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.
Blyth's Julie Sawchuk has begun her work as the chair of the Design of Public Spaces Standards Development Committee for the provincial government, overseeing a team of over a dozen like-minded individuals committed to making Ontario more accessible.
The Huron-Perth Woodlot Association marked its 30th anniversary last week with its annual general meeting at the Brussels Four Winds Barn and a special tour of several Walton-area locations.
Huron County is on the hunt for a third-party agency to operate its emergency homeless shelter this winter for a season that will begin on Nov. 15 and end on April 15, 2023.
North Huron Township Council has, pending approval by Morris-Turnberry, presented and approved a cross-border servicing agreement and disbanded its cross-border servicing committee.
Blyth's Theo Sawchuk, a member of Huron and Area Search and Rescue (HASAR), has returned from a humanitarian work force mission in Deer Lake First Nation in Northern Ontario near the Manitoba border.
The Brussels Leo Club held its annual Easter scavenger hunt in the village on Saturday, welcoming youth from near and far to have some easter fun in Brussels.
With the advent of spring, the Brussels Fairy Door Trail will be reopened soon and, after several years of growth, the village-wide attraction has grown in leaps and bounds.
The Blyth Brussels U21 Crusaders' season ended over the weekend with the squad falling short of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship.
Maria Rebuldela stirs a pot of coconut milk, lemongrass, basil and chicken. "Cooking is my passion," she says, while making soup. "I just enjoy it. Sometimes you serve 150 or 100 people, sometimes it is just a few. It doesn't matter."
If you were looking for anyone who lives between Walton and Ethel on Saturday night, there's a good chance they were at the Brussels Optimist Spring Auction at the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre.
By way of a unanimous member vote, the Huron Bay Co-operative Inc. and North Wellington Co-operative Services Inc. will be joining forces, becoming Midwest Co-operative Services Inc. as of Sept. 1, 2022.
Huron East Council is moving forward with a process that could see the Grey and Brussels Fire Departments merge into one department under one roof in Brussels.
When the Economic Developers Council of Ontario (EDCO) handed out all of its awards last week, Central Huron had won two, including the Lieutenant Governor's Award, the highest honour of the night.
The Huron Perth Junior Farmers have been honoured by the Junior Farmers Association of Ontario as the province's Club of the Year Award winner.
Brussels Lions Club member Greg Ducharme, right, was presented with the prestigious Melvin Jones Fellowship Award at a recent meeting of the club. Named for the club founder, the award is the highest form of recognition that can be bestowed...
The Blyth Lions Club is working to collect monetary donations to assist Ukrainian refugees and, as of right now, that total has exceeded $3,100, just from those from Blyth and the immediate surrounding area.
For local television news reporter Scott Miller, his testicular cancer diagnosis and recovery became a way he could help spread the word about the oft-overlooked condition.