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South Huron Community Fund Promote Legacy Giving 01/10/2018
Fund officials say tax-deductible family legacy funding can be set up to benefit community. this story contains audio!
Economic Growth Top Priority for MP Lobb 01/9/2018
Ben Lobb the says jobs and the economy will always be his priority first and foremost. this story contains audio!
Hesitant Yea Vote on Beach House Upgrade 01/9/2018
Saugeen Shores council has begrudgingly voted "yea" on renovations at the Main Beach House. this story contains audio!
Goderich Little Theatre Requests Grant Money From Town Hall 01/9/2018
Officials ask for $15,000 for capital projects in 2018, request referred to February budget talks.
Mayor Takes on Polar Plunge Challenge 01/9/2018
Shelburne Police issue challenge for Shelburne Council to take part in cold water plunge fundraiser.
Couple from Nottawa wins Lottery 01/9/2018
a million dollars in 6/49
CT Scanner Fundraisier Passes Key Milestone 01/8/2018
Walkerton and District Hospital halfway towards goal of raising $1.2-million
Convenience Store Robbery 01/8/2018
Orillia OPP say the suspect told clerk he had a gun and demanded money then fled.
Downtown Owen Sound Stabbing Results in Attempted Murder Charge 01/7/2018
27-year-old male remains in custody after Saturday morning incident
Elmwood Man Wins INSTANT SCRABBLE 01/4/2018
Peter Doersam won $75,000 on an INSTANT SCRABBLE ticket
Dufferin Employers Feel Impact of New Wages 01/4/2018
Board members say the change to the new minimum wage is "too fast" making them re-evaluate things.
Light The Way Campaign Tops $206K 01/3/2018
The community really pulled through during the Annual Light The Way Campaign for local healthcare.
Growth Fund A Possibility 01/2/2018
Owen Sound Mayor says city will study the idea of using new assessment revenues on to spur population growth this story contains audio!
New Industrial Park Ready for Action 01/2/2018
Hanover now has 17 new acres of land ready for development in its new Industrial Park.
Composting Program Possible in Future 01/2/2018
The Municipality of Kincardine showing interest in compost pilot-program through Compost Council of Canada. this story contains audio!
Goderich Mayor Looks Ahead In 2018 01/2/2018
Kevin Morrison expects a smooth 2018 budget process, but will not disclose possible re-election bid. this story contains audio!
Feedback Sought From Local Employers 01/2/2018
Annual Employer One Survey opens Jan. 1
Huron East Mayor Says Economy, Election Will Dominate 2018 01/2/2018
Bernie MacLellan says reduced funding from province will continue to plague municipalities in 2018. this story contains audio!
Spike in Online Scams During Holidays 12/31/2017
The OPP Cyber Crime Unit typically sees an increase in online scams at this time of the year.
Huron, Perth Health Units Awaiting Amalgamation Funding 12/29/2017
Huron Board of Health Chair says word on merger funding could come in January. this story contains audio!
Hanover Raking In Slot Money.  12/29/2017
2017 was a good year for revenue from the Slots at Hanover Raceway. this story contains audio!
Huron, Lambton, Middlesex Transit Costs Could Be Limited 12/29/2017
Transit steering official says system in Norfolk cost taxpayers $3 to $4 extra a year. this story contains audio!
Huron County Address Drug Crisis Sweeping Ontario 12/28/2017
With opioid overdoses on the rise, Huron County health officials take local approach to issue.
United Way Highlights Work By OneCare 12/28/2017
OneCare, who provides meals on wheels and transport for medical appointments, receives funding from United Way. this story contains audio!
Orangeville Taxpayers to Get Break 12/28/2017
Growth in 2017 providing a bit of a break for taxpayers in the new year.
Changes to Come with Minimum Wage Rising 12/28/2017
Employees with the same company for five or more years, will be entitled to 3 weeks of vacation.
Salvation Army Exceeds Target In Christmas Kettle Campaign 12/27/2017
Fundraising goal of $80,000 exceeded by nearly $10,000.
MP Miller Slams Summer Job Application  12/27/2017
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound Conservative MP says federal job grant has turned ideological. this story contains audio!
Audit Says Bluewater Board In Good Position 12/27/2017
Bluewater School Board eliminated $5.7 million deficit & has a $ 300k surplus. this story contains audio!
Big 2018 Expected In Huron County 12/27/2017
Warden Jim Ginn says expansion of workforce at Bruce Power, and broadband project among big items for 2018. this story contains audio!
2017 A Big Year For Huron Food Bank Distribution Centre 12/27/2017
Officials say needs are rising, following purchase of new truck and walk-in freezer.
Huge Donation for Stevenson's 12/23/2017
A huge donation will allow SMH to purchase a brand new Phototherapy Device.
Buffet Dinner Aids Local Food Bank 12/22/2017
Westlinks golf Club held a buffet dinner Wednesday by donation in support of the Salvation Army Food Bank in Port Elgin. this story contains audio!
Perth-Huron United Way Optimistic About 2017 Fundraising 12/22/2017
Fundraising Chair says organization off to better start than last year. this story contains audio!
Fool's Gold 12/22/2017
Orillia man duped out of $1,200, purchased fake gold bar. this story contains audio!
Money Still Pours in for Christmas Fund 12/22/2017
Officials say the latest count shows just under 24 thousand dollars has been collected
Few Details On How Federal Housing Strategy Will Affect Huron 12/21/2017
Housing and Property Services Manager hopes for more details on $40 billion housing strategy in Spring. this story contains audio!
West Grey Police Toy Drive Called A Success.  12/21/2017
Officers collected toys and money over two weekends recently, helping over 200 kids.
Brockton Council Due For Pay Raise. 12/21/2017
A committee recommends increases 2.5 per cent in each of the next 4 years. this story contains audio!
Hope For Our Kids 12/21/2017
Officials accepting donations to purchase winter gear for children whose families can't afford it this story contains audio!
No Change in Leadership at Board of Education 12/21/2017
Chair Ron Motz and Vice Chair Jan Johnstone were acclaimed to their respective positions for 2018.
Southampton Splash Pad Paid In Full  12/20/2017
Southampton Rotary has paid off a five-year loan in just one year. this story contains audio!
Proposed 3-County Transit System Could Take Until 2020 12/20/2017
Transit officials say numerous hurdles need to be jumped before potential transit system takes off. this story contains audio!
Forest Nursing Home Staffer Charged With Fraud 12/20/2017
Police say staffer was involved in fraudulent activity, to the tune of over $50,000.
Engineering Firm Backs Gran Fondo 12/19/2017
Burlington company signs on as silver sponsor this story contains audio!
New Child and Youth Mental Health Unit at RVH 12/19/2017
The $5 Million inpatient unit has 8 beds allowing for up to 300 youth to be treated each year. this story contains audio!
Province Doles Out Gas Tax Funding 12/19/2017
City of Orillia gets over $533,000.
Hair Salon Donates to Hospital 12/19/2017
A Tottenham hair salon presented Stevenson Memorial Hospital with money for improvements.
Collingwood has budget surplus 12/19/2017
1.7Million dollars
Thriving Nuclear Industry Driving Economic Growth 12/18/2017
Officials say another year of strong regional economic growth means a healthy long-term outlook

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