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Fire at Elmvale House 09/15/2011
Seven people including five children left homeless after fire at rental home.
Mom Fights Bus Stop 09/14/2011
Holly Brindley is getting support in her fight to change school bus pickup and drop off. this story contains audio!
Black Bear in Kincardine 09/14/2011
A black is spotted in Kincardine, residents reminded to clear property of garbage.
Smoke Smell Blankets Area 09/13/2011
Residents across the region smell smoke burning from Northern Ontario, Minnesota.
End Old Style Pedestrian Crossings 09/13/2011
CFUW claims drivers ignore crosswalks and changes are needed in Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
Fire Destroys Oliphant Home 09/13/2011
Damage is pegged at 300 thousand dollars after lightning touches off blaze. this story contains audio!
Out of Storm Benefit 09/13/2011
Tornado Benefit will take place of Taste of Huron events and West Coast Bluesfest. this story contains audio!
Police ID Dead Swimmers 09/12/2011
Two brothers from Alliston identified as Marengeur's, died while swimming at Grotto.
Assault Case Closed 09/12/2011
Police say incident no longer being investigated as alleged assault.
Brothers Drown at Grotto 09/11/2011
Alliston brothers drown while swimming Saturday at Bruce Peninsula National Park.
WiFi Hits Campaign 09/9/2011
Provincial Party Leaders comment on wireless internet in schools.
Fire Hits Highview Restaurant 09/9/2011
Fire officials credit an improvised sprinkler system with preventing more serious damage.
Courthouse Remains Closed 09/8/2011
It could be two months before services resume at Courthouse in Goderich. this story contains audio!
Collingwood School Yanks Wifi 09/8/2011
Private school says hard wired is faster, with no worries for students and parents.
House Fire in Minesing 09/8/2011
More than 150 thousand dollars damage done by fire, no one home at the time.
Garage Fire in Wiarton 09/7/2011
Fire and Blast destroys four bay garage, 71 year old man sustains burned.
Strike Continues at Colleges 09/6/2011
Support workers walking picket lines at Georgian College as students return.
School Safety 09/6/2011
Police remind motorists, parents, kids about back to school safety. this story contains audio!
Moving Into New School 09/6/2011
Students from Colborne Central are adaping to new surroundings at Victoria Public.
Dogs Bite Boy 09/6/2011
Grey Bruce Health Unit looking for owner of two dogs that bit a boy in Walkerton.
House Fire Near Walkerton 09/5/2011
No one injured but Dunning family loses everything after farm house destroyed by fire.
Bridge Repairs Needed 09/5/2011
Bridge repairs needed and will be done on Jewel Bridge behind Amabel Sauble School. this story contains audio!
More Police On Roads 09/3/2011
OPP say they'll do all they can to keep fatality and injury stats down this weekend.
Three Hurt In Construction Accident 09/3/2011
Labour Ministry called to investigate accident that sent two people to the hospital.
Commercial Vehicles Pulled From Road 09/3/2011
Police have taken dangerous commercial vehicles off road in time for the long weekend.
Kelso Beach Closed Again 09/2/2011
One day after giving all clear, the health unit closes the Owen Sound beach.
Mass Volunteer Clean-Up 09/2/2011
Hundreds of people expected to take part in clean-up in Benmiller.
Bear Spotted in Mildmay 09/2/2011
Small Black Bear reported to the MNR on Thursday.
Emergency Remains in Goderich 09/1/2011
Mayor says they are being cautious and will keep state of tornado emergency in place. this story contains audio!
OHL Announces Changes 09/1/2011
OHL players will wear soft cap shoulder and elbow pads for the 2011-12 season.
Work Continues to Restart Sifto 09/1/2011
Still no word on when employees can get back to work. this story contains audio!
Kelso Beach Okay to Swim 09/1/2011
The all clear has been given for swimming at Kelso after new tests of the water.
Speeds Reduced near Thornbury 09/1/2011
Posted speeds have been cut from 80 to 70 kilometres an hour on Highway 26.
Goderich Tornado Coverage 09/1/2011
Here are more links to photos and coverage of Sunday's devastating tornado.
Millions to Close Walkerton Jail 08/31/2011
Save Our Jail Committee study claims it will cost 4.7 million to close Walkerton Jail. this story contains audio!
Volunteer Meet-Up 08/31/2011
Grassroots organization holds infor meeting on how volunteers can help after tornado.
Goderich Hydro Debunks Rumours 08/31/2011
Goderich Hydro will not charge customers for time spent without hydro after tornado.
Fire Hall Land Secured 08/31/2011
Another step towards a new fire hall in Wasaga Beach.
OPP Office Re-Opens 08/31/2011
Huron OPP will re-open office in Goderich on Wednesday.
Drain Water Meters 08/31/2011
South Bruce Peninsula will send out instructions on draining water meters. this story contains audio!
Dogs Seized in Oliphant 08/30/2011
47 dogs have been seized from a home near Oliphant, charges are pending. this story contains audio!
Rescues on Lake Huron 08/28/2011
Six people rescued without injury after getting into trouble on Lake Huron near Kincardine.
Missing Teen Found 08/28/2011
A missing Port McNicoll teen is home safe and sound.
SPCA Pet Registry 08/27/2011
The SPCA is documenting pets lost or left at Ground Zero in Goderich after tornado.
Bus Rider Program for Kids 08/27/2011
It's a chance for first time riders to get acquainted with buses and safety procedures.
BMO Celebrates in Teeswater 08/26/2011
BMO branch opened in 1911 and residents were treated to free food and drinks today.
Vehicles Removed in Goderich 08/25/2011
Vehicles damaged or destroyed in Sunday's tornado have now been removed.
Bear Spotted in City 08/25/2011
Small black bear spotted Tuesday night in Owen Sound, MNR says not unusual.
Goderich Businesses Hit Hard 08/24/2011
Chamber of Commerce reports 75 per cent of businesses affected by tornado. this story contains audio!
Hotline for Sifto Employees 08/24/2011
Hotlines are now set up for worker information as Sifto gets direct hit from tornado. this story contains audio!

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