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New case of COVID-19 confirmed in The Blue Mountains today

New case of COVID-19 confirmed in The Blue Mountains today

This is the first case reported in the municipality since May 13
Fewer flowers planned for downtown Thornbury this summer

Fewer flowers planned for downtown Thornbury this summer

In an effort to assist area businesses, the Thornbury BIA has waived its 2020 levy for members, which in turn will see the board cut downtown flower baskets by 20 per cent
Thornbury pier could stay closed all summer

Thornbury pier could stay closed all summer

Some of the Town of the Blue Mountains beaches and parks have reopened today, with the exception of Northwinds, Little River, Tomahawk, and the pier
Blue Mountain Resort opens summer attractions for limited number of guests

Blue Mountain Resort opens summer attractions for limited number of guests

Guests may be asked to visit another day if the resort has already reached its daily capacity
Rotary gala got people all dressed up to stay at home

Rotary gala got people all dressed up to stay at home

Thornbury Clarksburg Rotary Club is very close to reaching its fundraising goal for the recent Hope in the Valley stay at home gala
Flesherton market forced to find new home after town denies the usual spot

Flesherton market forced to find new home after town denies the usual spot

Grey Highlands also turned down a request for $1,800 toward the cost of a handwashing station, COVID-19 signage, and pylons for the farmers' market this year
TBM getting COVID-19 supplies for in-town businesses

TBM getting COVID-19 supplies for in-town businesses

The Town of the Blue Mountains is exploring the possibility of being the purchasing power for local businesses when it comes to PPE
TBM COVID-19 relaunch strategy includes shop local push

TBM COVID-19 relaunch strategy includes shop local push

A new marketing campaign will encourage people to return to shops even if shopping looks a little different now
Tar-like substance spilled along Grey County highways

Tar-like substance spilled along Grey County highways

The estimated cost of responding to the spill and cleaning it up is around $8,000.
Thornbury considers restricting parking in downtown to promote social distancing

Thornbury considers restricting parking in downtown to promote social distancing

The TBM has applied to Grey County for a permit to close off parking areas on Bruce and Marsh Street