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Prepare for Colder Temperatures 12/13/2017
Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health says people need to prepare for extreme cold this winter.
Snow Continues in Dufferin and Area 12/12/2017
5 to 10 cm today, and again tonight in the forecast according to Environment Canada.
Got the Winter Blues? Hit Up the Library! 12/12/2017
Beat the winter blues at the Orangeville Library with their new light therapy lamp.
More Snow on the Way 12/11/2017
A special weather statement warning of up to 10 cm of snow Monday evening into Tuesday morning.
Foulds Finishes Kings 12/8/2017
Terriers-Kings Snowed Out
Snow Accumulation Possible Thursday 12/6/2017
Weather forecasters say 5 to 10 centimetres of snow to fall on average around south central Ontario.
Snow Squalls Expected 12/5/2017
colder weather is on the way
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.
Habitat For Humanity Need Volunteers For Goderich Build 12/4/2017
Anyone with experience with insulation or vapour barriers needed for latest home build.
Volunteer Needed For Goderich Rink Construction 12/1/2017
Organizers need helpful hands to help build outdoor ice rinks at Victoria Park. this story contains audio!
Registration Open For Huron "Out Of The Cold" 11/23/2017
Men's homeless shelter to open December 1st, with registration now being accepted. this story contains audio!
Royals Recap 11/22/2017
The Path To OFSAA Boys Volleyball Tournament for Saugeen District
Snowy Start To Winter 11/20/2017
Environment Canada says lake effect snow will dominate the month of December. this story contains audio!
Snowy and Cold Winter Coming 11/20/2017
Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says we will see our fair share of snow this winter.
New Navigation System For Airport 11/19/2017
$14,000 raised from Snowbird Air Show helps fund purchase
Santa Clause Parades in Alliston and Orangeville 11/18/2017
It's going to be a rainy night for Santa in the region.
Children's Candlelight Parade 11/17/2017
Christmas spirit will come to life in downtown Orillia.
ABCA Issues Water Safety Advisory 11/16/2017
Low-lying areas along Lake Huron could see flooding in coming days.
Surge Of Microplastics Wash Up Along Lake Huron 11/16/2017
"Nurdles" appear in large numbers at various beaches along the Canadian shores of Lake Huron. this story contains audio!
Abbott 4th at Provincials 11/13/2017
Ontario Cross Country Championships
Impaired Driving and Bad Weather 11/11/2017
The choice to drink and drive combined with bad weather has lead to a collision in Bradford.
Fatal Collision Kills 21 Year Old Woman 11/10/2017
Weather is said to be a factor in a crash that killed 21 year old Rebecca Cutting Thursday night.
First Blast Of Winter 11/9/2017
Local snow squalls, strong wind and biting wind chill.
OPP Reminder About Safe Winter Driving 11/9/2017
Snow tires, emergency kit recommended in wintry conditions.
Beach Water Testing to be Reduced Next Year 11/9/2017
The Health Unit is going to reduce lake water testing frequency next year to once a month but expand the number of beaches that are tested. this story contains audio!
ABCA Issues Flood Advisory For Lake Huron Shoreline 11/9/2017
Strong winds to create higher waves, which could cause flooding along shoreline Thursday and Friday.
Motorists Urged to "Get Ready for Winter" 11/8/2017
Local police are asking motorists to prepare for winter driving as the season begins.
Put On The Snow Tires 11/7/2017
Snow shovel worthy lake effect squalls are expected later this week. this story contains audio!
Bronze Bust Of Gordon Lightfoot Unveiled 11/6/2017
Juno award winning singer blown away by the crowd that turned out for the event. this story contains audio!
Marine "Terracing" Affecting Lake Huron Beaches 11/3/2017
Lake Huron Centre says terracing can be stopped by planting dune grass or sand fences. this story contains audio!
Rogers Hometown Hockey Weekend 11/3/2017
The hockey spotlight will be on the Sunshine City. this story contains audio!
Food Bank Usage Up as Winter Draws Near 11/1/2017
More and more people are relying on food banks each month in Bruce & Grey Counties.
Halloween Safety Tips From OPP 10/31/2017
Bright-coloured costumes, travelling in groups among tips from provincial police this Halloween.
Transit Is In A Good Place: Orillia Mayor 10/27/2017
Steve Clarke touts new route, new operator and new buses, for starters. this story contains audio!
Construction in Orangeville 10/25/2017
Asphalt work in two spots in Orangeville this week could cause delays.
Huron "Out Of The Cold" Shelter Returning 10/24/2017
Program to be expanded to four months, with province covering 100% of costs.
Bruce Power soccer tournament scores $30K for charity 10/22/2017
Inaugural Kindcardine event was in support of United Way of Bruce Grey
County Building Renos Almost Done  10/20/2017
The new addition at the Grey County administration building is nearly complete. this story contains audio!
Chi-Cheemaun Back in Owen Sound 10/17/2017
Another successful season has wrapped up with higher numbers than last year. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Bluffs Maple Syrup Festival Deferred 10/16/2017
Organizers say they've operated at a loss for the past two years this story contains audio!
Rain and Wind Storm Causes Damage 10/16/2017
Downed trees and power outages across the region after a rain and wind storm Sunday.
Special Weather Statement 10/15/2017
A soaking rain is in the forecast for today.
Festival of Wizardry Cancelled 10/15/2017
The Harry Potter themed festival in Blyth is cancelled due to weather
Sex Trafficking Not Just a Big City Issue 10/13/2017
If you think sex trafficking is a "big city" problem, think again; it's happening everywhere. this story contains audio!
Great Weekend for 31st Annual Pumpkinfest 10/2/2017
Huge pumpkins, a visit from Batman and a marriage proposal were some highlights. this story contains audio!
Electric Pickups Possible For Goderich Fleet 10/2/2017
AMO looking to test electric trucks in pilot project. Town has until Nov 14th to apply.
Wiarton Willie laid to rest in state funeral 10/1/2017
Dignataries gather to honour late prognosticating groundhog this story contains audio!
Bruce Power Golf Tournament  10/1/2017
Bruce Power workers took advantage of beautiful weather, to raise $25,000.
Scarecrow Invasion cancelled 09/30/2017
The parade and festival in Meaford had to be cancelled due to high winds, craft show still on this story contains audio!
Pumpkinfest Weekend Has Arrived 09/29/2017
It'll be all things Pumpkin in Port Elgin for the 31st Annual Autumn Event. this story contains audio!

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