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Updated - Driver charged.... Minor injuries from train, vehicle collision

Posted December 17 - Tottenham Road reopened to traffic after a 90 minute closure for emergency crews to deal with a CP train and vehicle collision that occurred at the crossing near the 9th Line just before 10:30 this morning.

Truck blitz yields over two dozen violations

Posted December 17 - A two-day "flash" inspection of dump trucks by members of the Central Region Traffic Enforcement Unit Barrie and Ministry of Transportation Dec. 10-11, on 10th Sideroad New Tecumseth, recorded 26 different violations of the Highway Traffic Act.
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A fence installed at the southeast corner of Queen and Mill Street in Tottenham is proving to be a traffic hazard to both vehicles and pedestrians as the wait continues for structural repairs to the building.

Ross seeks quick remedy to lessen hazardous situation downtown

Posted December 17 - Its been approximately one month since a wind storm blew bricks and pieces of roof off the building at 1 Queen Street onto the street below rendering the area around it unsafe until the structural repairs are completed.

RIDE nets seven impaired drivers to date

Posted December 17 - Nottawasaga OPP has conducted 60 RIDE spot checks since November 24 throughout the detachment area involving 2,169 vehicles.

Fill applicant told to first prove land isn't productive in current state

Posted December 16 - A request for an exemption from a New Tecumseth bylaw that prohibits the importation of fill for site alterations on agricultural land did not go as planned for the applicant who instead will be ordered to cease activity on his 20th Sideroad property underway without a permit.

Council delays vote on meeting time shift pending further information

Posted December 16 - A week after unamiously supporting moving New Tecumseth committee of the whole council meetings to Monday mornings beginning in January, councillors directed instead that a report outlining the pros and cons of the move be prepared, followed by a special meeting to gather public input, prior to rendering a final decision.

SMH to strike a 'Patient/Family Advisory Council'

Posted December 16 - Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) is seeking applicants to serve as "patient advisors" on its new Patient/Family Advisory Council (PFAC) "to work with us to make our hospital the best it can be."

Fill application to re-ignite rural neighbourhood fight, tonight

Posted December 15 - A third crew of New Tecumseth councillors will be drawn into the fray that has pitted several 20th Sideroad residents against a property owner whose been importing fill onto his site since at least 2008, and today requires municipal approval under strengthened fill bylaw provisions enacted in part because of it.

Brampton woman killed crossing road in Loretto, no charges

Posted December 15 - A Brampton woman died Friday night from injuries sustained after being struck by a pick-up truck near the intersection of Cty Rds 1 and 50.

Young offender charged in 2013 armed robbery

Posted December 15 - A New Tecumseth youth is in custody pending a bail hearing scheduled for today charged in the February 2013 armed robbery of 49er Convenience Store in Tottenham.

SMH Foundation launches new fundraiser

Posted December 15 - Press Release - The Stevenson Memorial Hospital Gala Committee is excited to announce another great fundraising opportunity at our 2015 Gala, An Evening at the Palace.
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Hornets sweep Devils, need OT in Fergus

Posted December 15 - The Alliston Hornets saw a lot of the Devils over the weekend with their home and home series against Fergus, winning both meetings to increase their lead in league standings to seven points over second place Stayner.
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TNT leaves Rochester, NY with tournament title

Posted December 15 - TNT's Minor Atom AA spent the weekend in Rochester, New York, and returned home the Rochester Invitational championship. The Tornados went 3-0 in the opening round and were seeded first in the playoffs. The faced Woodstock Jr. Navy Vets in the finals, and fought back from a 2-0 deficit to win it all, 4-2.

Alliston Legion kicks in travel funds for Nikolettes

Posted December 15 - Mary Ellen Thomson, Branch 171 President and Patricia Grant, Branch 171 1st Vice President presented Alliston Nikolettes gymnasts, Ashlyn Christos and Kate Beausaert (Camryn Gibson missing from photo) and David Connolly, Nikolettes President, with a donation of $1,000, which will be used to defray the costs of the three travelling to Las Vegas for the Lady Luck Gymastics Invitational January 16-18 to compete in the Lady Luck Gymnastics Invitational as part of Team Ontario.

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Banting's Writer's Craft hosting event at Circle Theatre

Posted December 15 - Poetry and Popcorn will be held at the Circle Theatre on Thurs., Dec. 18, between 12 pm and 1 pm., featuring the works of Sarah Burke's Gr. 12 University Level Writer's Craft class from Banting Memorial High School. Tickets are $4 or by donation (arrive earlier to get your popcorn and find a seat). A semester's worth of honing their skills, including lectures from guest speakers, will be on display. Special recognition to a number of students who took the National Novel Writing Month writing challenge in November. The following students accomplished the goal of writing 50,000 words during November: Ashley Armstrong, Brianna Bedore, and Sarah Noll. "This is an amazing accomplishment that we plan on celebrating at our event Thursday," said Ms. Burke.

Christmas Cantata in Alliston

Posted December 15 -" Born a Savior, Born a King", a Christmas Cantata, will be presented by Knox Cantata Choir and Friends on Sunday, December 21, at 7:30 pm at Knox Presbyterian Church, 160 King Street, South, Alliston. A freewill offering will be taken and refreshments will follow the presentation. Please join us as we celebrate the Christmas season with this musical performance.

Christmas Fellowship in Alliston

Posted December 8 - Please come and join us on Christmas Day at the Alliston Fellowship Hall on Paris Street at Wellington between noon and 4 pm. We will be serving tea, coffee, juice, finger foods and lots of pastries and treats. This is not a full sit down meal but instead we are having buffet tables and we will be serving up lots of goodies. We will have music and friendly faces to welcome you and just share in the joy and friendship of Christmas Day. This is offered to anyone in our community who is alone, just needing some company, elderly etc. Please contact Sandra McGovern at the Alliston Attic 705 434-4260 or e-mail
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