Twice in the last six years, doctors told Matilde Sulla Puma her brother was going to die.
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Chanting "Rainbow Walk" as they marched the Elgin Market school grounds, students were excited to show off their anti-bullying message of inclusion and respect in the most colourful way possible.
An Owen Sound drug addict was sentenced to three years in federal custody after he pleaded guilty Thursday to trafficking fentanyl and methamphetamine, among similar offences, three years ago in Owen Sound.
There were no signs held up by protesters on day two of a pork industry trade show in Stratford.
Graduations are typically joyous events.
Real life stories from people who have lived them expanded young minds in an interactive school day at Ripley Huron Community School.
The rain held off for the 24th Annual Kincardine Teddy Bear Parade Saturday June 16, 2018.
The Municipality of Kincardine has announced an agreement with Dr. Catherine Ciszkowski to take up her medical practice in the community by January 2019.
Summertime Blues is cancelled, “due to unforeseen and insurmountable logistical challenges,” organizers announced this morning.
Bruce Power will celebrate summer a little differently this year, when it moves its annual party from the beach to downtown Port Elgin.
Kincardine Pride 2018 is set to be larger, more eventful and even more far-reaching than last year's inaugural event.
As the 30th anniversary of Lois Hanna's disappearance nears, there is a renewed hope for the tip that leads to the missing Kincardine woman being found.