When Jeannette Scobie’s dream of establishing a French-language Catholic school in Owen Sound came to fruition in 1998, there were just seven students. Read More
What is President Abraham Lincoln’s connection to a current vexing Great Lakes threat? Traveling south to Canada, right? And why would France go to court over a Great Lakes issue?
Those are some of the questions Traverse City author Dave Dempsey asks in his latest book, The Great Lakes: Fact or Fake.
Grey Bruce Public Health hopes to improve timely sexual health services and encourage sexually active people to make testing for sexually transmitted diseases part of their wellness routine.
Georgian Bluffs council this week endorsed recommendations which aim to identify to what extent short-term rentals cause problems in the township, then determine what to do about it. Councillors also agreed to hire seasonal bylaw enforcement staff who’ll visit areas based, it’s hoped, on reports from neighbours of troublesome visitors via the township website, Georgian […]
With temperatures in Owen Sound forecasted to hit -30 C with the windchill this weekend, the city has partnered with Safe ‘n Sound to extend its hours for those looking to shelter from the cold. Due to COVID-19 restrictions currently in place, city facilities that have served as warming stations during cold temperatures in the […]
A first-of-its-kind gathering of more than 230 Black students from Grade 7 through high school throughout the region’s largest school board is being hailed as “an historic event” by one organizer.
A funeral for Sharif Rahman, the owner of The Curry House, who died Thursday following a serious assault in Owen Sound is planned for this afternoon at the Owen Sound Muslim Association at 895 7th St. E. According to an update to the GoFundMe page in support of the Rahman family which has since raised […]