The Lions Club of Brussels has made a $50,000 donation to support the major renovations of the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre (BMGCC).
As part of a special dinner and celebration, the Brussels Lions marked 75 years as an organization both in and serving the community of Brussels.
The Blyth Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion and the Legion Ladies Auxiliary held their annual decoration service at Blyth Union Cemetery on Sunday.
The Huron County Planning and Development Department is recommending an update to the county's aggregate strategy, as well as undertaking an educational campaign for members of the public to better understand the strategy.
Next week, the Blyth Festival will open its 2022 season, which will include four shows produced at the Harvest Stage from June to the end of September.
Last week, representatives of North Huron Township Council and members of The Plus, a 2SLGBTQIA+ organization from F.E. Madill School, raised the Pride flag for the first time at a North Huron facility.
A recent art installation unveiled in Blyth is ruffling some feathers, leading to at least two council members feeling it should have been immediately taken down.
As voters across the province headed to the polls last Thursday, students at North Woods Elementary School were heading to their own polls to participate in the province's Student Vote Ontario program.
In a decisive victory, incumbent Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson of the Ontario PC Party retained her seat during the 2022 provincial election last week, marking her fourth consecutive win.
Huron East Council is officially moving ahead with the renovation and expansion of the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre, accepting a modified tender for the project Tuesday night for a total project cost of $7.263 million plus HST.
Ten-year-old Harper Watson of Wingham is the newest Elementary School Fair Ambassador, taking over the crown from Bryn McInnes, who has held the title for several years due to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated fair cancellations.
The Van Egmond Foundation recently replaced a four-decades-old map at the site of the Van Egmond House to keep the history of the site alive and well.
Local businessman Mark Beaven and his partner George Morfopolous are hoping to change the way people construct buildings, from residential to commercial to industrial sites.
The VIllage of Blyth saw some new art installations unveiled over the weekend, including an illustrated map highlighting the great attractions of the community.
Last week the Wingham Listowel Hospitals Alliance welcomed Max Matyashin, a medical student from the University of Western Ontario, for Discovery Week.
Connecting the Goderich-to-Guelph (G2G) Rail Trail to Blyth's downtown continues to be a hot topic at the Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA) meetings, and members are glad that things are moving forward.
After numerous speakers asked for more time to review a requested zoning change to a proposed gravel pit on Little Lakes Road, Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Township Council deferred the issue for more than a month.
The Clinton Raceway was open and bustling on Sunday, opening its season in May for the first time in three years after cancellations and schedule shifts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, it was worth the wait...
Just ahead of the June 2 provincial election in Ontario, The Citizen sent each candidate the same seven questions to help readers learn more about the candidates and where they stand on the issues of the day.
While the Blyth Festival Art Gallery will not be returning to its traditional programming of three professional artist exhibitions this year, there will be art on the walls of the Bainton Gallery at Memorial Hall with a summer-long Community Art Show.
Dungannon's Cassandra Rivett has found a living kidney donor in neighbour Amanda Haak, which means she will have 15 to 20 years before she needs to worry about her kidney again.
Scott Miller and Steve Jackson, two local cancer survivors, will soon be heading up the Wingham Terry Fox Run, one of the most consistent and well-attended runs in the area.
Next week, the Huron County Fastball League is set to return with a full season after a truncated schedule last year and a forced cancellation in 2020.