Donation made to local school in spite of Covid-19 school closures

Despite a school cessation due to Covid-19, Saugeen District Senior School (SDSS) has been the recipient of a donation in anticipation of when school...

Glen Huron house gone

The contentious issue of number six Huron Street, known as Glen Huron house, in Southampton has come to an end. The home, once on the...

A View from the Kitchen Window in Tiverton

With a full household, dishes are never ending. It’s a full-time job on it’s own. Luckily for me though, I am blessed to be able...

Moving a house in a day is a feat of artistry

Residential construction continues to be on the upswing in Saugeen Shores, including both Southampton and Port Elgin. Winter weather hasn't seemed to deter or even...

Walk-it for Parkinson’s breaks local fundraising record

More than 60 people turned out at Sunday's 'Walk-it for Parkinson's' in Port Elgin's Northshore Park. Not only did they turn out for the walk,...

Real estate sales continue to heat up in Grey Bruce

In its recent report, the Realtors Association of Grey Bruce Owen Sound (Ragbos) says  that 398 units were sold in August of this year...

Pumpkinfest weigh-in winners

When it comes to Pumpkinfest in Port Elgin (Saugeen Shores), one of the most exciting events is the annual weigh-off of giant pumpkins and...

Volunteers turn out for TD Tree Days major planting in Port Elgin

TD Tree Days was a huge success in Saugeen Shores on Sunday, September 23 with 30 volunteers planting 150 trees along the Saugeen Rail...

Only two days to the 38th annual Home & Recreation Show

While the temperatures still might not feel like Spring, it really is just around the corner and, to get you into the mood, why...

Getting an early start on the Holiday season

August isn't a time when thoughts turn to winter or the Holiday season. When it comes to baking for the Holidays however, it's the perfect...

Paisley ideal for senior living

Tammie McFarlane and Rob Scapin have returned from living in Australia and have relocated to Paisley. Why Paisley? The couple returned to Canada primarily to be...

New Perspectives – Guest: Welcome to my Garden – ‘Wrensong’

Welcome to my Garden by Jean MacGregor The birch is old and showing its age as it continues to preside over the garden, overseeing its evolution...

Wings of Change’ – Monarchs begin to make a comeback

  Lead by Kerry Jarvis and Melitta Smole of the Butterfly Gardens of Saugeen Shores, the visitors learned how to catch Monarchs, determine their gender and then...

Heat wave is affecting water levels – drinking water more important than lawns

With high temperatures and a lack of rain, the Town of Saugeen Shores has declared a temporary watering ban for lawn/garden watering, pool filling,...