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.
On June 23, members of the Blyth division of the Fire Department of North Huron were recognized for either their new dedication to the cause and for their years of service, and the McDonald family of Blyth had different members receive recognition...
The Brussels Tigers are ready to host the team's annual Men's Invitational Fastball Tournament, marking the event's 50th anniversary.
The Seaforth splash pad initiative reached a landmark point in its fundraising, breaking ground on the infrastructure to support the new splashpad at the Lions Park in Seaforth on Monday, July 18.
This Civic Holiday weekend, the Village of Brussels will mark its 150th anniversary with the Brussels Homecoming, a celebration that is well over a year in the making.
This October's municipal election is continuing to take shape, with candidates filing to represent their communities for the next four-year term.
The Dunganon Pro Rodeo was held over the weekend, with shows on both Saturday and Sunday to thrill the hundreds who made their way to the small community to take in the action.
Eat Local Huron recently hosted a farm crawl event, welcoming patrons to tour some of the company's food providers and learn a bit more about where their food comes from.
The last time the editorial department at The Citizen tackled a 100-kilometre meal, it was for our farm section, which is produced early in the year, making one-stop shopping a priority.
George Zoethout's job delivering groceries through Eat Local Huron has been a unique experience offering him the chance to meet new people and spread the word about the company.
For The Citizen to publish stories under the "Huron Farms To Tables" banner, the discussion almost has to start with James Eddington, chef and owner of the renowned Eddington's of Exeter.
The Brussels Tigers, defending champions in the Huron County Fastball League, are closing the gap on the league-leading Wingham Hitmen thanks to a pair of wins over the last week.
Huron East Council is moving forward with the process to hire a new economic development officer, now that the municipality's economic development strategic plan is complete.