Huron East Treasurer Paula Michiels has recommended a five per cent increase to the municipal levy as a jumping-off point to budget deliberations.
While the Brussels Walking Tours were developed several years ago, new life has been breathed into them as they are set to receive audio tour complements courtesy of Dr. Chris Cooper and local historian Paul Nichol.
Quick action and an awareness of the wellbeing of your body can lead to positive lasting results if you suffer a stroke. That is how Evelyn Rich of Belgrave was able to survive a stroke and now thrive in her day-to-day life just under two years after...
Readers of The Citizen since the COVID-19 pandemic struck may notice the occasional use of pictures from local photographer Liz Allan, a member of the Maitland Valley Camera Club.
The last few days of January marked 50 years since a blizzard of epic proportions rolled through the area, shutting down roads, knocking out services and resulting in students being storm-stayed at schools for days.
North Huron Township Council approved its 2021 budget on Monday night, which includes an overall spending increase of 3.47 per cent, or $213,084.44, and total expenditures of nearly $17 million.
Huron East will be replacing its Kinburn Line bridge at Front Road, known internally as the T13 bridge, but council is moving ahead to ensure that while it might be gone, its historical value won't be forgotten.
While Huron East Council's decision to remove the ice from its two community centres was disappointing for both councillors and user groups, most agree it was the right thing to do.
Bruce Power has donated a freezer unit to Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) to assist in the safe and timely roll-out of the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Jim Armstrong is as well known a man as you'll find in Brussels, so it was only fitting that he was the first resident at Huronlea Home for the Aged in Brussels to receive his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine last week.
With the recent announcement that students in Huron County will be participating in remote learning indefinitely, staff, students and parents are figuring out how to make it work.
Though Central Huron Mayor Jim Ginn's concept for a rotating event schedule throughout Huron County turned out to be poorly timed, some of his fellow Huron County councillors want the idea shelved, not dismissed.
North Huron Township Council has approved its 2021 budget in principle with a $213,084 increase, or 3.47 per cent, in spending over the 2020 budget.
The Huron Hygge initiative, designed to show what Huron County residents can do while enjoying their own backyard for the winter, kicked off its virtual concert series last week.
The Huron County Beef Producers held their annual meeting on Jan. 13, virtually via Zoom, to discuss 2020 and look ahead to 2021.
This past fall, the Huron-Perth Junior Farmers launched its new "Who Let the Hogs Out?" campaign. Instigated by Lauren Bos, with support from the Huron County Pork Producers and the Perth County Pork Producers
While many cities and municipalities across Canada thought their finances would be in tatters as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Treasurer Paula Michiels says that in Huron East, things have been better than anticipated.
Huron East's ambitious project to keep Seaforth's Main Street businesses busy during extensive construction has been recognized by the Economic Developers Council of Ontario.
Seaforth author David Scott has spent the last five years of his life writing and decades before that planning Huron County Hockey Heroes, a codex of the most successful ice hockey players and professionals from the area.