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Head-on collision sends two to hospital, including one airlifted to Toronto

Posted September 13 - The OPP's Technical Collision team continues to investigate the cause of a two vehicle head-on collision yesterday afternoon on Cty Rd 56, just north of Hwy 89 in Essa that required one male to be airlifted to a Toronto hospital with serious injuries.

Federal election campaign underway, no incumbent in Simcoe-Grey

Posted September 11 - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dissolved Parliament this morning triggering the start of the 43rd general federal elections in Canada, October 21.

LCBO opens RFPs for pre-approved agency store locations

Posted September 11 - Existing retailers in pre-approved locations including Everett, Lisle, Glencairn, and New Lowell, have until 2 pm Tues., Oct. 8 to apply for LCBO Convenience Outlet authorizations through a Request for Proposal (RFP) which opened yesterday.

Beeton man facing child porn charges

Posted September 10 - A 33-year-old male from Beeton was arrested last Thursday following a search warrant executed at his residence by OPP Child Sexual Exploitation Unit, Digital Forensic Unit and Nottawasaga OPP.

Mayor's absence breaks log jam on former AUPS building shell

Posted September 10 - New Tecumseth councillors broke along the same voting lines last night except Mayor Rick Milne who was absent from the meeting which resulted in a 5-4 vote to demolish the former Alliston Union Public School building at 25 Albert Street and shift focus to the recreation centre property as a new administration centre site.

Child killer McBride back in Manitoba prison for parole violation

Posted September 9 - Wayne Sibbald McBride, formerly of Alliston, is back behind bars after reportedly breaching conditions of his parole attached to the life sentence he received for sexually abusing and killing his six-week old daughter in November 1985.

Work set to begin on drainage master plan

Posted September 9 - Matrix Solutions will be awarded a $235,502 contract to begin phase one of a three part development of a town-wide drainage master plan.

Stevenson Memorial recognized by RPNAO as a top employer

Posted September 9 - Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) has been named the 2019 Employer of Excellence by the Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario (RPNAO).


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Bolton, New Lowell split weekend games in finals series

Posted September 9 - The Bolton Brewers and New Lowell Knights are tied at one game a piece after two games on the weekend in the North Dufferin Baseball League championship series.
Jebb proposes mural at NTRC to honour renowned local professional athletes
Posted September 6 - One of the potential subjects of a proposed mural at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre (NTRC) that pays homage to local athletes who reached the pinnacle of their sports, calls it a "great idea."
Simcoe County offers New Tecumseth first right of refusal on its Beeton property
Posted September 5 - The remaining portion of Simcoe County's former roads work depot vacant lot at the corner of Main and Patterson Street in Beeton will be declared surplus and put up for sale.
New Lowell residents face multiple charges following impaired MVC
Posted September 4 - Two citizens used their vehicles to box in a fleeing SUV yesterday and then physically restrained the driver from taking off again after he struck a pedestrian and other parked cars in a Bradford parking lot.
Brookfield, Essa enter pre-servicing agreement for Baxter development
Posted September 4 - Brookfield Homes will begin pre-servicing the first two phases of its 253 unit subdivision in Baxter, estimated to cost approximately $10 million, for installation of underground infrastructure.
ICIP Ontario taking applications for grants to fund new recreation centres
Posted September 3 - The Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) Ontario component today opened its intake stream for cost sharing the next wave of community, culture and recreation facilities across the province.
Innisfil bidders miss money deadline, disqualified for cannabis stores
Posted August 30, 2019 The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) announced today only 29 of the 42 lottery picks met Wednesday's (Aug 28) deadline for completed applications including a $50,000 letter of credit, and $10,000 in non-refundable fees, to qualify for a cannabis retail operator license.
Former Tecumseth North PS property to go on the market
Posted August 29 - The Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) has declared the former Tecumseth North Public School property surplus triggering the process to sell it nine years after it was closed. Comments to: madhunt@rogers.com
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