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Driving Complaint in Hanover Leads to Arrest of Two Wanted Individuals 06/17/2019
Wanted man, woman charged with numerous offences.
Bruce County Adopts Action Plan as Part of the NII 06/15/2019
The action plan describes 27 key initiatives across eight themes that will be carried out with schools and industry
Temporary Road Closure In Washago Starts Monday 06/14/2019
The closure will be in effect until June 27th, between 7 am and 9 pm each week day....
#EatTogether Program Returns To Goderich Zehrs For Free Barbecue 06/14/2019
Program promoting communal dining and conversation running Friday from 4-6 p.m. at Goderich Zehrs. this story contains audio!
Longtime Manufacturer in Walkerton Marks 100 Years 06/13/2019
Larsen & Shaw first started operating in 1919.
Dungannon Super Pull Returns For 20th Year 06/13/2019
20th anniversary Super Pull will includes modified lawnmowers Friday from the Stoneboat Pullers. this story contains audio!
Raptors Game 5 Showing At Wiarton Arena 06/10/2019
Doors open for the family-friendly event at 8:30
Mom, daughter graduate Lakehead Saturday. 06/8/2019
Irma and Becca Hall get their degrees in Orillia.
Jurassic Beach: Raptors/Warriors 06/7/2019
RecPlex opening the doors so Raptors fans can watch Game 4.
Lions Seek Bronze 06/5/2019
June 5/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
Plover Lovers Looking to Train Volunteers 06/4/2019
Currently there are two nests on Sauble Beach this story contains audio!
The Long Weekend Opening Night  05/30/2019
The Norm Foster comedy will close out the season for the Owen Sound Little Theatre this story contains audio!
Call For Huron Economy To Diversify 05/30/2019
The County's Director of Economic Development says the area must attract skilled workers this story contains audio!
Muskoka Principal Appointed TLDSB Superintendent of Learning 05/29/2019
Paul Goldring starts his new role June 1st...
Shelburne Police Torch Run is this Week 05/27/2019
Police and participants are gearing up to raise money for Special Olympics Ontario Thursday May 30th.
Local Input To Be Sought On Future Of Goderich's Memorial Arena 05/22/2019
Town to seek public input before decision made on aging Memorial Arena this story contains audio!
Juried Art Show in Walkerton 05/21/2019
Annual event begins tonight.
Boating season delayed on Trent-Severn 05/16/2019
Water levels are too high and dangerous.
New Construction Starts Thursday in Dufferin County 05/15/2019
Paving work starts May 16th to the 31st on Dufferin Road 11, from 25 Sideroad to 2nd Line Amaranth.
OPP To Be More Visible During Canada Road Safety Week 05/11/2019
Police will focus on speeding, impaired driving and distracted driving from May 14th through May 20th
Mosley Street Urbanization 05/9/2019
2.6 kilometre stretch of Mosley to be widened.
OPP Says Obey Crossing Guards 05/7/2019
Police say they've received complaints from crossing guards in Kincardine about drivers
Saugeen Ojibway Nation Claims Update  05/6/2019
The first of two local hearings has been held and First Nation Chiefs go on the air to talk about it. this story contains audio!
Trail Project 05/6/2019
Trail project included in Waterfront Master Plan aimed at fixing up the waterfront area.
Huron County Warden Encouraged By Akromold Expansion 05/6/2019
Jim Ginn hopes the development will signal an upsurge in local economic development this story contains audio!
Owen Sound Mini Comicon Arrives 05/4/2019
Seventh annual event starts at 10 a.m. at library.
Grand Bend, Goderich Rotary Clubs To Ship Food To Devastated Mozambique Community 05/3/2019
Following devastating cyclone, Rotarians are fundraising to ship several tonnes of beans to Mozambique. this story contains audio!
Goderich's Akromold To Supply Parts To Bruce Power 05/2/2019
In partnership with Lake Energy Products, Akromold will supply high-precision parts to Tiverton nuclear site.
National Youth Week Kicks Off 05/1/2019
The town of Wasaga Beach kicks off National Youth Week with a flag-raising ceremony today.
Flood Update: Ban on boating 05/1/2019
The federal government has banned boating on several Muskoka waterways.
Erosion on Popular Saugeen Shores Trail System 04/30/2019
The erosion occurred on a portion of Miramichi Bay and a spot close to North Shore Park
Owen Sound Names 2019 Volunteer of the Year 04/30/2019
Joan Hawksbridge, who has contributed her time to art gallery for 50 years, receives recognition.
Green Candidate Acclaimed in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound 04/29/2019
Danielle Valiquette makes first run at federal politics.
500 Performers Are In Walkerton  04/22/2019
The town is hosting the 38th annual Midwestern Ontario Music Festival. this story contains audio!
Inspection for Bridge in Walkerton 04/22/2019
County says bridge is safe, but precautionary inspection comes as report explains similar style bridge collapsed in Quebec. this story contains audio!
Easter Egg Hunt Returns To Downtown Goderich 04/20/2019
Kinsmen Club of Goderich says Easter Egg Hunt begins at 10:00 a.m. sharp!
West Grey Budget Focuses on Infrastructure and Community 04/16/2019
Some highlights include over $4.9 Million in capital projects
Collingwood Judicial Inquiry 04/15/2019
The inquiry is looking into the 2012 decision by council to sell half of Collus to PowerStream.
8th Annual Inside Ride Raising Funds for Local Families 04/14/2019
This years goals are to provide 660 weeks of free hospital parking
67's Advance With Triple Overtime Win 04/12/2019
April 12 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
Bruce Power Supplier Sets Up In Durham 04/10/2019
BC Instruments has opened a location in West Grey and is the fourth supplier to land in Grey County.
Belmore To Host 52nd Maple Syrup Festival 04/10/2019
52nd annual Belmore Maple Syrup Festival returns to the hamlet's Community Centre. this story contains audio!
MacLean Engineering Expands In Owen Sound 04/9/2019
The company has just completed a 15,000 square foot expansion with an aim to double production.
Protest Against Ford Government Cuts To Local Women's Programs Happening In Bracebridge 04/8/2019
Protesters took to the street outside Norm Miller's Bracebridge office... this story contains audio!
Hanover Trail Safety Action Plan 04/8/2019
Eyes and Ears Volunteers to launch to patrol trails. this story contains audio!
Province-wide student walkout 04/4/2019
High school students to protest planned education changes. this story contains audio!
UGDSB Considers IB Program Expansion in Dufferin 04/3/2019
The board only offers the International Baccalaureate Program at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute right now.
Snow and Freezing Rain Expected 03/29/2019
Spring is officially here but a taste of winter is coming Saturday.
Zip Line Could Be Coming To Sauble Beach  03/29/2019
The Sky Rider would be a curved-rail zip line and the first of its kind in Canada. this story contains audio!
Hanover's Facade Incentive Program Returns 03/28/2019
Focus this year is on public art

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