Lives behind the Commemorative Banners: Part 4 – Saugeen Township

The story of veteran Gordon Cummings had long eluded war historian, William (Bill) Streeter of Southampton until 2017. Gordon Cummings was born on December 13th,...

Collisions involving deer on the rise

Between 12:26 a.m. on October 17, 2020 and 12:24 a.m. on October 25, 2020, South Bruce Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to 12 crashes involving...

OMHA and Dairy Farmers award post-secondary bursaries to exceptional young athletes

Five high school graduates, who made a big impact in their schools and in their communities, are being recognized for their academic excellence, minor...

Lives behind the Commemorative Banners: Part 3 – Southampton

In Part 3 of the Lives behind the Commemorative Banners, historian Bill Streeter talks about two young Southampton men who went off to war...

A virtual Learning About Treaties Recognition Week in Bruce County

The first week of November is “Treaties Recognition Week” - a week designated to learning more about treaty rights and responsibilities in Ontario. Each...

Plan a spooky fun Halloween family night with a Museum Clue Box

Many visitors enjoyed the recent "Night at the Museum" Virtual Event and IT'S NOT TOO LATE for your family to have some spooky, mysterious,...

Save the iconic Saugeen River Range Light: fundraising campaign begins

Saugeen River Front Range Light Restoration Project The Marine Heritage Society and the Propellor Club have partnered with the Town of Saugeen Shores and want...

Lives behind the Commemorative Banners: Part 2 – Port Elgin

This year, 2020, is the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.  In commemoration, we wanted to honour those of Bruce County...

Saugeen Shores officially appoints a new CAO

Saugeen Shores Council has passed a bylaw to appoint Kara Van Myall as Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the Town of Saugeen Shores. Van Myall...

The Lives behind the Commemorative Banners – Part 1

As November 11th approaches, the commemorative banners throughout Southampton and Port Elgin take on a special meaning but, so few know the lives behind...

Local Moms take part in 100MillionMomsMarch to voice concerns

The numbers may have been small but local mothers of Saugeen Shores exercised their vocal concerns loud and clear. On Saturday, October 24th, with children...

Pot-belly pigs and friends live out their lives at Carroll’s

             Carroll's Animal Sanctuary and Rescue ~ Live – Love – Safe ~  When Cynthia and Jennifer, both with...

David Archibald – Rocks of Tobermory

For many in Southampton, the 'Rocks of Tobermory' by David Archibald, has become a popular song that rings close to home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N85NC-P4RNw&feature=emb_title

Vehicle ends up on Southampton beach

For those not familiar with South Street in Southampton, it runs west from Hwy. 21 to Huron St. - beyond Huron Street is Lake...