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1st Annual Firefighters' Breakfast 05/23/2017
The local Firefighters' Association is raising funds to restore a piece of local firefighting history. this story contains audio!
Bruce Power Supports New EV Discovery Centre 05/23/2017
The nuclear generating facility has kicked in some funding towards the future of electric vehicles.
Eat Well Market returns to Hanover. 05/23/2017
The town will host the Market starting in June, offering local produce til October.
What's Open/Closed Victoria Day 05/22/2017
Three Charged in Allenford Break-in 05/19/2017
Bruce Peninsula OPP say they found the suspects with numerous items stolen from a business.
Open/Closed May 22 05/19/2017
Holiday Monday impact on public transit and garbage collection.
Goderich Farmers, Flea Markets Returning 05/18/2017
Season-opening farmers market kicks off with petting zoo at Libro Credit Union.
Water Pressure Low in Wiarton  05/18/2017
A fire hydrant repair may cause lower water pressure in the Frank Street area and others.
Car Dealership to be Game's Corporate Sponsor 05/18/2017
Jim Wilson Chevrolet is putting in $25,000 for the 2018 Ontario Winter Games in Orillia. this story contains audio!
Pizza Shop And Chicken Joint Targeted 05/18/2017
Toronto man is accused of breaking into 13 commercial buildings.
No Food Trucks for Sauble Beach 05/17/2017
A new plan for mobile food trucks in South Bruce Peninsula didn't even make it to the council table. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MPP Proposes Relief For Small Business 05/17/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson proposes amendment to remove Debt Retirement Charge from small business energy bills.
Chambers Concerned Over Proposed Changes to Labour Laws 05/16/2017
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is warning the Premier against making major changes to the province's labour laws. this story contains audio!
Blyth-Based Canada Banana Farms Moving Operations 05/16/2017
Tenant Administrator says friction with municipal, county officials sparked move out of Huron. this story contains audio!
Possible Rental Fee Break for Non-Profits 05/15/2017
The Town may end up waiving rental fees for charity and non-profit group use of town facilities.
Shelburne Police Honour New Constables 05/15/2017
Police week runs from May14th to 20th in Ontario, Shelburne Police recognizes community policing.
Goderich Harbour Expansion Begins This Summer 05/15/2017
Officials say $16M project will see wharf, docking area expanded. this story contains audio!
Brockton Groups Plan for Success 05/15/2017
Community groups will meet on a strategy for economic development and growth.
Dunlop Wins PC Nomination in Simcoe North 05/14/2017
Jill Dunlop beat former City Councillor Doug Downey; she is the daughter of former MPP Garfield Dunlop. this story contains audio!
New CAO in Kincardine 05/12/2017
The Municipality of Kincardine has hired a new Chief Administrative Officer to fill some big shoes. this story contains audio!
Chrysler Recalls Certain Ram Trucks 05/12/2017
Over 216,000 Ram trucks of certain model years recalled for software glitch affecting airbags.
Rolls Royce Nuclear Office in Port Elgin 05/11/2017
Rolls Royce's Nuclear Division has signed a multi-year agreement with Bruce Power. this story contains audio!
Port Albert Store Owner Says Province Unfair In Alcohol Sales 05/11/2017
Steve Buchanan feels province treat rural Ontario unfairly when it comes to their spirits. this story contains audio!
150th Plans Ramping Up in Saugeen Shores 05/10/2017
The Saugeen Shores Kin Club has a giant Canadian flag for all to sign ahead of Canada Day celebrations. this story contains audio!
Walkerton Official Plan Approved 05/10/2017
Brockton council has made adjustments to address heritage and hazardous material. this story contains audio!
Trailer Stolen From Business 05/10/2017
OPP search for trailer stolen from JJ McLellan & Son Plumbing & Heating.
Beer, Cider Sales Approved In Lambton, Perth Counties 05/9/2017
Strathroy, Sarnia, Stratford latest in provincial approval for grocery store beer, wine sales.
SWIFT Pushing Forward in Bruce County 05/8/2017
Infrastructure builds for the Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology is likely to begin in 2018. this story contains audio!
Search is On for New CAO 05/8/2017
The Town of South Bruce Peninsula is looking to hire a Chief Administrative Officer. this story contains audio!
Conservative Leadership Debate BBQ  05/8/2017
Over 300 people attend annual BBQ to hear from Conservative leadership candidates this story contains audio!
Angel Investors Want Business Pitches 05/6/2017
Bluewater Angel Investors want to help aspiring entrepreneurs and boost economy.
The Economic Effects of Nuclear Refurbishment 05/6/2017
Business leaders and politicians discuss the role of the nuclear supply chain.
Climbing Park Going Up in Sauble  05/5/2017
Ascent Aerial Park will have ropes, ladders, obstacles and a quick-drop tower. this story contains audio!
Workplace Mental Health Program Launched 05/5/2017
The County of Bruce has launched a new Mental Health Program for employees.
Pot Plant Job Fair in Port Elgin  05/4/2017
7-Acres, a medical marijuana grow operation is holding a job fair at the Plex. this story contains audio!
Food Trucks NOT coming to Sauble.  05/3/2017
Council votes unanimously against the idea. this story contains audio!
Bruce Power to Break The Silence for Mental Health 05/3/2017
This is Mental Health Awareness Week and Bruce Power is showing support once again. this story contains audio!
Visitor For A Day 05/3/2017
Local hospitality and tourism operators got to see what it's like to be a visitor to Orillia. this story contains audio!
TD to Make Contribution to Small Business 05/3/2017
Donation to be made from TD Bank to the Orangeville and Area Small Business Enterprise Centre.
Owen Sound Celebrates Hospice Opening 05/2/2017
The Chapman House facility will open in June but there's lots going on in advance. this story contains audio!
BIA Plan for Coulter Plaza Top Priority 05/1/2017
The BIA wants to extend Coulter Parkette into a go to Town Square in downtown Port Elgin.
Closed Meeting Investigation 04/27/2017
Closed meeting investigation launched against Wasaga Beach councillors.
$40,000 Worth of Meat Stolen 04/27/2017
A refrigerated trailer was stolen from a business in Walkerton.
Huron County Raises IPM Spending 04/27/2017
County expects to recover some costs in increased spending on September IPM, in Walton. this story contains audio!
$54k Robbery In Vanastra 04/27/2017
OPP say thieves robbed Goliath Roofing along Winnipeg Street in massive haul.
Owen Sound Minor Soccer expands to U-20 04/26/2017
More players are needed to kick off the new season.
Huron EcDev Board Says Broadband Internet Necessary 04/26/2017
Board Chair Jim Lynn says expanding high speed internet will make region more competitive. this story contains audio!
Grey County To Work On Global Issues  04/26/2017
County to work with other 'Top 7 Intelligent Communities' as a global player. this story contains audio!
Local Bus Heading to Queen's Park Rally 04/25/2017
Local students to speak at a rally to show opposition to rural school closures. this story contains audio!
Pot Legalization Good for Local Grower 04/25/2017
A Bruce County medical marijuana grower says legalizing marijuana in 2018 is the right thing to do. this story contains audio!

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