After numerous speakers asked for more time to review a requested zoning change to a proposed gravel pit on Little Lakes Road, Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Township Council deferred the issue for more than a month.
The Clinton Raceway was open and bustling on Sunday, opening its season in May for the first time in three years after cancellations and schedule shifts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, it was worth the wait...
Just ahead of the June 2 provincial election in Ontario, The Citizen sent each candidate the same seven questions to help readers learn more about the candidates and where they stand on the issues of the day.
While the Blyth Festival Art Gallery will not be returning to its traditional programming of three professional artist exhibitions this year, there will be art on the walls of the Bainton Gallery at Memorial Hall with a summer-long Community Art Show.
Dungannon's Cassandra Rivett has found a living kidney donor in neighbour Amanda Haak, which means she will have 15 to 20 years before she needs to worry about her kidney again.
Scott Miller and Steve Jackson, two local cancer survivors, will soon be heading up the Wingham Terry Fox Run, one of the most consistent and well-attended runs in the area.
Next week, the Huron County Fastball League is set to return with a full season after a truncated schedule last year and a forced cancellation in 2020.
Blyth's Luke Townsend has captured the second-place prize at the national plowing competition for the second time in what is now his last year in the division.
After years of turning down similar requests, North Huron Township Council narrowly passed a motion to fly a Pride flag for the month of June during council's Monday night meeting.
Huron County Council has requested a report from staff regarding the next steps in the county's plan to tackle homelessness, including the potential creation of new housing units.
The time has come again to nominate someone who is making a difference in your community for North Huron Publishing's annual Citizen of the Year Awards, which have been expanded this year.
Huron East Council has unanimously voted down a motion that would have phased out all three of its fire districts, instead creating north and south divisions, and amalgamating the Brussels and Grey divisions of the department.
Work to create a splash pad in Seaforth is moving ahead, with the goal of having it installed and open by the end of June, thanks to tremendous co-operation between the community's residents, service clubs and business community.
After three years, Walton-area native Sean Mitchell has taken the next step towards the Ontario Association of Agricultural Society (OAAS) Ambassador position by winning the District 8 Ambassador Competition.
After a few months of discussion, Bluestone Wake Park in Central Huron has been given the green light to open this summer.
On April 29, Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson met with members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 218 to hear more about the impact that a $21,000 Community Building Fund grant has had since received it in late 2021.
Mental health in young people has become a much more robust conversation in recent years, as the thinking around mental health has shifted in much of the world.
Despite the concerns of neighbouring residents, the proposed Riverside Apartments in Wingham received site plan approval on Monday night with 73 units proposed over four above-grade storeys.
The legacy of Cliff and Don Schultz will be one of caring for their neighbours after the brothers' estate donated over $2 million to local hospital foundations.
With a slightly smaller roster of teams than normal, the Matthew Dinning Memorial Rugby Tournament went ahead last week, with the top spot being claimed by Kincardine District Secondary School.
For 25 years, Sharon Bromley has been a driving force behind events at the Blyth United Church through the United Church Women, being a part of fundraising, special events and making meals, from inception to clean-up.
After not having a commercial presence at the site for a number of years, the former Blyth Corner Café will soon be home to the Village Eatery, which will focus on breakfast and lunch.
Local crafters are "putting their needles together" to help recognize staff at local long-term care facilities with a project that started in Blyth called Huron Crafters for Caregivers.
Brussels native Adam Cousins headlined a special concert and dance over the weekend in Brussels. The event was a fundraiser for the upcoming homecoming celebration in the village, serving as the kick-off for the village's 150th anniversary.