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Assessment centre continues to see dozens for testing

Assessment centre continues to see dozens for testing

An all-time high of 139 visitors were tested on July 8
County's newest LINX route set to roll out in August

County's newest LINX route set to roll out in August

New Alliston-Bradford route will be free to ride for the first month
A $125,000 staff member and upset waterfront homeowners on this week's council agenda

A $125,000 staff member and upset waterfront homeowners on this week's council agenda

Midland councillors asked to address various "eyesores" causing angst for Tiffin residents
Health unit confirms blue-green algae bloom in Little Lake

Health unit confirms blue-green algae bloom in Little Lake

Residents are reminded not to swim where blue-algae bloom is visible
Midland councillor in hot water with integrity commissioner over town-employed "spouse"

Midland councillor in hot water with integrity commissioner over town-employed "spouse"

"She advises that they do live together, however, he doesn’t always sleep at home, nor does she, and although they are 'life intimate and life sexual partners,' she herself is 'polyamorous, gender fluid and pansexual,' report states
Backyard birding: the friendliest birds you'll ever meet <b>(Photo Gallery)</b>

Backyard birding: the friendliest birds you'll ever meet (Photo Gallery)

Area backyard birdwatcher and photographer Jon Vopni shares his images of chickadees
More construction woes plague Penetanguishene

More construction woes plague Penetanguishene

Councillors upset at additional costs around the intersection project on Robert Street and Fuller Avenue
COVID-19 costs still ‘unknown,’ says SCDSB superintendent

COVID-19 costs still ‘unknown,’ says SCDSB superintendent

Public board passed $617-million 2020/2021 budget on Tuesday night
Fire bans lifted across region

Fire bans lifted across region

Given the amount of rain received and the cooler temperatures, the fire ban has been lifted, effective July 13, 2020 at 9 a.m
Two-term Tiny councillor celebrated for dedication to residents

Two-term Tiny councillor celebrated for dedication to residents

Nigel Warren first came on Tiny Township council in 2006 after moving to the area from Hamilton