Residents in the Kincardine area are being asked to be on the lookout for anything or anyone that looks suspicious.
The $350,000 classroom will be a prototype for a training facility to be constructed on the Bruce Power site in five years.
Kincardine council is asking the president and CEO of the South Bruce Grey Health Centre to attend a council meeting next month.
Huron-Kinloss Township is receiving a $400,000 gift from the Nuclear Waste Management Organization. The money will go toward a Community Well-Being Reserve Fund.
A Huron-Kinloss councillor praised a Toronto lawyer last night for his honesty and frankness regarding the proposed natural gas pipeline for Kincardine Huron-Kinloss and Arran Elderslie.
The new facility will contain one automatic car wash bay, five self-service car wash bays, and the dog wash.
The uncertain future of Bruce Telecom is affecting the board of directors.
Kincardine may be one step closer to resolving its $1.5-million water pipeline debt.
HuronTel has received a North American honour from The Rural Broadband Association.
A nine-million dollar project in Kincardine has finally been given provincial approval.