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Pride Month event set to take place at Concession Road this Thursday

Concession Road Mercantile and Champ Burger are celebrating Pride Month with a fun, family-friendly event in their shared parking lot, at 78 Victoria Street East Alliston (across from Shoppers Drug Mart) this Thursday evening, June 23, from 7–10 p.m. “We ...

D&D Meats – Bringing the taste of diversity to Rurban Market

Every week there is something different at the Alliston Rurban Farmer’s Market. One of the favourites is farm-fresh cured-style meats from D&D Meats in Alliston. ...

Reduce risk of rabies by vaccinating pets

With the warmer weather now upon us, people are heading outdoors and so are their pets. The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is offering advice ...

Canada Day celebrations in New Tecumseth

It will be Canada’s 155th birthday this July 1, and celebrations will be held across the country to recognize a century of a-half of growth, ...

All Canadian line-up at this year’s Bluegrass Festival

It is three days of great live music held at the natural amphitheatre at the Tottenham Conservation Area, and this year the Tottenham Bluegrass Festival ...

Sunday Music in the Park series returns July 3

The Sunday Music in the Park series will return to the band shell at Keogh Park in Tottenham beginning on July 3. The popular series ...

Stevenson Memorial Hospital eases visitor restrictions

Stevenson Memorial Hospital in Alliston will be adjusting its visitor policy as a result of the decrease of COVID-19 transmission. The hospital has moved to ...

CLASS on-line auction has $17,000 in available items

Community Living Association for South Simcoe (CLASS) is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year of providing support and services to communities in the area. This ...

County will host public meeting on official plan amendment

The County of Simcoe will host a statutory public meeting on a proposed first phase growth management amendment to the County’s Official Plan. The proposed ...

“The best is yet to come,” says Milne at Mayor’s Annual Business Address

Town of New Tecumseth Mayor Rick Milne hosted his annual Mayor’s Business Address before a sold-out crowd at the Gibson Centre for Arts & Culture ...

Italian flavour at Alliston Rurban Farmer’s Market

One of the best things about the Alliston Rurban Farmer’s Market is you will always find something different and new. Connie Arteaga of Connie’s Kitchen, ...

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Pride Month event set to take place at Concession Road this Thursday

Concession Road Mercantile and Champ Burger are celebrating Pride Month with a fun, family-friendly event in their shared parking lot, at 78 Victoria Street East ...

Canada Day celebrations in New Tecumseth

It will be Canada’s 155th birthday this July 1, and celebrations will be held across the country to recognize a century of a-half of growth, ...

All Canadian line-up at this year’s Bluegrass Festival

It is three days of great live music held at the natural amphitheatre at the Tottenham Conservation Area, and this year the Tottenham Bluegrass Festival ...

Sunday Music in the Park series returns July 3

The Sunday Music in the Park series will return to the band shell at Keogh Park in Tottenham beginning on July 3. The popular series ...

D&D Meats – Bringing the taste of diversity to Rurban Market

Every week there is something different at the Alliston Rurban Farmer’s Market. One of the favourites is farm-fresh cured-style meats from D&D Meats in Alliston. ...

Stevenson Memorial Hospital eases visitor restrictions

Stevenson Memorial Hospital in Alliston will be adjusting its visitor policy as a result of the decrease of COVID-19 transmission. The hospital has moved to ...

CLASS on-line auction has $17,000 in available items

Community Living Association for South Simcoe (CLASS) is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year of providing support and services to communities in the area. This ...

Reduce risk of rabies by vaccinating pets

With the warmer weather now upon us, people are heading outdoors and so are their pets. The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is offering advice ...

County will host public meeting on official plan amendment

The County of Simcoe will host a statutory public meeting on a proposed first phase growth management amendment to the County’s Official Plan. The proposed ...

Deanne Cynthia Rose Park officially open in Alliston

Alliston’s own Deanne Rose has her name in lights again – and this time it’s not for winning Gold at the Tokyo Olympics in Women’s ...

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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