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Mobile Car Show To Cruise Around Grey Bruce Sunday 06/27/2020
Cruise Grey Bruce Car Show will pass through a number of communities. this story contains audio!
Woman Charged In Port Elgin Crash  06/18/2020
A 29 year old local woman is charged with dangerous driving & refusing to give a breath sample.
8 Added To Davidson Center Sports Wall  06/4/2020
Interview with Doug Kennedy this story contains audio!
Zoom Conference For OLA Jr B 06/3/2020
June 3/20 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports this story contains audio!
Owen Sound Man Charged After Fleeing Saugeen Shores Police  06/1/2020
Man allegedly flees police in Port Elgin and is later arrested in a Georgian Bluffs motel.
98 The Beach Turns 15 Today  05/20/2020
In 2005, It moved from the AM to the FM to become a local station serving Saugeen Shores & The Lighthouse Coast
Goderich Mayor Says Health Is Priority, Ahead of Victoria Day Weekend 05/11/2020
Mayor John Grace says his first priority is maintaining public health, despite Victoria Day weekend meaning a typical start to tourism season. this story contains audio!
Huron OPP Conducted More Patrols In Cottage Country 05/11/2020
Provincial police are ramping up patrol of cottage areas, as seasonal home owners are being asked to avoid travel due to COVID-19.
Goderich-Based Institute To Probe COVID-19 Effect On Rural Healthcare 05/7/2020
Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health receives funding to investigate the impact of novel coronavirus on local healthcare.
Goderich Salvation Army Food Banks Picks Up $10K In Federal Funding 05/6/2020
Lieutenant Derek Kerr says $10,000 in federal funding will purchase food, prepared meals as demand rises during COVID-19 crisis. this story contains audio!
Repairs Coming To Schools In Wingham, Goderich 05/4/2020
Avon Maitland District School Board approves roofing, lighting work at GDCI and F.E. Madill.
Axe-Wielding Man Threatens Goderich Business 05/2/2020
OPP have laid charges against a 23 year old man, following threatening behavior against staff at Bayfield Road business.
Dispute Between Landlord, Tenant In Goderich Ends In Assault Charges 04/30/2020
OPP say assault charges laid against landlord, after dispute with Park Street tenant.
Over 2,500 Meals Served During 2020 Huron Out Of The Cold 04/30/2020
Homeless winter shelter served 2,585 meals between January and mid-April. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Shores Looks At Opening Timeline 04/29/2020
When restrictions are lifted, CAO says it will still take a few weeks to get things running again.
Break-In Reported At Seasonal Home In Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh 04/29/2020
Police say it appears suspects were living inside the home, drug paraphernalia left behind.
COVID-19 Confirmed In Staffer At Huronview Home For the Aged In Clinton 04/29/2020
Officials say health staff are working to track who the individual has been in contact with.
Numerous Break-Ins Reported At Goderich Trailer Park 04/28/2020
OPP say at least 11 trailers, sheds broken into over several weeks, warn cottagers to check on vacation properties.
Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Centre Created In Goderich 04/20/2020
Officials say the appointment-only swabs will be done at the Knights of Columbus Hall, between 10-4. this story contains audio!
22 Charged After Police Chase Through Gorrie 04/15/2020
OPP say pickup driver raced by cyclist, skidded through intersection before being arrested.
Report Coming On Future On Goderich's Memorial Arena 04/13/2020
After arena was closed in 2018 due to issues with ammonia refrigeration, Goderich councillors are looking at their options.
Goderich Mayor Says No Plans To Use Arenas As COVID-19 Recovery Spaces 04/9/2020
Mayor John Grace says town's arenas won't be used as medical sites, similar to plans in Kincardine, Hanover. this story contains audio!
Huron County Looks To Connect Laid Off Workers With Employers 04/8/2020
Economic Development officials say companies in Huron County looking to fill need, despite COVID-19 outbreak.
Goderich Deputy Mayor Criticizes Province Over Education Funding Cuts 04/6/2020
Myles Murdock says last year's $7.1 million cut from the AMDSB budget is "a killer". this story contains audio!
Goderich Town Hall Remains Closed Through April 04/6/2020
Council Meetings Monday and on April 20th are cancelled; a special meeting April 14th will be held via teleconference
Goderich Man Faces Weapons, Mischief Charges 03/31/2020
OPP say suspect pointed air rifle at officers, after complaints of yelling at home on Widder Street.
Huron County Council To Meet Via Video Link This Week 03/31/2020
Video council meetings to commence Wednesday, as elected avoid gathering to prevent spread of COVID-19. this story contains audio!
Goderich Mayor Urges Patience On Shoreline Project 03/30/2020
John Grace says shoreline stabilization and new boardwalk will be done, despite delays this story contains audio!
Liquor Thieving Spree Has Hit Grey, Bruce & Huron  03/27/2020
Two high-end liquor thieves have allegedly hit at least 20 LCBOs in Ontario.
Bluewater Council Begins Virtual Council Meetings, Amidst COVID-19 Outbreak 03/26/2020
Councillors help their first virtual meeting this week, as more municipalities begin conducting business online.
COVID-19 Takes Toll On Huron County Homeless 03/26/2020
Officials with "Huron Out of the Cold" say homeless gusests have few places to go, during closure of winter-time shelter. this story contains audio!
Goderich Town Hall Closes, Phone And E-Mail Still Available 03/23/2020
Goderich town hall says tax payments due March 31st can be made through bank, mail, or cheque drop-off.
Goderich Y Makes Budget Request Of $800,000 03/23/2020
Y officials say fitness centre upgrades at the Maitland Rec Centre is a big-ticket item this year this story contains audio!
Goderich Doctor Urges Importance Of Social Distancing During COVID-19 Outbreak 03/20/2020
Dr. Samuel Appavoo says maintaining social distance is the "best tool" to fight the novel coronavirus. this story contains audio!
Huron County Beer Makers Still Dispensing Suds 03/17/2020
Brewers accommodating COVID-19 outbreak by offering delivery, store-to-car drop off.
Goderich Health Team Looks To Answer Questions About COVID-19 03/17/2020
Maitland Valley Family Health Team now taking questions surrounding widespread coronavirus, will post responses in video.
Provincial Offences Act Court Dates Postponed In Goderich 03/16/2020
For those with court dates related to the Provincial Offences Act, you are not required to attend court between March 16 - April 3rd.
Goderich Shoreline Project Delayed 03/16/2020
A recent storm has put work on hold, but Mayor John Grace is confident it will be done by June 1st this story contains audio!
Saugeen Shores Fitness Service Will Soon be Open 24-7 03/11/2020
This summer Topp Performance located in Port Elgin (515 Goderich Street) will be opening Topp 24.
Teen Charged After Rear-End Collision In North Huron 03/10/2020
Police say man fled the scene of crash, before being found over legal blood-alcohol limit and storing a rifle.
Goderich Water Rates To Jump In 2021 03/10/2020
Town council approves 4.8% increase to water rates, for improvements to water and wastewater treatment facilities. this story contains audio!
Species At Risk Grants For Two Huron County Groups 03/8/2020
Over $154,000 will benefit three projects supervised by two organizations
OPP Cruiser Hit Near Tiverton While Officer Stands Only Feet Away  03/2/2020
OPP say it's fortunate no one was hurt when a vehicle hit a cruiser while an officer was helping a driver in the ditch.
Goderich BIA Acknowledges Challenges In Going Digital 03/2/2020
The Chair of the Downtown BIA says a solution must be ford for those who have no computer experience this story contains audio!
Grey Bruce Battered By Winter Storm 02/28/2020
Work starts to clean-up after big dump of snow.
Six Charged Following Raids At Goderich Home 02/26/2020
OPP say methamphetamine, cash, pills seized in weekend raid at Huron Road home.
Flooding A Common Problem Along Lake Huron Shoreline 02/25/2020
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority says several municipalities reported flooding issues in 2019.
Goderich "Coldest Night Of The Year" Exceeds Fudnraising Target 02/24/2020
201 walkers raise over $43,000 for homeless initiatives in Huron County.
Huron County Museum Receives $63,000 Grant 02/24/2020
The transfer comes under the province's Community Museum Operating Grant program
GTA Woman Faces Multiple Charges In Huron East Traffic Stop 02/23/2020
OPP say a suspended driver had cannabis readily available in the vehicle

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