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SMH hosting Mammothon in May, no appointment necessary

Posted April 24 - The second annual Mammothon takes place at Stevenson Memorial Hospital May 6th from 7 am to 7 pm.

Toot 'n' Holler in Beeton, Tottenham

Posted April 24 - The annual Toot 'n' Holler event featuring community-wide garage sales takes place tomorrow (Saturday) at locations across Beeton and Tottenham, from 8 am to 4 pm. Tottenham United Church his holding a pie and bake sale, and the 2nd Tottenham Girl Guides will be collecting gently used clothes for their Good Will Challenge (set up in front of the Healthy Dog Store, downtown Tottenham). Merchants in both communities will also be taking part in their various promotions.

County begins process to identify private properties for organics sorting site

Posted April 23 - Simcoe County is now accepting Requests for Expressions of Interest from any land owner interested in selling their land to the upper tier for a proposed organics processing facility.

Construction to start next month on Alliston, Beeton paramedic stations

Posted April 23 - Site plan agreements are now in place for new paramedic stations in Alliston and Beeton, awarded as a single construction contract scheduled to begin in May, with substantial completion expected by March 2016.

Funding deal reached for 5th Line/ Hwy 400 interchange project

Posted April 23 - A memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been reached between Simcoe County and the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury that will split the $37 million local share of the estimated $54 million cost to build a new interchange at Highway 400 at the 5th Line.

Vehicle fire in Everett 'targeted' arson

Posted April 22 - Nottawasaga OPP continue to investigate a vehicle fire in an Everett driveway Monday night, police suspect was targeted, and not random.

Victoria Street in line for new connecting links funds

Posted April 22 - New Tecumseth will be among 77 municipalities across Ontario to share in an annual $15 million grant the provincial government announced this week will be allocated to municipal roads that connect communities to provincial highways and border crossings.

Innisfil's total take from OLG slots tops $60 million

Posted April 22 - Innisfil's fourth-quarter (January to March 2015) payment as host municipality of OLG Slots at Georgian Downs is $839,072.

Beattie to ask council to reinstate monthly cheque registry on public agenda

Posted April 20 - Every month, New Tecumseth's finance department produces the running tally of all invoices paid out for that period called the Cheque Summary Report.

Banting trending downward, while STA reaches its new high in annual ranking

Posted April 20 - The Fraser Institute's annual ranking of Ontario secondary schools, based on results of the Grade 9 math and Grade 10 literacy test scores illustrating that all types of schools are capable of improvement and achievement regardless of their characteristics and those of their students.

Storm sewer project awarded in Beeton

Posted April 20 - Esposito Bros. Construction has been awarded a $554,462 contract to replace the Second Street storm sewer in Beeton. Morrison Hershfield, will be paid $95,003 for full-time inspection and contract administration services.

Rifles, handguns stolen from Bradford area break-in

Posted April 20 - South Simcoe Police (SPS) are investigating a break-in at a rural residence in Bradford West Gwillimbury that occurred between 11 am and 4 pm, on Fri, April 17.

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Additional bus route to industrial area

Posted April 22 - Public transit routes between Barrie, Angus, and Borden are proposed to include the Utopia industrial area though a start date has not been established pending a deal with Barrie Transit.

Farm seed company seeks road limit exemption

Posted April 22 - Alliance Agri - Turf Inc. has applied to Essa Township for an exemption to the spring season weight limit restrictions on township roads as it falls within its busiest time of the year.

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' I do not feel that I represent this minority'

A reader writes: Posted April 23 - I am a senior living on a C.P.P., O.A.S. and one RRIF and other dubious minor sources of taxable income. I definitely do not fall into the Conservative government's targeted demographic group of seniors.


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Essex on brink of sweep

Posted April 20 - The Essex 73s won both home games over the weekend to take a 3-0 best of seven series lead over Port Hope in the OHA's Schmalz Cup finals. Game 4 is Saturday in Port Hope, and if necessary, Game 5 is Sunday. The 73s last won the Cup in 2009 with a sweep over Alliston.

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