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Regional Transit service hits bump in the road. 06/22/2017
Operator claims Owen Sound is making it tough to bring visitors to the city.
New Vision for Bluewater Park 06/22/2017
The new vision would make Bluewater Park & Waterfront more a part of Wiarton. this story contains audio!
Local Playhouse Group In Rent Arrears 06/22/2017
Kincardine's Bluewater Summer Playhouse is on the hook for its back rent owed to the municipality.
Two Green-Friendly Refineries Planned Near Sarnia 06/21/2017
One refinery to produce low-calorie sweetners and anti-freeze, with sugar made at the other.
Ex Wardens meet with Warden Al Barfoot.  06/20/2017
The current head of Grey County council says he wants everyone on the same page. this story contains audio!
Huron Chamber To Host First-Time Town Councillors 06/20/2017
Goderich councillors Luke Elliott and Matt Hoy to speak during Chamber's breakfast series. this story contains audio!
Ideas For Keeping Rural Schools Alive 06/19/2017
Community groups gathered recently to find creative ways to use empty space. this story contains audio!
Square Brew Says Local Competition Good For Business 06/19/2017
Square Brew President says competitors like Cowbell bring beer tours to region. this story contains audio!
New Online App Showcases Local Development 06/16/2017
Saugeen Shores has launched an online tool highlighting development in the community. this story contains audio!
Last Frontier Exhibit Launched at Bruce County Museum 06/16/2017
The latest exhibit showcasing Bruce County's early days opens to the public. this story contains audio!
The Colours of Pride Flying High 06/15/2017
The Municipality of Kincardine & Bluewater School Board have raised the Pride Flag ahead of the 1st ever Pride Parade. this story contains audio!
SNC Lavalin To Set Up Shop in Port Elgin 06/14/2017
Engineering & Consulting firm, SNC Lavalin, will open an office in Port Elgin in the fall.
Goderich's First Craft Brewery Opens 06/13/2017
Square Brew says suds will be available across the region in the coming weeks. this story contains audio!
Job Fair in Shelburne Thursday 06/13/2017
Representatives from various local businesses will be on hand at Centre Dufferin Rec Complex.
Local Businesses Tops at Brass Awards 06/12/2017
Local businesses honoured Saturday at the 2017 Brass Awards in Port Elgin.
Speed Limit Changing Around IPM In Walton 06/9/2017
County Roads 12, 25 to be reduced to 50 km/h, from Sept 4-29. this story contains audio!
Last Chance to Sign Canadian Flag 06/7/2017
Thursday is the final chance to be a part of Saugeen Shores History in time for Canada 150.
Ships Turned Away At Goderich Harbour 06/7/2017
Mayor says dust likely to blame for up to 4 ships being redirected from harbour. this story contains audio!
Blood Donor Clinic Thursday 06/6/2017
Canadian Blood Services needs 150 local donors to replenish supply before summer. this story contains audio!
Big Support for Canada 150 Celebrations 06/6/2017
The Saugeen Shores Celebrates Canada 150 Committee has received a nice financial boost.
Huron Chamber Of Commerce Reacts To Minimum Wage Increase 06/5/2017
Chamber says fair pay important, but quick change in wage will effect business' bottom line. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Tory MP Suggests New Leader Advise On Trade 06/5/2017
Ben Lobb says newly-elected Conservative leader is well-position to advise on trade issues. this story contains audio!
60 Jobs Created With New Food Plant 06/2/2017
Orangeville will be the site of a new park to honour local solder killed in Afghanistan and others.
Feds Donate to Rotary Splash Pad Project 06/1/2017
The Federal Government has kicked in a generous donation to the new splash pad at Jubilee Park. this story contains audio!
Gran Fondo Planned for Hospital Foundation 05/31/2017
A major cycling event is planned for next year in support of Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation. this story contains audio!
Town Hall Public Input Session Next Week 05/30/2017
The Town of Saugeen Shores wants public input on the future design and look of the Town Hall.
World Gym In Goderich Uncertain 05/30/2017
No application has been received by town on World Gym residency at Suncoast Mall. this story contains audio!
Prepping the Grill for 50th Annual BBQ 05/26/2017
The 50th Annual Beef BBQ & Homecoming is going to be a big one. this story contains audio!
More Money for Local Hospital Group 05/25/2017
South Bruce Grey Health Centre will get an additional $623,000 from the province. this story contains audio!
Canadian Tire Ready to JUMP Start 05/24/2017
The annual JUMP Start Program helps local kids get involved in various sports. this story contains audio!
Goderich Hotel To Break Ground In June 05/24/2017
Developer says four storey hotel will have 60 rooms and indoor, outdoor pools. 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.
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!
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!
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!
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!
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!
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.
Brockton Groups Plan for Success 05/15/2017
Community groups will meet on a strategy for economic development and growth.
Wiarton Home and Leisure Show  05/12/2017
Over fifty vendors will be at the arena this weekend with crafts, building supplies and more. this story contains audio!
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!
Long Term Care on Grey County Agenda 05/11/2017
An updated report is being presented this morning. The public can have input on May 25. this story contains audio!
Bruce County is in Good Financial Shape 05/10/2017
Auditor Traci Smith says there's a surplus of about $1.5 million. this story contains audio!
City Services For Big Housing Development  05/10/2017
Owen Sound council awards contract for extending sewer and water to Sydenham Heights. this story contains audio!
Owen Sound Seeks Deputy Fire Chief 05/10/2017
Chief Doug Barfoot has been doing both jobs, covering all on-call shifts. this story contains audio!
LSRA Joins Network Of Airports 05/10/2017
A group of 11 airports have joined together to form the Southern Ontario Airport Network
Summer Job Funding for Young People 05/10/2017
MP David Tilson says over $740,000 in Canada Summer Jobs funding will create 277 jobs.

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