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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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Four vehicle crash closed Highway 6. 07/26/2017
Police investigate after collision south of Mount Forest injures 6 people.
Man Arrested After Firing Gun in Wiarton 07/26/2017
OPP say an intoxicated man was shooting off several rounds into Georgian Bay.
Three People Escape Fiery Crash 07/26/2017
Two pick-up trucks collided near Wingham; one burst into flames
Armed Bank Robbery In Milverton 07/26/2017
OPP say a lone suspect ran from the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash Tuesday
Event Planning In Wasaga Beach 07/26/2017
The town of Wasaga Beach will be looking at its possible event venues.
Survey For Lake Huron Residents, Visitors 07/26/2017
Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation conducting online survey about Lake Huron this story contains audio!
Community Leaders To Be Honoured  07/26/2017
Fred Wallace, Blaine Courtney among Canada 150 Molson Canadian Community Leaders.
Meaford Construction Update  07/26/2017
Construction has almost doubled in the first six months of the year.
Owen Sound School Renovations  07/26/2017
Work continues on East Ridge Community School and Owen Sound District Secondary.
OLG Payout for Hanover 07/26/2017
Hanover's first quarter payout from the OLG for its raceway is over $300,000.
50 Jobs Coming to Bruce County  07/26/2017
Kinectrics has bought a 37,000 square foot facility and nine acres of industrial land.
Hwy 21 Bridge to Be Renamed 07/26/2017
The bridge spanning the Saugeen River along Highway 21 in Southampton will get a new name.
Great Lakes Trail Extension On the Way 07/26/2017
Saugeen Shores will soon be part of the extension of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail. this story contains audio!
Power Outage Leaves Thousands In Dark 07/26/2017
A power outage Tuesday night left more than 6,000 customers in the dark.
North Huron Names New CAO 07/26/2017
Goderich Clerk & Planning Coordinator Dwayne Evans named municipality's new top staffer.
Changes to Owen Sound Fire Bylaw 07/26/2017
Overwhelming response to a City survey on the fire bylaw. this story contains audio!
Robbery At Barrie Marina 07/26/2017
Police say security guard had gun pointed at him as encountered tail-end of a robbery.
Second Crash Near Canada-US Border In A Week 07/26/2017
Montreal-area man charged, following collision involving 3 transport trucks on WB 402 in Sarnia.
Wayhome Revises Policy On Naloxone 07/26/2017
Patrons can exchange syringes of naloxone for a nasal spray that has the same effect.
Money For Affordable Housing In Central Ontario 07/26/2017
Eight projects including one in Orillia.
Theft Of Groceries From Sobeys 07/26/2017
Police seek grocery thief.
Child Luring Suspect Arrested 07/26/2017
42 year old man is charged with luring a person under the age of 16 in New Tecumseth.
Bravery Park Donation 07/26/2017
The Amaranth Lions Club is donating $16,177 toward play structure at new Orangeville park.
Update on fight to get a Wasaga High School 07/26/2017
task force making public presentation
Insurance for Street Piano Received 07/26/2017
The Town of Orangeville has received indemnity agreement for public piano on Broadway.
Affordable Housing Funding Announced 07/26/2017
Two developments, one in Shelburne, the other in Orangeville, to get government funding.
Kids Get Free Bikes for Cycling Safely 07/26/2017
Shelburne Police and Dufferin Mutual Insurance award two youth with new bikes.
Driver in Medical Distress Hits Man 07/26/2017
A man was struck beside a parked car after another driver suffered medical incident while driving.
Contentious Night at Wasaga Council 07/26/2017
councillor removed from table

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