Photo by David Anderson
Free Press photo by Tony VeltriPosted September 21 - Work on the installation of new playground equipment at Hanley Park - located between Tupper Blvd and 8th Avenue in Alliston, is well underway. The upgrade includes a $15,000 donation from The Lion's Club of Alliston to pay for installation of an accessible swing feature which was not included in the original scope of the Hanley Park project. Walkem Park in Tottenham is also being retrofitted with new playground equipment.
SSP investigating Bond Head break-in
Posted September 20 - South Simcoe Police Service officers are investigating a break and enter at a gas station in Bond Head.
LPAT seals deal for new Alliston gas station, car wash
Posted September 20 - The Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT - formerly the OMB) has stamped its approval of a settlement reached between the proponents of a car wash and gas station at King and Victoria Street in Alliston and the Town ending an eight year approval process.
Vintage car crash turned double fatal, investigation continues
Posted September 20 - Nottawasaga OPP continue to investigate the cause of a single vehicle collision last Saturday (Sept 15) morning that ended up taking the life of both occupants.
Adjala Tosorontio candidate drops out of ward race
Posted September 19 - Leah Gagnier announced in a Facebook post on Sept. 16 her intention to pull out of the Ward 4 council race in Adjala Tosorontio.
Victoria Street section closed for paving
Posted September 17 - Victoria Street East between Boyne Street and CPR Tracks in Alliston is temporarily closed today (September 17) from 7 am to 7 pm for the milling and resurfacing of the roadway.
Township looks to keep 9th Line speed limit at 80 km/h
Posted September 17 - A review of the speed limit on the 9th Line in Essa north of the 10 Sideroad recommends it remain at 80 km/h because of low traffic volumes.
Essa settles on fire rescue demonstrator vehicle
Posted September 17 - Essa council is set to purchase demonstrator fire rescue truck from Dependable Emergency Vehicles at a cost of $396,000, plus $34,850 to equip it.