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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!
Items Still Needed For Goderich Syrian Family 05/23/2017
Organizers still looking for home, clothing, bicycle for Syrian family of seven arriving in Goderich. this story contains audio!
Lambton OPP Respond To 196 Long Weekend Calls 05/23/2017
Drug, liquor, traffic offenses among calls during long weekend patrols.
Eat Well Market returns to Hanover. 05/23/2017
The town will host the Market starting in June, offering local produce til October.
Flotilla Headed for Harrison Park  05/23/2017
The first-ever Sydenham Riverfest is planned for Canada 150 and Owen Sound's 160th.
Slots At Clinton Raceway Could Expand 05/23/2017
Central Huron Mayor says new slots owners looking to build restaurant. this story contains audio!
St. Marys To Hold Mock Emergency 05/23/2017
Town's first responders to be tested in mock disaster May 31st.
Comic-Con Posts Super Hero Numbers 05/23/2017
Over 75-hundred people attend Orillia's first Comic-Con.
Utility Vehicle Stolen In Huron East 05/23/2017
OPP say 2011 Polaris Ranger stolen from shed, along with black trailer.
Great Fiscal Shape 05/22/2017
Hanover is in strong fiscal position that will allow them to move forward with future projects
More Time For Dogs on the Beach 05/22/2017
SBP passes bylaw to allow dogs on the beach a few extra weeks
2017 busy for Grey county.  05/21/2017
A number of projects are being worked on including a new paramedic building in Chatsworth. this story contains audio!
Sauble Speedway sold.  05/20/2017
Former owner Jason Thom says two men will take over in a joint venture.
Millions For Grey Bruce Health Services 05/20/2017
Province makes $2.5 million boost official, but that may not stop day surgery changes.
Help Special Olympics Athletes  05/20/2017
A fundraiser barbecue for local athletes will be held at Staples in Owen Sound today.
Ground Broken, Splash Pad Well Underway 05/19/2017
Construction has started on the new Rotary Splash Pad in Southampton. this story contains audio!
Student Trustees & Senators Recognized 05/19/2017
The Bluewater District School board has recognized student body representatives for their work. this story contains audio!
Blyth Memorial Hall Reopens 05/19/2017
Interior, exterior, ventilation, stage renovations cost nearly $4 million for historic Blyth Hall. this story contains audio!
Police Chief Gets Threats From Fraudsters  05/19/2017
Fraudsters left a message for Owen Sound's Police chief telling him to pay up or face arrest.
New Policies Needed For Indigenous Youth, Says Huron-Bruce Tory MPP 05/19/2017
Lisa Thompson calls for policy updates, after four aboriginal youth missing from group home die. this story contains audio!
St. Marys Drops OPP For Stratford Police 05/19/2017
Mayor expects the town will save $250 thousand per year in policing change.
NorthStars Drop Northmen 9-4 05/19/2017
Post Game Comments from Jordan Caskenette this story contains audio!
Critelli Wins 05/19/2017
GAO Ladies Champion of Champions
Walker Votes Against Liberal Budget  05/18/2017
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker says he has "No confidence whatsoever" in it. this story contains audio!
Goderich Farmers, Flea Markets Returning 05/18/2017
Season-opening farmers market kicks off with petting zoo at Libro Credit Union.
Multiculturalism Alive & Well 05/18/2017
The 15th Annual Multicultural Festival was held at the Davidson Centre Tuesday, May 16th, 2017. this story contains audio!
Great Lakes Cycling Proposed Through Huron County 05/18/2017
Trail officials want 1,980 km Great Lakes trail running through Ontario's West Coast. this story contains audio!
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!
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!
Five People Arrested in Drug Bust 05/17/2017
Cocaine and marijuana plus paraphernalia and a prohibited weapon was seized.
'New' Police Chief in Owen Sound 05/17/2017
The Chief-for-a-Day is a grade 5 student, winner of an essay contest.
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.
City Of Orillia Interested In ODCVI property 05/17/2017
Group wants to use the location for a community hub and affordable senior residence. this story contains audio!
Bronze for Irving 05/17/2017
Ontario Golf Champion of Champions
Peters Wins Mickey Renaud Trophy 05/17/2017
Blyth Native Captains Firebirds Over 2 Seasons
Barn Raising For Local Family  05/16/2017
The Dekkers lost their barn and livelihood to a fire over the winter.
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!
Georgian College Info Night 05/16/2017
Meet one-on-one for Q&A with staff and get help with your college application.
Huron-Perth Public High School Enrolment Declining 05/16/2017
AMDSB expects 550 fewer secondary school students by 2025.
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!
Orillia-Focused Opioid Strategy 05/16/2017
Councillor Ralph Cipolla says opioids are not exclusive to cities like Toronto and Barrie. this story contains audio!
Bluewater Soccer Final 4 05/16/2017
Seven Schools In Girls and Boys Semifinals
Food Bank Recognized for Years of Service 05/16/2017
The Orangeville Food Bank was recognized in House of Commons for 25 years in the community.
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.
Surf Raking to Groom Local Beaches 05/15/2017
Saugeen Shores has a plan for "Surf Raking" some of the municipality's beaches this year.
Pine Lake Couple Walking To Ottawa 05/15/2017
Pat and Fred Sheppard are raising money to fight human trafficking. this story contains audio!
Search Continues for Wanted Man 05/15/2017
OPP say Glenn O'Neill is wanted after a weapons call in Huron and Bruce counties
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!
Charities May Have Rental Fees Waived 05/15/2017
South Bruce Peninsula council to look at allowing charities to rent for events without fees.

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