A lack of running water has shuttered an Ilderton elementary school, Thames Valley District school board officials said Monday. Valleyview elementary school was closed Monday, a decision made in deference to the school board’s “commitment to ensuring the safety of all staff and students,” officials said in a statement. “The safety of all students, staff, […]
In a release police say officers saw the motorcycle “popping wheelies” and driving aggressively on 10th Street on Wednesday around 11:20 p.m.
Two candidates are vying for the title of mayor in Wellington North this year.
The Government of Canada is contributing nearly $3.4 Million to the existing emergency shelter at the Perth County Transition Home for Women.
Bruce Power will conduct an emergency response exercise early next month.
The installation of a state-of-the-art street lighting system on Belle Isle – located on the Michigan side of the Detroit River across from Windsor, Ontario – was a major step forward in saving energy and electricity while improving safety for visitors. Now five years later, a new study says computer optimization modeling could lead to even further savings and other benefits, such as fewer crashes, for communities that upgrade their street light systems.
Huron County OPP are preparing for the possibility of an illegal car rally, and warn of possible road closures in Goderich this weekend.
Officials with the Town of Goderich and Huron County OPP are issuing a warning to possible participants of a planned unsanctioned car rally.
As the focus on water safety continues to heat up, Ottawa County, Michigan’s, largest employer Gentex donated multiple digital displays to identify water and swimming conditions more prominently. Read the full story The Holland Sentinel. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, safety
The Huron-Perth Healthcare Alliance says a recent COVID-19 outbreak at the St. Marys Memorial Hospital is now over.
RCMP in Saskatchewan say they have arrested the second suspect wanted in connection to string of deadly stabbings northeast of Saskatoon.
All members of the South Bruce OPP took part in the Labour Day Road Safety Week campaign that ran from September 2nd to September 5th.
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