Foundation tournament raises $351kPosted July 25 - The Nottawasaga Foundation's 25th annual golf, dinner and auction fundraiser held on Friday, raised more than $351,000. This year's event featured 204 hole sponsorships, 469 golfers, over 630 guests for dinner and more than 125 volunteers to pull off. The Foundation has pledged $1 million towards Stevenson Memorial Hospital's "Transforming Stevenson" Campaign and SHINE (Shared Health Information Network Exchange): One Patient, One Record. As well the Foundation will continue to support the local Food Banks, Community Living Association of South Simcoe many more vital local charities and programs in Simcoe County. The annual event has now raised over $5.6 million.
delivers first quarter payment to Innisfil
Issues list ready for Tottenham Mall, Foodland Plaza Ballymore OMB appeal
Posted July 20 - The OMB appeal of the Town approved Ballymore commercial development has one more matter to settle ahead of the estimated 10-day hearing scheduled to begin September 17, at 10:30 am at the council chambers in Alliston.
Cookstown youth charged in stabbing incident
Posted July 19 - A young offender from Cookstown remained in custody this morning facing multiple charges related to a stabbing incident last night at a plaza in the community.
First wave of public properties on the market
Posted July 18 - New Tecumseth is selling five properties deemed surplus with a combined listing price of $2 million.
FOI reveals remuneration enhancements flagged by OPP
Posted July 17 - Though the OPP Anti Rackets investigation last year into Adjala Tosorontio's Post-Retirement Benefits concluded there were no grounds for "criminal offence" because incomplete records made it difficult to follow the paper trail, investigators did determine there were 13 remuneration enhancements that were not executed in accordance with the standard set out in By-Law 94-44.
Parkin sheds 'interim' from CAO position
Posted July 17 - Blaine Parkin will be confirmed as New Tecumseth's next CAO on Monday night.
'This proposal would be the most inexpensive for taxpayers'
A reader writes:Posted July 19 - On behalf of the Heritage Forest Preservation Society, I would like to thank the Town for the new entrance's safer parking.