Chippewas of the Thames First Nation is set to host a ceremony next month to recognize and honour the community’s efforts to revitalize its language. Read More
When the federal government formally apologizes to descendants of Black men who served in the First World War’s No. 2 Construction Battalion on July 9, an Owen Sound man will be listening closely. Blaine Courtney’s great uncle, Henry Francis Courtney, served in the battalion and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery’s newly created Military Heritage Trail. […]
Brantford police made an unusual haul earlier this month: seven decaying vehicles that have been sitting at the bottom of a lake for decades. The vehicles were likely stolen, police said. “Initial investigation found no evidence to suspect these vehicles were involved with any other crime,” police said Wednesday in a news release. “As these […]
Mary McGarry of St. Marys has won a Guaranteed $1 Million Prize in the June 16, 2021 LOTTO 6/49 draw.
The Saugeen Shores Police Service Criminal Investigations Branch is seeking the public’s help identifying two people suspected of assaulting and robbing a young female victim. On Wednesday, July 13 at approximately 2:45 p.m. the victim was walking on Market Street near Nodwell Park, between Highland Street and Geddes Street. police said in a news release. […]