September 2016 Archive

Italian cuisine in the heart of Tottenham

Timo Italian Grille opened its doors last Thursday at 11 Mill Street East Tottenham, with a grand opening celebration and dignitary-studded ribbon cutting.

Four arrested at licenced grow op

On Tuesday, Sept. 20, Nottawasaga OPP, with the assistance of members of the Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU), executed a search warrant at a residence, as ...

Hornets make short work of Golden Hawks

The Alliston Hornets won their third game of the season with a 7-2 win over the Caledon Golden Hawks on Friday (Sept. 23) night at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre.

Fun food bank fundraiser

Amazing things can happen when kids have been raised with community perspective. On Aug. 27, Mackenzie, 12, and her sister, Reghan, 10, hosted a lemonade ...

Junior C Hornets win home opener

The Alliston Junior C Hornets have the first notch in their sticks for the 2016/17 season after a 4-2 win over the Stayner Siskins during the Hornets home opener at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre on Friday, Sept. 16.

Blue Rain gallery offers unique opportunity for local artists

Local artists had the opportunity to meet with each other and the public, while showcasing their wares, during a Meet the Artists reception at Blue Rain Gallery, outside of Tottenham.

Matthews House Gala Sept. 30

Matthews House Hospice will once again transform The New Tecumseth Recreation Centre Field House into a striking venue where it will host its annual gala, the Masquerade Ball, on Sept. 30.

When life gives you lemons …

Shaena A., Shaelyne A., and Sophia B. hosted a lemonade stand in front of Paw-fect Pets ‘N’ Supplies, in the Jackson Plaza, Beeton recently. The ...

Cool Moose fundraiser helps CLASS

Cool Moose Creamery Alliston held its 9th annual Ice Cream Block Party recently. This year, the recipient of all fundraising efforts was the Community Living Association of South Simcoe, or CLASS. During the 3-hour event, $4,350 was raised.

Steam take OT loss in home opener

The Tottenham Steam started off the new season on Sept. 10 when they hosted the Oshawa River Kings. The opening game had to moved when the Tottenham Community Centre arena suffered a power outage that caused the ice to melt.

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