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Hanover man guilty of murder 03/22/2017
Matthew Kailing pleads guilty to 2nd degree murder in 2014 death.
Crossing Guards Sound The Alarm 03/22/2017
Crossing guards concerned about speed of traffic on Highway 12 bypass.
Goderich To Fly Autism Flag 03/22/2017
Town will recognize Autism Awarness Day by flying flag at town hall.
WayPoint Charged By Ministry Of Labour 03/22/2017
Mental health facility charged with three counts of failure to protect staff and operating an unsafe workplace.
No Rainbow Crosswalk In Goderich 03/21/2017
Town Council voted against proposal to paint downtown crosswalk in support of LGBTQ community. this story contains audio!
Single agency for mental health services 03/21/2017
Three organizations providing mental health and addictions services plan a single agency.
Mine death victim identified 03/21/2017
OPP have released the identitiy of a man who died at the Sifto Salt Mine in Goderich
Changes to Long-Term Care 03/20/2017
Report may suggest Grey Gables Long Term Care Home be closed this story contains audio!
Recreation Still on Radar for Bruce County 03/20/2017
Bruce County will remain in the business of providing recreational activities in the years ahead.
Works Continues On Guelph-To-Goderich Trail 03/20/2017
G2G plans final workshop, ahead of trail clearing in 2017.
Town Gets Thumbs Up for Water Quality 03/20/2017
MOE issues a perfect rating for Wasaga Beach's drinking water management.
Raccoon Attacks Woman 03/19/2017
Police say the raccoon ran towards the woman, climbed up her leg and bit her
Largest Health Fine Levied After Breach In Clinton Area 03/17/2017
Student charged $25,000, after accessing 139 patient files at Clinton-area health practice.
Huron Health Unit Asks You To Rethink Your Drinking 03/17/2017
Drinking awareness comes ahead of St. Patrick's Day celebrations. this story contains audio!
Central Huron Mayor Pleased With Hospice Funding 03/17/2017
Jim Ginn says funding for four hospice beds good news for municipality. this story contains audio!
Long-Term Care Beds an Issue in Ontario 03/16/2017
Walker is calling on the Wynne Government to do something as the wait list climbs. this story contains audio!
Immunization Deadline Looms 03/16/2017
Grey Bruce students face suspensions come March 28th if they are not up to date this story contains audio!
Huron Pride Hosts Q&A Forum 03/16/2017
Activist group says the goal is to create dialogue and address questions surrounding LGBTQ community. this story contains audio!
Michael Schmidt back in court 03/16/2017
The obstruction trial of Michael Schmidt and two others resumes tomorrow in Walkerton
Collingwood Mayor Changes Tack with Hospital 03/15/2017
says she retracts a letter sent last week this story contains audio!
Drinking Water Safe in Saugeen Shores 03/15/2017
The Town says drinking water is safe and always has been despite Councillors comments.
Bluewater Area Family Health Team Looks To Expand 03/15/2017
Sleep, mindfulness and "Healthy You" program to be added to expanded facility.
Turbine testing back on the table. 03/14/2017
STOP wants parallel sound testing done on the Unifor turbine in Saugeen Shores. this story contains audio!
Meaford Hospital Surgery Move May Save Money 03/14/2017
GBHS is considering moving surgeries from Meaford, Southampton, and MArkdale to Owen Sound
Savour Owen Sound extended 03/14/2017
The winter food celebration involves 9 restaurants offering 3 course meals.
Perth-Huron United Way Looks For "Sweeter" Ending 03/14/2017
United Way teams up with Rocky Mountain Chocolate, as 2017 fundraising wraps up. this story contains audio!
Meaford Council special hospital meeting  03/13/2017
Council will hold a special meeting to discuss moving elective surgery to Owen Sound
Zurich Vet Clinic Fundraising For Local Shelters 03/13/2017
South Huron Veterinary Clinic selling baked good all week for Huron County animal shelters. this story contains audio!
Drug Forum To Be Hosted In Wingham 03/13/2017
OPP, health officials to discuss identifying drugs and abuse during seminar at F.E. Madill.
A Busy Flu Season in Grey & Bruce 03/10/2017
Grey & Bruce's Medical Officer of Health says this year's vaccine was effective. this story contains audio!
Young Canada Weeks Returns To Goderich 03/10/2017
The 68th annual edition will see 37 teams compete over two weekends. this story contains audio!
Perth-Huron United Way Short On Fundraising 03/10/2017
Officials expect the United Way will not reach $1.337 million fundraising target. this story contains audio!
Hanover Hospital Targeted in Scam 03/10/2017
Scam tells people in India they can apply to work in Hanover's Hospital for a fee. this story contains audio!
Unsafe Driver Activity At School Crossings 03/10/2017
Orillia OPP say safety of children and crossing guards are at risk.
Huron Alzheimer Society Goes Vintage 03/10/2017
Fundraiser asking patrons to wear vintage outfit for March "Memories" Gala this story contains audio!
Immunization Deadline Looming 03/10/2017
Students have a short time left to get up to date vaccinations or face suspension from school.
Milder Spring Expected 03/9/2017
Environment Canada Climatologist says to expect a warmer-than-usual Spring. this story contains audio!
Priorities in Protecting Lake Huron 03/9/2017
Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation is asking the public about their priorities. this story contains audio!
Familiar Names Win OUA Awards 03/9/2017
Armstrong and Coulter Among Those Honoured
Bruce County Museum Expansion Costly 03/8/2017
A feasibility reports shows the cost to expand the Bruce County Museum is quite high. this story contains audio!
Rabid Calf In Blyth Area 03/8/2017
Health officials say calf and herd have been quarantined, following rabies discovery. this story contains audio!
Catholic churches' conscience campaign 03/8/2017
Catholics campaign against Bill 84 requiring doctors to make referals for doctor assited suicide.
Job Fair in Barrie 03/8/2017
Over 40 employers are participating.
Coastal Conservation Group Calls Proposed Great Lakes Cuts Worrying 03/6/2017
Comment comes after U-S gov't proposes 97% cut to Great Lakes restoration plans. this story contains audio!
Hospital Receives Funding to Balance Budget 03/5/2017
MAHC is getting $2.3 Million from Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Health Survey  03/5/2017
You have one last chance to have your say on local health services. this story contains audio!
Red Carpet Rolled Out At Barrie Hospital 03/3/2017
RVH Film Festival honours schools and staff.
Funding Boost for TAY SoS Program 03/2/2017
RBC is donating $100,000 to help youth with mental health issues. this story contains audio!
Spring Registration For Hanover, Brockton 03/2/2017
Baseball, soccer, gymnastics, dance, horseback riding, martial arts and various clubs. this story contains audio!
UPDATE: Missing Alliston Man Found 03/2/2017
Nottawasaga OPP say 43 year old Sean Barclay was located safe and sound.

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