While Wingham's Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) fundraising walk will be happening this Saturday, the towns of Blyth and Lucknow each braved the chilly weather this past weekend with CNOY walks of their very own.
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Council held a public meeting on Thursday, Feb. 15 to discuss proposed changes to its zoning bylaw.
North Huron Council is continuing its efforts to fill the position of Economic Development Officer (EDO), which has been vacant since Demetri Makrakos moved on from the position last fall.
Wingham Minor Soccer's Michael Clamp presented a proposal to North Huron Council at a regular meeting on Feb. 20. Clamp is requesting that council consider developing a new community green space...
While this past long weekend may have been a good one for families, it was a rough one for the Wingham Ironmen, who lost both of their home games.
The U13 HL Huron Heat remain undefeated in their playoff journey so far, posting five wins and one tie dating back to late January.
Both the U18 Rep and LL Blyth Brussels Crusaders teams have opened their playoffs with wins in the very early days of the postseason.
A number of teams returned from Belleville over the weekend with silver and bronze medals around their necks from the annual year-end provincial broomball championships.
While a final decision has yet to be made, Huron County Council is advancing with a budget that will include 16 recommended adjustments and a year-over-year increase of 5.54 per cent.
The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has cleared Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers of any wrongdoing in regards to a shooting that occurred in Seaforth last October.
This year, Wingham, Blyth and Lucknow will all be participating in their own Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) walks in support of the Northern Huron Connection Centre in Wingham
Next weekend will be a big one for the Wingham Ironmen as the team continues playing through its 50th anniversary season.
Central Huron Council is moving ahead with its budget process, honing in on some specific departmental budgets last week after deliberations began late last year.
This week, the playoffs began for a handful of Blyth Brussels Crusaders teams, meaning that another hockey season in the community is drawing to a close - how successful of a season it will be, however, is a chapter of the story that has yet to be written
On Wednesday morning, the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) announced its 2023 Better Newspaper Awards shortlist and The Citizen has placed in four categories for its work from October of 2022 to September of 2023.
After a successful holiday crash course for on-stage music with local young people with the help of the Blyth Kids Club, world-renowned musician and relatively-new Blythite Darryn de Souza is launching his STEAM Camp over the March Break and P.A. Days...
When Nick Vinnicombe was still in high school, he began putting together a plan to form his own videography business. In the decade that has passed since then, his company, Lake Affect Media...
On Feb 24, the annual Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) fundraising walk will be happening in towns and cities across Canada. The event is still weeks away, but it already looks like the little town of Wingham...
This past Saturday, the Lucknow and District Sports Complex hosted the 11th annual Women's Hockey Day.
The Wingham Ironmen split their games over the weekend to remain in sixth place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League.
A cold missing person case in the State of Wyoming has been brought (mostly) to a close after receiving a massive assist from Brussels resident, genealogy enthusiast and amateur researcher Hilary Ibbotson-Machan.
A chance meeting in London has led to a budding friendship and months of mentorship between an aspiring sledge hockey player from Clinton and a two-time Paralympic silver medallist from Exeter.
North Huron Council held a statutory public meeting on Monday, Feb. 5 in regards to the final draft of the 2024 budget. The overall tax levy increase will be 3.8 per cent over last year.