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Council Closer To Opening Door To Ride Sharing Services 07/20/2018
The ride sharing company will be required to have their drivers go through vulnerable sector checks. this story contains audio!
Hanover Facade Improvement Grant 07/19/2018
Hanover is doling out 25,500 in grant money to local businesses, artists & Launch Pad. this story contains audio!
Unoccupied Business Is An Attraction 07/19/2018
Two suspects sought in connection with break-in.
Crying Foul Over Green Energy Cancellations  07/19/2018
Head of solar lobby group has doubts about Ontario's move to cancel 758 energy contracts. this story contains audio!
Suspects Like Bright Colours 07/19/2018
Several Midland businesses tagged with red and hot pink spray paint.
Uber Gets Green Light To Operate In Orillia 07/18/2018
Uber suggests it may take a pass on the city if certain bylaw requirement is allowed to remain. this story contains audio!
Harrison Park Pool Re-Opens. 07/18/2018
Repairs and upgrades are complete and swimmers can jump in the water again. this story contains audio!
Goderich Councillor Relieved Salt Mine Strike Has Ended 07/17/2018
Trevor Bazinet says ratification of new contract at Compass Minerals good for workers and community. this story contains audio!
Assault Charge In Grey Highlands 07/16/2018
OPP say a 35 year old man allegedly assaulted a business owner.
United Way Has A New Backpack Coordinator  07/16/2018
Recent St. Mary's grad Sarah Raynsford will head up the effort to equip local kids with school gear. this story contains audio!
Walkerton To Have A Brighter Christmas  07/16/2018
$26,000 worth of Christmas lights will light up the downtown this year. this story contains audio!
7ACRES Celebrates Expansion 07/16/2018
7ACRES will employ around 600 people in the next few years. They currently employ around 180 people. this story contains audio!
Goderich Salt Mine Strike Is Over 07/16/2018
Union voted to ratify deal on Monday sending 340 workers back to work.
Trash Receptacles for Saugeen River 07/15/2018
New initiative to help keep river clean
10th Annual Island Lake Bass Derby 07/13/2018
Everybody is invited out to the 10th annual Island Lake Bass Derby
Cop Injured, Woman Arrested 07/13/2018
An OPS cruiser was run off the road when the officer tried to stop the suspect.
Middleton Selects George Brown 07/13/2018
Saugeen Shores Pitcher To Play Ontario College Baseball
Negotiations To Continue Friday Between Compass Minerals And Striking Salt Miners 07/13/2018
Unifor says progress was made, as talks resumed to end 11 week labour dispute.
Port Elgin Train Station Officially For Sale 07/12/2018
You can buy the entire business for $499,000, or just the train and tracks for $299,000. this story contains audio!
Low Water Advisory Issued For Bayfield River 07/12/2018
ABCA says water levels in some parts of Huron at lowest point in 20 years. this story contains audio!
Talks To Resume In Strike At Compass Minerals In Goderich 07/11/2018
Compass agrees to talks with Unifor members, following recent strike escalation at Goderich salt mine.
Council Agrees To Sign Non-Binding Letter Of Intent With Developer 07/10/2018
Wasaga Beach Mayor calls downtown project realistic and sustainable. this story contains audio!
Turn Bruce Blue Campaign For Gran Fondo  07/10/2018
Charity bike ride organizers want people to paint the town blue in Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
MPP Walker To Be Conservative Party Whip 07/9/2018
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker has been asked to be party whip instead of house speaker. this story contains audio!
Plans To Spruce Up Saugeen Shores Website 07/9/2018
Council will consider spending $39,000 to give its web page a facelift. this story contains audio!
Ontario Education Minister Lays Out Priorities 07/9/2018
Lisa Thompson says revisiting EQAO testing, sex education, rural school closures on to-do list. this story contains audio!
Unemployment Level Dips In The Area. 07/8/2018
Bruce, Grey, Huron and Perth Counties have the lowest level in the province.
Communities In Bloom 07/8/2018
The Town of Orangeville is preparing for a very important visit this week.
Break and Enter Suspect Arrested 07/6/2018
Brampton man arrested after four Orangeville businesses were broken into.
Attack Hire Yakabuski 07/6/2018
New Community Relations Coordinator
Reports of CRA Scam Continue 07/6/2018
Owen Sound Police say people continue to be targeted by fraudsters
Construction at OSDSS  07/6/2018
School undergoing major outdoor reconfiguration -- losing two tennis courts
Huron County Awaiting Broadband Funding Announcement 07/6/2018
Elected officials awaiting word on $16M contribution for $32M project to expand high-speed internet. this story contains audio!
Striking Goderich Salt Mine Workers Block Access Road 07/5/2018
Pallets now blocking road to keep replacement workers from entering property, as strike enters 11th week. this story contains audio!
Heat Wave To End 07/5/2018
However, forecast for next week shows return of scorching temperatures
Walker Mulling Run at Speaker 07/5/2018
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP says he's gauging support after being encouraged by members to seek Chair this story contains audio!
Summer Company Program Launches 07/4/2018
A number of local students are starting their own businesses this summer.
Local Businessman Dies At 88.  07/4/2018
Earl Georgas of Owen Sound is in the local music hall of fame, and sports hall of fame.
Huron East Officials Hope Bike Lanes Spread Around Huron 07/4/2018
Economic Development Officer wants to see Huron County become more bike-friendly. this story contains audio!
Options For A New OSMH 07/3/2018
Community town hall to review options for new hospital.
Effort to Revitalize Former RCAF Base 07/2/2018
Huron East official believes it could provide boost to Vanastra tourism
Union Workers Get Wizard Tickets  06/30/2018
Transfigured Town Inc, donating $10,000 for Festival of Wizardry tickets to UNIFOR 16-0. this story contains audio!
Communities in Bloom Winners Announced 06/30/2018
The showcase leads up to the national Communities in Bloom competition.
Bloomin' Garden Showcase Winners Announced 06/29/2018
The showcase leads up to the national Communities in Bloom competition.
SMART kiosk at Port of Orillia 06/29/2018
First phase of Smart City pilot project launched between City of Orillia and Bell.
UPDATED-It's The Heat And The Humidity 06/29/2018
Environment Canada says this will be the most significant heat event in the past few years.
(UPDATED) Heat Warning In Effect, Cooling Centres Open 06/29/2018
Environment Canada says this will be the most significant heat event in the past few years.
New Extrication Tools For Hanover Fire 06/28/2018
Firefighters raised more than $40K
Gas Leak in Beeton 06/28/2018
Gas leak prompts evacuation of Main Street in Beeton between Tecumseth Street and Centre Street.
Hot Stuff Updated 06/28/2018
Heat and humidity to last through the Canada Day weekend, cooling centres opening.

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