It’s been 18 months since the Ripley & District Horticultural Society (RDHS) held an in-person meeting. The last time members gathered for a regular meeting was February 2020 for a soup and sandwich fundraiser at the Ripley-Huron Legion. And the rest, as they say, is history. Read More Read the full story
A bid to demolish a heritage home at 100 Stanley St., at the centre of a long-running debate in London, was deadlocked at council’s civic works committee.
The old saying is that it is the world’s oldest profession. But most women’s advocates will tell you, it’s not a profession at all. It’s something that many women are forced into either by pimps and traffickers, or by circumstances that are often beyond their control. Things like extreme poverty, addiction, or mental health issues. Whatever…
Western University will invite an external investigator to examine the Orientation Week that saw allegations of sexual assaults and drugging of students.
While Grey-Bruce is now a Delta variant hotspot with daily COVID-19 numbers still high compared to other Ontario jurisdictions, the slide in cases and reduced hospital pressures province-wide has allowed Grey Bruce Health Services to begin dismantling its Owen Sound field hospital. “The rest of the province has gone really quiet now, so, at this […]
The province’s Special Investigations Unit is investigating a collision on Sunday afternoon in which a man died after the vehicle he was in was struck by another vehicle that fled police. At approximately 1:25 p.m. on Sunday, a West Grey Police Service officer attempted to stop a driver in the area of Priceville, the SIU […]
The driver of an off-road vehicle in a crash in Chatsworth Township Saturday has died. Steven Dunlop, 26, of Kettleby, Ont., was pronounced dead on Monday, the OPP said in a news release Tuesday. The OPP, Grey County EMS and Chatsworth Fire Department were called to an off road vehicle collision on Moto Park Road […]