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Ceremony officially breaks ground on Simcoe Village Campus Redevelopment

County and local dignitaries, along with area partners, gathered for the official ground breaking of the Simcoe Village Campus redevelopment in Beeton on Wednesday, May 4. On the actual construction site, work has already started with crews removing trees and ...

Return to Happy Days: Live bands and classic cars to star at Bolton event

Area residents can travel back in time at a 1950s, 60s and 70s-themed event being held in Bolton on May 14. Hosted by the Caledon ...

STIs on the rise in Simcoe Muskoka

Sex and sexuality are an important aspect of health and the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is reminding people that it is essential to protect ...

LDD months won’t be as much of a pest this year

Those pesky LDD (formerly Gypsy moths) moths shouldn’t be as big of a problem on your trees this year. Last season, the critters were all ...

ADHS hosts “Cause for the Paws” at Gibson Centre raises $10K for animals

On Saturday, May 7, the Gibson Centre for Arts & Culture was transformed into a gala space for the “Cause for the Paws” fundraiser, hosted ...

Council passes motion to sanction Russia

A motion brought to New Tecumseth Town Council to apply sanctions against Russian products in the Town was passed on Monday’s Council meeting after some ...

Headwaters celebrates 25 years at Rolling Hills Drive site

Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) marked a significant milestone in the hospital’s history on Tuesday, May 3, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their site on ...

Candidate list for mayor, council, school board trustee starts to grow

With the upcoming municipal elections across Ontario on October 24, 2022, candidates are beginning to throw their hats into the ring as they register to ...

County ends COVID-19 emergency declaration

After more than two years, Simcoe County has ended its emergency declaration. This was done in response to the province’s gradual easing of COVID-19 public ...

Just Sing auditions get underway at Gibson Centre

The Just Sing competition, hosted by the Alliston Potato Festival, got underway on Wednesday, April 27, with the first round of auditions taking place at ...

Hike for Hospice brings hundreds out for fundraising walk

Several hundred people turned out for a walk on the trails in support of Matthews House Hospice on Sunday, May 1. The Hike for Hospice ...

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Ceremony officially breaks ground on Simcoe Village Campus Redevelopment

County and local dignitaries, along with area partners, gathered for the official ground breaking of the Simcoe Village Campus redevelopment in Beeton on Wednesday, May ...

LDD months won’t be as much of a pest this year

Those pesky LDD (formerly Gypsy moths) moths shouldn’t be as big of a problem on your trees this year. Last season, the critters were all ...

ADHS hosts “Cause for the Paws” at Gibson Centre raises $10K for animals

On Saturday, May 7, the Gibson Centre for Arts & Culture was transformed into a gala space for the “Cause for the Paws” fundraiser, hosted ...

Council passes motion to sanction Russia

A motion brought to New Tecumseth Town Council to apply sanctions against Russian products in the Town was passed on Monday’s Council meeting after some ...

Return to Happy Days: Live bands and classic cars to star at Bolton event

Area residents can travel back in time at a 1950s, 60s and 70s-themed event being held in Bolton on May 14. Hosted by the Caledon ...

Headwaters celebrates 25 years at Rolling Hills Drive site

Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) marked a significant milestone in the hospital’s history on Tuesday, May 3, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their site on ...

Candidate list for mayor, council, school board trustee starts to grow

With the upcoming municipal elections across Ontario on October 24, 2022, candidates are beginning to throw their hats into the ring as they register to ...

STIs on the rise in Simcoe Muskoka

Sex and sexuality are an important aspect of health and the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is reminding people that it is essential to protect ...

County ends COVID-19 emergency declaration

After more than two years, Simcoe County has ended its emergency declaration. This was done in response to the province’s gradual easing of COVID-19 public ...

Four teams will battle it out for Schmalz Cup title

The Conference championships are over in the Provincial Junior Hockey League leaving four teams that will battle it out for the provincial Junior C Schmalz ...

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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