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Light The Way Radiothon Surpasses Fundraising Goals 12/15/2017
For the second year in a row, the 98 the Beach 12 hour Radiothon has surpassed its $50,000 goal. this story contains audio!
Light The Way Radiothon Underway 12/14/2017
The phone lines are ringing and donations are pouring in to support the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Jubilee Park Ball Diamond Renovations 12/12/2017
Saugeen Shores council approves $45,000 makeover for little-used facility this story contains audio!
Christmas Tour of Homes a Big Hit 12/8/2017
The annual Chantry Island Cham-bettes event was a major success and will see donations to local organizations. this story contains audio!
Firefighters Fill the Shelves at Local Food Bank 12/7/2017
The Saugeen Shores Firefighters held their Annual Food Drive Saturday, Nov. 25th, 2017. this story contains audio!
2018 Capital Budget Not Yet Finalized 12/6/2017
There are no definitive numbers to report just yet or how it would affect you. this story contains audio!
Fire Hydrant Maintenance Under Way 12/4/2017
The Town of Saugeen Shores staff and Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) have begun regular maintenance of all fire hydrants.
Fire Hydrant Maintenance Under Way 12/4/2017
The Town of Saugeen Shores staff and Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) have begun regular maintenance of all fire hydrants.
House Fire in Southampton 12/1/2017
$50,000 worth of damage was done leaving a mother and son homeless this story contains audio!
Santa Returns to Grey Bruce This Weekend 12/1/2017
A full list of where Santa will stop this weekend for area parades
Annual Santa Claus Parade A Go 11/30/2017
The Annual Santa Claus Parade will take to High St. in Southampton on Friday, December 1st, 2017.
$8.9 Million for Town Hall Makeover 11/28/2017
It's going to cost an estimated 8.9-million-dollars for a full restoration of the Southampton Town Hall, along with the building of a larger, stylistic public library of the future and a community cen this story contains audio!
Don Matheson Acclaimed As Huron-Bruce Provincial Nominee 11/27/2017
Matheson will represent Liberals in Huron-Bruce in upcoming provincial election. this story contains audio!
STORM Peewee Girls To Hit the Ice on Parliament Hill 11/27/2017
The Ziegler Castle Lumber Saugeen Shores Peewee HL girls’ team is off to play hockey in Ottawa. this story contains audio!
What's Good for the Goose, Not So for the Waterfront 11/27/2017
Saugeen Shores Council looking to curb the Canada Geese problem along the waterfront areas.
Police Launch Vulnerable Persons Registry 11/27/2017
The new registry will give responding officers quick access to vital information.
Saugeen Shores Wants Hotel Chain  11/23/2017
Town wants to provide more accommodation as business begins to boom. this story contains audio!
Bike Friendly Endorsement For Saugeen Shores 11/19/2017
Manager of the bike friendly community program continues work to make municipality even more bike friendly
Arson and Vandalism in Southampton  11/19/2017
Charges laid following arson and incident of vandalism at a Southampton residence Friday.
Council Votes Against More Beach Raking  11/16/2017
Saugeen Shores will keep the same amount of beach raking despite requests for more. this story contains audio!
Missing Woman From Saugeen Shores Found. 11/15/2017
Police say Courtney Murawsky who went missing Sunday is okay.
New Pool Could Cost A Bundle 11/14/2017
Costs are going up for a new aquatics centre in Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
Arson Charges After Southampton Shed Fire 11/13/2017
24-year-old Sarnia man arrested and charged after allegedly starting blaze, vandalizing property
Fairy Tale Ball Helps Kick Off Light The Way Campaign 11/13/2017
Sunday marked the official start to the Saugeen Memorial Hospital's Annual Fundraising Campaign. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Shores Remembers 11/12/2017
Hundreds turned out for services in Southampton and Port Elgin this story contains audio!
Economic Development Report Card 11/12/2017
Bruce County has come out with its first ever Economic Development Report Card. this story contains audio!
SMHF Donation 11/12/2017
Over $1,300 donated to the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation from a concert
Exec Slams Ontario Health System  11/10/2017
The Executive Director of Ontario Health Coalition says Ontario is moving in the wrong direction this story contains audio!
Beach Water Testing to be Reduced Next Year 11/9/2017
The Health Unit is going to reduce lake water testing frequency next year to once a month but expand the number of beaches that are tested. this story contains audio!
Innovation & Economic Development at the Forefront 11/9/2017
Bruce Power and Bruce County hosted the 2nd Annual Economic Summit, held November 7th in Walkerton. this story contains audio!
Bruce County Economic Report Card 11/8/2017
Brockton is 1st followed by Ripley, Kincardine, Port Elgin and Southampton. this story contains audio!
Local Thefts In Excess of $20K, Local Man Charged 11/7/2017
A 42-year-old Saugeen Shores man faces a slew of charges in probe of a rash of Break, Enter and Thefts in Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
Big 40th Celebration for Coliseum 11/6/2017
The facility celebrated 40-years of serving the community with lots of activities on Saturday, November 4th. this story contains audio!
Marine Terracing Affecting Local Beaches 11/6/2017
"Marine Terracing" creates shelf-like shorelines when high waves continually batter sandy coasts. this story contains audio!
A Time To Remember at Bruce County Museum 11/3/2017
This year (December 6th 2017) marks the 100th Anniversary of the devastating Halifax Harbour Explosion. this story contains audio!
Local Real Estate Goes Platinum for Gran Fondo 11/2/2017
RE/MAX Land Exchange steps up to become Platinum sponsors of the 70K bike ride for the inaugural next summer. this story contains audio!
Community Has Lost a Good One 11/1/2017
Tom Trafelet, who owned Weiss Taxi in Southampton for 47 yrs. passed away Monday. this story contains audio!
Halloween Safety Tips From OPP 10/31/2017
Bright-coloured costumes, travelling in groups among tips from provincial police this Halloween.
Town Reluctant to Renew Full OCWA Contract 10/27/2017
Saugeen Shores wants a one year deal, instead of the usual five with OCWA this story contains audio!
2017 Poppy Campaign Underway 10/27/2017
The Royal Canadian Legion's Annual Poppy Campaign begins today. this story contains audio!
Busy year for Saugeen Rail Trail Association 10/27/2017
Officials say they have been upgrading parts of the rail trail and enhancing the landscaping this story contains audio!
Southampton baseball diamond upgrades on hold 10/24/2017
Saugeen Shores council votes down pre-budget approval of $45,000 for Jubilee Park work
Household Hazardous Waste Day 10/21/2017
Southampton Works Yard will be open for the last collection of the year from 9am until noon.
Mexico Donations Honour Local Farmers 10/18/2017
Museum is taking Red Cross donations for the duration of an exhibit on migrant workers.
New Developments Before Planning Committee 10/17/2017
Saugeen Shores Planning committee has received applications for new developments. this story contains audio!
Gearing Up to Light The Way 10/17/2017
The Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation Light The Way Campaign starts Nov. 12th, 2017. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Bluffs Maple Syrup Festival Deferred 10/16/2017
Organizers say they've operated at a loss for the past two years this story contains audio!
TVO Documentary in Final Stages 10/16/2017
Most of the filming has wrapped up and it's now on to the editing stage. this story contains audio!
2nd Refugee Family to Arrive Thursday 10/11/2017
The Saugeen Shores Refugee Fund group will welcome a second family to the area this week. this story contains audio!
Glow Rider Bike Event This Weekend 10/6/2017
The free family fun event goes Saturday evening at Nodwell Park in Port Elgin. this story contains audio!

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