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Grey County predicts $1.1M deficit due to COVID

Grey County predicts $1.1M deficit due to COVID

Grey County’s long-term care department budget has been the hardest hit with a projected deficit of $1.37 million
Money available for young businesses facing reopening costs

Money available for young businesses facing reopening costs

The Grey County Business Enterprise Centre launched a new program offering recovery funding for businesses one to five years old
TBM moves ahead with paid parking at four beaches including Northwinds

TBM moves ahead with paid parking at four beaches including Northwinds

A $200 seasonal pass will be available to residents of neighbouring municipalities, which includes: Clearview, Grey Highlands, Meaford and the town of Collingwood
Broadband project seeking $4M in funding from Grey County for future phases

Broadband project seeking $4M in funding from Grey County for future phases

SWIFT has asked Grey County to back to request to the federal and provincial governments of $500M for SWIFT 2.0
The Blue Mountains switches Lobsterfest to takeout model

The Blue Mountains switches Lobsterfest to takeout model

The annual fundraiser will support the Marsh Street Centre, which is in danger of closing without financial support
Repairs on the way for Thornbury's Little River Beach

Repairs on the way for Thornbury's Little River Beach

High-water levels continue to wreak havoc on the Town of the Blue Mountains shoreline properties
TBM mayor critical of rural broadband plan subsidized with public funds

TBM mayor critical of rural broadband plan subsidized with public funds

As the rural broadband project, SWIFT moves forward, TBM mayor is asking for more transparency and financial accountability
Grey Bruce top doc urges vigilance in phase two of COVID reopening

Grey Bruce top doc urges vigilance in phase two of COVID reopening

'People say that they are tired of the disease, but the disease is not tired,' said Dr. Ian Arra
Celebrate The Blue Mountains graduates tonight

Celebrate The Blue Mountains graduates tonight

'Not only should it be recognized that they have graduated but that they have graduated under these extenuating circumstances,' said The Blue Mountains councillor
Thornbury BIA featuring business owners on lamp post banners

Thornbury BIA featuring business owners on lamp post banners

The BIA is designing the banners now for installation next spring