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Moratorium put on school closings.  06/28/2017
Queens Park will change the accommodation review process. this story contains audio!
Council Seeks Answers to Possible Shift of Day Surgeries 06/28/2017
Saugeen Shores Council has spoken out regarding possible day surgery cuts at Southampton & Markdale. this story contains audio!
CAO John Telfer Announces Retirement 06/28/2017
Town of Shelburne bids farewell to John Telfer on August 4th after 14 years on the job.
High Priced Beach House a No Go 06/27/2017
Council has voted against a $1.1 million Beach house and Washroom facility at Port Elgin's Main Beach.
Public Forum on Grey Gables Tonight  06/27/2017
Mayor Paul McQueen hopes to get suuestions from the public on keeping the facility open. this story contains audio!
Community Pride Abounds at Inaugural Event 06/26/2017
Thousands lined downtown Kincardine Saturday for the 1st ever PRIDE parade and festival. this story contains audio!
Hydro Rates On Minds Of Huron Business Officials 06/23/2017
First-time Goderich councillors speak in Huron Chamber's latest political breakfast series this story contains audio!
Huron County CAO Resigns 06/22/2017
Brenda Orchard resigns as top staffer, after four years as CAO. this story contains audio!
More Bike Racks In Downtown Goderich 06/21/2017
Town to install racks on Montreal St, behind Livery, and at beach. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MP Calls For Tighter Immigration Policy 06/21/2017
Conservative Ben Lobb suggests new Canadians speak official language, embrace Canadian values. this story contains audio!
Ex Wardens meet with Warden Al Barfoot.  06/20/2017
The current head of Grey County council says he wants everyone on the same page. this story contains audio!
Huron Chamber To Host First-Time Town Councillors 06/20/2017
Goderich councillors Luke Elliott and Matt Hoy to speak during Chamber's breakfast series. this story contains audio!
Expansion Of Goderich Harbour Begins 06/20/2017
$16M project will see wharf, docking area expanded in Canada's Prettiest Town this story contains audio!
Goderich Recognizes World Refugee Day 06/19/2017
Event will hear from refugees, and celebrate Canada's newcomers with food and speeches.
Remarkable Women In Huron County Recognized 06/19/2017
Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson and South Huron Mayor Maureen Cole recognize prominent women.
The Colours of Pride Flying High 06/15/2017
The Municipality of Kincardine & Bluewater School Board have raised the Pride Flag ahead of the 1st ever Pride Parade. this story contains audio!
Survey For Goderich's Proposed Skate Park 06/15/2017
Redeveloped sports park would include skate park, but comments needed in online survey. this story contains audio!
Bayfield Beach Given Blue Flag Status 06/15/2017
Bluewater town to raise the Blue Flag, in promotion of cleanliness, water quality, and safety. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MP Ben Lobb Apologizes  06/14/2017
He issues apology, following comments to the Emergency Preparedness Minister.
Orangeville Police Stay Put 06/13/2017
Town council hold vote resulting in a 4-3 decision against transitioning town police service to OPP.
Huron-Bruce Tory MP Touts New Leader's Resume 06/12/2017
MP Ben Lobb says new leader Andrew Scheer brings political experience to Conservatives. this story contains audio!
Remuneration Review Committee in Hanover 06/11/2017
The committee will make recommendations on Council’s remuneration levels this story contains audio!
Speed Limit Changing Around IPM In Walton 06/9/2017
County Roads 12, 25 to be reduced to 50 km/h, from Sept 4-29. this story contains audio!
Seniors Expo Runs In Goderich 06/9/2017
Expo will help seniors and family transition into life of independence. this story contains audio!
Ships Turned Away At Goderich Harbour 06/7/2017
Mayor says dust likely to blame for up to 4 ships being redirected from harbour. this story contains audio!
Huron County Historic Newspapers Now Online 06/7/2017
County libraries digitize historic newspapers, dating back to 1848.
Goderich Potter Festival Still In The Air 06/6/2017
Town council discusses event in closed session, while organizers pitch Blyth Campground for event.
International Brand Recognition Award 06/5/2017
The County of Bruce has been awarded for its Be An Explorer branding. this story contains audio!
Huron Chamber Of Commerce Reacts To Minimum Wage Increase 06/5/2017
Chamber says fair pay important, but quick change in wage will effect business' bottom line. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Tory MP Suggests New Leader Advise On Trade 06/5/2017
Ben Lobb says newly-elected Conservative leader is well-position to advise on trade issues. this story contains audio!
Future Still Uncertain For Goderich's Harry Potter Festival 06/2/2017
Town staff say organizers refusing to provide proof of insurance for October event.
MPP Walker Votes Against Bill 132 06/2/2017
Walker says the government could have done many things differently to fix the ongoing problems.
Wind Turbine Complaints Renewed At Legislature 06/2/2017
Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Lisa Thompson accuses province of not listening to residents with turbine complaints.
60 Jobs Created With New Food Plant 06/2/2017
Orangeville will be the site of a new park to honour local solder killed in Afghanistan and others.
Goderich Raises Flag On Pride Month 06/1/2017
Town councillors, staff on hand for first-time raising of rainbow flag to celebrate Pride Month in June. this story contains audio!
New Canadian $10 Features Agnes Macphail 06/1/2017
Macphail is the first woman to have her portrait on a Canadian bill.
Huron-Bruce MP Backs New Conservative Leader 05/31/2017
Tory MP Ben Lobb says Andrew Scheer will help unite party, ahead of potential 2019 vote. this story contains audio!
Fitness Equipment Coming To Goderich Beach 05/30/2017
Rotary Club of Goderich to install equipment, in promotion of active lifestyles. this story contains audio!
No More ATVs On Huron County Roads 05/29/2017
County passes by-law disallowing ATVs on area roads, following disbanding of ATV club. this story contains audio!
Fanshawe College Receives Provincial Grant 05/29/2017
Fanshawe getting $2.6 million to create cyber security lab.
Liberals begin listening tour on school closings. 05/26/2017
Local MPP Bill Walker wonders why they weren't listening earlier. this story contains audio!
Huron County Pride To Meet With Ambassador To Poland 05/25/2017
Pride group schedules lunch with Huron County native and ambassador Stephen de Boer this story contains audio!
Planning Continues For Goderich Harry Potter Festival 05/25/2017
Organizers say festival tentatively scheduled to run at GDCI or Lion's Harbour Park. this story contains audio!
Goderich Hotel To Break Ground In June 05/24/2017
Developer says four storey hotel will have 60 rooms and indoor, outdoor pools. this story contains audio!
AMDSB Continues Enrolment Discussion 05/24/2017
Declining enrolment has Avon Maitland Board discussing municipal partnerships.
Slots At Clinton Raceway Could Expand 05/23/2017
Central Huron Mayor says new slots owners looking to build restaurant. this story contains audio!
2017 busy for Grey county.  05/21/2017
A number of projects are being worked on including a new paramedic building in Chatsworth. this story contains audio!
Blyth Memorial Hall Reopens 05/19/2017
Interior, exterior, ventilation, stage renovations cost nearly $4 million for historic Blyth Hall. this story contains audio!
New Policies Needed For Indigenous Youth, Says Huron-Bruce Tory MPP 05/19/2017
Lisa Thompson calls for policy updates, after four aboriginal youth missing from group home die. this story contains audio!
St. Marys Drops OPP For Stratford Police 05/19/2017
Mayor expects the town will save $250 thousand per year in policing change.

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