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Council Votes Against More Beach Raking  11/16/2017
Saugeen Shores will keep the same amount of beach raking despite requests for more. this story contains audio!
Missing Woman From Saugeen Shores Found. 11/15/2017
Police say Courtney Murawsky who went missing Sunday is okay.
New Pool Could Cost A Bundle 11/14/2017
Costs are going up for a new aquatics centre in Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
Arson Charges After Southampton Shed Fire 11/13/2017
24-year-old Sarnia man arrested and charged after allegedly starting blaze, vandalizing property
Fairy Tale Ball Helps Kick Off Light The Way Campaign 11/13/2017
Sunday marked the official start to the Saugeen Memorial Hospital's Annual Fundraising Campaign. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Shores Remembers 11/12/2017
Hundreds turned out for services in Southampton and Port Elgin this story contains audio!
Economic Development Report Card 11/12/2017
Bruce County has come out with its first ever Economic Development Report Card. this story contains audio!
SMHF Donation 11/12/2017
Over $1,300 donated to the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation from a concert
Exec Slams Ontario Health System  11/10/2017
The Executive Director of Ontario Health Coalition says Ontario is moving in the wrong direction this story contains audio!
Beach Water Testing to be Reduced Next Year 11/9/2017
The Health Unit is going to reduce lake water testing frequency next year to once a month but expand the number of beaches that are tested. this story contains audio!
Innovation & Economic Development at the Forefront 11/9/2017
Bruce Power and Bruce County hosted the 2nd Annual Economic Summit, held November 7th in Walkerton. this story contains audio!
Bruce County Economic Report Card 11/8/2017
Brockton is 1st followed by Ripley, Kincardine, Port Elgin and Southampton. this story contains audio!
Local Thefts In Excess of $20K, Local Man Charged 11/7/2017
A 42-year-old Saugeen Shores man faces a slew of charges in probe of a rash of Break, Enter and Thefts in Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
Big 40th Celebration for Coliseum 11/6/2017
The facility celebrated 40-years of serving the community with lots of activities on Saturday, November 4th. this story contains audio!
Marine Terracing Affecting Local Beaches 11/6/2017
"Marine Terracing" creates shelf-like shorelines when high waves continually batter sandy coasts. this story contains audio!
A Time To Remember at Bruce County Museum 11/3/2017
This year (December 6th 2017) marks the 100th Anniversary of the devastating Halifax Harbour Explosion. this story contains audio!
Local Real Estate Goes Platinum for Gran Fondo 11/2/2017
RE/MAX Land Exchange steps up to become Platinum sponsors of the 70K bike ride for the inaugural next summer. this story contains audio!
Community Has Lost a Good One 11/1/2017
Tom Trafelet, who owned Weiss Taxi in Southampton for 47 yrs. passed away Monday. this story contains audio!
Halloween Safety Tips From OPP 10/31/2017
Bright-coloured costumes, travelling in groups among tips from provincial police this Halloween.
Town Reluctant to Renew Full OCWA Contract 10/27/2017
Saugeen Shores wants a one year deal, instead of the usual five with OCWA this story contains audio!
2017 Poppy Campaign Underway 10/27/2017
The Royal Canadian Legion's Annual Poppy Campaign begins today. this story contains audio!
Busy year for Saugeen Rail Trail Association 10/27/2017
Officials say they have been upgrading parts of the rail trail and enhancing the landscaping this story contains audio!
Southampton baseball diamond upgrades on hold 10/24/2017
Saugeen Shores council votes down pre-budget approval of $45,000 for Jubilee Park work
Household Hazardous Waste Day 10/21/2017
Southampton Works Yard will be open for the last collection of the year from 9am until noon.
Mexico Donations Honour Local Farmers 10/18/2017
Museum is taking Red Cross donations for the duration of an exhibit on migrant workers.
New Developments Before Planning Committee 10/17/2017
Saugeen Shores Planning committee has received applications for new developments. this story contains audio!
Gearing Up to Light The Way 10/17/2017
The Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation Light The Way Campaign starts Nov. 12th, 2017. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Bluffs Maple Syrup Festival Deferred 10/16/2017
Organizers say they've operated at a loss for the past two years this story contains audio!
TVO Documentary in Final Stages 10/16/2017
Most of the filming has wrapped up and it's now on to the editing stage. this story contains audio!
2nd Refugee Family to Arrive Thursday 10/11/2017
The Saugeen Shores Refugee Fund group will welcome a second family to the area this week. this story contains audio!
Glow Rider Bike Event This Weekend 10/6/2017
The free family fun event goes Saturday evening at Nodwell Park in Port Elgin. this story contains audio!
Early Bird Price Deadline Fast Approaching 10/6/2017
Gran Fondo Lake Huron registration prices are set to go up starting October 9th, 2017. this story contains audio!
Honouring Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women 10/5/2017
Saugeen First Nation 'Took Back the Night' as a voice to end violence against women. this story contains audio!
Locals Recognized at Antique Fire Hall Opening 10/4/2017
6 people receive award by Molson Canadian for outstanding commitment to the community. this story contains audio!
8th Annual Take Back the Night Walk 10/3/2017
A local walk & National event to speak out and raise awareness of violence against women. this story contains audio!
Chantry View Work to Wait Until Spring 10/3/2017
Saugeen Shores Council will take a closer look at Chantry View Drive reconstruction in Southampton. this story contains audio!
Great Weekend for 31st Annual Pumpkinfest 10/2/2017
Huge pumpkins, a visit from Batman and a marriage proposal were some highlights. this story contains audio!
Pumpkinfest Weekend Has Arrived 09/29/2017
It'll be all things Pumpkin in Port Elgin for the 31st Annual Autumn Event. this story contains audio!
Council Says Yes to New Sidewalk Plow 09/29/2017
Council has approved the purchase of a new sidewalk snow plow for newer developments.
Another Donation Towards the SMHF 09/29/2017
The Saugeen Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presented a $20,000 cheque to the Foundation this story contains audio!
New Top Cop in Town 09/28/2017
Chief Mike Bellai will take over as Saugeen Shores Police Chief on December 1st, 2017. this story contains audio!
Party Set for Coliseum's 40th Anniversary 09/27/2017
A party will take place Saturday, November 4th 2017 to mark the event. this story contains audio!
Port Elgin Water Tower to Be Replaced 09/26/2017
Inspection reports in June show the Port Elgin Standpipe or Water Tower is "generally in poor to fair condition." this story contains audio!
Chantry Island draws more tourists.  09/25/2017
A rainy summer didn't stop many from heading to the Island. this story contains audio!
$92K Raised for Liv A Little Foundation 09/21/2017
Community support is paramount to finding a cure for Cystinosis, a rare genetic disease. this story contains audio!
Banners Honour Fallen Soliders 09/20/2017
Ceremony at Port Elgin Legion unveils 39 banners to commemorate Port Elgin, Southampton, and Saugeen First Nation soldiers who gave lives
Design Study & Hefty Price Tag for Southampton Town Hall 09/12/2017
A Southampton Town Hall and Library Architectural feasibility and design study is estimated at $11.4 million. this story contains audio!
Food Trucks on Council Agenda 09/11/2017
A Notice of Motion has been filed to exclude food trucks in the downtown core areas. this story contains audio!
Rail Trail Association Honoured 09/7/2017
The Association has been recognized for its volunteerism within the Saugeen Shores community. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Shores In Good Financial Shape 09/6/2017
The 2016 audit report for Saugeen Shores is in and for the most part, it's good news. this story contains audio!

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