Morris-Turnberry Council will be focusing on both municipally-led and privately-led development, while also continuing to deal with COVID-19 restrictions in 2021 according to Mayor Jamie Heffer.
Huron East Mayor Bernie MacLellan says that while the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has yet to be felt in the municipality, there is plenty to look forward to in 2021.
While 2020 has been a challenging year for many residents locally and around the world, Central Huron Mayor Jim Ginn says there are brighter days ahead in his municipality.
Huron County Council is considering a 2021 budget that includes a 4.33 per cent levy increase for a total of over $45.6 million.
Bonnie Sitter of Exeter, a well-known author and photographer throughout Huron County, has published yet another book, this one exploring the history and memories of C.P.R. School Car #2.
The merger between the Perth District Health Unit and the Huron County Health Unit was finalized, coming into effect on Jan. 1, 2020. The new entity would be named Huron Perth Public Health and it would operate under the guidance of Dr. Miriam Klassen...
With Ontario back under lockdown orders from the provincial government, the Blyth Lions Club has revived its grocery delivery partnership with Blyth Food Market.
"I'm hungry for Annie's potato salad," said my long-time friend Ken. It was summer and not a surprising statement. His mother-in-law and my mother would have used the same homemade salad dressing recipe that made it so good.
Blyth's Mark Beaven is bringing his 25 years of experience in agriculture and business to a new venture focused on security of all types in agriculture with the new company EthoGuard.
After enacting an ambitious fundraising campaign in the wake of cancelling its 2020 season, the Blyth Festival has exceeded its goal, raising over $220,000 for new play development.
Blyth and Brussels United Churches brought on Alex Jebson earlier this year as a student minister and he and his husband Jean-Luc are bringing their Christmas traditions to their new home in Brussels.
The Teed family, which recently relocated to Benmiller, makes music, family, food and games a big part of Christmas every year, and that's not likely a surprise to anyone who knows them.
Members of the van Leeuwen family in Blyth focus a lot of their energy around Christmas at the Blyth Christian Reformed Church, where patriarch Gary is a pastor.
Christmas has always been a time of celebration for the Stewart family of Blyth, as it is for many, but this year's holidays will bring about change for a family so firmly rooted in the village.
Christmas this year will be quiet for Marguerite Thomas of Brussels after losing her husband Bob Kellington earlier this year, but that's not to say that the two didn't make plenty of memories together.
Annie Sparling, this year's Citizen of the Year Award winner for Blyth and its surrounding communities, says Christmas at her home is about faith, family and music.
Riverside Funeral Home in Brussels has expanded its reach in the community with its purchase of the former home of Falconer Funeral Homes' Blyth chapel on the village's main street.
Huron County Council is recommending that the county either build a new paramedic base in Brussels or construct an addition to the Brussels Fire Hall as an ambulance base.
Earlier this month the Huron County 4-H Association held its annual awards ceremony for 2020, though there were only two clubs held throughout the year.
Huron County is undertaking several anti-racism initiatives through its Huron County Immigration Partnership, scheduled to roll out early next year.
In May, the Government of Ontario launched its "Small Businesses, Big Hearts" initiative, a campaign designed to recognize the remarkable ways Ontario small businesses have stepped up and supported their local communities
Eleven-year-old Leah Boven of Blyth will soon be donating over $1,300 to local food banks as a result of a very successful fundraiser she undertook in the weeks leading up to Christmas.
Local author and historian Brock Vodden has put together a history of Blyth's schools, starting with the first schools to service Blyth in 1860 and stretching through to when Blyth Public School closed its doors for the final time in 2012.