October 2021 Archive

New Tec prepares for monsters, mayhem, during Halloween Rurban invasion

The Alliston Business Improvement Association’s (ABIA) annual Rurban Monster Mash is a go! Put on your costumes and crawl, slither, hop or fly to downtown ...

Mayor’s Annual Business Address focuses on post-pandemic resiliency

The Mayor’s Annual Business Address, a top event in the New Tecumseth business community, took place via Zoom on Thursday, October 14. The two-hour event, ...

Integrity Commissioner report presented to Council

Council was presented with a report from the integrity commissioner during the meeting of October 18. Council had already been notified of six complaints regarding ...

NVCA hosts tree planting event at Conservation Area

After a spring effort to remove hundreds of infected ash trees, the Tottenham Conservation Area received some new greenery on Saturday, October 16, when volunteers ...

Used batteries will be picked up for recycling

It’s time to properly dispose of all your used batteries. The County of Simcoe will be collected used batteries from households in the region to ...

Hornets give up loss to Stayner in low scoring game

The Alliston Hornets gave up their second loss of the season to the Stayner Siskins during Friday, October 15’s home game at the New Tecumseth ...

New exhibit explores humanity and the environment

Her paintings may be described as a little surreal, a little abstract, and maybe of a few other genres as well, but you can’t really ...

SMHF campaign receives huge boost from BMO Financial donation

The Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation received a major contribution to its “Because of you.. we can!” campaign when BMO Financial donated $430,000 in support of ...

Grants support collaborative river restoration projects in Adjala

A funding recognition and river restoration tour took place on Friday, October 8, along the banks of the Nottawasaga River in Adjala, between Loretto and ...

Murphy’s Farm Market supports local OPP initiative, offers fall fun

Murphy’s Farm Market in Alliston is raising awareness and financial support for the annual ‘Shop with a Cop’ event, in partnership with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). ...

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