Late last year, the residents of Wingham welcomed two new additions to both their community and their local healthcare system with Dr. Mahrous Mousa and his wife, Salwa Sokar, a pharmacist who works at Wingham's Rx Drug Mart IDA.
A new mural of Blyth, created by renowned cartoonist and artist Randy Jones, should be ready for installation at the Butterfly Garden along the Blyth Greenway Trail, part of the Goderich-to-Guelph (G2G) Rail Trail, this spring.
Despite significant concerns regarding funding for a new economic development officer for the township, North Huron Council has approved a budget in principle to be presented to the public.
Morris-Turnberry staff presented a first draft budget for 2022 with a 14.83 per cent levy increase on Monday which, due to almost no assessment increase, would mean a 13.32 per cent tax increase if approved.
While there are still many details to be determined (and many factors out of members' hands), the Brussels Agricultural Society is hoping to move forward with the Brussels Fall Fair this September.
Bluevale-area youth Caleb Vankoughnett recently inked a deal with Kawasaki that will see the 11-year-old traveling across Canada next year to race for motocross Team Thor-Kawasaki.
Accessibility expert Julie Sawchuk was "shocked, surprised and delighted" when she found out she had been named chair of the Standards Development Committee to review Design of Public Spaces Accessibility Standards.
Huron County Council has taken the first steps in its 2022 budget process with a proposed spending increase of 4.51 per cent, equating to a tax rate increase of 3.81 per cent.
After being chosen to replace John Lowe last week, 18-year-old Justin Morrison is now one of the youngest municipal councillors in the province, if not the absolute youngest.
Eighteen-year-old Justin Morrison from Brussels has been chosen as the newest Huron East Councillor, representing the Brussels Ward and filling the vacancy left by the resignation of John Lowe.
Huron East Council is moving ahead with approval of the third draft of its budget, set for a public meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m.
The composition of Huron East Council will remain status quo through the 2022 municipal election after a conversation on the topic ended before it began at council's Dec. 21 meeting, its last of the year.
Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company picked up four Ontario Brewing Awards, two golds and two silvers, at a virtual ceremony held on Dec. 9.
Blyth's Duncan and Lynda McGregor have a unique view on Christmas, with the former naming himself a pagan and the latter deeply involved with local Anglican churches, but the two make it work both in their home and outside every year.
Brussels Leo Club President Marley Gaspirc says that games are an important part of her family's Christmas tradition.
For the Kolkman family of Blyth, this Christmas is going to be a special event with two grandchildren celebrating and making the regular traditions of the family even more special.
For Sylvia Nonkes of the Auburn area, a member of the Maitland Valley Camera Club, and her husband Tony Verburg, Christmas celebrations have changed a bit over the years, resulting in a growing family foundation.
For Citizen weekend photographer John Stephenson and his wife Maria, the holidays mean plenty of food and family, no matter where they happen to be that year.
Christmas is a big deal at the home of Don and Lenora Scrimgeour of Blyth. The noted former business owners and volunteers have always loved the holiday and made it a big part of their lives.
North Woods Elementary School Principal Cathy Goetz is looking forward to Christmas this year with her grandchildren. The long-time principal, who also served at Hullett Central Public School, said that this year's Christmas...
Lynda Mayer-Smith of Brussels, the president of the Maitland Valley Camera Club, says Christmas has meant a number of things to her over the years. One of the most memorable holidays, however, was one that began with a tragedy and ended with...
For Huron County Queen of the Furrow Maranda Klaver, now in her third year with the title, Christmas is a time for family and, with four sisters and her parents, a busy time at that.
While it may come as little surprise, Willeke Barten, who recently opened her home-based bakery near Londesborough, has a lot of Christmas traditions tied to food.