by Kelly Babcock

It is once again time to set your clock back one hour this weekend. Technically, the correct time to do this is at 2:00AM on Sunday morning. But if you're like me, getting up at that time defeats the advantage of having an extra hour of sleep. And since there are no Time Police, the hub hardily recommends you turn your clocks back one hour on Saturday night, as you retire. Note too, that this is the time of year that Hydro changes ...

Public-health-logoSource: Media Release
The flu season is on our doorstep with one case already in Huron County. The flu shot is your best defense against getting the flu.

The Ontario government's Universal Influenza Immunization Program (UIIP) provides immunization protection to increase over-all immunity in the general population and...

Community-foundation-GB-featSource: Media Release
On October 29, 2015, Community Foundation Grey Bruce will announce community grants totaling more than $210,000 at its Fall Grant Presentation and Annual Dinner. The event, to be held at the Best Western Plus in Kincardine, will also feature a performance by Kincardine's Lighthouse Players prior to the awarding of grants to forty-two different community non-profit organizations. This represents welcome news for...

Chroma key heroGeorgian College is giving local high school students a chance to picture what their future careers might look like.

Picture Your Future is an event run by Ontario's colleges as part of a province-wide College Information Program that visits Ontario college campuses and uses green-screen technology to take the students' photos in an array of career settings. The Picture Your Future event will arrive at the Georgian College Owen Sound Campus on Thursday, Oct. 29 at 9:30 a.m. Picture Your Future is a fun and interactive way for students to see themselves in such career settings as firefighting, broadcasting, game development, business, nursing, aviation and more...

Press Release Photo1What can we say about the generosity of our musical neighbours?actalliance
This weekend there are two concerts featuring some of the best, benefits both for people across the world and in our own backyard.

Saturday you will be able to enjoy a little country, folk, sweet harmonies and "old time mountain" music when Leah Mathies, Larry Jensen, Beckon, and Randy Benson take their turns on the stage. The show begins  at 7, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on 1st Ave. West in Owen Sound, and from 6 p.m. on you can browse and bid at a silent auction of items donated by neighbouring friends and businesses. This is your opportunity to help Safe 'n Sound Homelessness Initiative fulfill its vision of "a healthy, caring, inclusive, and respectful community committed to ending homelessness and poverty". Tickets are $20 in advance (reserve by calling ...

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