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Honda Production Slowed 11/15/2011
Flooding in Thailand responsible for slowdown, but expected to end in December.
Money for United Way 11/14/2011
Bruce Power donates almost 400 thousand dollars to United Way of Bruce Grey. this story contains audio!
Attack Win Important Games 11/14/2011
But Owen Sound gets no help from other results around the league.
Charges Laid In Break-in 11/14/2011
Collingwood Blue Mountains OPP charged young person in break in at business.
Thieves Hit Businesses 11/14/2011
South Bruce OPP investigating break-ins in Walkerton and in Lucknow.
Alliance Attacks Bruce Power 11/12/2011
Ontario Clean Air Alliance complains about cost overruns for Bruce A restart. this story contains audio!
Crabby Joe's a hit in Exeter 11/12/2011
New eatery compounds traffic tie-ups in Exeter
Police Help Food Drive 11/12/2011
Owen Sound Police Auxiliary Unit at Wal Mart today collecting for food drive.
Cameron Into Second Round 11/12/2011
Collingwood School could be in for 100 thousand dollars in Aviva competition.
Remembrance Day 11/11/2011
Thousands attend legions, cenotaphs in our region today in honour of fallen soldiers. this story contains audio!
Rash of Break Ins 11/11/2011
Several homes and businesses have been hit by thieves over the last week.
Low Frequency Noise Recommendations 11/10/2011
Committee still waiting on an MOE study for further information for low frequency noise.
Money for Around the Sound 11/9/2011
Fundraising effort nearly complete, but process to open business again stalled this story contains audio!
Council Wants LCBO Downtown 11/8/2011
LCBO says it has outgrown downtown location, but Council wants to change their mind this story contains audio!
New LCBO Store Rising 11/8/2011
The new 12 thousand square foot building will be open in the spring.
Westario Rebate for School Board 11/8/2011
Nearly 80 thousand dollars will go to the Bluewater District School Board.
Changes to Exeter's Community Improvement Plan 11/8/2011
Residents can offer comment at a November 17th public meeting
Bruce Power Shutdown Means More Jobs 11/7/2011
One thousand contract workers will be at Bruce nuclear for six months work. this story contains audio!
No Camping at Lobie's Park 11/6/2011
Walkerton's picturesque Lobie's Park won't be transformed into a campground. this story contains audio!
Golden Olive Oil 11/6/2011
An Owen Sound family is producing gold olive oil. this story contains audio!
Sobering Message About Goderich 11/5/2011
Toronto-based landscape architect says its time to move forward this story contains audio!
Grew Boats Auction Approved 11/4/2011
A court has given the receiver the green light to sell off the remaining assets this month.
Kincardine Groups Work Together 11/4/2011
Memorandum of understanding aims at addressing the needs of Kincardine residents. this story contains audio!
"Sophisticated" Grow-Op Put Out of Business 11/4/2011
Police say homeowners returned while a search warrant was being executed
Collingwood Kindness Day 11/4/2011
people asked to perform random acts of kindness
Mayor Expects Revitalization Funding File to Move Forward 11/3/2011
Deb Shewfelt says the application will likely be revisited when the Legislature reconvenes
By-Laws Clear Red Tape 11/3/2011
Council has passed several by-laws that make it easier for home and business owners to rebuild.
Hanover Hospital Gets Money 11/3/2011
The 1.8 per cent increase will help as cost of doing business continues to rise. this story contains audio!
Natural Gas, A Natural Fit 11/3/2011
It appears just about everyone near Kincardine wants to go to Natural Gas for heating this story contains audio!
No Sightings of Big Canoe 11/3/2011
Chi Cheemaun dry docked for its five year hull inspection and servicing. this story contains audio!
Repairs to Harbour Wall Complete 11/2/2011
Transport Canada officials doing final inspection of four months worth of work
Brockton Businessman on Sex Offender Registry 11/2/2011
James Wakeford sentenced to 8 months in jail for trying to procure underage girls for sex.
Shoplifters Caught on Highway 26 11/2/2011
Two Toronto women face charges after stealing from Collingwood business
Second Auction for Grew Boats 11/1/2011
BDO Canada wants to auction off the remaining assets on November 17th.
Owen Sound Looks at Kenny Drain 11/1/2011
3.5 million dollars will need to be spent upgrading drainage on the city's east side. this story contains audio!
Streetscape Plan in Port Elgin 11/1/2011
Streetscape plan implemented over several years to improving downtown Port Elgin. this story contains audio!
Honda Cuts Production 10/31/2011
Production at Honda Alliston plant is being affected by yet another natural disaster.
Health Unit Amends Smoke Free Spaces 10/31/2011
The Grey Bruce Health Unit says its bylaw is a work in progress. this story contains audio!
New Business Coming To Port Elgin 10/31/2011
Former Jangles Restaurant property is getting a major makeover. this story contains audio!
Wow Factor for Tourists 10/29/2011
Tourism operators, businesses are told to create Wow factor to bring back visitors. this story contains audio!
Chamber Honours Business 10/28/2011
MacLean Engineering and Hair Body and Soul take home top Business of Year awards. this story contains audio!
Talisman Sale On Track 10/27/2011
Council denies request from TD Bank, tax sale of Talisman Resort will in November. this story contains audio!
Business Still Feel Tornado 10/27/2011
Huron Chamber reports aftermath of tornado continues to be felt by merchants.
Dragon's Den Winners 10/27/2011
Fresh Gear, Natural Salts, Remedies and Portable Water among the top business ideas. this story contains audio!
Chamber Awards Gala Tonight 10/27/2011
Record number of nominations for 21st annual Owen Sound Chamber Awards.
Tourism Conference Today 10/26/2011
Grey Bruce Regional Tourism Board hosts meeting, theme is 'Sense the WOW.'
Dragon's Den in Meaford 10/26/2011
Seven people will pitch their business ideas to five business people at Meaford Hall. this story contains audio!
Bag Tags Cost More, Look Same 10/25/2011
Owen Sound Council approves $2.50 fee, and the tag will remain the same. this story contains audio!
Bayshore Broadcasting Afternoon Sports 10/25/2011
Oct 25, 2011 this story contains audio!
Brown Wins Softball Canada Award 10/25/2011
Interview with Tara Fastball Player Austin Brown this story contains audio!

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