On Saturday, May 7, approximately 170 teams gathered at the Davidson Centre for the annual Huron Shores Hospice “Hike for Hospice” fundraiser. Read More
One new COVID-19 cases was added to the totals in Grey-Bruce on Friday. The lone case reported by the Grey Bruce Health Unit was in Southgate, according to the daily Situation Report, which includes case counts and vaccine data up to midnight on Thursday. There are currently 16 active cases in the two counties, along […]
Cheryl and Duane Edwards were among hundreds watching from Point Edward as thousands of people took to the St. Clair River for the annual Port Huron Float Down. It was the first time the Sarnia couple had seen the unsanctioned event in full swing. “The weather is beautiful, but I also wanted to see what’s […]
New COVID cases Grey-Bruce dropped significantly, down to 20, but that’s likely because fewer people may have sought a test on the weekend, there was reduced testing capacity and results are slower coming, Dr. Ian Arra said Wednesday. After a week when dozens of daily cases has been common, Wednesday’s health unit report of 20 […]
Cathy Robertson remembers Marg Stewart as a confidante and friend. “Whatever you needed, Marg was there for everybody,” the former GoodLife Fitness instructor said about the woman who recruited her to that job. Stewart, who formed GroupWorks at Ironworks gym in recent years, was also a friend of Noelle Paquette and her family, and organized […]
Games on Friday and Saturday have been postponed due to possible contact with someone that tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week.
St. Clair Region Conservation Authority issued a flood warning for communities along the Lake Huron shoreline Wednesday. The conservation authority warned of a storm surge bringing waves up to two metres, 70-kilometre winds and possible flooding Wednesday night and into Thursday morning. “Shoreline erosion is possible with the increased wave action, particularly in the Old […]