Author: Owen Sound Sun Times

Firearm charges for two Saugeen Shores residents following crash

Two individuals from Saugeen Shores were arrested and charged after a firearm was seized while police investigated a crash on Highway 21 last week. Just before 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 27, police responded to the collision on the highway in the Town of South Bruce Peninsula. During the investigation, officers located a firearm in one […]

Police investigation in Meaford closes section of Albert Street

The public was being asked to avoid Albert Street in Meaford on Monday morning because of an ongoing investigation. Just before 5 a.m. on Monday, Grey Bruce OPP officers and Grey County Paramedic Services responded to a report of an individual in medical distress on Albert Street. The individual was transported to hospital in critical […]

Gravel Gran Fondo riders experience the Bruce Peninsula

The popularity of gravel bike riding was evident in Lion’s Head on Sunday as the Bruce Peninsula Lighthouse Gravel Gran Fondo returned for its third time. A total of 400 riders took part in the event, which sold out months ago, that took them along four routes that all started in Lion’s Head and travelled […]

Sydenham Sportsmen collect eggs, milt at Mill Dam

A little more than a month after the Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular was held, members of the Sydenham Sportsmen Association were back at the water busy making sure there are plenty of fish to catch in future years of the derby. About a dozen club members and other volunteers gathered at the mill dam on […]

Bears top Blueshirts in return to Bayshore

Drama, controversy, heroics, and beer cup pyramids – the Owen Sound Attack’s home opener had it all including a second-straight victory over a big division rival. The Attack held on to a 4-3 win over the Kitchener Rangers Saturday night inside the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre and in front of 2,632 rowdy fans. Win […]

Owen Sound’s second-period surge key in opening night victory

For 20 minutes Friday, the Owen Sound Attack exceeded the wildest fever dream expectations of even the most hopeful among their fans. For 20 minutes they were near perfect and rode the wave to a win. The Attack scored three unanswered goals in the second period while holding the London Knights to a single shot […]

City council hopefuls lay out positions, priorities

Owen Sound voters got a look at the candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election Thursday night. Sixteen candidates for council introduced themselves and fielded questions in a packed room at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre during a meeting organized by the Owen Sound & District Chamber of Commerce. Questions were directed at smaller […]

Bears bolster backend on eve of regular season

Owen Sound Attack general manager Dale DeGray looked to bolster the club’s blueline on the eve of the regular season in a pair of moves. First DeGray shipped depth defender Cedricson Okitundu to the Guelph Storm for a fifth-round pick in 2023. The Attack then made a move with the Ottawa 67’s to bring in […]

Dealing with development a focus in Meaford mayoral debate

Two single-term councillors are looking to replace outgoing mayor Barb Clumpus with residents concerned about massive waterfront developments and a landscape-altering energy project. Ross Kentner and Paul Vickers put forth their visions for leading municipal government during a period of time both called pivotal at the Bognor Community Hall Thursday night. The mayoral all-candidates meeting […]

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