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Police Urge Vigilance As Fraudsters Focus On COVID-19 03/29/2020
Many new scams targeting vulnerable people focused on uncertainties of pandemic.
Police Urge Business Owners To Secure Things During Forced Closures 03/27/2020
Orangeville Police are reminding closed businesses to make sure things are safe and secure.
Sports Roundup 03/27/2020
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Working Group in Shelburne Meets to Assist Local Business 03/26/2020
The first meeting of a working group happened Wednesday to help figure out ways to assist local businesses through pandemic.
Live Panel Discussion on COVID-19 and Small Business 03/25/2020
A live panel discussion will be held this afternoon to discuss the virus' effects on small business in Orangeville.
Town of Caledon to Defer Tax Payments 03/25/2020
The Town of Caledon is also deferring tax payments by two months for those affected financially by COVID-19.
Shelburne Announces Relief Plan 03/25/2020
Mayor Wade Mills announced the deferral of property tax payments Tuesday.
Town of Orangeville Announces Relief Measures 03/24/2020
Town has decided to waive all fees and interest related to the late payment of property taxes - for a three month period.
Southampton's Cruiser's Cruise Nite Won't Run this Summer 03/24/2020
Founder Gary Brown says the cancellation is due to Coronavirus concerns
Province Commits $200 Million In Social Services Relief Funding 03/23/2020
It's going to help Ontario's most vulnerable through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Charges Laid In Counterfeit Money Investigation 03/23/2020
The suspects have an Orillia court date on June 2nd.
Sports Roundup 03/20/2020
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Red-Gloved Robber Arrested By Barrie Police 03/20/2020
Police say he robbed Circle K stores four times in the same day.
Job Loss & Isolation About To Put Huge Demand On Food Banks  03/19/2020
United Way is taking monetary donations for Grey Bruce food banks to buy direct from suppliers.
Local Businesses Operating in Alternate Ways During Pandemic 03/19/2020
Many local business owners have thought up different ways to operate during the coronavirus crisis. this story contains audio!
KTH To Operate During Honda Shutdown 03/18/2020
KTH Shelburne will operate in some capacity despite a shutdown at Honda plant.
Federal Government Announces COVID-19 Aid Package 03/18/2020
A total of $82-billion dollar is being doled out by the federal government to help Canadians during the pandemic.
Honda Plant to Shut Down for Six Days 03/18/2020
North American Honda Automobile plants, including in Alliston, will shut down until March 23rd.
Banks to Help With Mortgages Amid Pandemic Crisis 03/18/2020
People with mortgages may have some help during the virus outbreak.
Natural Gas Could Come to Allenford 03/18/2020
Enbridge is hoping to receive Natural Gas support funding from the Province this story contains audio!
Ontario Premier Declares State of Emergency 03/17/2020
Doug Ford made the announcement this morning.
Recycling Abuse is Costing Taxpayers in Saugeen Shores 03/17/2020
Bruce Area Solid Waste Recycling will clean contaminated recycling bins at the landfill - to the tune of $25,000 this story contains audio!
Ford Makes Announcement About Jobs 03/16/2020
Premier Doug Ford announces protections for jobs because of coronavirus.
Small Businesses Face Challenging Times 03/16/2020
The Orangeville BIA is asking people to support their small businesses during this difficult time surrounding COVID-19.
Brockton Using Grant Money For Efficiency Review 03/13/2020
$175,000 for a “Modernization and Efficiencies Review” to take place in Brockton.
Tax Help for Those With Modest Income 03/12/2020
The Orangeville Library is hosting free tax clinic for those who qualify starting March 12th.
West Grey Man Charged In Robbery  03/12/2020
OPP have charged the man after he allegedly broke into a home armed with a stun gun and baseball bat.
Grey County Boosting Homelessness Prevention Efforts 03/11/2020
An Outreach Worker & a Response Table Coordinator will help tackle chronic homelessness.
Emerging Artists Program Approved 03/10/2020
The deadline to register for the program for young up and coming musicians is Wednesday March 11.
Elementary Teacher Talks Back On 03/10/2020
ETFO members to head back to bargaining Wednesday with the Ontario government.
Counterfeit Money Ring Broken Up 03/5/2020
OPP say counterfeit U.S. money was used in Simcoe County and multiple people have been arrested.
Increase in Vehicle Break and Enters in New Tecumseth 03/5/2020
Nottawasaga OPP say the number of unlocked vehicles being broken into is on the rise.
Counterfeit Ring Busted In Simcoe County 03/4/2020
If you suspect that you've received a counterfeit note, give it to your local police.
Changes to Education Plans Amid Teachers Strikes 03/4/2020
The government has changed their position on higher class sizes and mandatory e-learning for students.
Owen Sound Police May Have A Small Town Edge 03/4/2020
Chief says knowing the community well is an advantage unique to small town crime solving.
Phone Scam Warning in Shelburne 03/2/2020
Shelburne Police warn people about a scam similar to the "grandparent scam".
Huronia West OPP Investigating Armed Robbery 03/2/2020
On Friday night, police say a person was approached at the intersection of John and Perry Streets by a man with a knife, who demanded money.
Grey Bruce Health Services Receives Over $500K From Endowment Fund 02/27/2020
Owen Sound Regional Hospital Foundation Caring For Tomorrow fund supports hospital equipment.
Million Dollar Lottery Ticket Sold in Port Elgin 02/27/2020
The Gledhill family of Paisley won the LOTTO MAX draw on February 18
Saugeen Shores Resident Questions Town Spending 02/27/2020
Laura Robinson suggests money is being spent needlessly on various conferences that could be covered online this story contains audio!
Government Announces Investment for Beef Farmers  02/26/2020
$2 million dollar investment is being made by federal and provincial governments for beef sector.
Walk Raises $17,000 For Owen Sound's Homeless 02/25/2020
The Coldest Night Of The Year Walk raised just over half of its goal for Safe N' Sound
Water Rates to Increase in Shelburne 02/25/2020
Council resolved to adapt a 10.2 per cent annual increase to consumptive rates and 2.3 per cent annual increases to the base charge. this story contains audio!
Free Income Tax Clinics In Owen Sound  02/25/2020
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP Alex Ruff says his office can help connect people to free tax clinics.
Police Investigating Oro-Medonte Gas Station Robbery 02/24/2020
Video surveillance captured the event and police are looking to identify the suspect and vehicle.
Coldest Night Of The Year 02/21/2020
The annual event is taking place in communities across Simcoe County and Muskoka.
You Need A Permit For Shoreline Repair Work 02/20/2020
A local conservation authority has a message for shoreline home owners who are anxious to start repair work.
Cars Broken Into in Erin 02/19/2020
OPP are looking for witnesses after multiple cars were broken into earlier this month.
S.S. Trolley Cruising Towards Deficit 02/14/2020
Trolley expenses could be as high as $43,000 this year with a possible shortfall of up to $18,500. this story contains audio!
Knights Knock Off Civics 02/14/2020
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