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Weapons Charges In Tobermory  05/24/2020
A 19 year old male faces numerous charges after an argument involving several people.
Grey Sauble Conservation Authority Opens Some Properties Today  05/23/2020
Some properties including waterfalls and beaches are still closed.
Port Elgin House Fire Under Investigation 05/13/2020
Fire Department & Police looking for cause of a fire in an unoccupied house that spread next door.
Chi-Cheemaun Ferry Service To Resume For Essential Travel June 1 05/7/2020
Limited commercial customers, through travellers will be allowed to board.
Frank Bergeron Passes 05/6/2020
May 6/20 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports
COVID-19 Could Help Wildlife Thrive In Grey Bruce  04/26/2020
While animals encroach on human settlements during pandemic, it could mean a good year for for local turtles.
OPP Report Man Impersonating Officer In Wellington County  04/22/2020
OPP say over a week ago, a man posing as an officer stopped a driver to check they were an essential worker.
Grey Bruce Home Sales Strong In March 04/17/2020
Market activity increases, average prices jump 26% compared to March 2019.
Bruce County Enacts Fire Ban 04/3/2020
All fires, open air, agricultural and recreational prohibited until further notice.
OPP Correct Charges Against Springwater Man 03/31/2020
Police have laid more charges in a 2019 sexual offences investigation.
Saugeen Valley, Grey Sauble Conservation Authorities Close Trails and Parks 03/27/2020
Trails and conservation areas are now closed to prevent people from gathering.
Local Ag Federation Says Emergency Legislation Is Good News 03/25/2020
Grey Ag Federation President says farmers now able to use foreign workers and farm credit.
Conservation Areas Close to Public 03/24/2020
Credit Valley Conservation says a number of trails and conservation areas are closing to the public.
Police Identify Victim Of Fatal House Fire 03/23/2020
Owen Sound Police say 63 year old Deborah Hood died as the result of a fire.
Outdoor Recreation Takes a Hit From COVID-19 03/19/2020
Ontario provincial parks are being closed down along with OFSC snowmobile trails that may still be open.
Walmart's VP Of Corporate Affairs Addresses Midland Walmart's Temporary Closure 03/18/2020
*The store has since re-opened. Rob Nicol has provided a statement via email.
Blizzard Warning For Parts Of Grey Bruce 02/27/2020
Intense squall expected off Lake Huron tonight.
Saugeen Shores CAO Answers CCV Process Questions 02/26/2020
In a report CAO David Smith touched on the waterfront revitalization project and future approvals this story contains audio!
Community Mourns Constable Cory Trainor  02/19/2020
The 28-year-old West Grey Police officer died Tuesday.
MP Alex Ruff Now On Federal Veterans Affairs Committee 02/19/2020
A veteran himself, Ruff now sits on the House of Commons Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs
Support to End Breed Specific Legislation Strong in Saugeen Shores 02/10/2020
Over 200 people have signed a petition to repeal the anti-Pit Bull legislation at a Pet Store
Kincardine Crime Stats Release 01/30/2020
South Bruce OPP say reports of sexual assault in Kincardine increased almost 82% from 2018 this story contains audio!
Meaford Council Speaks About TC Energy 01/30/2020
Over five SGB members spoke to council Monday night questioning what stance council takes on the potential facility.
Leacock Museum Master Plan Public Consultations 01/30/2020
Project staff and TCI Management Consultants will hold two public consultations on Thursday to discuss their findings and draft recommendations.
MP Alex Ruff Says Liberal Gun Ban Won't Solve The Problem 01/23/2020
Ruff says banning a loosely defined rifle will not solve Canada's urban gun crime problem.
Some Parents Giving Government Compensation Back To Schools 01/21/2020
The provincial government announced last week that it will give parents whose children are affected by the striking teachers up to $60 per day as compensation.
Teachers Strikes Every Day This Week 01/21/2020
The elementary teachers union will be holding rotating strikes every day this week.
Financial Program in Dufferin to Help Homeowners 01/20/2020
The Dufferin Ontario Renovates Program helps homeowners in the county with a moderate income to complete accessibility renovations or home repairs. this story contains audio!
Police Warn Of Google Play Gift Card Scam 01/20/2020
Officers have recently received several reports of citizens being contacted through their personal computers or via home and/or cell phone by suspects.
Who's Striking When? 01/17/2020
Different school boards will be affected by separate strikes next week.
Save Georgian Bay Urges Meaford Council to Speak Out Against Proposed Pumped Storage Facility 01/16/2020
The theme across all three speakers was the hope to gain councils support in speaking out against the project to DND.
Petition For Radar Speed Signs in Berkeley 01/13/2020
Council resolves to ask director to consult with Ministry of Transportation on options. this story contains audio!
Conservative Leadership Race Begins Today 01/13/2020
The Conservatives will elect their next leader at a convention on June 27 in Toronto.
The Lion's Head Lighthouse Is No Longer Standing  01/13/2020
This weekend's winter storm brought forth damaging winds and icy conditions.
Nature Conservancy Suggests Turning This Years Christmas Tree Into Bird Habitat 12/28/2019
The old tree in the backyard would provide shelter on those rough winter nights.
TC Energy Hosts First Public Meeting in Meaford 12/12/2019
Well over 300 people attended the meeting at the Meaford Community Centre.
Draft Trail Plan For Grey County Complete  12/11/2019
Staff have presented what they plan to do with local trails over the next 12 years.
Candlelight Vigil Marks Annual Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women 12/5/2019
The vigil pays tribute to the 14 women who were murdered at École Polytechnique de Montréal, as well as every woman in Ontario whose life has been harmed or lost to gender-based violence.
Owen Sound Council Directs Staff To Produce Climate Change Report 12/3/2019
Unanimous approval of motion for report detailing how city might deal with climate change, meet global emissions targets. this story contains audio!
High Water Levels Monitored in Saugeen Shores 11/26/2019
Parts of the North Shore Trail have been eroded in recent months.
Damage Pegged at $125,000 In Springwater Twp. Fire 11/12/2019
At 4:45 a.m.firefighters discovered a fire in the walls and attic of the single-family dwelling....
Grey Bruce Braces For Snow Squalls 11/12/2019
20 to 45 cm possible by Wednesday morning.
Nursing Shortage Forces Service Cutback At Clinton Public Hospital 11/11/2019
CPH's Emergency Department will be open from 8am till 8pn starting December 2nd
Goderich To Hold Strategic Planning Sessions 11/8/2019
Mayor John Grace says special session will help guide policy for capital projects and spending proposals. this story contains audio!
Council Was the Last to Know about TC Energy Facility says Meaford Councillor 11/6/2019
The deadline for public comment on the proposed pumped storage facility is March 31st 2020.
Innovation In Agriculture Showcased 11/4/2019
Changing the way we farm food was the focus of a local symposium.
Storm Forces Change In Goderich Boardwalk Project 11/3/2019
Mayor John Grace says work is now starting at Rotary Cove Beach and working north this story contains audio!
Outdoor School Wins Meaford Dragons 10/31/2019
Free Spirit Forest and Nature School took home the big prize.
Fairy Lake in Southampton Might Sparkle this Christmas 10/29/2019
Organizers want to start small this year, around the bandshell but would like to expand each year this story contains audio!
Death In South Huron Not Considered Suspicious 10/24/2019
OPP say foul play not suspected in case of body found under all-terrain vehicle in Exeter's northwest end.

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