Monday, September 26, 2022

Community News

Another Overdose Alert Issued by Grey Bruce Health Unit

Four drug overdoses within a 24-hour period have prompted the Grey Bruce Health Unit to issue an Opioid Alert to system partners, the second...

Meet Mr. and Mrs. Scarecrow

Meet Mr. and Mrs. Scarecrow, the official ambassadors of the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival’s 25th anniversary celebrations.  Valerie and Larry Crowe have been...

Artillery Live Fire at 4th Canadian Division Training Centre

The Commanding Officer of the 4thCanadian Division Training Centre (4 CDTC) has issued a notice to the public of upcoming military training activities in...

Public Health Holding Monkeypox Vaccine Clinics

The Grey Bruce Health Unit will be vaccinating eligible individuals against monkeypox during by-appointment clinics, set to begin this week. While the risk of acquiring...

Public Health Reminding Residents To Protect Themselves From Rabies

The Grey Bruce Health Unit is urging residents to take precautions against potential rabies exposure, such as by not feeding or handling wildlife, not...

Grey Bruce Health Unit Issues Overdose Alert

Six drug overdoses over the course of just four days have prompted the Grey Bruce Health Unit to issue an Opioid Alert to system...

Mourning the Death of a Municipal Staff Member

Staff of the Municipality of Meaford are mourning the sudden passing of fellow staff member, Nicolas Burt. “It is with the utmost sadness that staff...

Home Horizon Brought Little Artists And Local Professional Artists Together For 13th Annual Bowls For Beds Fundraiser

Bowls for Beds (and Bids!) was an amazing event and fundraiser, according to organizers. “We hosted two events: the sale of beautiful handmade pottery bowls...

Purple Hollow Flower Farm Began With a Blank Slate & a Big Idea

Running a flower farm takes hard work, initiative, a willingness to learn, and most of all, passion. Emily Veldman has all these qualities as...

A Summerfest Success

Meaford's downtown core was a beehive of activity on Saturday, July 30, as the first of what is hoped to become an annual Summerfest...