A London man is accused of selling drugs to a woman who later died from an overdose and a man who was injured, London police say. Read More
In “Shrinking Winter,” scientists work to understand the causes and potential effects of less ice cover on the Great Lakes, a documentary photographer and three longtime ice anglers reflect on changes to the winter fishing season, and a competitive speed skater reflects on the joys of “wild ice.”
This episode originally aired in February and was one of the team’s favorites this year, so we brought it back around for the holiday season with updates.
Owen Sound has awarded a tender for the first part of a three-phase project to help ensure water service continues if there is a break in the 9th Avenue East business area at the south end of the city. On Monday, city council accepted a tender from Moorefield Excavating for just over $773,500 for Phase […]
Owen Sound’s longstanding hyper-local independent bookstore and publisher The Ginger Press celebrated Independent Bookstore Day with a serial signing Saturday at its downtown location. Ten local authors of books published during the pandemic were in-store to meet their readers and sign copies of the works for the first time. “We really had our legs pulled […]
On Saturday February 5 the SBGHC Kincardine Hospital Auxiliary Awards committee: Ginny Ross, Bonnie Stark and Bessie Farrell along with President Cheryl Rogers were thrilled to be able to present Judith Bond with a special certificate recognizing her 40 years of volunteering with the Auxiliary. Ross mentioned that Bond had taken on nearly every position […]
Victoria Weidemann continues to wonder what happened to her dad and his buddy when they went fishing one evening in 1995 and never returned. Their disappearance 28 years ago, the discovery of their partly submerged canoe off Saugeen Shores, two paddles and two life-jackets in Lake Huron, suggested the worst. But their bodies were never […]
A once-in-a-century rainstorm that began Wednesday night dumped as much as 190 millimetres of rain on parts of Southwestern Ontario, causing flooding on highways and roads and damage to homes and businesses from Windsor to Middlesex County. Postmedia journalists documented the storm’s fallout on Thursday. IN GLENCOE IN WARWICK TOWNSHIP IN TILBURY IN ESSEX COUNTY […]