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Open/Closed May 22 05/19/2017
Holiday Monday impact on public transit and garbage collection.
The Snowbirds Show Will Go On  05/18/2017
The military precision flying team has cancelled some spring shows, but not Hanover in June. this story contains audio!
Severe Thunderstorms to Hit the Region 05/18/2017
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued, weather officials warn of heavy rain, wind and hail.
Police Warn Against Pets in Hot Cars  05/16/2017
The temperature inside a parked car can climb to very dangerous levels for pets. this story contains audio!
Pine Lake Couple Walking To Ottawa 05/15/2017
Pat and Fred Sheppard are raising money to fight human trafficking. this story contains audio!
Goderich Harbour Expansion Begins This Summer 05/15/2017
Officials say $16M project will see wharf, docking area expanded. this story contains audio!
Sauerbrei and Reyers Repeat 05/12/2017
Dixon and Frook Tie for 5th at Ontario Better Ball
Boat Excursions From Port Elgin Harbour  05/9/2017
Weekend boat cruises could begin later this month once the weather warms up. this story contains audio!
Emergency Preparedness Week 05/8/2017
Tornado, flood, power outage, chemical spill: Are you prepared? this story contains audio!
Fundraiser to Rebuild Burned Down Barn  05/6/2017
You can help a local family who lost their livelihood in a barn fire. this story contains audio!
Orangeville Farmers Market 05/6/2017
The Orangeville Farmers Market opens today.
Rainfall Warning 05/4/2017
40-70 mm of rain is expected between today and Saturday.
Flood watch issued in SVCA area. 05/3/2017
Officials say 89 mms of rain has fallen in a week with more coming.
UPDATE Risk Of Localized Flooding 05/3/2017
Heavy rain starts Thursday and will last through Friday. this story contains audio!
Internet Voting Rejected 05/2/2017
Orillia City Council votes 5-4 to stick with paper ballots in 2018 municipal election. this story contains audio!
Soggy Weather 05/2/2017
The region needs a good ringing out after a storm system brought heavy rain.
Soggy Weather 05/1/2017
April showers spill over into May.
Special Weather Statement 04/30/2017
We are expecting quite a bit of rain by Monday.
Huron's "Out Of The Cold" Project Wraps Up 04/20/2017
6 guests stayed at mens-only shelter during winter months. this story contains audio!
Grey Highlands Man Injured Cutting Tree 04/13/2017
A 76-year-old man is in critical condition after an accident while cutting trees with a chainsaw.
OPP Reminder to Be Bear Aware 04/12/2017
Winter is over and bears are in search of food after a long hibernation. this story contains audio!
Power outages blamed on weather 04/7/2017
Several small groups of residents without power
Weather Causing Waste Collection Delays 04/7/2017
Garbage will be picked up expect in some rural areas.
ABCA Issues Water Safety Advisory 04/6/2017
Warning of possible flooding, higher water levels ahead of days-long rainfalls.
Another Rainy Storm System 04/5/2017
Heavy rain for northern Simcoe County including Orillia, as well as Muskoka.
Living Snow Fence Possible For Bruce County  04/2/2017
MTO says "tree fence" along Highway 21 is possible if successful in Huron County
Street Sweeping In Wasaga Beach 04/2/2017
Winter clean up starts this week.
Special Weather Statement 03/30/2017
Snow and rain mix.
CANWARN session moved 03/23/2017
Storm spotter training moved from 75-seat venue to 250-seater
Winter Maintenance On Par With Normal Season 03/20/2017
Huron County Director of Operations says winter costs normal, despite wamer season. this story contains audio!
Works Continues On Guelph-To-Goderich Trail 03/20/2017
G2G plans final workshop, ahead of trail clearing in 2017.
Spring Expected to be Warmer than Usual 03/20/2017
Monday March 20 marks the first official day of spring, and this season should be warmer than normal.
Saugeen Shores to Approach Province About Rail Crossing 03/18/2017
The rail crossing Between Port Elgin and Southampton is considered dangerous
Efforts to Boost Highway 21 Rail Trail Safety  03/17/2017
Saugeen Shores will again talk to the province about a dangerous highway crossing.
Tree Lines Planned For Huron Highways 21, 8, 4. 03/16/2017
MTO proposes tree lines to avoid snow drifting on major Huron County highways. this story contains audio!
Highlanders Have Play In Game 03/14/2017
2017 OHL Cup
Snowstorm Centres Itself West of Toronto 03/14/2017
Heavy snow to miss Dufferin, Wellington, Peel, Southern Grey and South Simcoe County.
Winter Storm Impact Will Not Be Severe 03/13/2017
The worst of the storm will be felt in Hamilton and Niagara.
10 to 15 cm of Snow on the Way 03/13/2017
Environment Canada warns of light snow Monday afternoon with heavier blowing snow Tuesday.
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!
Milder Spring Expected 03/9/2017
Environment Canada Climatologist says to expect a warmer-than-usual Spring. this story contains audio!
High Winds Today 03/8/2017
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement.
SVCA Eyeing Waterways as More Rain On Way 03/7/2017
Conservation Authority officials are watching water levels closely around the region. this story contains audio!
Water Levels May Rise With Temperature 03/6/2017
With temperatures to climb above zero, people are reminded to stay clear of waterways.
Snowmobile Deaths Concern Police 03/6/2017
OPP say 13 people have died in the last 6 weeks in snowmobile related collisions. this story contains audio!
Chamber Job Fair 03/5/2017
The second annual Chamber of Commerce Job Fair in Exeter is just around the corner. this story contains audio!
Plenty Of Snow Still Possible For Huron 03/2/2017
Senior Climatologist says 15% of winter snowfalls happen after March 1st in Huron County. this story contains audio!
Another Water Safety Advisory 03/1/2017
Rainfalls and saturated soils reason for second advisory in two weeks.
Goderich Researcher To Study Lemurs Abroad 03/1/2017
Biological Anthropologist Amber Walker-Bolton to hold lecture, ahead of Madagascar research trip. this story contains audio!
Fewer Collisions in Owen Sound  03/1/2017
There were 540 collisions last year according to Owen Sound Police statistics. this story contains audio!

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