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Financial Review Clears Police 02/8/2011
Owen Sound Chief Tom Kaye says the police service has been exonerated. this story contains audio!
Mayor's Lunch set for tomorrow. 02/8/2011
The Owen Sound Chamber of Commerce is inviting mayors to lunch at the Days Inn. this story contains audio!
Catholic board hammers out transportation deal. 02/8/2011
Bruce Grey Catholic school board has worked out a 3 year transportation deal on busing. this story contains audio!
Beach 1 Update 02/8/2011
receivers to brief Wasaga
Meaford Wins Provincial Award 02/7/2011
Meaford wins honours in Product Development and Business Retention and Expansion.
Recreation Fees On The Rise 02/6/2011
A two per cent increase will impact everything from and ice time to programming costs. this story contains audio!
Steam Generator Plan Approved 02/5/2011
Bruce Power has been go-ahead to transport 16 decommissioned steam generators. this story contains audio!
Modelling Forum Educates the Pretty 02/5/2011
Michelle Miller is hosting a forum to help aspiring models avoid being scammed. this story contains audio!
Auction for Company's Assets 02/4/2011
Assets of Barber Glass will be auctioned off.
Date Confirmed For Store Closing 02/4/2011
We now have more information on closing of Giant Tiger store in Wasaga Beach.
New Website For Grey Bruce 02/4/2011
Invest-in-grey-bruce.com was unveiled Thursday at the Bruce County Council meeting. this story contains audio!
Layoffs in Owen Sound 02/3/2011
Two manufacturers in Owen Sound are losing business -- and cutting staff. this story contains audio!
Giant Tiger To Close 02/3/2011
The rumours you may have heard about Giant Tiger in Wasaga Beach are true.
Mayor Holds Development Meeting 02/3/2011
Owen Sound Mayor wants developers to know the city is open for business. this story contains audio!
Funds for Economic Study 02/3/2011
Saugeen Shores receives funding to help grow the local economy this story contains audio!
Phoney Money at Store 02/3/2011
You may want to check money before you head out to do your shopping or errands.
Snow Day, Schools Close 02/2/2011
Day off for thousands of students, exams pushed back to Friday, all activities cancelled.
Big Drug Bust in London 02/2/2011
Police arrest two people, net two million dollars worth of drugs.
Hayter's Turkey Expanding 02/2/2011
Ontario sends 350 thousand dollars to help with expansion of Turkey operations.
OMB Hearing for Tim Horton's 02/1/2011
OMB Pre Hearing to be held Wednesday over development that includes Tim Horton's this story contains audio!
Paid Parking in Lots on Hold 02/1/2011
Shoppers in downtown Collingwood are getting another break.
Former Collingwood Library Sold 02/1/2011
Unanimous decision by Collingwood Councillors to sell library to Admiral developer.
New Look for McDonald's 02/1/2011
Three McDonald's Restaurants will get makeover while new Breakfast Biscuit launched. this story contains audio!
Money Talk in Collingwood 01/31/2011
Council will look at parking, sale of former library property and Georgian College request. this story contains audio!
OPP Conduct Satisfaction Surveys 01/31/2011
Telephone survey asks for public opinion about OPP service in ommunities they serve. this story contains audio!
Opposition To Quarry Plans 01/29/2011
Standing room only at meeting about a huge Gravel Pit south of Wasaga Beach.
Vicki Turned Away by Willie 01/29/2011
Coal Shed Willie Restaurant is primary food vendor at Willie Festival, but draws anger. this story contains audio!
Wiarton Man Faces Assault Charges 01/29/2011
43 year old Wiarton man is appearing in court charged with two counts of assault.
Attack Host Erie This Weekend 01/28/2011
Eat Your Heart Out Highlight
Milestone for Bruce Power 01/28/2011
Bruce Power finishes installing 480 fuel channels in Unit 2 reactor in Tiverton. this story contains audio!
MPP Demands Hydro Answers 01/28/2011
Jim Wilson wants answers on hydro debt retirement charge. this story contains audio!
Bruce Telecom Turns 100 01/28/2011
Bruce Telecom is celebrating its 100th year in business this year. this story contains audio!
Recycling Pays Off 01/27/2011
Bruce Area Solid Waste Recycling has 600 thousand dollar surplus in 2010. this story contains audio!
Top Cop Wants More Tasers 01/27/2011
Owen Sound Chief Tom Kaye says every front line officer should have a taser. this story contains audio!
Bruce Power Fined 01/26/2011
Bruce Power fined 80 thousand dollars after worker was injured in 2008. this story contains audio!
United Way Restructuring 01/25/2011
South Georgian Bay Chapter will use Barrie offices to do work.
Bruce Power Seeks Retail Licence 01/24/2011
Bruce Power has applied to Ontario Energy Board for an electricity retailer licence. this story contains audio!
No Future for Coliseum? 01/24/2011
Owen Sound prepared to demolish Coliseum unless groups come forward with plan. this story contains audio!
Bruce Telecom Scam 01/23/2011
Bruce Telecom says not in home alarm system, after residents receive call from scammer. this story contains audio!
Walk For Memories Set 01/23/2011
Pledge Kits available for Alzheimer's Walk for Memories in Grey Bruce on Saturday. this story contains audio!
Restaurant Charged 01/22/2011
Downtown Barrie restaurant charged for allegedly refusing to let blind woman eat.
Looking for Federal Support 01/21/2011
Bruce Power CEO says federal government needs to make up mind about nuclear power. this story contains audio!
Anger Over Methadone Clinic 01/21/2011
Several business people say they will close doors because of methadone clinic.
High Dividend for Bruce Telecom 01/20/2011
Bruce Telecom will pay Kincardine one million dollars in 2011. this story contains audio!
Planning for the Future 01/20/2011
Grey County begins process, looks at various issues, for new strategic plan. this story contains audio!
MacLean Engineering Expands 01/20/2011
Mining manufacturer has called back workers and will add more employees in 2011. this story contains audio!
Councillors Bring Back Lunch 01/20/2011
Taxpayers will pay for Huron Councillors lunch, but not as pricey as in 2009.
Hanover Happy with Canada Post 01/19/2011
Mayor says Canada Post decision to relocate downtown will help businesses. this story contains audio!
Vehicles Stolen As Warming Up 01/19/2011
OPP report two vehicles were stolen as the vehicles were 'warming up' in the cold.
Optimism at Pine River Cheese 01/18/2011
Business could back to normal at Pine River Cheese in April after devastating fire. this story contains audio!

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