The second annual Charlie Shaw Memorial Golf Tournament has been deemed a success by the Blyth Lions Club, which has seen the tournament grow from its first year to its second.
The fourth annual "Hack" and Whack Scramble, hosted by Team Cottrill, was a return to form for the tournament, according to Shawn Cottrill, which has operated through the COVID-19 pandemic for the last couple of years.
Back-to-back losses by the Wingham Hitmen, alongside wins from the Belmore Stingers and Brussels Tigers, have resulted in a shake-up on the Huron County Fastball League leaderboard.
Nominations for this fall's Oct. 24 municipal election are due to close today (Aug. 19) at 2 p.m., setting the ballots across the county for the next four-year term.
Officially hosting the 2022 Huron County Plowing Match are Brian and Annette MacKenzie at their Amalgamation Acres farm. On a higher level, Huron County Warden and Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh Mayor Glen McNeil is also playing the role...
Brian and Annette MacKenzie are offering up one of their family farms for the Huron County Plowing Match this year at Amalgamation Acres, the site which includes their family maple business, Legacy Maple.
Twenty-two years after first winning a municipal seat, Morris-Turnberry Councillor Jim Nelemans has officially attended his last council meeting in the community, resigning his position as of Sept. 1.
Goderich Mayor John Grace, 64, passed away on Tuesday, as the result of a boating accident at his family's tourist business, Old Post Lodge Resort, located at Pickle Lake near Thunder Bay.
Belgrave's Emily Bieman is one of 12 youth leaders who has been awarded a 2022 TD 4-H Agriculture Scholarship through 4-H Canada.
Blyth's Maple and Moose marked its 15th anniversary over the weekend with a special event that included hot dogs and a performance by The Academy, a dance company with studios in London and Clinton.
With just one week until nominations close for this October's municipal election, ballots throughout the county are beginning to fill out.
North Huron Township Council made changes to how its recreation facilities will be run during its Monday night meeting which will put community centres in Blyth and Wingham on equal footing, however staffing shortages continue to be an issue.
In one of its last major decisions before presumably entering lame-duck status ahead of this October's election, Huron County Council has approved the construction of a 39-unit supportive housing building in Goderich at a cost of over $20 million.
The Brussels Tigers were able to claim victory in one of the rarest games on the Huron County Fastball League schedule: the holiday Monday afternoon game, held in conjunction with the Brussels 150th Homecoming.
There will now be a three-way race for the title of North Huron Reeve, with incumbent Bernie Bailey joining current Deputy-Reeve Trevor Seip and newcomer Ranko Markeljevic of Belgrave in search of the township's top political position.
The Blyth Festival has cancelled the entire run of its third show, Marie Beath Badian's The Waltz, which was set to open next weekend at the Festival's Harvest Stage.
The Village of Brussels marked its 150th anniversary homecoming over the weekend with five days of special events starting Thursday night and stretching through to Monday's Civic Holiday.
All but one member of the current Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Council are seeking re-election thus far in October's municipal election.
Deanna Haanstra says she's happy to be taking up the mantle of Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador and looking forward to the year ahead.
Drew Hayden Taylor's Cottagers and Indians takes a serious issue and a serious underlying concern and presents them in an approachable and comedic manner.
The Wingham Hitmen remain atop the Huron County Fastball League standings with 18 points and a record of 9-1. The team lost its first game of the season and has been on a nine-game tear ever since.
North Huron Township Council has decided to take the next step to moving Wingham to a non-contract police service after its required three-year contract with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) expires.
The 50th anniversary Brussels Tigers men's invitational fastball tournament is in the books, and while no local teams made it to the championship round, organizer Shawn Daw says the event was a success.
The Belgrave Community Centre Board honoured the late Kathy Procter for her contributions to the village of Belgrave last week with a memorial plaque at the centre.