Headline News – May 28th, 2015

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And the winners are…

The winners of the Beeton–Tottenham Business Improvement Association’s (BTBIA) ‘Great Big Beeton Bee Part III’ contest were decided on Saturday, May 23rd, at the Beeton Honey & Garden Festival, by public vote. 1st Place is Andrea Romanick, with ‘da Vinci’s ...

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Calling all classic Ford Model ‘A’ lovers

Members of the Huronia Wire Wheel, a chapter of the Model ‘A’ Owners Club of Canada, met at Trillium Ford Lincoln in Alliston on Sunday, ...

One honey of a festival

The Annual Honey & Garden Festival took place along scenic Main Street Beeton, Saturday. The event was jammed-packed with more than 170 vendors, as well ...

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Local man keeping the legend of dragons alive

What do you know about dragons? Specially, Ice Dragons? Well Tottenham resident, Wayne Briggs can tell you everything you’d need to know – because he ...

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Bring back O Canada, before Canada Day

Ward 1 Councillor, Marc Biss, and his son Myles, carry the Canadian flag at the Museum on the Boyne last Friday in honour of a ...

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It doesn’t get more ‘Rurban’ than this

The South Simcoe Arts Council & Alliston Business Improvement Association invite you to the 5th Annual Battle of the Brushes on June 20th from 11 ...

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Local Physicians “Appreciated” on Monday, and always

On Monday, May 25th, the Alliston & Area Physician Recruitment Committee (AAPRC) hosted ‘Physician Appreciation Day’ to ensure that local physicians, and their staff, know ...

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Helping the animals

Procyon Wildlife will be holding its annual Yard and Bake Sale Fundraiser on Saturday, May 30th in the Home Hardware parking lot in Tottenham. Anyone ...

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I ‘DARE’ you to live drug free

Students at St. Paul’s Catholic School in Alliston recently graduated from the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. DARE provides children with the information and ...

Construction underway at Alliston splash pad

The reconstruction of the Alliston splash pad is well underway. The project, which includes the expansion of the splash pad, a new pathway to the ...

Sports

Hornets retiring players

Hornets retire players

The Alliston Junior C Hornets Hockey Club honoured its retiring players during the Club’s annual awards banquet on Sunday, May 24. From left, Mark ODonnell, ...

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Hornets players honoured

The Alliston Hornets Junior C Hockey Club held its annual awards banquet at the Hornets Nest restaurant on Sunday, May 24, to honour players after ...

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The TNT Express had their second full day of football at Mel Mitchell Athletic fields in Beeton on Sunday, May 24, with four games scheduled through the day.

Express have full day of gridiron action

The TNT Express played a full day of football at Mel Mitchell Athletic Fields in Beeton on Sunday, May 24, with four division taking to ...

Victorious Day: roller derby double header

The Renegade Derby Dames (RDD) along with Alliston Junior Roller Derby (AJRD), are hosting another fun filled evening of full contact, high energy roller derby ...

911 News

Stunt driving

On Tuesday, May 19, around 7:30 a.m., a South Simcoe Police Traffic & Marine officer was patrolling the hamlet of Bond Head. He observed a ...

Foot patrols overnight

On May 20th, between 1–3 a.m. several officers from the Nottawasaga OPP were on foot patrol in Alliston and Beeton. In doing so, they were ...

Health and Wellness

‘Getting Ready for Baby’ classes

Many parents-to-be have a lot of questions about what life will be like with their new baby. Join other parents-to-be and a public health nurse ...

Protect your world – get immunized

Over the past 50 years, immunizations have saved more lives in Canada than any other known health intervention. It is hard to believe that just ...