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The Blue Mountains and Grey Highlands

Residents irked by Thornbury pier closure

Residents irked by Thornbury pier closure

The pier's tile surface keeps blowing away with each windstorm, and the summer hot spot will be closed until it is resurfaced
Youth suffers minor injuries after falling from Eugenia Falls cliff

Youth suffers minor injuries after falling from Eugenia Falls cliff

It took several hours to rescue the victim
Recent COVID-19 case in TBM a false positive

Recent COVID-19 case in TBM a false positive

The total case count for The Blue Mountains has dropped back down to five
Tee times required at Tomahawk Golf Course this year

Tee times required at Tomahawk Golf Course this year

Green fees are also going up to $17.50 this year to make up for extra staffing costs
St. George's plant sale blooms again

St. George's plant sale blooms again

This annual event is one of a select few that has not been cancelled by COVID
Town purchases land in Thornbury to create downtown parking area

Town purchases land in Thornbury to create downtown parking area

The land is near the TD Bank on Arthur Street West and cost nearly $1 million
Town grant helps Markdale golf club pave the way to increased accessibility

Town grant helps Markdale golf club pave the way to increased accessibility

The golf and curling club in Markdale has begun construction that will see a new ramp installed at the building’s main entrance
Beaver Valley Outreach is asking for the community's help to recoup lost revenues

Beaver Valley Outreach is asking for the community's help to recoup lost revenues

BVO is participating in the Great Canadian Giving Challenge and will receive one entry towards the $20,000 prize for each dollar donated until June 30
Barriers going up next week to restrict Thornbury street parking

Barriers going up next week to restrict Thornbury street parking

The parking spaces will be switched to pedestrian use to encourage physical distancing while shopping downtown
Nature has no maid service, reminds conservation authority

Nature has no maid service, reminds conservation authority

Area conservation authorities remind visitors to be mindful of their environmental impacts ahead of what is expected to be a busy weekend on hiking trails and waterfront properties