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Midland man's passion for 'the beautiful game' truly inspiring <b>(5 photos)</b>

Midland man's passion for 'the beautiful game' truly inspiring (5 photos)

Rod Billenness played an important role in soccer's development locally
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

Every day is a fresh beginning
Fighting rogue garlic mustard draws a parallel to COVID-19 battle

Fighting rogue garlic mustard draws a parallel to COVID-19 battle

Garlic mustard, an invasive species, is an invisible enemy that is almost impossible to control, says outdoors columnist
Ex-RVH emergency doctor jailed for trafficking eager to practise again

Ex-RVH emergency doctor jailed for trafficking eager to practise again

'There’s still a lot of work to be done. People treat addiction as a moral failure…. I went to prison, what did that accomplish?'
Hawkestone man carves out uplifting message <b>(8 photos)</b>

Hawkestone man carves out uplifting message (8 photos)

Larry Whitehead has been creating large, wooden signs to encourage people; 'We’re all going through it and we’re all going to get through it'
Years later, the SS Arlington's sinking remains a bitter point of contention

Years later, the SS Arlington's sinking remains a bitter point of contention

The SS Arlington's fate is never far from the minds of Midland sailors, especially Captain Mac. Friday marked the 80th anniversary of the ship's sinking.
Penetanguishene update: community gardens a go, building permits clarified and other news

Penetanguishene update: community gardens a go, building permits clarified and other news

Weekly update from the town provides COVID-19 reminders
More than 68 per cent of Ontario COVID-19 cases now recovered

More than 68 per cent of Ontario COVID-19 cases now recovered

Ontario Public Health has also reported nearly seven per cent of Ontario's COVID-19 cases have ended in death
Church Street residents want their parking back

Church Street residents want their parking back

Penetanguishene resident claims this is the only stretch of town roads not allowing street parking.
Federal procurement shifts to made-in-Canada solutions for PPE

Federal procurement shifts to made-in-Canada solutions for PPE

Local companies Redline Brewhouse, Molded Precision Components and Georgian College students have all jumped on board to modify their operations to make PPE for local front-line workers