Huron East Council has voted to assist the Huron East/Brussels Community Trust in the acquisition of the Brussels Mill property, for use by the Maitland Mills Association.
North Huron Township Council may be seeing the impact of both COVID-19 and its implementation of a non-resident user fee with reduced users for recreation programming.
Despite two councillors saying they didn't want to leave the existing town hall chambers, council directed staff to investigate renovating the North Huron Wescast Community Complex to potentially house a new, permanent council chambers.
The Brussels Agricultural Society has announced the cancellation of the 2021 Brussels Fall Fair and the 2021 Ambassador Competition.
The Huron County Fastball League is back with a truncated season that will see each team play eight games between July 6 and Aug. 22.
Huron County Queen of the Furrow Maranda Klaver - now officially the longest tenured queen in Huron County history, due to the COVID-19 pandemic - recently brought Huron County Council up to speed on the county's upcoming plowing match.
Brad McRoberts is now hard at work in his new role as the chief administrative officer of Huron East with a full slate of projects to tackle in the future.
Morris-Turnberry Council approved a recommended motion to contribute funds to the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre, despite some questions about input the municipality has in regards to expenses.
The Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association held an antique tractor parade on Saturday morning, rescheduled due to inclement weather from two weeks earlier.
Huron East Fire Chief Marty Bedard presented his annual report to Huron East Council late last month, detailing the work of the department over the course of 2020.
The Blyth Business Improvement Area's (BIA) executive's desire to have the names of community infrastructure reviewed for political correctness is on North Huron Council's radar.
The first day of the 2021 season for the Blyth Community Market went "quite well" according to organizer Reece Sparling, who said there were plenty of activities for everyone.
Huron County Council has approved the adoption and use of a new land acknowledgment statement, based on extensive work by Tourism Development Officer Rick Sickinger and Acting Senior Curator Sinead Cox.
Last week, Seaforth's Charlene O'Reilly was one of three people honoured with 2021 David C. Onley Awards for Leadership in Accessibility for her work to make the International Plowing Match, held in Walton in 2017, accessible for all.
After a lengthy discussion and three attempted motions, North Huron Township Council will retain the status quo when it comes to council composition.
This week, Huron East Chief Administrative Officer Brad Knight said goodbye to a municipal career of over 35 years, the vast majority of it with Grey Township and Huron East.
The Brussels Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion held its annual decoration service at the Brussels Cemetery over the weekend.
Huron County Council is concerned that its housing prices and available options aren't connecting with salaries being earned in the area, meaning the average Huron County family can't afford the average Huron County home.
The Brussels Lions Club held its KickStart 2021 draw on Saturday in front of Brussels Foodland. This is the second straight year the club has had to pivot from its traditional Elimination Draw to KickStart, which raises money not just for the club...
With the COVID-19 pandemic still a factor locally and throughout the province, Grade 8 graduation ceremonies looked a little different for the second year in a row. However, families and school staffs did their best to make the graduates feel special...
The Blyth Festival is moving ahead with a five-show season, beginning in August and ending in October, comprised entirely of one-person shows on what is now being called the Blyth Festival Harvest Stage.
While the Clinton Lions Club is marking its 85th year in 2021, it will be the club's last, as it is dissolving at the end of the month.
A recommended motion that would see North Huron's Deputy-Reeve be elected at large in the next municipal election blindsided some council members while causing others to feel the cart was being put before the horse.
Plans are moving ahead for a celebration in Vanastra to mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Clinton, which was located in the small community.