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SIU Director clears police officer in Seaforth investigation

A police officer has been cleared by the province's police watchdog after an investigation in Seaforth. The Special Investigations Unit says a 35-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman sustained bullet wounds in the course of a police shooting outside a residence in Seaforth on October 18th, 2023. The SIU was notified...

Perth County Council approves 2024 budget

The average home in Perth County will see the tax portion they pay from the county go up by just over $90.00. Perth County Council approved its 2024 budget on Thursday which includes a 12.31 per cent increase on the overall tax levy. This year's total tax levy is estimated at...

Home sales up slightly last month compared to January 2023

Home sales were up slightly in the Stratford area in January compared to a year earlier. The Huron Perth Association of Realtors says there were 94 total units sold last month, a moderate gain of eight per cent from January 2023. However, home sales were still below the five and ten-year...

Dufferin Arena recognized for cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions

Stratford's Dufferin Arena is being recognized for its reductions in energy use. As a result of recent upgrades and improvements, including boiler and hot water tank replacements and the installation of LED lighting, energy use at the arena has declined by 14.3 per cent since 2019. Officials say it represents an...

New Community Safety Zones on the way for Tavistock

Tavistock will soon have new Community Safety Zones. Designated areas where safety is of greater concern, Oxford County officials say the zones allow for increased fines for speeding and are eligible for photo radar enforcement. The new zones are on Oxford Road 24 from Woodstock Street to the 50 km/h limit...

West Perth residents can take part in Tree Power program

Tree Power is coming to West Perth. Starting in London, the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority has delivered its tree power program for twelve years aiming to provide watershed residents with affordable native hardwood trees. This is the first year the program is being offered in West Perth and residents can...
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