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concert-regOwen Sound – More than a dozen musicians gave their talent and time, a public facility loaned their space, a handful of volunteers kept a spontaneous initiative on track, and more than 150 people turned up to be part of the Stone Soup Concert for West Africa on Friday evening.
The event – held in the atrium of the Public Health Building near the Owen Sound harbour – smashed expectations and raised more than $7,000 for Medecins Sans Frontieres/ Doctors Without Borders: the organization on the forefront of the Ebola crisis in West Africa.

os-p0lice-july-regularOn 07 November 2014 an unknown person(s) stole a vehicle from the post office parking lot in Owen Sound sometime between 7:00am and 8:30am. The complainant did not notice that the vehicle was missing until 2:30pm. But after reporting the theft it was revealed that the stolen vehicle was involved in a theft of gas drive off from a gas station in the town of Durham shortly before 9:00am.

The vehicle is described as a 2006 Chevrolet 2500 Diesel Silverado white in colour with black on the hood and lower body. The vehicle is lifted with large snow tires and sits higher than a regular pick up.

sex-violence-regViolence Prevention Grey Bruce is holding a Round Table on sexual violence prevention on Wednesday November 12, 2014 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm at the Grey Bruce Health Unit.

"We are inviting people from all walks of life to talk about preventing sexual violence in our community because this is such a taboo, and often difficult to grapple" said Bernice Connell, a member of the organizing committee and the manager of sexual assault services in Grey Bruce. "Into the Open is an invitation that will bring people and ideas together. We hope it will help us learn together about the things that make it hard to tackle sexual violence, and the things we can do together to make change."

fraud-regIt has come to the attention of the Owen Sound Police Service that local residents are again being inundated with fraudulent schemes designed specifically to steal their money. Persons are contacted either by phone or in some cases by e-mail. It is important that each and every resident remains vigilant and able to recognize the difference between a legitimate call or e-mail contact and ones that are fraudulent.

Potential victims have been called by persons pretending to be from Revenue Canada. The caller will attempt to get the unsuspecting victim to confirm their personal banking information.

Potential victims have also been contacted by persons pretending to be employees of Canadian banking institutions. The fraudster will tell the unsuspecting victim that there has been suspicious activity on their Credit Card and ask that they confirm their card number.

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