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Ball hockey game raises funds and awareness for mental health support

By Brian Lockhart A ball hockey game organized in memory of a local girl aims to raise awareness of mental health support in Simcoe County. Alisha Wilson, a victim of suicide, died last year, and the impact of her death ...

Council focuses on communication regarding Tottenham’s water concerns

At Monday April 15’s Committee of the Whole Meeting, Councillor Lacey put forward a motion he had drafted in response to April 2’s Tottenham town meeting concerning the water supply.

Scotiabank kicks-off Hike fundraiser, asks other businesses to step forward

By Wendy Gabrek Hike for Matthews House Hospice takes place on Sunday, May 5, at the Adjala–Tosorontio Municipal Centre.   A leisurely stroll around the ...

Next Step hosts 10th Annual Grate Groan–Up Spelling Bee, raises $20K

By Wendy Gabrek The 10th Annual Grate Groan–Up Spelling Bee took place Saturday, April 13 at The Club at Bond Head, raising $20,000 for Next ...

Hornets end season after game four loss to Napanee

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Junior C Hornets ended their season on Wednesday night, April 10, after a 6-1 loss to the Napanee Raiders in ...

TBDCC hosts fourth annual Home Show & Artisan Market

By Wendy Gabrek The fourth annual Tottenham Beeton & District Chamber of Commerce (TBDCC) Home Show & Artisan Market took place at the Tottenham Community ...

Keanan Family Walk raises $4,500 towards New Tec’s first outdoor AED

By Wendy Gabrek On March 30, 120 people gathered at the Tottenham Community & Fitness Centre for the seventh annual Keanan Family Walk, raising $4,500 ...

“Awaken Your Inner Hero” book launch engages local youth at inclusive event

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, April 6, children and local youth were invited to attend a release party for the book “Awaken Your Inner Hero: ...

Annual Kevin Lord Memorial tournament supports several causes

By Brian Lockhart The 13th annual Kevin Lord Memorial Foundation Spring Classic Golf Tournament will get underway at the Bear Creek Golf Club on Saturday, May ...

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Ball hockey game raises funds and awareness for mental health support

By Brian Lockhart A ball hockey game organized in memory of a local girl aims to raise awareness of mental health support in Simcoe County. ...

Next Step hosts 10th Annual Grate Groan–Up Spelling Bee, raises $20K

By Wendy Gabrek The 10th Annual Grate Groan–Up Spelling Bee took place Saturday, April 13 at The Club at Bond Head, raising $20,000 for Next ...

Hornets end season after game four loss to Napanee

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Junior C Hornets ended their season on Wednesday night, April 10, after a 6-1 loss to the Napanee Raiders in ...

TBDCC hosts fourth annual Home Show & Artisan Market

By Wendy Gabrek The fourth annual Tottenham Beeton & District Chamber of Commerce (TBDCC) Home Show & Artisan Market took place at the Tottenham Community ...

Council focuses on communication regarding Tottenham’s water concerns

At Monday April 15’s Committee of the Whole Meeting, Councillor Lacey put forward a motion he had drafted in response to April 2’s Tottenham town meeting concerning the water supply.

Keanan Family Walk raises $4,500 towards New Tec’s first outdoor AED

By Wendy Gabrek On March 30, 120 people gathered at the Tottenham Community & Fitness Centre for the seventh annual Keanan Family Walk, raising $4,500 ...

“Awaken Your Inner Hero” book launch engages local youth at inclusive event

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, April 6, children and local youth were invited to attend a release party for the book “Awaken Your Inner Hero: ...

Open House on Tottenham’s water met with standing-room-only crowd

By Kira Wronska Dorward It was standing room only Wednesday, April 2,for Tottenham’s Open House meeting about the community’s water situation. Laine Parkins, New Tecumseh’s ...

Honda donates minivan to Matthews House Hospice

By Wendy Gabrek On April 5, the Honda Canada Foundation (HCF) presented Matthews House Hospice with a Honda Odyssey minivan to support their community hospice ...

Alliston Lions support community, $11.5K in cheques distributed

By Wendy Gabrek On Wednesday, March 27, the Alliston & District Lions Club held a special dinner with guests from local charitable organizations. The networking ...

Hornets claim North Conference title with win over Mount Forest

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets claimed the Provincial Junior Hockey League North Conference championship on Friday night, March 29, with an overtime win in Game Six ...

Council backtracks to previous position on controversial condo

By Kira Wronska Dorward The ongoing debate surrounding the Beeton condominium development continued to rage at Monday’s Council meeting. The issue, which has been under ...

Concession Road celebrates first anniversary in Alliston

By Wendy Gabrek In just one year, Concession Road Mercantile has become a top local destination for unique gifts, cards and Canadiana in New Tecumseth. ...

The Purveyors are coming to Alliston

Put on your toe tapping shoes and settle in for a fun filled evening of rollicking pub songs, vocal ballads that tear at your heart ...

Women’s Institute to host fundraising talent show on Saturday

By Michelle Rich Tec-We-Gwill Women’s Institute is sponsoring a Talent show April 6 to showcase the amazing talent found in Bradford West Gwillimbury and New Tecumseth! Talent ...

Local track athlete sets indoor track records with relay team

By Brian Lockhart Local track athlete Morgan Byng has made the national record books setting two records along with members of her relay team from ...

Loretto Ski shop trying to stop the wrecking ball

By Brian Lockhart Chances are if you are a skier or snowboarder in this region, you are aware of or have visited the Loretto Ski ...

Hornets tied in North Conference final with Mount Forest

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets are tied in their North Conference final series with the Mount Forest Patriots after a 4-1 win on Monday ...

Spelling Bee returns in support of Next Step Literacy

By Wendy Gabrek The Next Step Literacy Council of South Simcoe will host its tenth annual “Grate Groan-Up Spelling Bee” on Saturday, April 13 at ...

Alliston Hornets claim Carruthers Division Championship

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets claimed the Carruthers Division championship with a win over the Penetang Kings on Wednesday, March 13, in Penetang. The ...

Decision on new Admin Centre delayed – again – amid continuing public concerns

By Kira Wronska Dorward Debate over New Tecumseth’s proposed Administration Centre continued to rage at Town Hall on Monday night. Council had postponed discussion of ...

Scotiabank kicks-off Hike fundraiser, asks other businesses to step forward

By Wendy Gabrek Hike for Matthews House Hospice takes place on Sunday, May 5, at the Adjala–Tosorontio Municipal Centre.   A leisurely stroll around the ...

Annual Kevin Lord Memorial tournament supports several causes

By Brian Lockhart The 13th annual Kevin Lord Memorial Foundation Spring Classic Golf Tournament will get underway at the Bear Creek Golf Club on Saturday, May ...

One of Canada’s best A Capella choirs comes to Alliston

No better way to spend a chilly Saturday evening in March than to be warmed up by the glorious music from one of the country’s ...

Banting students rally for annual Marauders / OPP charity game

By Brian Lockhart Around 400 Banting Memorial High School students and supporters turned out for the third annual Copper Cup hockey game between the Banting ...

72 Banting students depart for Europe

By Wendy Gabrek Alliston’s Banting Memorial High School has given 72 of its students an opportunity to experience history outside of the classroom.  On Wednesday, ...

Hats, Heels & High Tea at the Alliston Legion

By Wendy Gabrek An afternoon tea, celebrating International Women’s Day, was held at the Alliston Legion on Saturday, March 9, as hosted by My Sister’s ...

Alliston Legion hosts youth public speakers

By Wendy Gabrek The Alliston Royal Canadian Legion Branch 171 hosted its annual public speaking competition on Sunday, February 17.   Heard in four categories ...

Tottenham Legion time capsule to be opened in 25 years

By Brian Lockhart If you ever look back at the way things were 25 years ago and see a lot of change, students in Tottenham ...

Future business leaders invited to pitch their ideas

By Brock Weir If you’ve got a good idea, it’s time to speak up. Nottawasaga Futures is looking for the business leaders of tomorrow to ...

Nominations open for 2019 Business Excellence Awards

This is your chance to support your local business community! The South Simcoe Business Excellence Awards, set to be presented May 6, recognize excellence, outstanding ...

Hornets leading 2-1 in semi-final with Caledon

By Brian Lockhart It has been a wild semi-final series between the Alliston Hornets and the Caledon Golden Hawks to see who can come out ...

LETTER: It has been a difficult few months, says MPP Wilson

Tuesday marked the first day the Ontario Legislature was back in session following the winter break. I was pleased to be there and participate in ...

Decision on Admin Centre delayed until March 18 following outcry

By Kira Wronska Dorward The third, and intended to be final, discussion on New Tecumseth’s amended budget took place on February 11. It has been ...

Tottenham Legion’s 75th Anniversary Week continues

By Wendy Gabrek and Brock Weir The Tottenham Legion, and its 235 current members, will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of RCL Branch 329 on Sunday, February 24 (1944-2019) ...

Speech winners compete at Legion level

By Wendy Gabrek The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 329 Tottenham hosted speech winners from local schools on Saturday, February 9. Speakers in three categories – Primary, Junior, ...

Protest held at potential site of new town hall

By Wendy Gabrek On Saturday, February 9, resident tax payers of New Tecumseth held a friendly protest  in front of the former Alliston Union Public ...

100 Women, $10,000, endless possibilities

By Wendy Gabrek The inaugural meeting of the newly formed ‘100 Plus Women Who Care New Tecumseth’ was held at the Gibson Centre for Arts ...

Addiction Services of York Region makes inroads into Alliston

By Brock Weir Addiction Services for York Region is getting to the heart of the matter by making inroads into Alliston. The Aurora-based organization, which ...

Parkin to return to CAO role

By Wendy Gabrek The Town of New Tecumseth will welcome back Blaine Parkin as Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the Town of New Tecumseth effective February 28, ...

Week of events planned to celebrate Tottenham Legion’s 75th Anniversary

By Wendy Gabrek  The Tottenham Legion, and its 235 current members, will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of RCL Branch 329 on Sunday, February 24th – (1944-2019)  and are ...

Costs of new Admin centre dominate budget consultation

By Kira Wronska Dorward The cost of New Tecumseth’s new administrative building dominated discussions as residents gathered last week to sound off on the 2019 ...

MPP Oosterhoff speaks out on Bill 182, the Compassionate Care Act, and the impact of palliative care on communities

By Wendy Gabrek On Monday, February 4, Matthews House Hospice hosted a Compassionate Care conversation with guest speaker Sam Oosterhoff, MPP for Niagara West. Oosterhoff, ...

Matthews House selected for Vince’s Community Product Initiative

By Brock Weir Your grocery purchases could help give Matthews House Hospice a helping hand this year through Vince’s Market’s Community Product Initiative program. Now ...

Forests Ontario Conference takes over Nottawasaga Inn this Friday

By Brock Weir The Forests Ontario Annual General Meeting will take place in Alliston this Friday. Taking place at the Nottawasaa Inn, the AGM will ...

100 Plus Women Who Care begins in New Tec

By Wendy Gabrek 100 Plus Women Who Care, a grassroots movement where 100 women meet four times a year and donate $100 per meeting for ...

Environment groups hail rollback of Bill 66

By Brock Weir Environmental groups in Simcoe County are celebrating a win this week after the Province announced it was nixing several portions of their ...

Students in Free Throw Competition in Tottenham

The local Tottenham council of the Knights of Columbus organized their annual Free Throw competition for students again this year with the finals held on ...

Pflag will continue to advocate for health curriculum in schools

By Brock Weir A relevant sex-ed curriculum fosters safe spaces for students. This is the message Pflag will continue to drive home to the Ministry ...

Bouncing Back can be just a phone call away, says Canadian Mental Health Association

By Brock Weir This Wednesday, January 30, thousands of people from across Canada will band together to help erase the stigma surrounding mental health on ...

Stacked Pancake House opens in Alliston with a warm winter welcome

By Wendy Gabrek pan·cake noun 1. a thin, flat cake of batter, usually fried and turned in a pan. Pancakes are usually eaten with syrup ...

“South of Hope” points to success at BVP

By Anne Ritchie The traumas faced by a blue collar amputee, a blind artist, and an immobilized hockey player become a valuable life lesson for ...

New Tecumseth opts in on retail cannabis sales

By Kira Wronska Dorward In the inaugural meeting of 2019, Council carried the motion to allow retail cannabis stores in New Tecumseth. It was a ...

Six-year-old gives back, asking for donations instead of gifts to help babies in hospital

Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation kicked off the new year with a very special donation. On January 9, six-year-old Jacob dropped in to present a ...

Tottenham Food Bank benefits from Vince’s Community Product Initiative

By Brock Weir Our Town Food Bank will share in over $25,000 raised through 2018 as part of Vince’s Markets’ Community Product Initiative. Representatives from ...

Hallie is first baby of 2019 – three days after New Year

By Wendy Gabrek The first baby of 2019 came a little late, but was, for sure, worth the wait. Baby Hallie, born weighing 8 pounds ...

Lighting up the night sky in the New Year

The Rotary Club of Alliston, Firefighters with the Town of New Tecumseth and The Town of New Tecumseth invited residents of all ages to the ...

Budget talks begin with $81 tax increase for average homeowner

By Brock Weir Council is set to begin budget deliberations this Thursday with a starting point tax increase of 2.58 per cent on the municipal ...

Alliston Legion looking to raise $100K to offset roof repair costs

By Wendy Gabrek The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 171 Alliston needs to raise $100,000 to repair the roof of their building on Dufferin Street by spring 2019. ...

Nottawasaga Foundation helps to provide safe housing in Alliston

By Wendy Gabrek Members of the Nottawasaga Foundation, founded by Lou and Sue Biffis – owners of the Nottawasaga Inn & Resort – presented a cheque for ...

New United Way funding available for youth-led community projects

Simcoe Muskoka youth aged 14-22 wanting to reduce poverty in their community can now apply for funding to turn their vision into reality. United Way ...

Mill Pond Medical Centre receives special blessing

By Wendy Gabrek The Mill Pond Medical Building received a blessing on Thursday, December 13, from Rev. Kim McArthur. The purpose of the blessing was ...

Lions pack and distribute Christmas Hampers

By Wendy Gabrek Members of the Alliston Lions Club gathered at their hall on Boyne Street last week to sort out food and toys, and ...

Stevenson Memorial Hospital Receives $500,000 Stage 1 Planning Grant Funds

On November 13, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care released the $500,000 Stage 1 Planning Grant funds to Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH). The money ...

Burning of the Green set for January 4

The Rotary Club of Alliston, the Firefighters of New Tecumseth and The Town of New Tecumseth invite people of all ages to join us at ...

Alliston Lions’ “Stuff a Cruiser” event meets overwhelming success for 2018

By Wendy Gabrek Alliston Lions Club members, in cooperation with the Nottawasaga OPP, hosted their annual Stuff a Cruiser’ event this past weekend, and were ...

Becoming Suicide Alert in New Tecumseth – “You can talk to me”

By Wendy Gabrek Recently, a suicide alertness seminar was hosted in Beeton at Fire Station #2. The event, hosted by firefighter and safeTALK instructor Derek ...

New Tec’s Hutchison appointed vice-chair of Catholic School Board

By Brock Weir New Tecumseth resident Janice Hutchison has a place of prominence following the inaugural meeting of the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board ...

“Fill the Bus” food drive tops last year’s haul by more than 1,300 lbs.

By Wendy Gabrek The third annual “Fill the Bus” food drive, hosted by New Tecumseth Fire Rescue, Landmark Transportation, and 92.1 MyFM, took place last ...

Meet your new Council – Councillors sworn-in, begin new duties

By Wendy Gabrek The Council of 2018–2022 was sworn-in on Monday, December 3 in a special ceremony held in Council Chambers. The eight Councillors, plus ...

Family left behind by drunk driving incident receivessupport from Nottawasaga Foundation

By Wendy Gabrek On Tuesday, November 27, the Nottawasaga Foundation presented a cheque for $10,000 to Justine Ellis of Beeton. Justine, who was widowed just ...

Handel’s Messiah comes to New Tecumseth

The New Tecumseth Singers, along with their friends from the Dufferin Concert Singers, will be presenting Handel’s Messiah under the direction of John Wervers on ...

Rotary Santa Claus Parade wows with millions of lights

BY WENDY GABREK It was a true feast for the eyes, as the Rotary Club of Alliston presented its 12th annual Night Lit Santa Claus ...

Hornets get payback from last week’s loss to Huntsville

By Brian Lockhart   The Alliston Hornets got a little payback during their Saturday (Nov. 24) game against the Huntsville Otters. When the two teams ...

Industry honours ‘Generation Next’ Canadian Grocer awards rising stars at gala event

Rising stars of the grocery trade were recently recognized at the eighth annual Generation Next awards. The event, held November 19 at the Royal York ...

Locomotion Day Care opens second ‘station’ in Tottenham

By Wendy Gabrek   Locomotion Day Care Centre in Tottenham has added a second “station” in the new 3rd Line plaza. The centre, the first ...

Songwriters Showcase concludes for 2018 with concert in Beeton

By Wendy Gabrek   John Lemme, guitarist and singer from Newmarket, performed at Trinity United Church in Beeton on Friday, November 16th as part of ...

How do you measure a year? For Margaret Bahen Hospice, it’s in the number of families touched

By Brock Weir   Heather R’s family was emotionally drained when their mother was admitted to hospice care. Her cancer had spread quicker than any ...

Shoppers fill the downtown for the annual Rurban Christmas Crawl

By Wendy Gabrek   The Alliston Business Improvement Association hosted its annual Rurban Christmas Crawl on Thursday, November 8. Participating stores in the downtown core ...

Hornets pick up another four points over the weekend

By Brian Lockhart   It was a three-game weekend for the Alliston Hornets with two home game and one on the road. On Friday, November ...

Horan & Associates celebrates grand re-opening in Tottenham

By Wendy Gabrek   The new retail space located at the 3rd Line and Tottenham Road is quickly filling with new and expanding local business. ...

Wilson resigns from cabinet, Progressive Conservatives leaving questions swirling

By Brock Weir   Less than five months after seeking re-election as MPP for Simcoe-Grey, Jim Wilson tendered his resignation from the Provincial Cabinet and ...

Grannies sale raises $5K for families impacted by HIV/AIDS

By Wendy Gabrek   Grandmothers Embrace, the local chapter of the Stephen Lewis Grandmothers to Grandmothers organization, held its annual Jewellery Sale at St. John ...

Haunted Hallowe’en Adventure at the Steam Train

By Wendy Gabrek   The South Simcoe Railway hosted its annual Haunted Hallowe’en Adventure on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26. Dressed in their ...

Young couple loses everything in online scam

By Wendy Gabrek   Two 19-year-olds from Alliston have been swindled out of their live savings. The couple, Taylor Basque and Thomas Murray, both full-time ...

Mayor Rick Milne speaks out on the new term of council, and his thoughts on the election

By Wendy Gabrek   Mayor Elect, Mr. Rick Milne, speaks to Times’ readers on the 2018 Municipal Election, the results and what’s next. We asked, ...

“Putting price on pollution gives money back to citizens,” says Finance Minister

By Brock Weir   Putting a price on pollution will give money back to citizens, according to Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau. Mr. Morneau brought ...

New Tecumseth elects 2018–2022 council, voter turnout low

By Wendy Gabrek   The results are in and the Town of New Tecumseth has elected its new council – to be led by incumbent ...

End Polio Now week in New Tecumseth

By Wendy Gabrek   The Rotary Club of Alliston and the Town of New Tecumseth celebrate End Polio Now Week in New Tecumseth, October 22–29, ...

$72,700 Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant supports hospice’s Live on Legacy storytelling grant

By Wendy Gabrek On Friday, October 19 at Matthews House Hospice, the Live on Legacy program was launched – with help from a $72,700 seed ...

Royal LePage RCR celebrates grand opening in Beeton

By Wendy Gabrek   Royal LePage RCR Realty Beeton celebrated its grand opening in a newly renovated Main Street location last Saturday afternoon. The group ...

Premier announces project to improve public safety alongside local firefighters

By Brock Weir   Premier Doug Ford was flanked by local firefighters last Thursday while announcing new measures that will increase public safety. Joined by ...

Remembering those who were born to soon, in silence or died far too early

By Wendy Gabrek   Matthews House Hospice (MHH) hosted its first candle lighting ceremony as part of the International Wave of Light on October 15 ...

Ontario is ready for legal cannabis, Mulroney says

By Mark Pavilons The province stands ready to ease the transition to legalized marijuana. The recreational use of pot became legal Wednesday. Addressing the Empire ...

Grand & Toy offers painting help at Stevenson

By Wendy Gabrek On Monday, October 1, a team of close to 30 Grand & Toy volunteers travelled to Stevenson Memorial Hospital to put a ...

Alliston Union partners with Trillium Ford to Scare Hunger this Hallowe’en

By Wendy Gabrek   Trillium Ford Lincoln Ltd.  has once again partnered with staff and students at Alliston Union Public School to collect non-perishable food ...

Matthews House Gala was a Parisian dream

By Wendy Gabrek   The annual Matthews House Hospice Gala, “An Evening in Paris” took place on September 28 at the New Tecumseth Recreation Complex. ...

Raising funds for CONTACT whilst wearing Denim & Diamonds

By Wendy Gabrek   CONTACT Community Services, a registered charity, has supported the people living in the communities of South Simcoe for the last 40 ...

New Tecumseth Votes 2018: Meet the Candidates – Trustee, Simcoe County District School Board

By Wendy Gabrek   The Times of New Tecumseth & Adjala–Tosorontio asked the four candidates for School Board Trustee (Simcoe County District School Board) – ...

CIBC Run for the Cure raises funds and awareness for breast cancer

By Wendy Gabrek   The annual CIBC Run For A Cure, benefitting the Canadian Cancer Society – a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission ...

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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