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Saugeen Shores Rail Trail Association Seeks Funds 12/12/2018
Incoming chair makes request to town for $15K in 2019 this story contains audio!
Dinner To Help Those Struggling With Addiction 12/12/2018
Boston Pizza is partnering with The Addict's Attic in Owen Sound tonight.
Thieves Steal Frozen Food In Dashwood 12/12/2018
OPP say restaurant along Main Street robbed of frozen food.
Trans Day of Remembrance Act Passed 1 Year Ago Today 12/12/2018
We now hold a moment of silence every year on November 20th.
Gibbons Joins Attack 12/12/2018
Alteration To OHL Club Business Structure
Duncan McCallum Honoured With Heritage Award 12/12/2018
The former Saugeen Shores councillor has dedicated years to highlighting heritage & culture. this story contains audio!
Coffee with the Chief 12/12/2018
Public to meet with Orangeville Police Chief Wayne Kalinski and Deputy Chief Leah Gilfoy on Thursday.
Radiothon For Hospitals Tomorrow 12/12/2018
The 98 The Beach Radiothon will start at 6 a.m. and raise money for hospitals. this story contains audio!
(UPDATED) Ford Government Sticking With Taverner 12/12/2018
Brad Blair has asked the province's ombudsman to investigate hiring of Ron Taverner as next OPP commissioner
Drug, Break-In Charges Laid Following Stop In Huron East 12/12/2018
OPP say suspect's vehicle contained drugs, car break-in instruments.
Officials From Sarnia To Tobermory To Discuss Coastal Health In Goderich 12/12/2018
Third annual municipal forum will discuss ways to work together on coastline management. this story contains audio!
Owen Sound Marijuana Discussion Looms 12/12/2018
Council to discuss opt-out at its next meeting as staff report comes forward this story contains audio!
Huron Health Unit Releases Interim Wind Study Report 12/11/2018
Report inconclusive, due to too few participants in local study on health effects of turbines.
Central Huron Man Charged In Months-Long Drug Bust 12/11/2018
Police say they received tip earlier this year about suspected trafficking.
Payraise Being Reviewed For Goderich Councillors 12/11/2018
Deputy Mayor say report follows move by Ottawa to tax councillor salaries more heavily. this story contains audio!
SBGHC Headed For $1.2-Million Deficit 12/11/2018
Interim CEO cites a number of areas organization is over budget including salaries, security and supplies
Over 43,000 Pounds Of Food Collected During Project Porchlight 12/10/2018
The 30th annual food drive was a huge success...
OPG in the Holiday Spirit of Giving 12/10/2018
$23,000 given to various Saugeen Shores community groups and initiatives.
Chesley Bridge May Be Named After Local Family  12/10/2018
The Chesley Main Street Bridge could soon be known as the Oswald Bridge. this story contains audio!
Goderich Mayor Lays Out Priorities For New Council 12/10/2018
Economic Development, environment, youth retention to be priorities at first town council meeting this story contains audio!
Huron County Economic Development Project Receive Funding From Province 12/10/2018
Progressive Conservative MPP, Education Minister Lisa Thompson announces funding for several groups.
A Program to Help Find Volunteers 12/9/2018
The United Way's iVolunteer tool averages abotu 500 searches a month since it started in 2016.
South West LHIN Using eShift to Ease Burden of Patient Care 12/9/2018
The platform allows a nurse to care for up to six home patients. this story contains audio!
Flyers Rally To Tie Walkerton 12/8/2018
Goderich recovered from a pair of two-goal deficits to deadlock the Hawks 3-3 in PJHL action this story contains audio!
Thornbury's Olde Fashioned Christmas  12/8/2018
There will be carriage rides, carollers and chestnuts roasting this weekend.
Festival in the Park 12/8/2018
The Fesitval of North Lights are hosting the event at Harrison Park this story contains audio!
Provincial Money Flows To Area Communities 12/7/2018
The provincial funding, totalling over $150,000, was approved for numerous local sectors....
Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board Appoints New Education Director 12/7/2018
Chris Roehrig name Education Director, and Secretary to the HPCDSB.
No Frills Coming to Tottenham 12/7/2018
A tribunal has ruled in favour of Ballymore Homes to build a new plaza centred around the grocery store.
Opening Of New Stayner Library Delayed 12/7/2018
Book September 2019 rather than next June. this story contains audio!
Hatch Opens New Location In Port Elgin 12/7/2018
Hatch is a key supplier for Bruce Power and its refurbishment. this story contains audio!
Brockton Pot Store Survey  12/7/2018
Brockton wants input on whether to opt in or out of having pot stores. this story contains audio!
Robertsons Rule  12/7/2018
Ontario Hockey League Thursday RoundUp
Goderich's New Deputy Mayor Says Housing Key To Town's Future 12/7/2018
Myles Murdock says he supports housing, economic development visions with new Mayor. this story contains audio!
Twolan Named Bruce County Warden 12/7/2018
Fifth term as warden for Huron-Kinloss mayor this story contains audio!
3rd Annual Gingerbread House Contest Returns To Goderich 12/6/2018
Non-perishable food items donated during contest benefit Salvation Army, St. Vincent de Paul food banks.
Retirement Party For David Inglis  12/6/2018
A celebration will be held in Walkerton for outgoing Mayor David Inglis. this story contains audio!
All In One Sports Report 12/6/2018
Country 93 at Leon's Today
Handgun Seized, Minor Charged Near Seaforth 12/6/2018
OPP say search of stolen SUV revealed loaded handgun.
Norton's NorthStars 12/6/2018
Interview with NorthStars President Adam McKeachnie this story contains audio!
Brockton Looks Local To Tackle Rural Sidewalk Concerns 12/6/2018
Municipality soliciting community solution to keep costs manageable
Bruce Power Not Too Concerned About Location Of Nuclear Institute 12/6/2018
Bruce Power shifts its focus from location to what the institute should be about. this story contains audio!
Police Costing, Infrastructure Among Issues For New Chatsworth Council 12/5/2018
New mayor Scott Mackey provides term outlook as council gets sworn-in for 2018-22 this story contains audio!
Caledon Council Sworn-In 12/5/2018
Mayor Allan Thompson and 8 councillors were officially appointed to their positions.
Goderich High School Students Look To Break Food Drive Record 12/5/2018
GDCI students will pick up food donations from porches, stoops Thursday during annual food drive. this story contains audio!
Shelburne Bids Farewell to Longtime Business 12/5/2018
Holmes Appliances and Music Shop is closing as owners Greg and Heather Holmes get ready to retire. this story contains audio!
Questions Raised Over Hiring Of New OPP Boss 12/5/2018
Premier Ford says he did not interfere in process of hiring of family friend.
Infrastructure Minister Promises More Attention For Rural Ontario 12/5/2018
Monte McNaughton made announcement during OPP ground-breaking in Clinton. this story contains audio!
Council Sworn In, Hicks Acclaimed as Warden 12/5/2018
The Deputy Mayor of Hanover is preaching balance and says he will be a cheerleader for the County. this story contains audio!
Information Session on Marijuana Use in Workplace 12/5/2018
The session aims to clear the air regarding what's allowed and what's not. this story contains audio!

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