A school bus driver is facing a charge of impaired driving after a bus was stopped by police near Bluevale.
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Local flooding concerns have eased. A Flood Watch remains in effect for the Saugeen River system. The SVCA’s Flood Forecast Centre says flows from Walkerton and upstream have stabilized, but will remain high through the rest of the week.
In keeping with today’s Christmas-like weather, Goderich councillor Michele Hansen has received permission from the County to project images onto the south wall of the County Courthouse prior to Christmas.
Owen Sound Council has voted to fund the rebirth of the city’s Marine Rail Museum.
Saugeen Shores taxpayers will be hit hard as the response begins to the arrival of the destructive emerald ash borer.
There’s concerns about a Youth Treatment Centre being planned, located outside of Paisley. According to their website, The Georgian Bay Treatment Centre for Youth facility is hoping to provide treatment for up to fifty, 14-19 year olds, at the Two Rivers Conference Centre on Bruce Road 1, formerly known as Christian Horizons. Neighbouring resident Sarah […]
One of the presenters at the recent Warden’s Luncheon in Goderich says people are aways surprised when he tells them what he does and they’re even more surprised when he tells them he does it from Brussels.
A new state of the art digital X-ray suite will will reduce waiting time and improve image quality for patients at St. Marys Memorial hospital.
An Owen Sound company is using a provincial investment to expand production and create jobs.
A Flood Watch remains in effect today for the entire Saugeen Valley wateshed. The SVCA’s Flood Forecast Centre reports that flooding will continue today and in traditional low-lying areas. Levels are not expected to receed until late today, and it all depends on how much rain we get.