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A man has been charged with multiple counts of failing to care for animals after police received reports of puppies that appeared to be abandoned throughout Port Elgin. Overnight, Saugeen Shores Police received multiple calls in regards to newly born puppies that appeared to have been abandoned at different locations throughout the town, police said […]
Early editions of electric hybrid buses in Michigan proved unreliable. But with the return of the wave of electrification in 2021, has anything changed?
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Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Author of the article: Rob Gowan Publishing date: Apr 23, 2021 • 20 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation A parcel of land west of downtown Meaford is the site of a planned attainable housing development. Greg Cowan/The Sun Times jpg, OT Article content A development…
The Grey Bruce Health Unit reported 11 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, with the region passing the 2,000-case mark for the pandemic. The new cases included three in West Grey, two each in Owen Sound and Grey Highlands, and one each in Arran-Elderslie, Chatsworth, South Bruce Peninsula and Georgian Bluffs. Grey-Bruce has now had […]
The Beer Store announced two area stores will be open on Monday, the Labour Day holiday. Owen Sound’s downtown store and a store in Collingwood will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Owen Sound store is at 1155 1st Ave. E. and the Collingwood store is at 415 First St. A Beer […]
Coastal wind is a strong, consistent power source and Michigan’s more than 3,000 miles of coast could provide double the electricity residents used from all sources in 2019.
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