The province has made some significant changes to the planning guidelines that regulate planning decisions throughout Ontario.
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Concern over cyber attacks is one of the reasons Saugeen Shores council is not changing the way voters will elect their next municipal government.
A Brockton Councillor has concerns over the company being considered to conduct the internet voting for the fall municipal election. Chris Peabody says computer scientists from MIT and Yale read the agreement Brockton has with Dominion Voting and they were very concerned about several of the provisions. Including, limited liability, no chance to do a […]
An 83-year-old St. Mary’s man is dead after the minivan he was driving crashed into a display vehicle at a Ford Dealership. The OPP say just after midnight Tuesday morning, a minivan heading south on Thames Road in St. Marys veered off the road and struck a 2014 pick-up truck that was parked at the […]
The unusually cold and stormy winter did not keep people away from the Meaford Museum.
The Museum’s coordinator reports the number of visitors to the museum during the first three months of this year shot up to more than triple what it was for the same period of 2013.
The Huron-Perth Healthcare Alliance is hoping to be able to consolidate all its cataract services at the Clinton Public Hospital this spring.
A home on the east side of Owen Sound was hit by a pair of quick-working thieves yesterday morning.
A school bus driver is facing a charge of impaired driving after a bus was stopped by police near Bluevale.
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.