Headline News

Government invests $1.7 million into high-speed internet access for rural Simcoe

By Brian Lockhart The federal and provincial governments are investing more than $1.7 million to bring high-speed internet access to rural areas in Simcoe County. The project will provide 1,645 families, farms, and businesses with the ability to access a ...

Trans Canada Trail rest station created in memory of young local resident

By Brian Lockhart A new rest station on the Tottenham section of the Trans Canada Trail system has been created in memory of a young local resident. ...

Municipal candidates respond to election success

By Brian Lockhart With the 2022 municipal elections now in the history books, the New Tecumseth Times reached out to successful candidates to ask how ...

Local group protests provincial Bill 23

By Brian Lockhart A local activist group and its supporters staged a protest in front of Simcoe-Grey MPP Brian Saunderon’s constituency office in Alliston on ...

Simcoe County produces Second World War honour roll video

By Brian Lockhart It has been 77 years since the Second World War ended with the surrender of Germany, and then Japan. In honour of ...

Little Girl, Big Imagination – local dancer produces dance web series

By Brian Lockhart A local teen dancer is taking on a big assignment as she is producing a series of short dance pieces on video. ...

Green Briar residents relieved over arrests in car break-ins

By Brian Lockhart Residents in the Green Briar area of New Tecumseth are relieved after hearing the news that the OPP has made several arrests ...

Adjala-Tosorontio donates $110,000 to local hospital’s campaign

By Brian Lockhart The Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation’s “Because of you, we can” campaign in support of hospital redevelopment received a huge funding boost as ...

S.H.I.F.T launches annual winter fundraising effort

By Brian Lockhart Alliston Support and Hope for Individuals and Family Today, known as S.H.I.F.T., is starting its annual winter fundraising, which kicks off today ...

Norcross elected mayor of New Tecumseth

By Brian Lockhart Residents of New Tecumseth will see several new faces on Town Council at its next meeting, with a new mayor, deputy mayor, ...

South Simcoe Police thank the community following the passing of two officers

South Simcoe Police Service Acting Chief John Van Dyke released the following statement on Oct. 21, regarding the deaths of Constables Morgan Russell and Devon ...

Health and Wellness

General News

Town seeking public input on future development

By Brian Lockhart New Tecumseth has been designated as a growth area by the province and over the next few decades, the area’s population will ...

Drivers 80 and over must renew license every two years

By Brian Lockhart Statistically, you are far more likely to be involved in an auto accident with a younger, less experienced driver. While older drivers ...

Concerns grow among Conservation Authorities over Bill 23

By Brian Lockhart The provincial government’s proposed Bill 23, known as the More Homes Built Faster Act, which plans to build 1.5 million new homes ...

NTPL hosts Local Author Showcase and Book Fair

By Brian Lockhart The New Tecumseth Public Library hosted a Local Author Showcase & Bookfair at the Tottenham Community Centre on Saturday, Nov. 19, with ...

Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority hoping to raise $10,000 in funding campaign

By Brian Lockhart The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority is hosting a Giving Tuesday campaign to raise $10,000 in support of their programs. NVCA is a ...

SMDHU declares Legionnaires’ disease outbreak is over

By Brian Lockhart After announcing an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease on Oct. 7, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) has announced that the outbreak ...

Tiffin Winter Camp trades devices for nature

By Brian Lockhart If you child is spending just a little too much time with their various devices, it’s time to sign them up for some outdoor ...

County Council has concerns over Bill 23

By Brian Lockhart With the push to increase housing in Ontario, the Provincial government is planning some big changes that has Simcoe County Council raising concerns. Bill ...

Automated waste and recycling cart collection deemed a success

By Brian Lockhart One year after the start of automated waste and recycling cart collection in Simcoe County, the program has proved to be a ...

Local conservation authority has concerns over Built Faster Act

By Brian Lockhart While the Nottawasaga Conservation Authority agrees there is a need for more affordable homes across the province, it is concerned about the ...

Sports

Hornets deliver 5-2 over Penetang in Friday night game

By Brian Lockhart After being on the road for a few games, the Alliston Hornets returned to the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre to host the ...

Alliston Hornets win on the road in Innisfil

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets are in second place in the North Carruthers Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League after a 4-1 win on ...

Alliston Hornets drop to third after loss to Schomberg

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets dropped to third place in the North Carruthers division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League after taking a loss ...

Undefeated Banting girls junior flag football team win SCAA championship

By Brian Lockhart The Banting Memorial High School junior girls flag football team has claimed the Simcoe County Athletic Association junior AAA girls championship with ...

Alliston Hornets back in second place after weekend win

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets are back in second place after a weekend win over the Orillia Terriers. With 19 points, the Hornets are ...

Undefeated Banting Seniors girls claim SCAA and GBSSA championships

By Brian Lockhart The Banting Memorial High School Marauders senior girls AAA flag football team are champions after winning at both the district and regional ...

Hornets drop to third place after loss to Stayner

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets dropped to second place, in the standings after a 4-2 loss to the Stayer Siskins on Stayner’s home ice ...

Banting girls dominate SCAA flag football this season

By Brian Lockhart The Banting Memorial Highs School Marauders girls flag football teams are dominating the Simcoe County Athletic Association season. Both the junior and ...

Hornets move into first place with back-to-back wins

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets have moved into first place in the North Carruthers Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey after winning both of ...

Alliston Hornets hockey team win back-to-back games

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets put another four points on their record for the season after winning both the games they played last week. ...

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