The little train on the beach appears to soon become a relic of the...

Saugeen Shores Town Chambers were filled to capacity at Monday night's Council meeting (June 25/18) as supporters of the Port Elgin Beach train continued...

Temporary Water Ban lifted in Saugeen Shores

Over the last week residents have been abiding by a temporary watering ban, and Town and OCWA staff have appreciated their efforts.  “With the complete...

Town Council approves promenade construction

At the June 11th Committee of the Whole Meeting, Council tentatively approved staff to proceed with a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the extension...

Temporary Total Watering Ban in Saugeen Shores

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

Sparks fly in heated delegation over Port Elgin Beach train

Sparks flew at Saugeen Shores Town Council meeting on Monday, July 11th over the potential loss of the Port Elgin Beach train. The mini-steam train...

Huron-Bruce and Grey true blue for incumbents

Huron-Bruce came out with its strong Tory blue colour and re-elected MPP Lisa Thompson for her third term in a matter of minutes. While it...

Coulter Parkette renovations well underway

Port Elgin's Coulter Parkette renovations are well underway as Saugeen District Secondary School (SDSS) students, under the direction of teacher Bud Halpin, are building...

Local schools to face off in ‘Bike to School’ challenge

The warmer weather has arrived and along with it begins our celebration of Ontario’s Bike Month. To encourage kids to make active choices to...

Changes at Saugeen Shores Chamber of Commerce

oanne Robbins has announced her resignation from her position as General Manager of the Saugeen Shores Chamber of Commerce. She has however, accepted the role...

YMCA feasibility assessment to be explored for aquatic centre

Town of Saugeen Shores Council has tentatively approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the YMCA Owen Sound Grey Bruce. Staff will be embarking on...

PC candidate Bill Walker looking for re-election for another term

As a proud and lifelong resident of Bruce County, born and raised in Hepworth, and a champion working to build better communities, I have...

PC Candidate Bill Walker on plan for rural farmers

The all-candidates debate at Keady was an opportunity for me to talk about the Ontario PC party’s plan to reduce operating costs for farmers...

MPP questions ministry letter on eve of provincial election

From Queen's Park Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP today raised questions at Queen’s Park over a ministry letter offering $5,000 to Ontarians with complex developmental needs who have been...

Students to construct pavilion at Coulter Parkette

The Town of Saugeen Shores Council has approved $28,115 in additional funding for building materials, to advance the pavilion project at Coulter Parkette in...