

Tottenham artist empowers women through ‘Think Pink Welding’

A local woman is inspiring fellow females to follow their passions through her welded artwork and successful business. Daniela Torelli of Tottenham, who’s a member ...

Data shows COVID-19’s much more prevalent and less deadly than previously thought

As studies reveal COVID-19’s prevalence is exponentially more common than what was originally captured through conventional tests, Canadian health officials say this demonstrates the importance ...

First “summer” event of 2020: RURBAN Farmers Market in Alliston

With the weather warming up, many Ontarians who have been obeying the Provincial government’s stay-at-home orders are eager to get outside and enjoy the sun. ...

Nottawasaga Futures to distribute $1 million to local businesses in need

The Federal government has rolled out a number of programs to support businesses financially during the COVID-19 pandemic, but many are still falling through the ...

New Tecumseth libraries launch curbside pickup

Bookworms throughout New Tecumseth rejoice! All three of the Town’s library branches introduced curbside pickup on Monday, allowing readers to check out physical books for ...

New “Virtual Visits” program launches at Stevenson

In the era of COVID-19 many institutions and organizations are adapting how they operate to be in compliance with rapidly changing government regulations. Stevenson Memorial ...

Music in the Park silenced this summer

The bandshell at Keogh Park in Tottenham won’t be getting much use this summer. A popular place to spend a Sunday, the park has been ...

Parents left wondering how to collect kid’s belongings from closed schools

Premier Doug Ford announced last week that schools won’t reopen in June, leaving many parents wondering how they can safely get their child’s belongings out ...

Tennis anyone? Tottenham club now open for the summer

As far as sports go, tennis provides a natural barrier and distance between competitors while on the court. There is no contact between players during ...

Hornets forward Gillis-McAnulty keeping fit during hockey shut-down

After seeing the season come to an abrupt end this year, Alliston Hornets players are doing what they can to keep in shape until they ...

Tottenham family’s struggle has parallels with COVID crisis: Mom

As COVID-19 numbers decline and Ontario embarks on the first stage of its reopening plan, millions are optimistic about a return to normal life. But ...

Handful of knitters helping protect staff at Simcoe Manor

Throughout New Tecumseth, people are doing what they can to help others and be supportive of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. At Simcoe Manor, ...

Simcoe Muskoka sees COVID-19 cases level out: Health Unit

Ontarians have been asked to sacrifice their daily routines to “flatten the curve,” which protects the Province’s healthcare system from being overrun by COVID-19. While ...

Stevenson hosts “Virtual COVID-19 Q&A” for members of the public

The way services are delivered at Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) has drastically changed over the past 12 weeks in response to COVID-19. To allow the ...

Stevenson CEO optimistic about instantaneous COVID-19 testing

Increasing testing capacity and wait times is an important part of limiting COVID-19’s spread and better understanding its impact. The United States, Canada, and other ...

South Simcoe Arts Council continues community connections

By Suu TaylorExecutive DirectorSouth Simcoe Arts Council At a time when many organizations have suspended activity, the South Simcoe Arts Council has found ways to ...

It’s official – no football this year

The TNT Express Football Club has been sidelined for the 2020 season. Football clubs around the province received the news on Tuesday, May 19, that ...

New program at local library sparks conversations in a time of social isolation

As Canadians collectively experience the challenges related to COVID-19, many are struggling with changes to their lifestyle, routine, and overall well-being. To help offset stress, ...

Pen pal program at Simcoe Manor is a success for the books

At a time when seniors are stuck indoors to stay safe from the novel coronavirus, a local long-term care home started up a program to ...

Dry land training for Hornets player in off-season

With no ice in any arenas in the province, Alliston Hornets forward Adam Hoppe said physical training during the off-season is an important part of ...

Long-term care accounting for most COVID-19 deaths

As the vast majority of COVID-19 deaths in Ontario are taking place at long-term care facilities, the importance of protecting the province’s most vulnerable has ...

New Tecumseth has continued blood donations during the pandemic

In some communities, blood donation clinics were cancelled as the municipal buildings used as donor centres closed due to COVID-19. Fortunately for New Tecumseth, Councillor ...

Town extending closures until end of May, cancels summer camps, events

The Town of New Tecumseth recently extended the closure of all its facilities from May 4 to May 31. Town CAO Blaine Parkin said the ...

Town Councillor shines light on International Day of Families

Friday, May 15, is the International Day of Families and a local Councillor took the opportunity to recognize the special day at Monday’s regular council ...

Premier Ford optimistic about return to cottages for Victoria Day

As warmer weather brings more people into the great outdoors, enjoying nature, health officials say Ontarians can’t return to their cottages just yet. Canada’s Chief ...

Annual Walk for Alzheimer’s moves to virtual format this year

The Alzheimer Society of Simcoe County is hosting its annual Walk for Alzheimer’s fundraiser May 31, but, for the first time ever, the event has ...

Local Glee Club using its talents to recognize frontline workers

At a time when human interaction is being limited by physical distancing, many are finding alternative ways to connect. Despite not being able to meet ...

Local hospital lands $150,000 matching donation from Morningview

As Stevenson Memorial Hospital deals with added costs and financial uncertainty in the face of COVID-19, a local organization has stepped in to provide support. ...

Health officials advise the public to physically distance this Mother’s Day

The number of COVID-19 positive cases is starting to slow down, but health officials are advising people to still exercise physical distancing, particularly during Mother’s ...

Complaints roll in as residents ignore COVID-19 related regulations

Most residents are obeying advice from health officials regarding social distancing to limit the spread of COVID-19, but not everyone. To date, New Tecumseth has ...

New Tecumseth finds cost savings as revenues flatten because of COVID-19

The Town of New Tecumseth has made several swift changes to the way it conducts business, in an effort to mitigate financial impacts, since COVID-19 ...

Town lays off staff to find savings as it responds to COVID-19

As COVID-19 has placed mounting financial pressures on the Town of New Tecumseth, the municipality has laid off nearly 100 employees. The staffing impact has ...

The summer that wasn’t – no sports this year

Forget about outdoor exercise this summer. You might want to stock up on video games and figure out how your kids are going to fit ...

Town continuing with certain services, projects amidst COVID-19

With almost everybody stuck inside due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of people are tackling renovations and home improvement projects. Despite many of New ...

New Tec Climate Action focused on eco-friendly initiatives and green economy

As COVID-19’s peak passes, many are wondering how the government can transition to a more eco-friendly economy when recovery efforts begin. “This is an opportunity ...

Dancing used as a tool to boost morale at Simcoe Manor

Busting a move is quickly becoming the new way for frontline workers to boost morale and lift spirits. Across the country, healthcare workers, long-term care ...

Stevenson doctor shares his experience working on the frontline

The stress endured by healthcare professionals as they respond to COVID-19 can be overwhelming, as some carriers of the virus can be contagious without symptoms. ...

Stevenson Foundation launches online group in support of healthcare workers

As communities continue to battle COVID-19, the importance of healthcare workers is being recognized around the world. Locally, the Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation (SMHF) launched ...

Province announces certain criteria for re-opening the economy

Premier Doug Ford announced the Province’s plan for de-escalating COVID-19-related control measures during a press conference on Monday. No specific timeline was given, but Ford ...

Students to learn from home a little longer as cancellations extend

Ontario’s publicly funded school closures have been extended from May 4 to May 31, at least, as students adapt to remote learning environments. The unprecedented ...

Volunteer program aimed at supporting seniors launches in New Tec

A local organization is working to reduce social isolation among seniors while maintaining physical distancing. CONTACT Community Services is launching the “Check-In & Chat” program ...

Alliston musician nominated for CMA Ontario’s Artist of the Year

Alliston native and country music artist Nicole Rayy has been nominated by the Country Music Association of Ontario for Female Artist of the Year, in ...

Province deems community gardens as essential source of fresh food

The Provincial government announced its new and amended emergency orders on Saturday, which permit the use of community gardens during the pandemic. The community gardens ...

Town puts forward more measures to support the business community

New Tecumseth Council is making efforts to support the business community through the COVID-19 pandemic. At last Monday night’s regular Council meeting, Ward 6 Councillor ...

Simcoe Manor redevelopment being kept on track

To allow for the reconstruction of Beeton’s Simcoe Manor in a timely manner, Deputy Mayor Richard Norcross amended a report brought forward at last Monday’s ...

New refill business is making it easier to reduce plastic waste

Individuals who are looking to reduce their carbon footprint and overall use of plastics are in luck, as a new eco-friendly refill delivery service has ...

Stevenson launches COVID-19 response fund

The novel coronavirus outbreak has placed increased financial pressures on local health services and, at this time, the Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation (SMHF) is raising ...

COVID-19 reaching “peak” in Ontario, reduced controls on the horizon

Premier Doug Ford said COVID-19 appears to be peaking in Ontario and there’s potential to relax control measures down the road. The Premier offered this ...

Town continuing battle against COVID-19

The Town of New Tecumseth has made rapid changes to the way its operating and delivering services since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the ...

Tottenham’s water pipeline tender awarded by Council

The Tottenham water pipeline project is moving forward as the Town of New Tecumseth awarded its tender at Monday night’s Council meeting Construction to the ...

Over $100,000 for community organizations to be doled out soon

The Town of New Tecumseth is ironing out the final details of its 2020 Community Grant Program, where it gives local organizations a financial boost ...

Alliston businesses adapting through COVID-19 crisis

Local restaurants have taken a hit as they closed their doors to dine-in traffic due to regulations surrounding COVID-19. Roughly 20 restaurants in the Alliston ...

Town puts forward more measures to support the business community

Town Council is making efforts to support the business community through the COVID-19 pandemic. At Monday night’s regular Council meeting, Ward 6 Councillor Stephanie MacLellan ...

Local health unit issues warning about phishing scam

The Simcoe Muskoka Public Health Unit (SMDHU) is warning the public about phishing scams on the internet right now. Individuals are reportedly posing as public ...

Matthews House Hospice launches Bucket List lottery

Matthews House Hospice is pleased to announce the launch of a new  5050 online raffle to raise funds for the Hospice @ Home program.  The ...

Stevenson doctor spearheads initiative to help combat virus spread with “Tube in a Cube”

Despite rigorous measures to prevent the novel COVID-19 spread at hospitals, healthcare workers are among the most at risk for contracting it. They are particularly ...

COVID-19’s “peak” expected to last for weeks, continuing closures

Pandemic could continue well into next year until a vaccine is developed: Health Unit As Ontarians heed calls from the government to stay indoors and ...

Long-term care homes are at frontline of COVID-19 fight: Premier

Schools will not reopen on May 4 Long term care homes are now at the “frontline” of Ontario’s COVID-19 fight, according to Premier Doug Ford. ...

Tottenham Beeton food bank supporting the community through COVID-19

As New Tecumseth continues to battle COVID-19, a local food bank has reshaped its services in an effort to stop the virus’s spread. “We’ve gone ...

Orphaned and injured wild animals given “second chance” at life

The treatment of large cats has been on the public’s conscious since the documentary series “Tiger King” went viral on Netflix earlier this month, but ...

Time to consider alternative ideas to replace summer sports

It may be time to start considering some alternative activities for your children this summer. If your kids usually sign up for summer league sports, ...

Ryan Sallows wraps up five seasons with the Alliston Hornets

After five seasons with the Alliston Hornets, centre #91, Ryan Sallows has achieved quite a junior record. He played his final two seasons as captain ...

Stevenson Memorial capital campaign continuing

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter Stevenson Memorial has shifted focus from its capital campaign to COVID-19, but continues to raise money for renovations and ...

Number of cases in April will determine the extent of COVID-19 locally

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Report As Simcoe County passes 100 cases of COVID-19, the precautions people take now will determine the extent of the ...

Local emergency shelter adapting services through COVID-19

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter To prevent the spread of COVID-19, government and healthcare officials are asking the public to stay home, but for ...

Defenceman Braydon Hogarth graduates after five seasons on Hornets

By Brian Lockhart A lifelong defenceman, #55 Braydon Hogarth wrapped up his Junior hockey career this season after playing five seasons with the Alliston Hornets of ...

Carriage House Bakery fundraises for frontline workers

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter At a time when most businesses are slowing down, due to COVID-19, Carriage House Bakery is working around the ...

Community Living’s support workers address COVID-19

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter The sacrifices that healthcare sector employees make to keep everyone safe has been celebrated by the public throughout the ...

Stevenson Memorial in need of community support

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter As COVID-19 puts a growing strain on health services, hospitals across the province are requesting personal protective equipment (PPE), ...

New Tecumseth starting to see community acquired cases of COVID-19

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter While a majority of Canadians have contracted COVID-19 through travel, half of the active cases in New Tecumseth have ...

Schools will remain closed through to May 4

By Brock Weir Publicly funded schools across Ontario will remain closed to students through at least May 4, the Province announced Tuesday afternoon. Students were ...

Nottawasaga Futures offering flexible micro loans to small businesses

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter COVID-19 isn’t just hurting Ontario’s workers, it’s crushing non-essential small businesses as well who haven’t received any pay since ...

Tottenham pipeline construction set for the spring

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter After years of planning, the Town of New Tecumseth is moving ahead with construction on a brand new multi ...

Tottenham Beeton Chamber continues services online after being deemed non-essential

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter The Tottenham Beeton District Chamber of Commerce was deemed a non-essential service by the province last Friday (March 27) ...

“We have to bring the Library to people” – New measures from New Tec Library

By Robert Belardi In this temporary period of quarantine and social distancing, we find ourselves searching for ways to occupy our minds. Movies, television shows ...

Local hospice now providing services online

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter Matthew’s House Hospice is now offering online counselling and support to its community patients due to restrictions caused by ...

Hornets defenceman Mitch Livingston finish six seasons in Alliston

By Brian Lockhart He’s not easy to miss on the ice. Alliston Hornets defenceman, #17, Mitch Livingston, stands 6’4” in his shoes. When he put ...

COVID-19 assessment centre operational at Stevenson

On Monday, March 23, Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) opened a COVID-19 Assessment Centre in the lower parking lot (staff/shipping & receiving entrance). To start, the ...

New Tecumseth case tests positive for COVID-19

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter The Simcoe Muskoka Public Health Unit reported its 10th confirmed case of COVID-19 on Monday – a New Tecumseth women ...

Winter parking ban lifted by Council

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter New Tecumseth’s overnight winter parking ban was lifted by Council at last Monday’s meeting as more people return to ...

Pay it forward food program launches in New Tecumseth

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter A local woman is working hard to ensure town residents who face food insecurity can still access a warm, ...

Banting Marauders meet OPP Civics in support of Stevenson Memorial Hospital

Hundreds of Banting Memorial High School students arrived at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre on Wednesday, March 11, to watch a hockey game between the ...

COVID-19 spreads to Simcoe County

Two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Simcoe County. The first case is a man in his 70s at Royal Victoria Health Centre ...

New Tecumseth shuts down facilities in response to COVID-19

The Town of New Tecumseth is taking measures to prepare for COVID-19 as cases continue to grow rapidly across the province. “Obviously, this is impacting ...

Simcoe County promoting diversity this month: #ITSTARTS campaign continues online

Residents throughout Simcoe County have been seeing increased diversity in their communities over the last decade. In response, the County created the #ITSTARTS Campaign in ...

“Red tape” stopping developers from building affordable housing

The Town of New Tecumseth continues to struggle with a lack of affordable housing, although county-wide efforts are taking place to reduce the gap. Simcoe ...

New Tottenham Library expected to open in June

By Sam OdrowskiLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter In a few months, Tottenham residents can expect more from their local library. Construction for a brand new 5,200 ...

Domino’s Pizza Alliston supports local family, daughter diagnosed with cancer

By Wendy Gabrek Domino’s Pizza Alliston presented the funds from its February 26 fundraiser to the Wiens family on Friday, March 6 in support of ...

Local shelter hosts FUN-draiser in support of women and children in crisis

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, March 6, My Sister’s Place, the local women and children’s shelter, located in Alliston, hosted its annual Hats, Heels and ...

Tottenham to have better water next year: Mayor Milne

By Sam Odrowski By this time next year, residents of Tottenham will have a better water source. New Tecumseth Mayor Rick Milne said a $16 ...

“Toast the Irish” event in support of Terry Weatherup Memorial Scholarship Fund

By Wendy Gabrek The Everett Firefighters Association is hosing a dance in support of the Terry Weatherup Memorial Scholarship Fund, at the Everett Legion, on ...

Publicly-funded schools set to close for two weeks after March Break

Publicly-funded schools across Ontario will remain closed from March 14 through April 5 due to the impact of COVID-19. The announcement was made Thursday by ...

Former Loretto Ski and Board Shop destroyed in over night fire

By Brian Lockhart For people who have fond memories of skiing at the Loretto ski hills, the final exit for this once popular sports venue ...

Council officially denies the marijuana micro-cultivation facility

By Robert Belardi New Tecumseth Council officially denied the zoning by-law amendment that would permit a cannabis micro-cultivation facility on 11th Line. That doesn’t mean ...

Third-annual Seedy Saturday event coming to New Tecumseth

If you love gardening and have queries revolving around planting seeds, this might be the event for you. Beeton is welcoming the third annual Seedy ...

Hornets series tied at one after loss in Penetang

The Alliston Hornets’ semi-final series for the North Carruthers Division championships is tied at one after the Hornets gave up a 6 -3 loss on ...

Coldest Night of the Year Walk met with great response, local homeless shelter benefits

By Wendy Gabrek New Tecumseth’s inaugural Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser and walk took place in Alliston on Saturday, February 22. The Walk, benefitting ...

Hornets will meet Penetang in semi-final

By Brian Lockhart It’s going to be an Alliston Hornets / Penetang Kings match-up in the semi-final round of the Carruthers Division playoffs. The Hornets, ...

Welcome to Simcoe – Youthdale Riding Program gets support from 100 Women Who Care

By Wendy Gabrek The first meeting of 2020 for 100 Women Who Care New Tecumseth took place on Thursday, February 20 at the Gibson Centre ...

Sports

Hornets win back to back weekend games

It didn’t take the Alliston Junior C Hornets long to set the tone of their Friday (Oct. 6) night home game against the Orillia Terriers. At the end of the first period the Alliston team was leading 6-0.

Steam take win over North York

The Tottenham Steam won their fourth game of the season when they hosted the North York Renegades on Saturday (Sept. 30) night at the Tottenham Community Centre arena. North York came to Saturday’s game with a 4-3 record and both teams were trying to get the two points to move up in the standings.

Hornets double down over Schomberg

The Alliston Junior C Hornets are undefeated in four games to start the season after back-to-back wins over the Schomberg Cougars. The teams met up on Schomberg home ice on Thursday (Sept. 21).

Minor peewee AEs return with victory

  The wait was over. The much anticipated return of the mighty minor peewee AE from TNT was finally here. The team travelled to the ...

Alliston Hornets opener nets first win

The Alliston Junior C Hornets are back on the ice for the 2017/18. Things got under way Friday (Sept. 15) night when the Alliston squad hosted the Huntsville Otters at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre.

Organization receives $5,000 donation from The Nottawasaga Foundation

The Nottawasaga Foundation presented a cheque for $5,000 to Help The Kids Play (HTPK). HTPK is a community based organization that has been operating in the Tottenham, Beeton and surrounding areas since 2007 with the mandate to provide children with the funding to participate in a recreational activity, outside of regular school and home environments, where their parents / guardians are unable to do so.

Heritage Celebration brings players home

Looking around a packed room full of local residents, former residents, family and friends, it’s easy to see the impact that growing up in Beeton had on many people – especially those that were, and are a part of the town’s rich sports history. The Aug. 20 Beeton Heritage Celebration took place in the upstairs hall of the Community Centre and it was standing room only by the time everyone arrived.

911 News

Tottenham man arrested in Feed Mill arson

  In the early morning hours of Aug. 19, 2016, members of the Nottawasaga Detachment, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), were called to the scene of ...

Arrested at Potato Fest.

Members of the Nottawasaga Detachment of the OPP arrested a male who was fighting with a security officer at the Potato Festival Saturday, August 12, ...

Adj–Tos resident charged for drugs and a weapon

On Wednesday August 9th, at 8:30 a.m., as part of an on-going joint investigation, members of the Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, Grey-Bruce Community Street Crime ...

Motorcyclists terrorize on 400 series highways

On Sunday, August 6, between 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., the OPP Highway Safety Division received numerous complaints of a large group of motorcycles traveling ...

Alliston man charged with “Fail to Remain”

On Sunday, July 30, at approximately 9:54 p.m., officers from the Caledon OPP were dispatched to a collision on Caledon King Townline S, south of ...

“Move Over” charges double

For the second consecutive year, the OPP is reporting one of the highest numbers of charges laid in recent history against drivers who failed to ...

Guide Light embraced in King, proven to save lives

A close-knit community looks after its own. That sentiment is behind a project supported by fire departments in York Region. The Guide Light program aims to ensure that every senior, living independently in their own home, is taken care of.

Health and Wellness

Worrod Memorial golf tourney raises $18.5K

The 10th Annual Michael Worrod Memorial Golf Tournament, held in July at Glen Eagle Golf Course, raised an amazing $18,500. “We are so thankful and ...

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