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Tax Levy Projected To Rise 2.23% in Grey County 11/23/2018
Budget overview suggests an additional $1.8-million in tax revenue will be required
Lost Some Cash in Orangeville? 11/22/2018
Citizens found money at two locations in Orangeville and police are looking to give it back to the owners.
Numerous Mailboxes Damaged In Goderich 11/22/2018
OPP say a dozen cases of damaged mailboxes have been reported since October 24th.
Current Huron County Council Meets For Last Time 11/22/2018
Last county council session held, before new members meet December 12th. this story contains audio!
Walkerton May Miss Out On Christmas Lights 11/22/2018
The custom made lights that were ordered in June may not get there by Christmas. this story contains audio!
Nominations Open For 2019 Inspiring Women In Huron Awards 11/21/2018
Nominations for inspiring women must be submitted by January 31st, 2019.
Signs Cut Down In Chepstow  11/21/2018
OPP are investigating after community safety signs were cut down.
Wiarton Wants Nuclear Institute  11/21/2018
Mayor wants Bruce Power's Nuclear Innovation Institute to come to Wiarton. this story contains audio!
Too Few Sign Up For Huron County Wind Turbine Study 11/21/2018
Epidemiologist says only 113 of 1,000 needed participants took part in local wind turbine health study. this story contains audio!
DIA Restructuring Plans To Be Presented Tonight 11/21/2018
Public meeting at Bayshore Community Centre on 2019 budget, parking proposal this story contains audio!
Students Take Life-Changing Trip To Nunavut 11/21/2018
23 Walkerton students experienced the true north & developed a different understanding of community. this story contains audio!
Orillia Makes Culture Days Top 10 Lists 11/20/2018
Mayor Steve Clarke says Orillia is a wonderful creative hub on the national stage...
Jones Bridge Comes To South Huron Trail 11/20/2018
$50 thousand more in fundraising needed to complete pedestrian bridge.
Shelburne Looks at Changing Park Hours 11/20/2018
Council will explore a by-law option in the new year that would close parks between 11pm and 5am.
Proposed Maternity Home May Still Go Ahead 11/20/2018
Brockton Heritage Committee withdraws proposal to use old Walkerton Armoury. this story contains audio!
Another Driver Charged On Peninsula 11/20/2018
OPP say they have charged a 22 year old Owen Sound man after reports of speeding led to a failed breath test.
Saugeen Shores Council Looks At Pot Laws 11/20/2018
Town staff suggest putting the same restrictions on pot as the town has on alcohol. this story contains audio!
Has Elvis Worn Out His Welcome? 11/20/2018
Future of Collingwood Elvis Festival remains up in the air. this story contains audio!
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!
Progress on New Owen Sound Apartment Building 11/20/2018
Site plan approval given for six storey, 39-unit development
Collingwood Strategic Plan Meeting 11/19/2018
The town of Collingwood wants to hear your opinion of how it has met the needs outlined in its Strategic Plan.
Police Arrest Man Hiding In Woman's Closet 11/19/2018
A man was arrested in Hanover after violating an order not to contact a girlfriend. this story contains audio!
Inquest Into Death Of Goderich Salt Mine Worker On Hold 11/19/2018
Coroner says investigation into 2017 death of Darcy Clancy on hold, with more details to come.
Saugeen Shores Council May Get Pay Raise 11/19/2018
Consultant says councillors should be paid more after comparing with other towns. this story contains audio!
After-Hours Medical Clinic Opens 11/19/2018
The facility will be open Mondays, Thursdays and weekends, to start.
Jim Fergusson Vyes For Huron County Warden Job 11/19/2018
Fergusson says affordable housing, economic development would be his prorities, if elected Warden. this story contains audio!
Anti-Bullying Week Kicks Off In Ontario 11/19/2018
School boards across province to discuss bullying, and how to identify it.
The Crazy Game 11/19/2018
Interview with Former NHL All Star Netminder Clint Malarchuk this story contains audio!
YMCA to Announce Peace Medal Winner 11/18/2018
The medal will be awarded during Peace Week.
Saugeen Shores Continues Push For Bike Friendly Recognition 11/18/2018
Councillors receive report that reveals application fell short of official designation this story contains audio!
Brockton Releases Findings of Business Retention Study 11/17/2018
Four key issues are facing business in area
Owen Sound Rings In Christmas Season 11/17/2018
Annual Kiwanis Santa Claus Parade and Festival of Northern Lights kick-off take place today
Fire Department Helping Feed Residents of Saugeen Shores 11/17/2018
The annual food drive will take place on Saturday, November 17th from 10am-2pm this story contains audio!
Christmas Railcar Cafe In Owen Sound  11/17/2018
The 1953 CN Railcar will be decked out for the holidays with greenery and treats. this story contains audio!
Advanced Green Light in Shelburne 11/16/2018
Traffic easement in Shelburne is finally coming.
Food and Toy Drives Begin 11/16/2018
Shelburne Police and the Shelburne and District Fire Department collect toys and food for Christmas.
Santa Claus Parade Season Kicks Off 11/16/2018
The Moonlight Magic and Tractor Parade in Orangeville starts Friday night, Kin Club Santa Parade Saturday.
AMDSB To Conduct Identity-Based Survey Among Students 11/16/2018
K-to-12 will be asked to take part in survey discussing race, ethnicity, and sexuality.
Newcomer Investment Tour  11/16/2018
Investor Tour shows new Canadians potential business opportunities in the area. this story contains audio!
Attack Rally Falls Short in Peterborough 11/16/2018
Owen Sound rallies to force overtime, but go down to Petes this story contains audio!
Goderich Festival Of Lights Opens For 2018 11/16/2018
Lighting of lights, Santa Claus Parade to open at town's Lions Harbour, Courthouse Park. this story contains audio!
10th Annual Saugeen Shores Christmas Tour of Homes 11/16/2018
Money raised will go to the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation, Caitlyn Cobean's Community Crusaders, and other local initiatives. this story contains audio!
Residents Escape Carbon Monoxide Poisoning  11/16/2018
A Grey Highlands family was alerted to the presence of CO while they slept, thanks to an alarm. this story contains audio!
354 Stunt Driving Speeds Clocked On Peninsula  11/15/2018
SpeedSpy devices were deployed on 4 weekends and 354 stunt driving speeds were recorded.
Cubs for Cancer Update 11/15/2018
Allison Taylor with The Great Paul Hill this story contains audio!
All In One Sports Report 11/15/2018
Nov 15/18 ( ......a busy day )
Voter Turnout Up In Goderich Municipal Election 11/15/2018
Town Clerk says 61.6% of eligible voters cast a ballot in October, an 8.6% rise from 2014. this story contains audio!
Barfoot Rides Off into Sunset 11/15/2018
The outgoing Georgian Bluffs Mayor says he is proud of what he has accomplished in his 27 years in municipal politics. this story contains audio!
''Weeding Out the Myths'' in Kincardine 11/15/2018
Police and panel experts will teach you and your family about cannabis.

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