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Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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(26 items )
Missing Hanover Man Found Safe
Police say Shawn Lamont was located Wednesday morning.
Niagara Escarpment Plan Takes Effect
Warden Alan Barfoot says this is good news for the communities involved.
Car Break-Ins in Owen Sound
Police say numerous thefts from unlocked vehicles occurred Monday night.
Canadian Tire Ready to JUMP Start
The annual JUMP Start Program helps local kids get involved in various sports.
Three More Arrested in Manchester Attack
Police have arrested three more suspects and raised terror threat level from "severe" to "critical".
Water Safety Campaign in Saugeen Shores
A special water safety campaign takes place Friday ahead of the summer tourism season.
Grooming for Eidts Grove Beach
Eidts Grove Beach, south of Gobles Grove, is going to get some mechanical beach raking this summer.
Goderich Hotel To Break Ground In June
Developer says four storey hotel will have 60 rooms and indoor, outdoor pools.
Saving Money On Hydro Bills Won't Be Cheap
Liberal hydro plan will cost $45 billion but will only save ratepayers $24 billion.
Refugee Housing Needed
New family arriving in Brockton 2 weeks earlier than expected will need a place to live.
Joint R.I.D.E. Program a Success
Several police forces combined to send the message that drinking and driving is not okay.
Habitat for Humanity Groundbreaking
Official work begins on Habitat's 38th and 39th homes being built in Grey Bruce.
AMDSB Continues Enrolment Discussion
Declining enrolment has Avon Maitland Board discussing municipal partnerships.
Licence Of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh Suspended
OPP charge 48 year old man with impaired driving, suspend licence for 90 days.
Driver Attempts To Avoid R.I.D.E Program In Huron East
London woman charged, after turning to avoid R.I.D.E. check by OPP.
Temporary Ramp Closures Highway 11/Old Barrie Road
The closures will be in place until June 7.
Mock Crash Reality Check
In lead up to prom season, Orillia high school students learn the dangers of drunk driving.
Orillia Woman Facing Drug Charges
Search warrant executed at a home following a traffic stop.
2 Youths Sought In Attempted Robbery
Suspects demand skateboard and backpacks .
Orillia Doctor To Receive Award
Council Award to Dr. William Gary Smith
Shelburne Farmers' Market Opens
Thursday May 25th is the first day of the farmers' market in downtown Shelburne.
Peel Cruiser Involved in Crash
Peel Police investigating after a cruiser was involved in crash with another vehicle.
World War II Medals Stolen in Break and Enter
South Simcoe Police say war medals and thousands of dollars in jewellery stolen from Innisfil home.
Wasaga Distribution Meeting tonight
panel of experts to talk about the future of the utility
Piping Plover Volunteer Night
thursday, you can get on the team
Local Businesses Closing
Closing up shop after decades of service
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