Kaleigh McCallum was looking for a unique and exciting summer job this year, and found it with a ice cream tricycle, allowing her to peddle cool treats throughout her community.
The organizers behind the Blyth Community Market have their eyes set on a July 1 opening, according to market co-ordinator Reece Sparling.
Natalia Ward was officially named "Queen of the Dig" for the major renovations on Clinton's main street, and all it took was entering her submission in a colouring contest.
For the second consecutive year, the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After releasing the logo, slogan and theme for the Brussels 150th Homecoming last week in The Citizen and online, the homecoming committee held its first planning meeting last week, working towards the event, set for the weekend of July 29 to Aug. 1, 2022
The Blyth Women Caring and Sharing Group, a recently-established service organization, is hosting its first outreach initiative on Blyth's main street with a free vegetable stand.
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, Community Futures Huron distributed federal funds from the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund, infusing over $1.6 million into local businesses and maintaining over 250 jobs.
The Multicultural Association of Huron-Perth has recently begun stepping up its efforts in northern Huron and Perth communities to help residents receive their COVID-19 vaccine.
North Huron Council's adherence to its 11-year-old flag policy, which resulted in a decision to not fly the pride flag for June, which is Pride Month, generated feedback from locals asking for a change.
Earth-moving machines moved into the Blyth Campground earlier this week to start the process of clearing space for the Blyth Festival's outdoor performance space at the natural amphitheatre above.
Over the weekend, members of the Blyth Festival staff marked the 100th anniversary of Memorial Hall, the Festival's home and the living cenotaph on the village's main street.
In what Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson says is the largest Investing in Canada Fund expenditure in Huron-Bruce, the federal and provincial governments are investing $3.4 million in the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre (BMGCC).
Planning for the Brussels 150th Homecoming, set for the summer of 2022, is ramping up, beginning with the release of its official logo, slogan and theme today (June 10).
After significant discussion, the Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA) has suggested North Huron Township Council review infrastructure names to reduce future issues around political correctness.
Charlene O'Reilly of Seaforth is one of the winners of this year's David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility for her work to make the 2017 International Plowing Match in Walton accessible for all.
While Patrick Armstrong and Dave Matheson were pleased with the response to their "100K in a Day" fundraiser for the Dave Mounsey Memorial Fund, it was no small physical task.
After 25 years, Jennifer Cochrane is retiring as the secretary of North Woods Elementary School near Ethel, previously Grey Central Public School.
The Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association's camper registration booth at the Blyth Campground was the target of vandals over the weekend.
Last week, Morris-Turnberry issued a press release stating the municipality would be severing its shared building department with North Huron Township.
Bradley McRoberts has been hired as the next chief administrative officer of Huron East, succeeding Brad Knight, who has held the position for just over 10 years.
After a lengthy special meeting last week, North Huron Township Council has decided to implement a "housing-friendly review" as part of its upcoming five-year review of its Official Plan.
It was a beautiful weekend in Brussels and many local young people took the opportunity to participate in a sidewalk chalk art contest being held throughout the village.
The Blyth Festival Art Gallery's virtual showcase, where participating artists can show and sell their work, is set to open on June 5.
Marguerite Oberle Thomas explores losing her husband Bob in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in this six-part series on Widowhood during the COVID-19 pandemic.