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Light The Way Radiothon Underway 12/14/2017
The phone lines are ringing and donations are pouring in to support the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Property Taxes Inch Up In Georgian Bluffs. 12/14/2017
Council looks at a hike of less than 1 percent for 2018. this story contains audio!
Bruce Power Gearing Up for Steam Generator Replacement 12/14/2017
Bruce power has signed a $130 million dollar contract with 3 companies for steam generator replacement. this story contains audio!
Rules Could Change To Help Huron, Perth Health Unit Merger 12/14/2017
Province looking at changing rules, which could release funding for merger of Huron and Perth health units.
SWIFT Internet Project Moving Ahead In New Year 12/14/2017
Huron County liaison for SWIFT says Requests For Proposals will be issued in January. this story contains audio!
SMART Transit Needs More Money 12/14/2017
Saugeen Mobility Transit is underfunded, according to its manager. this story contains audio!
Huron County Provides Final Update On 100th IPM. 12/14/2017
Officials say over 100 volunteers helped make the Walton IPM a success. this story contains audio!
Money Donated to Food Bank 12/14/2017
$700 from the 9th Annual Fall Classic Police Hockey Tournament held recently has been donated.
Water And Sewer Rates Headed Up In Hanover.  12/13/2017
The town expects to generate approximately 224 thousand dollars from the fee increases. this story contains audio!
Caledon Budget Debated to 2.83% Increase 12/13/2017
Mayor Allan Thompson calls the increase realistic and responsible to build a better community.
Shot Fired During Robbery 12/13/2017
Three suspects were rounded up, including a high-risk vehicle stop in Bracebridge.
Goderich Security Workers Locked Out 12/12/2017
United Steelworkers says security personnel at Compass Minerals Mine in Goderich locked out of work, two weeks before Christmas.
Brockton Finalizes 2018 Budget  12/12/2017
Not everyone supported the $ 17.4 million budget with a tax rate increase of 1.4%. this story contains audio!
Goderich Approves Hydro Merger 12/12/2017
Town approves by-law for merger between Goderich Hydro and Erie Thames Powerlines.
Meaford Approves Draft Budget 12/12/2017
Tax increase comes in lower than anticipated this story contains audio!
Jubilee Park Ball Diamond Renovations 12/12/2017
Saugeen Shores council approves $45,000 makeover for little-used facility this story contains audio!
Caledon Council to Approve Budget 12/12/2017
The Town of Caledon could approve the 2018 budget at Tuesday's meeting.
Jim Ginn Reflects On 1st Year As Huron County Warden 12/11/2017
IPM, Canada 150 among big celebrations in the first of Jim Ginn's two-year term as Warden. this story contains audio!
Fighting Food Insecurity in Grey Bruce 12/11/2017
Health Unit survey finds it costs nearly $11,000 annually to feed the average family
Businesses Struggle With Wage Hike  12/11/2017
The minimum wage hike in January has local businesses taking cost saving measures. this story contains audio!
Poll Shows Many Spending Less On Christmas 12/10/2017
Bayshore Broadcasting asks voters if they planned on spending less or more, 61% say less
Grant Money Awarded 12/10/2017
3 local organizations will get cash.
Gift Spending Survey  12/10/2017
Santa's gift bag will be a little lighter this year.
Stuff the Cruiser in Owen Sound 12/9/2017
City Police will be at Zehr's on Saturday 5-9pm and 9am-3pm on Sunday collecting non-perishable food
Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Argues For Gradual Wage Increase 12/8/2017
Lisa Thompson says fast-rising minimum wage hurting small businesses. this story contains audio!
Paid Parking a Possibility at Main Beach 12/8/2017
Saugeen Shores councillors have brought up the idea of paid parking at Port Elgin's Main beach to help with revenue income. this story contains audio!
Port Albert General Store To Close For Winter 12/7/2017
Store owner says rising minimum wage, inability to sell alcohol factors in seasonal closure. this story contains audio!
Firefighters Fill the Shelves at Local Food Bank 12/7/2017
The Saugeen Shores Firefighters held their Annual Food Drive Saturday, Nov. 25th, 2017. this story contains audio!
2018 Capital Budget Not Yet Finalized 12/6/2017
There are no definitive numbers to report just yet or how it would affect you. this story contains audio!
Soil Expert To Speak In Clinton 12/6/2017
Dr. David R. Montgomery to discuss links between soil health and economics. this story contains audio!
Huron, Lambton, Middlesex Public Transit Talks Continue 12/5/2017
Transit Steering Committee member says province interested in funding rural transit pilot projects. this story contains audio!
Ontario Pedals Money To Orillia For Bike Lanes 12/5/2017
Cash for new cycling route and three other projects. this story contains audio!
Bike Route Funding for Two Local Towns 12/5/2017
The Ontario government is giving
CFOS - Sun Times Christmas Fund Broadcast A Success 12/4/2017
78 per cent of this year's $25,000 goal has been reached as pledges continue to come in.
Goderich Ag Park Reaches $800k In Fundraising 12/4/2017
More funding comes in from numerous businesses as construction begins on future Recreation Park.
College Student Drop Out Deadline Tuesday 12/4/2017
Thousands of students could be eligible for a refund if they withdraw from classes by tomorrow.
Police Attend to Two Robberies 12/4/2017
One person was arrested at one scene, two remain at large in the other. Both are not believed to be connected.
Donation To OSMH 12/4/2017
Bill and Donna Shaw gift $25,000 for the purchase of equipment and technology.
Collingwood Commitee Talks Trails 12/4/2017
SMHF Gets Donation from Hockey Team 12/3/2017
A Clearview hockey team has raised some money in support of Stevenson Memorial Hospital.
Two Residents Caught in Scams 12/3/2017
Two South Bruce County residents are out thousands of dollars after falling victim to scams.
Kinectrics Breaks Ground on New Facility 12/1/2017
Up to 50 jobs are up for grabs as another Bruce Power supplier locates in Bruce County.
Sierra Systems On Board With Bruce Power 12/1/2017
The leading IT services and management consulting firm, and the new office will provide work space for 25 people and support Bruce Power.
Sebringville Business Recognized For Living Wage 12/1/2017
Woodcock Brothers Transportation Group recognize for wages by Perth-Huron United Way.
Four Charged In Huron East Drug Raid 12/1/2017
Two men, two women charged after methamphetamine, marijuana found in home.
OLG supports infrastructure in Hanover 12/1/2017
OLG chipping in $1,050,000 for capital projects in the town
Battle of the Blades Set to Return 11/30/2017
The 2nd Annual Battle of the Blades will raise funds for Caitlyn Cobean's Community Crusaders. this story contains audio!
Festival Hydro Reports Phone Scam 11/29/2017
Utility says fraudsters will call regarding fake "Default Program," request personal information.
Scammers Strike Again  11/29/2017
OPP have some tips after two people were scammed out of a combined $13,000. this story contains audio!
Wasaga Beach Council Decisions 11/29/2017
Spending money next year on architect drawings for the new community hub in Wasaga Beach is still a possibility.

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