Alex Jebson, the new student minister for the Blyth and Brussels United Churches, is working to establish a youth ministry for the churches, seeking input and participation from the communities.
The impact of the COVID-l9 outbreak has created a unique situation that is still evolving. The Western Ontario Athletic Association (WOAA) continues to work with its senior hockey committee and participating senior hockey teams to prepare...
With suggestions coming down from the provincial government and Huron Perth Public Health to look for different ways to celebrate Halloween, The Citizen wants to make sure all those cute, fun and adventurous costumes still get seen this year.
Morgan Deitner from north of Brussels has taken over the Brussels Agricultural Society's annual Little and Junior Ambassador programs, hoping to use her connections with local youth to bolster the program for years to come.
With the erection of signs thanking sponsors for their help with the project, the Building Bridges to the Future (BB2F) campaign has officially reached its goal.
The 2017 International Plowing Match (IPM) Legacy Fund continues to have an impact on the community with seven scholarships being handed out over the weekend.
A discussion regarding the cost behind sanitization required to reopen recreational facilities had some North Huron Council members considering limiting the municipality's offerings to one arena.
Saturday marked the first-ever mini Harvestfest in Clinton, rejuvenating the annual celebration on a smaller scale due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Huron Perth Junior Farmers are raising money for local food banks by way of the Huron County Pork Producers and Perth County Pork Producers through the "Who Let the Hogs Out?" fundraiser.
Following up on what he calls the "Baker's Dozen Season" at the Blyth Festival will be difficult according to Artistic Director Gil Garratt, however the company has plans to make 2021 successful.
The first order of business for newly-sworn-in Londesborough Lions Club President Bert Vandendool, left, was to present charter club member Robert Shaddick, right, with a well-earned Melvin Jones Fellowship
Huron Residential Hospice is asking Huron County for a grant of $650,000 to fund 50 per cent of the second phase of construction at the site.
South Huron Mayor George Finch has officially announced he will be running for the position of Huron County Warden this December after teasing the possibility late last month.
Huron County Council has authorized the spending of over $550,000 to tackle the county's homelessness problem over the course of the winter and into next summer.
Huron County Council has directed the county's public works department to develop an intersection improvement solution for Blyth and London Roads to be considered in the 2021 budget.
Sunday's Brussels Fall Fair parade has been heralded as a success by organizers thanks to robust attendance and approximately 80 floats taking part from all over the region.
One of the most consistent aspects of a Brussels Fall Fair since 1959 has been an appearance by Don McNeil's famous parade car.
Sean Mitchell will be staying on as the Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador for another year after being named 2019/2020 ambassador in August of 2019.
Right now, the Brussels Agricultural Society's Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador program is being led by four women who know a thing or two about being in the position.
In the long and storied history of the Brussels Fall Fair -- which will extend to 160 years with next year's fair -- one of the most memorable events has to be the 2017 fair, which was held at the International Plowing Match (IPM).
Zoellyn Onn could not have predicted that when she took on the presidency of the Brussels Agricultural Society that she would oversee the near-unprecedented decision to cancel the year's Brussels Fall Fair.
Several local schools are reporting lower-than-anticipated tuition due to the COVID-19 pandemic, though not all are participating in online learning.
While the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association couldn't officially go ahead this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers and reunion regulars took matters into their own hands