There will be some changes to the WOAA Senior Hockey League when the puck drops on the 2014/15 season this fall. The league will be introducing the two-referee system, although it will be on a limited basis during the regular season. Each team will play three home games using the two referees and the semi-final and […]
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President and CEO Paul Rosebush says they have developed a $22.5-million proposal to renovate the hospital.
There are no issues with Saugeen Shores council’s finances. Council received its 2013 audited financial statements, which show the town’s accumulated surplus rose by $2.4-million last year to $163-million. Auditor Mike Bolton says there’s no red flags for him, adding the municipality is well run and there’s no concerns at this point. He says the […]
South Bruce Peninsula council wants to sit down with the Bluewater District School Board to hammer out a better operating deal for the Amabel-Sauble Community School.
Young people collecting social assistance in Bruce County will soon get an opportunity to improve their skills.
The sixth annual relay drew hundreds of walkers, circling the track through the night in chilly temperatures at Port Elgin’s Nodwell Park
Bruce Power will be playing a bigger role in keeping the provincial electricity grid stable this summer.
The search is on for a tenant for the historic Walkerton Jail.
Despite some public concerns, a proposed retail development in Southampton has the green light to move ahead.
A rare visitor has decided to call the Port Elgin beach its home for the summer.