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Potato Festival returns and what a party it was!

The Alliston Potato Festival returned on the weekend and thousands of people, both local residents, and visitors from outside of the area, turned out for the big event. Kicked off by the Friday night parade through the centre of Town, ...

Fees waived but license plates still need to be renewed

If you are a driver and own your own vehicle, you have probably already received a cheque in the mail from the provincial government reimbursing ...

Thousands of lives touched by Blue Door Shelters over last 40 years

It started as a grassroots initiative to help the most vulnerable people in the community, and 40 years on, Blue Door Shelters has stayed close ...

Conservation Area pond provides exceptional fishing opportunities

During the summer months, you often hear the question, “where is there a good place to go fishing around here?” In Tottenham, the answer is ...

Leather aprons and greeting cards at the Artisan Market

There’s always something different each week at the Tottenham Artisan and Farmer’s market. Alysha Staudinger, and her mother-in-law, Gail Staudinger, are both talented crafts people ...

Two New Tecumseth councillors now running for deputy mayor

The position of Deputy Mayor for New Tecumseth is now a race as a second Councillor has thrown his hat into the election ring. Incumbent ...

Make sure you are registered to vote

The next Ontario Municipal and School Board elections are coming up on October 24, 2022. We all play a role in ensuring a fair electoral ...

New Tec Ball hockey wins two National Championships

The New Tecumseth Ball Hockey league went to Winnipeg, MB, on July 28-31 to compete in the Canadian Ball Hockey Association 2022 Junior National Championships ...

Alliston Potato Festival returns this weekend

The Alliston Potato Festival is returning this year and will feature some new events on top of the already exciting, action-packed weekend. The Festival returns ...

Fairy doors and beach glass at Artisan’s Market

You can always find something different at the Tottenham Artisan and Farmer’s market every Sunday afternoon at Keogh Park. Becky Crawford and Tom MacDonald brought ...

Changes to screening process at SMH

Individuals arriving at Stevenson Memorial Hospital in Alliston will be able to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms in the main entrance lobby – with the exception ...

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Potato Festival returns and what a party it was!

The Alliston Potato Festival returned on the weekend and thousands of people, both local residents, and visitors from outside of the area, turned out for ...

Conservation Area pond provides exceptional fishing opportunities

During the summer months, you often hear the question, “where is there a good place to go fishing around here?” In Tottenham, the answer is ...

Leather aprons and greeting cards at the Artisan Market

There’s always something different each week at the Tottenham Artisan and Farmer’s market. Alysha Staudinger, and her mother-in-law, Gail Staudinger, are both talented crafts people ...

Two New Tecumseth councillors now running for deputy mayor

The position of Deputy Mayor for New Tecumseth is now a race as a second Councillor has thrown his hat into the election ring. Incumbent ...

Fees waived but license plates still need to be renewed

If you are a driver and own your own vehicle, you have probably already received a cheque in the mail from the provincial government reimbursing ...

Make sure you are registered to vote

The next Ontario Municipal and School Board elections are coming up on October 24, 2022. We all play a role in ensuring a fair electoral ...

New Tec Ball hockey wins two National Championships

The New Tecumseth Ball Hockey league went to Winnipeg, MB, on July 28-31 to compete in the Canadian Ball Hockey Association 2022 Junior National Championships ...

Thousands of lives touched by Blue Door Shelters over last 40 years

It started as a grassroots initiative to help the most vulnerable people in the community, and 40 years on, Blue Door Shelters has stayed close ...

Alliston Potato Festival returns this weekend

The Alliston Potato Festival is returning this year and will feature some new events on top of the already exciting, action-packed weekend. The Festival returns ...

Peggy Hill Team donates $5,300 to SMHF

The Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation received a donation of $5,300 from the Peggy Hill Team that will go toward the “Because of you, we can” ...

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.

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