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YMCA Honours Huron County Youth 04/28/2017
8 youth to be honoured for their community work during ceremony in Bayfield.
Letterkenny Coming To Wingham 04/27/2017
Listowel-based TV series promoting upcoming International Plowing Match.
Harry Potter Festival Staying in Goderich 04/26/2017
Organizer Nathan Swartz says an advisory committee on the event will be formed this story contains audio!
Five Men Face Assault Charges in Culross 04/26/2017
Attempted house break-in became an assault on the homeowner.
Goderich Reserves Decision On Energy Project 04/25/2017
No decision has been made for proposed compressed air project from NRStor. this story contains audio!
Jury Selection In Panovski Trial Delayed Until October 2017 04/24/2017
Court delays jury selection in Scarborough man's trial due to health concerns.
Flyers Close Out PJHL Season With Awards 04/24/2017
Veteran goaltender Nathan Watson is named Most Valuable Player for 2016-17
Registration Open For Goderich Triathlon 04/24/2017
Intermediate and advanced options open for August triathlon in Canada's Prettiest Town. this story contains audio!
Morrison Hosts Goderich Mayor's Luncheon 04/21/2017
Morrison points to growing residential, business developments as signs of prosperity. this story contains audio!
Huron's "Out Of The Cold" Project Wraps Up 04/20/2017
6 guests stayed at mens-only shelter during winter months. this story contains audio!
New Executive Director At Maitland Valley Family Health Team 04/19/2017
Matt Hoy to leave position at Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation for health job. this story contains audio!
Caring Nurse Awards announced 04/19/2017
Bayshore Broadcasting sponsors awards to 27 Nurses.
Applications Open For Huron Heritage Fund 04/17/2017
Up to $5 thousand can be provided for a local project, which promotes heritage and tourism.
Speeder Along Goderich Beach 04/17/2017
19 year old charged for street racing along Cove Road, in Goderich.
Aggressive and Impaired Driver 04/15/2017
A Petrolia man has been charged after driving impaired.
Goderich Hospital Foundation Hosting 3-on-3 Ball Hockey 04/13/2017
AMGH Foundation looking for participants for second annual fundraising event. this story contains audio!
"Rainbow Talk" Coming To Goderich 04/12/2017
Huron County Pride hosts forum to open dialogue with community. this story contains audio!
AMDSB Approves Additional $1.2 Million In School Upgrades 04/12/2017
GDCI, Seaforth Public School to benefit from upgrades, in latest string of tender approvals.
Schools In Huron, Perth Recognize Int'l Day Of Pink 04/11/2017
Staff, students encouraged to wear pink to celebrate diversity and end homophobia and transphobia.
Cowbell Brewery Is Hiring 04/10/2017
Blyth-based beermaker looking to hire staff during two upcoming job fairs.
Student facing Charges 04/8/2017
OPP say a GDCI student is facing charges after being in possession of an edged weapon.
Salvation Army Food Drive In Goderich 04/7/2017
Sally Ann collecting food donations in Easter Food Drive.
Heart & Stroke Big Bike Comes To Huron 04/7/2017
29-seat bike to make rides in Goderich, Exeter, Grand Bend in May. this story contains audio!
Culbert's Bakery Celebrates 140 Years In Goderich 04/6/2017
Founded in 1877, Culbert's continues to use original oven and same cream puff recipe. this story contains audio!
Vigil In Goderich For Syrian Chemical Attack 04/6/2017
Gathering to be held for 72 victims, including 27 children, killed in recent string of violence.
Goderich Invites PM Trudeau To Town 04/5/2017
Town hopes Prime Minister will visit during 190th anniversary since incorporation.
Goderich Doctor Raises Concerns Over Energy Project 04/4/2017
Dr. Stan Spacek says information from NRStor was "selective" in Goderich energy storage plan. this story contains audio!
Volunteers Clean Shorelines In Goderich 04/3/2017
Nearly 400 pounds of refuse collected during Lake Huron, Maitland River shoreline cleanups.
Huron Staff On Sunshine List 04/3/2017
Many public servants make list of public workers earning over $100,000 per year.
Goderich Named To "Canada 150 Garden Experience" 03/31/2017
Canadian Garden Council recommends a visit to town's gardens for Canada's 150th birthday.
Goderich Asked To "Rainbow Up" 03/31/2017
Group is asking Goderich residents to spend Sunday chalking rainbow designs outside their homes.
Shoreline Cleanup Planned For Goderich 03/30/2017
Volunteers needed for shoreline cleanup, running Saturday at 11:00 a.m.. this story contains audio!
Train Derailment In Clinton 03/29/2017
Nine westbound containers left the tracks near the intersection of Bayfield Road & King Street
GDCI To Paint, Chalk School In Rainbow Colours 03/29/2017
Students to show inclusivity with a chalkout throughout school grounds.
Weekend Of Canada Day Festivities Planned In Goderich 03/29/2017
Fireworks, parade planned for 150th anniversary of Confederation in Goderich. this story contains audio!
$1.5 Million In Huron County School Upgrade Confirmed 03/29/2017
AMDSB approves roofing work, in addition to over $1.3 million approved in February.
Man Charged After Stop Sign Damaged In Brucefield 03/29/2017
OPP say they received tip about impaired driver stopped in Bayfield.
Harry Potter Festival Gets Goderich's Approval 03/28/2017
Town comes to agreement with festival organizers, ahead of October's weekend event. this story contains audio!
Child Pornography Bust 03/28/2017
A Goderich man is facing charges after an online undercover child pornography investigation.
Early Bird Deadline Near From Goderich's Run Around The Square 03/27/2017
Runners can save $5 for early registration, in support of Dave Mounsey Memorial Fund. this story contains audio!
Charges Laid in Fatal Collision 03/26/2017
The driver and the owner of the vehicle now face charges from a collision in December
Partial Skull Found In Goderich From 1800s 03/24/2017
OPP wrap up investigation on partial human skull, found at St. George's Crescent home.
Goderich Woman Draws Rainbow Sidewalk 03/24/2017
After town council votes down painted crosswalk, Kiley Hulley makes her own using chalk. this story contains audio!
Goderich Featured In Article 03/24/2017
Town cited as must-visit destination for Canada's 150th birthday. this story contains audio!
Human Remains Found In Goderich 03/23/2017
OPP say partial human skull found during patio work along St. George's Crescent.
Goderich To Fly Autism Flag 03/22/2017
Town will recognize Autism Awarness Day by flying flag at town hall.
No Rainbow Crosswalk In Goderich 03/21/2017
Town Council voted against proposal to paint downtown crosswalk in support of LGBTQ community. this story contains audio!
Mine death victim identified 03/21/2017
OPP have released the identitiy of a man who died at the Sifto Salt Mine in Goderich
Works Continues On Guelph-To-Goderich Trail 03/20/2017
G2G plans final workshop, ahead of trail clearing in 2017.
Death At Salt Mine 03/19/2017
OPP say they are investigating a death at Sifto Salt Mine in Goderich.

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