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Heavy rain, strong winds in store this afternoon, evening

Heavy rain, strong winds in store this afternoon, evening

Special weather statement from Environment Canada says total rainfall of 40 mm possible in some locations
Midland hospital breaks ground for upcoming MRI expansion

Midland hospital breaks ground for upcoming MRI expansion

Community has so far raised $2.4 million of $4-million goal to help fund magnetic resonance imaging unit, speeding 'at a lightning pace' for approvals and construction with first patient scan expected in early 2025
To guard resident's 'sanity' Midland delivers wildlife feeding edict

To guard resident's 'sanity' Midland delivers wildlife feeding edict

Aberdeen neighbourhood near Wye River wetland gets overfeeding wildlife bylaw after a decade of resident frustrations
Orillia OPP charges five people with impaired in six days

Orillia OPP charges five people with impaired in six days

Charges laid between June 13 and 18
Local MASH-style spay/neuter clinic definitely the cat's meow

Local MASH-style spay/neuter clinic definitely the cat's meow

During the three-day event for cats, 127 spay/neuter surgeries were performed, 'preventing an estimated 7,800 potentially unwanted kittens in our region,' OSPCA staff member says
Midland man takes home $10K from GBGH 50/50 draw

Midland man takes home $10K from GBGH 50/50 draw

Nominations for SPCA's Veterinary Appreciation Contest now open

Nominations for SPCA's Veterinary Appreciation Contest now open

If you know a veterinary team that shows your pets love, now is your chance to recognize them
Applications required to sell or set off fireworks in Midland

Applications required to sell or set off fireworks in Midland

The use or sale of firecrackers, prohibited fireworks, and flying lanterns is not allowed in Midland
'Celebrate diversity, accomplishments' with upcoming Midland Pride

'Celebrate diversity, accomplishments' with upcoming Midland Pride

"Growing up queer in rural Ontario presents unique challenges, there's a fear of being alienated and misunderstood,' Wilder Parsons says. 'But that's changing here in Midland, and I'm pretty proud of us'
'Prolonged heat event' continues today

'Prolonged heat event' continues today

Daytime highs through much of the week are expected to be 30 to 35 degrees Celsius with humidex values of 40 to 45. There will be little relief through the overnight as lows are expected to be 18 to 23 degrees Celsius with humidex values of 26 to 30, Environment Canada says