The number of people waiting for community housing in Bruce County didn't changed much in 2017 compared to 2016.
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The Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation kicks off its free Coastal Speaker Series March 1 in Kincardine.
With close to $30,000 raised in three meetings, 100 People Who Share is set for its second year in 2018.
The Kincardine Community Achievement Awards nominations have been announced for 2018.
Rural school advocates will have to wait a little longer to see Ontario’s new rule book on how boards pair up with municipalities to save doomed schools.
The Grey Roots lobby was filled with aromas of Middle Eastern cooking and there was an excited buzz among people who lined up Wednesday around lunchtime to taste the dishes.
The OPP Criminal Investigation Branch is working with Saugeen Shores police to locate Nolan Panchyshyn, the 20-year-old Southampton man whose mother reported him missing Dec. 20.
A driver near Stratford was charged with a fairly unusual traffic violation last week — travelling with a large, unrestrained parrot in her car.
Three people are up on drug charges after a raid on a property in Bruce Township.
Keys to Ontario’s first Habitat for Humanity home built on First Nation land were handed to a smiling and grateful Donna Akiwenzie Saturday.