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Huntsville family loses home in fire. 12/16/2018
House destroyed but occupants and pets escape.
Bruce County Native Appointed Archbishop in Newfoundland 12/16/2018
Peter Hunt grew up in Carlsruhe this story contains audio!
Gran Fondo Gets Gold Sponsor 12/15/2018
Laveer Engineering steps up its support of cycling event this story contains audio!
Radiothon Blasts Past Fundraising Goal  12/14/2018
98 The Beach Light The Way Radiothon had a goal of $50,000 & raised $75,000 this story contains audio!
Moreston By Candlelight  12/14/2018
Visitors can travel back in time to a village Christmas all aglow with candles. this story contains audio!
Using Tech To Get Tourists  12/13/2018
Suageen Shores Chamber looks at e-displays, renewable parking, interactive maps. 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
Local Resident to Open Bowling Business 12/11/2018
That style of new bowling alley and entertainment facility is coming to Orangeville in 2019.
Radiothon Hockey Game  12/11/2018
98 The Beach hockey game to raise money for the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation this story contains audio!
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!
Public Health Says Social Assistance Is The Answer To Food Insecurity Issue  12/10/2018
Public Health Grey Bruce says Canada’s Food Price Report 2019 is troubling. this story contains audio!
Thornbury's Olde Fashioned Christmas  12/8/2018
There will be carriage rides, carollers and chestnuts roasting this weekend.
Many Gather For Women's Vigil in Port Elgin 12/7/2018
Coulter Parkette vigil remembers 14 women killed by gunman at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique
Midland Man Found Safe 12/6/2018
Robert (Bobby) Issacs was found in Midland on Thursday.
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.
November Child Porn Probes Result In 122 Arrests In Ontario 12/5/2018
Owen Sound man among those charged
November Child Porn Probes Result In 122 Arrests In Ontario 12/5/2018
OPP say suspects include former and current teachers, members of the military and more this story contains audio!
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.
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!
Family Still Looks For Answers In Niram Shouldice's Death 12/5/2018
Please Bring Me Home founder Nick Oldrieve hopes to find out why Shouldice died. this story contains audio!
Mom with Ties to Port Elgin Fighting Leukemia Shortly After Giving Birth 12/5/2018
Andrea Cardin gave birth to her 2nd child, James on November 21st but only a week earlier, she was diagnosed with pre-leukemia, which has progressed quickly to Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML).
Saugeen Shores Council Sworn In  12/4/2018
Saugeen Shores' new council is now in place. this story contains audio!
New Shelburne Council Sworn-In 12/4/2018
Mayor Wade Mills says the first meeting was short and a good way to get the new councillors set up.
Go Fund Me Set Up Following House Fire 12/4/2018
Four injured in house fire Monday afternoon on Fleming Way in Shelburne.
CFOS Sun Times Christmas Fund Broadcast A Success 12/3/2018
This year's annual broadcast has so far raised $19,619 for local charities.
New Collingwood Council Sworn In 12/3/2018
Collingwood council for the next four years has been sworn in.
Huron Health Unit Promotes Contest To Quit Smoking 12/3/2018
The "wouldurather" contest offers prizes up to $2,500 for those looking to kick the habit.
Ammonia Removed From Goderich's Memorial Arena 12/3/2018
Staff say arena can still be used, but ice surface is no more due to loss of ammonia.
Inaugural for South Bruce Peninsula Council 12/3/2018
Mayor Jackson says the municipality is "right on the brink of a lot of growth and prosperity." this story contains audio!
Cubs for Cancer Generates $ 40.000+ 11/30/2018
Interview with Allison Taylor of Bluewater Office for Canadian Cancer Society this story contains audio!
Goderich Youth Council Holds Kids Pop-Up Shop 11/30/2018
Market will help kids shop for Christmas gifts, wrap them, and surprise parents for under $20. this story contains audio!
Sally Kidson Retires  11/30/2018
The Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation Director is passing the torch. this story contains audio!
15 Year Old Charged, After Joyride Through Clinton 11/28/2018
OPP say two 15 year olds took car without permission during weekend joyride.
Pedestrian Fatally Injured By Car In Port Elgin 11/28/2018
A 60-year-old woman has died after being struck by a vehicle outside of Rexall Pharmacy.
Trim The Tree With Hope 11/27/2018
Campaign underway at Hanover and District Hospital this story contains audio!
Hanover Hospital Kicks Off Trim the Tree With Hope Campaign 11/26/2018
Two 12-foot tall trees will be on display to raise money to purchase an ultrasound machine. this story contains audio!
Habitat Celebrate First Build on First Nation's Reserve 11/26/2018
Four homes are on the Neyaashiiningmiing reserve in hopes of more residents get into home ownership this story contains audio!
Walkerton Santa Claus Parade 11/24/2018
Annual event begins at 7 p.m. this story contains audio!
Prayer Walkers Honoured With Peace Medallion 11/23/2018
This year's recipients of the YMCA Grey Bruce Peace Medallion walking for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. this story contains audio!
Goderich Flyers Host Annual Pyjama Toss Match 11/23/2018
Flyers will host Mitchell Hawks for annual pyjama toss, to benefit Huron Christmas Bureau
South Huron Looks For Feedback On Recreation Centre 11/23/2018
Officials host focus groups to get input on needs of future facility.
Nominations Open For 2019 Inspiring Women In Huron Awards 11/21/2018
Nominations for inspiring women must be submitted by January 31st, 2019.
Wes For Youth Hockey Tournament Underway 11/20/2018
Action will be spread out across different venues including: Walkerton, Durham & Mildmay. this story contains audio!
Huron County Business Asked To Pay $17.44 Living Wage 11/20/2018
Libro Credit Union says living wage helps retain staff, keep positive work culture. this story contains audio!
Outgoing Owen Sound Deputy Mayor, Councillors Honoured 11/20/2018
Arlene Wright, Jim McManaman and Peter Lemon recognized in special tribute as term comes to end this story contains audio!
Province Applauds Bruce Power  11/19/2018
Says Bruce Power is becoming the template for what a large company should be. this story contains audio!

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