Jobs one of the issues of the upcoming election on June 12.
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Hanover Police have arrested a second suspect in relation to a theft incident from Walmart on May 8th that left a Hanover police officer with a broken leg.
The Bluewater School Board will face enrolment challenges in the coming years.
A consultants study of future accommodation needs predicts as many as 18 Bluewater schools may have to close over the next 15 years.
Goderich councillors approved a zoning amendment last night that will allow the former Zellers store at the Suncoast Mall to be divided up to accommodate four smaller stores.
Minto is going to try the ‘friendly’ approach to get rid of illegal hookups to the sanitary sewer system.
Provincial PC Leader Tim Hudak says it would be very difficult to reverse wind energy projects in rural Ontario that have already been approved. But he says if he forms the next government he will impose a moratorium on any new projects
Bluewater Board of Education trustees believe they can maintain programs as they work to finalize their budget for the year.
Minto may keep its buggy bypass open permanently in Harriston.
A South Bruce Peninsula councillor has decided to challenge for the top job on council this fall.
Janice Jackson says she will be running for mayor.
The Municipality of North Huron is spending an extra 10-thousand dollars on economic development. The majority of money will be spent on property appraisals to assist with commercial and industrial development, while the rest is allotted for traffic count studies at the main intersections of Blyth, and Wingham, signage and a flag replacement. CAO Gary […]