My Romeo & Me – Mary Heroux writes her first book in her 90s

When Mary Heroux lost her husband in 2019, she also lost her best friend.  For 46 years, the couple lived and worked together and,...

What’s on at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre?

Throughout the summer and fall get ready to hold on tight while exploring earthquakes and tsunamis when you visit “When the Earth Shakes.” This new...

Grey Bruce Sunset Cruisers Bruce Peninsula Show ‘n’ Go set for August 1, 2021

There is only one week left for the second Grey Bruce Sunset Cruisers Show 'N' Go tour that is set for the Civic holiday...

Growing sunflowers by HappyDIYHome New Zealand

Our New Zealand readers from 'Happy DIY Home' have once again sent us a comprehensive gardening guide and this one focuses on sunflowers. Hi Sandy...

Order now for annual Foodland Lobster Fest

Tomorrow, June 25th, is the last day to order your lobster for either pick-up or cooked next weekend July 31st from Southampton Foodland. Order yours...

Local Brucedale Press continues to foster local stories and local authors

Brucedale Press in Bruce County is dedicated to fostering local authors' historical occurrences and fictional stories based within the local region. Throughout the summer, Anne...

Once Upon a Time: LOCKERBY FOUNDED IN 1851 — Part 2

On June 21, 1979, the Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority unveiled a commemorative cairn at Lockerby Conservation Area near Paisley. Mrs. Alice Weeden was invited...

Eby’s Barber Shop carries on a century of tradition

During the past 18 months of the COVID pandemic, many businesses including barbers and hairdressing salons have suffered as clientele have been unable to...

Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre re-opening for an exciting summer

The Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre has been preparing to deliver you an exciting summer of discovering Bruce County history. The BCM&CC is...

Southampton bump-outs still of concern

Council recently heard from Southampton resident Doug Longmire about his concerns regarding the 'bump-outs' that were constructed along High Street approximately three years ago. The...

Saugeen Shores and SON working toward land settlement resolution

Saugeen Shores and the Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) are working together to finalize an agreement settling Saugeen Shore’s involvement in SON’s long-standing legal action...

Legion prepares for phase 3 re-opening during COVID

As the Province heads into Phase 3 of re-opening during COVID, Port Elgin Legion  Branch 340 is all set to open its doors once...

Market Square a FUNdraising Friday by Marine Heritage Society

Despite cool damp weather, many visitors took in the second Marine Heritage Society's Market Square in Southampton, a market that features a wide variety...

Marine Heritage Society introduces the new Market Square

Today, July 9th, the Marine Heritage Society is holding its second Market from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. In the Market Square around the Boathouse...