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Demolition In Downtown Clinton To Take Weeks 03/28/2017
Official with Central Huron says cleanup after fire will likely continue into April.
Summer at the Beach Discussed again  03/28/2017
The Dardanella project comes to councillor's attention tonight.
Purolator Stops Service 03/28/2017
Purolator has cancelled all new shipments ahead of impending strike deadline Wednesday.
Spending Spree 03/27/2017
At least 20 fraudulent transactions on credit cards belonging to a Barrie company.
Acting CAO Appointed 03/27/2017
The Town of New Tecumseth has appointed an acting Chief Administrative Officer.
Visitor info centre has new life.  03/26/2017
Brockton and Walkerton's BIA strike deal. this story contains audio!
Hanover Honours Business Community  03/25/2017
The annual awards banquet names citizens who work hard to give back to their community. this story contains audio!
Georgian Hosts Robotics Competition 03/25/2017
34 teams of high school students are competing this weekend. this story contains audio!
St. Clair Township Arrest 03/25/2017
Lambton OPP have made an arrest, in connection with a robbery.
Earth Hour 03/25/2017
Search Warrant Turns up Meth, Stolen Goods  03/24/2017
An Owen Sound couple faces drug charges and charges related to theft from local mall.
Businesses Owe Money 03/23/2017
There are a at least a couple of businesses that still owe the town of Wasaga Beach money.
Telecoms Ask Huron County For $7 Million 03/23/2017
Hurontel, Hay, Tuckersmith request funding, in order to approve bigger ask from feds. this story contains audio!
OFA advocates for natural gas 03/23/2017
The OFA is pushing the provincial government to supply natural gas to rural areas
Bowl For Kids Sake 03/23/2017
Local agency hopes to raise $40,000. this story contains audio!
Jr. Firefighter Program Accepting Applications 03/22/2017
A fun, hands-on program for kids between 9 and 11 is back once again in Saugeen Shores.
Downtown Parking in Orangeville 03/22/2017
Parking survey finds demand is higher downtown during summer events.
Unemployment jumps locally 03/21/2017
Figures show the rate went from 5.1 percent in January to 6.3 percent in February.
Bruce Power Annual Report a Positive 03/21/2017
Bruce Power's Annual Report highlight's clean, reliable electricity on time and on budget for Ontario. this story contains audio!
Chamber head moves to government 03/21/2017
Ontario Chamber boss takes new post as Chief Investment Officer at Queens Park.
School Hit with Graffiti... Twice 03/21/2017
Police are investigating profane and vulgar messages left at the school and two neighbouring businesses.
Wasaga Summer up for Discussion 03/21/2017
Councillors to talk about beachfront
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.
CSPC Looks To Turn Farm Waste Into Sugar 03/20/2017
Cellulosic Sugar Producers' Co-operative to meet in Varna this week, looking for suppliers.
Downtown Improvement Grants 03/20/2017
The City of Orillia handed out a total of $60,000 to five downtown businesses. this story contains audio!
Georgian Bay Area Real Estate 03/20/2017
Drop in sales number; rise in dollar value
Brockton & Bruce County Unite in Business 03/17/2017
Brockton is partnering with the County of Bruce in a venture to promote economic development. this story contains audio!
BWDSB Budget Survey Now Online 03/17/2017
The public can weigh in on the Bluewater School Board's 2017-18 Budget through a new survey. this story contains audio!
Student Startup Money  03/17/2017
Students can apply for $3,000 in startup money for a summer business. this story contains audio!
Industrial Accident in Bolton 03/16/2017
27 year old man suffers injuries in industrial accident at company on Nixon Road Thursday morning.
Hunter fined after shooting another hunter 03/15/2017
Incident happened at Griffith Island and a Caledon area man pleaded guilty.
Tommy Cooper Award Nominations Open 03/15/2017
The award recognizes outstanding contributions to farming and farm life in Grey and Bruce.
Restaurant at Wiarton Airport 03/14/2017
A new 30-seat restaurant will open this spring at Wiarton-Keppel Airport
Opening Announced For Goderich Sushi Restaurant 03/14/2017
Business officials say West Sushi will open March 22nd.
Premier Touts Hydro Plan In Barrie 03/14/2017
Premier says electricity rate cuts aren't motivated by next year's provincial election. this story contains audio!
Hanover reviewing services 03/13/2017
All programs and services are going to be reviewed at a cost of 50 thousand dollars. this story contains audio!
Good Year For Festival Of Northern Lights 03/12/2017
Officials say the Saturday night start was a success, and will happen again this year this story contains audio!
Court appearance for Sauble Beach woman 03/9/2017
One of 2 charged with importing and distributing steroids to enter a plea Thursday.
A Major Development in Markdale  03/9/2017
Fifty five townhouses make up a $13 million investment to start in May. this story contains audio!
Sunrise Records Moves to Owen Sound 03/9/2017
The HMV location at Heritage Place Mall will soon reopen as Sunrise Records.
Conservatives call for moratorium on school closings. 03/8/2017
Patrick Brown says Liberals are abandoning rural Ontario. this story contains audio!
Fraudsters in Downtown Owen Sound 03/8/2017
$50,000 of credit card fraud at Owen Sound businesses
Bruce county woman arrested on steroids charge 03/7/2017
Sarah Posthumous faces new charges along with 1st degree murder in Edmonton.
Kincardine Airport to Get Makeover 03/7/2017
Some much needed improvements & upgrades are coming to the Kincardine Airport. this story contains audio!
Wiarton Job Fair  03/7/2017
Restaurants, quarries, accommodation providers and more are hiring all the way to Tobermory.
Armed Robbery 03/7/2017
Man armed with a knife failed in his attempt to steal anything from an Orillia business.
Province to Help Local Distilleries 03/7/2017
Ontario government initiative to support small distillers and cideries including a local one.
Fire At Metal Recycling Shop 03/6/2017
Creemore residents were told to keep windows and doors closed because of the smoke. this story contains audio!
Ribfest Changing Locations 03/5/2017
The Wasaga Beach Ribfest is moving to Collingwood.
Shelburne Makes National Newspaper 03/3/2017
The town of Shelburne being featured in Globe and Mail newspaper Saturday for rapid growth. this story contains audio!

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