The Wingham Ironmen remain in fifth place in the Provincial Junior Hockey League's North Pollock Division after two weekend losses.
This weekend, the U15 BB Huron Heat will be in Waterloo to take part in the Waterloo Ravens' annual tournament, beginning with a pair of Nov. 3 games, taking on the host Waterloo Ravens and the Guelph Junior Gryphons.
This weekend, the Blyth Brussels U11 Rep Crusaders will be in Goderich to play in the Ryan O'Reilly Tournament, named for the Huron County native and Stanley Cup winner.
The Wingham Ironmen are still in fifth place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League after a winless weekend.
It's one thing to extol the virtues of the great 4-H program to friends, family and anyone else who will listen in your home and rural community, but it's another thing entirely to take that show on the road.
The Bruce Trail is over 900 kilometres long, and runs from Queenston in the Niagara Peninsula all the way to Tobermory on Georgian Bay.
Last month, Blyth-based architect John Rutledge won the Peter Stokes Restoration Award for a small-scale building, one of the Heritage Awards handed out annually by the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.
The Wilderness Traverse Adventure Race is a gruelling, 150 kilometre, 24-hour long endeavour that takes place across the rugged terrain of Ontario's Haliburton Highlands every year.
A star-studded country show is being put on in the historic Town Hall Theatre in Wingham on the afternoon of Nov. 5, and it's one that's guaranteed to bring back that same old-time spirit that, for a long time, was synonymous with the little town.
There is a full slate of games at the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre scheduled for this weekend following the extensive renovation and expansion of the centre.
The Wingham Ironmen split their games over the weekend, first beating the Mount Forest Patriots by a score of 3-2 and then losing to the Walkerton Capitals by a score of 3-0.
This weekend, the U18 C Huron Heat will be heading to West Northumberland for the annual Halloween Havoc tournament in search of some spooky success.
At a special meeting on Friday, Oct. 20, North Huron Council received a presentation of an updated draft of the 2024-2027 strategic plan, which was presented by Rob Browning of Capstone Solutions, Inc.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is still actively searching for 34-year-old Karley Frayer of Huron East after a wild Oct. 18 morning that involved a vehicular collision and shots being fired.
Southwestern Ontario has produced its fair share of phenomenal musicians over the years, and Perth County-raised singer-songwriter Cat Clyde already fits comfortably into that pantheon
There was plenty for Huron County to be proud about at this year's International Plowing Match (IPM), which was held late last month in Bowling Green, Dufferin County.
Londesborough resident and Blyth native Shawna Pavao is the new owner of Brussels Foodland, taking over the beloved local grocery store at the beginning of this month.
Roxane Nicholson has been named this year's Brussels Citizen of the Year Award winner, thanks to her extensive work as the co-chair of the Inspiring our Future campaign.
Joe Gahan and Megan Lee-Gahan, founders of the Blyth Kids Club, have been named Citizen of the Year Award winners for Blyth.
Huron Heat Day in Seaforth proved to be a success for the locals, with plenty of wins rolling over the course of the day.
The Wingham Ironmen are now in fifth place in the Provincial Junior Hockey League's North Pollock Division after a two-win weekend that included the team's Alumni Day - a cornerstone of its 50th anniversary season celebrations.
Alumni Day for the Wingham Ironmen was one to remember, according to President Wayne Johnston, who says it was a perfect way to celebrate the organization's 50th anniversary season.
North Huron Council, in its continued pursuit of a reduced operating budget, has turned its attention to the Blyth Campground.
Director of Public Works Gregg Furtney presented a report at a regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 16...
A large tractor remains wedged beneath a historic building on Seaforth's main street after the machine struck the building just after 8 p.m. on Friday night.