After years of work, the five-year review for the Huron County Official Plan has been completed by the Planning and Development Department and Planner Monica Walker-Bolton and will be up for final approval next month.
With vaccines going elsewhere in the province due to "hotspots" and shifting priorities, Huron and Perth Counties will be receiving less in the future according to Medical Officer of Health Dr. Miriam Klassen.
Central Huron Council is set to approve its 2021 budget at its April 19 meeting, though Director of Finance Jeff Boyes has cautioned councillors against nickel-and-diming their way to a late-stage budget increase.
Two young Auburn-area women, Jolande Oudshoorn and Lauren Bos, have been named co-winners of the Juniors Farmers Association of Ontario (JFAO) President's Rose Award for Most Outstanding Current Member Award -- the first time ever that...
With yet another shutdown in place and the fight against COVID-19 ramping up, the provincial government has released a budget that Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson says is focused on healthcare and economic recovery.
Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson was in Huron County last week to make a pair of announcements regarding funding from the provincial government for area long-term care homes.
After losing two prominent members of the Huron East municipal government family since council's last meeting, Mayor Bernie MacLellan offered his thoughts as council reconvened for in-person meetings on March 23.
George Adams, through his work with the Masonic Lodge, has raised $12,000 to fund research of prostate cancer, the second-most prevalent type of cancer in men worldwide,, and it all comes back to his woodworking.
Monday marked a solemn occasion for Dr. Miriam Klassen, the Medical Officer of Health for Huron and Perth Counties, as it was one year since the area's first COVID-19-linked fatality.
Huron County Council is still looking for answers at two of the county's most dangerous intersections, but remains non-committal to a solution in 2022.
The Blyth Lions Club is hoping to host the Charlie Shaw Memorial Golf Tournament this August after having to cancel the event last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an attempt to not only attract, but retain newcomers to Huron County, the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron has opened a satellite office in Goderich.
Over the past week, Huron Perth Public Health hit a milestone having administered over 10,000 COVID-19 vaccines.
Huron County Forest Conservation Officer Dave Pullen says it's amazing to see what can change in a lifetime when it comes to stewardship and planting trees in rural Ontario.
On Monday, many lined the streets of Seaforth in order to honour Huron East Economic Development Officer Jan Hawley, who passed away suddenly on Tuesday, March 16, 2021. She was 68.
On March 25, the Huron County Museum will host a special virtual knitting workshop with Sharlene Young-Bolen of Blyth, but at the heart of the seminar is the history of a local family.
While the Huron Clean Water Project celebrated 15 years of success in 2020, in many ways it represents just the latest chapter in the long history of stewardship in Huron County.
Firmly Rooted, a farming operation in North Huron, faced challenges during the pandemic due to regular marketing opportunities closing down, however by shifting gears, the company was able to manage.
Late last year, Doug Koch and his business partner Steph Berlett took over Brussels Agromart -- and both hope to continue and build on the company's track record for great service.
Shelby and Shaelin Green of Green's Meat Market says the company's main facility, which was partially destroyed by a fire last year, should reopen by May of this year and will include some significant changes.
When the arrival of COVID-19 was deemed a worldwide pandemic in early 2020, few knew the enduring impact the virus would have on everything from people's health and well-being to their financial status.
The Blyth Community Market moved online for the off-season late last year and has been building a loyal following since then under the guidance of Joan Brady.
When she started tackling a play about the strife caused by wind turbines in rural communities, accomplished playwright Leanna Brodie signed on for some intense situations.