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Second Suspect in Attack Turns Himself In 03/26/2018
Peel Regional Police have arrested two suspects now, in the brutal beating of a man with autism.
Family Dispute Leads to Charges  03/24/2018
OPP say suspect allegedly physically assaulted his mother and killed her cat.
SNC-Lavalin Gran Fondo Sponsor 03/23/2018
The firm is the latest platinum sponsor of the summer event with a $10,000 cheque. this story contains audio!
Goderich Salvation Collecting Food Donations, Ahead Of Easter 03/23/2018
Officials with the Salvation to collect donations at Suncoast Mall Friday, Saturday in Goderich. this story contains audio!
Child Struck By Vehicle 03/23/2018
Barrie police say the girl was hit by an e-bike after running onto the road from behind a parked vehicle.
Proposed By-Law could See Changes at Popular Speedway 03/22/2018
A new bylaw is being negotiated that will dictate the rules of operation of the NASCAR-sanctioned Sauble Speedway. this story contains audio!
OCNI Opens New Office 03/22/2018
Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries officially opens its office in Port Elgin. this story contains audio!
UN Flags Collection Stolen 03/22/2018
Barrie Police say the theft happened sometime between last October and January of this year.
Goderich Councilor Supports Move To Get Women, Minorities Into Politics 03/21/2018
Michele Hansen is backing Essex County proposal for childcare at future AMO conferences. this story contains audio!
Builder Denied Fees Exemption Extension 03/20/2018
Bremont Homes has applied to build 338-unit multi-use residential development at Sydenham Heights this story contains audio!
Ten Year Old Goes To World Irish Dancing Competition  03/16/2018
Madalynn McGregor is the first person from Bruce County to qualify for the Competition. this story contains audio!
Bruce Power's $2 Million Healthcare Commitment 03/14/2018
Bruce Power has committed $2 million dollars over 5 years as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) budget.
Province Funding a Boost for Tourism 03/14/2018
The Celebrate Ontario Fund 2018 will dole out money to local municipalities to help boost tourism.
Perth-Huron United Way Hits 80% Fundraising 03/14/2018
$1.24 million raised so far, ahead of $1.556 million deadline of March 31st. this story contains audio!
Angus Man Acquitted In Crash That Killed A Soldier 03/14/2018
The defence argued Andrew Stewart passed out after coughing moments before the crash.
Moving Ahead With Coulter Parkette Pavilion 03/13/2018
The pavilion in downtown Port Elgin will be paid for through reserve funds, approved by Council. this story contains audio!
Seminar to Teach About Human Trafficking 03/13/2018
An upcoming seminar in Kincardine will help people spot the signs of potential human trafficking. this story contains audio!
Mother Furious Over Exorbitant Drug Costs 03/12/2018
Health Canada forcing children with rare diseases to switch to newer, more expensive drugs, at a roughly 3,000% increase in cost. this story contains audio!
Bake Sale Raises Over $4,000 03/10/2018
Yesterday's bake sale for Kaden Young's family was an overwhelming success.
Plans Presented For Chesley Bridge  03/9/2018
Engineer says a new single-span bridge would be better and a faster build. this story contains audio!
Young Canada Weeks Kicks Off In Goderich 03/9/2018
69th annual tournament to feature 22 local and regional teams in back-to-back weekend play. this story contains audio!
A Celebration of Women & Equality 03/9/2018
Kincardine Mayor Anne Eadie delivered a personal address at the OPG run event Thursday in recognition of International Women's Day. this story contains audio!
Fundraiser for Kaden Young Friday 03/9/2018
A bake sale is being held to raise money for Kaden's family at the Alder Rec Centre Friday.
Polar Plunge Raises $19,000 03/9/2018
Shelburne Police Polar Plunge brings in almost double their goal of $10,000
Spring Melt Brings Warning for March Break 03/9/2018
Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority is reminding parents to keep children away from rivers.
Habitat's Most Ambitious Build Yet 03/8/2018
Habitat for Humanity Grey Bruce is preparing for their biggest home build in Neyaashiinigmiing, Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. this story contains audio!
Martin a Gold Sponsor for Gran Fondo 03/8/2018
Brett Martin, owner/operator of Martin's Bicycle Shop in Southampton has stepped up to become a Gold level sponsor of the event, with a $5,000 donation.
Traffic Stop Nets Drugs, 2 Orillia Men Charged 03/8/2018
Police seize crack cocaine, fentanyl and heroin.
Survey Open for New Playground 03/8/2018
The Town of Shelburne is looking for input on new playground in Summerhill neighbourhood.
New Home Development at Westlinks 03/7/2018
Ground was officially broken Tuesday at the former Piper's Glen Golf Course. this story contains audio!
Mayoral Moves in Collingwood 03/7/2018
Cooper says she won't run again, Trude announces he will run for Mayor
Top 100 Festivals List Includes Local Events 03/7/2018
Several local events made it to the list of Top 100 Festivals in Ontario for 2018.
Local Festivals Named in Top 100  03/6/2018
Meaford Scarecrow Festival, Concours d'Elegance, Elvis Festival and Apple Pie Festival make the list.
Another Platinum Sponsor for Gran Fondo 03/6/2018
The Society of United Professionals Local 160 has jumped on board as a Platinum Sponsor of the event set for August 2018. this story contains audio!
Proposed Change To Zoning By-Law Will Protect Tenants 03/6/2018
Property owners with illegal dwelling units would require building permits to bring units into compliance. this story contains audio!
United Way To Fund Program For Newcomers To Huron-Perth 03/5/2018
Newcomers program needs $70,000 more to receive full funding from United Way. this story contains audio!
Walking For Missing & Murdered Women 03/5/2018
Group who set out from Neyaashiinigmiing at Cape Croker in December are in Wawa. this story contains audio!
Focusing On Rural Emergency Medicine  03/5/2018
A specialized training course is being held in Lion's Head to improve patient care.
Public Meeting Regarding Illegal Dwelling Units 03/5/2018
City of Orillia proposing change to zoning by-law to allow property owners to legalize dwelling units.
Police Warn About Top Frauds  03/4/2018
The OPP say you need to know about the most common frauds and how to protect yourself.
March is Fraud Prevention Month 03/2/2018
The most common scams are being highlighted by police and anti-fraud authorities.
Let The Games Begin 03/1/2018
Opening Ceremony for the Orillia 2018 Ontario Winter Games is this evening. this story contains audio!
Puppy Love 03/1/2018
A tail wagging rescue for Clearview Township firefighters.
Death in Grey Highlands Not Suspicious 02/28/2018
OPP say 68-year-old Toronto man had fatal medical condition while walking
Funny Money Passed Around 02/28/2018
Barrie police hope the public can identify the suspect.
Habitat Calls for Volunteers 02/28/2018
next build is in Stayner
Opening Of Orillia's New Rec Centre Pushed Back 02/27/2018
The hope was to have the $53 million facility open in the summer. this story contains audio!
Snowshoer Rescued  02/27/2018
A 47 year old Owen Sound woman called OPP after becoming disoriented.
Bayshore Broadcasting Official Media Sponsor 02/27/2018
Bayshore's 9 radio stations will provide free air time worth $45,000 to advertise and promote the event. this story contains audio!
Kyrou OHL Player of the Week 02/27/2018
Hancock, Suzuki & Vella Considered

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