Renovations meant to improve patient flow and add two examination rooms at the Wiarton Emergency Department began Tuesday. Grey Bruce Health Services announced in a media release the renovations were expected to begin Nov. 1 with completion of the project anticipated for early spring 2023. All services will remain open throughout the renovation and wayfinding […]
With the rising cost of living affecting more people in smaller centres, a Goderich woman has discovered a simple way to offer a critical service — access to food 24/7, seven days a week. Avery Greaves has spearheaded what are believed to be the town’s first tiny free pantries as part of a global movement […]
by Pauline Kerr “From ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggety beasties, and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord deliver us!” – old Scottish prayer There is something about … Continue reading Celebrating the ghosts of Halloweens past
By Hannah MacLeod The October 2022 municipal election is underway, with the official list of candidates being published on Aug. 22. In Kincardine, there are two candidates running for mayor. … Continue reading Meet your candidates – Mayors
Construction on the main street in Bayfield resumed the week after Labour Day.
More high speed internet expansions are coming to South Bruce Peninsula.
The union released the results of a provincewide vote were released Monday morning.
Scarecrows are stalking Meaford’s streets in preparation for the 25th annual invasion parade Friday. The 2022 Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival is nearly here with volunteers working hard since the spring to get ready for the town’s top event. More than 300 scarecrows are hanging for the lampposts, posing in store-front windows and lounging around […]
Residents in Kincardine can learn more about plans for the Downtown Kincardine Queen Street Reconstruction Project set to begin in the spring of 2023.
North Perth Council received information on a project to help the municipality update their Flood Hazard Identification and Mapping in the area.
by Hannah MacLeod On Wednesday, Sept. 7, BIA members met for breakfast at The Tusk with Darren Alexander of B.M. Ross to learn more about the impacts of next year’s … Continue reading Downtown reconstruction to begin in the spring
With the growing season coming to an end, the Ripley and District Horticultural Society (RDHS) can look back on a busy spring and summer with pride having fulfilled its mission of community beautification. The lifting of pandemic restrictions allowed the group to resume traditional activities including a flower show May 18 and a very successful […]
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