The Women’s House Serving Bruce and Grey is receiving provincial funding to help repair its Kincardine facility.
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Saugeen Shores council is being asked to build new baseball diamonds as soon as next year.
Saugeen Shores’ Deputy Mayor says Unifor has missed a June 30th deadline to supply acoustic test results from it’s wind turbine in Port Elgin.
Arran-Elderslie Mayor Paul Eagleson is the first to declare his intention to seek the warden’s position in Bruce County for 2018.
Thursday marked the official opening of the splash pad at North Shore Park in Port Elgin.
A $1-million expansion of the Port Elgin beach washrooms is not moving ahead as proposed.
Saugeen Shores council voted unanimously go proceed with plans for a new police building in Port Elgin.
The Federation of Agriculture is asking Bruce County council to support its request for a moratorium on rural school closures.
President and CEO of the South Bruce Grey Health Centre says doctors are growing frustrated with a lack of available resources in the area.
The municipality says 8,875 tonnes of waste was accepted into the Southampton landfill in 2016, an increase of 2,270 tonnes compared to 2015, or a 26% increase.