Singer/songwriter Serena Ryder is bringing her special brand of holiday cheer to the town of Wingham on Dec. 16.
Stratford-based video artist Simon Brothers and four other artists who, together, are known as Common Collective, recently opened "40-Tonne Viewfinder" at the Confederation Centre for the Arts in Prince Edward Island, but the project's roots were laid...
The Four Winds Barn in Brussels is a beautiful venue for any celebratory event. On Friday, Dec. 1, the exquisitely detailed facility hosted a community gathering celebrating an increased focus on the mental health and wellness...
Back in August - just over four months ago, exactly - two young softball players from Brussels travelled east to New Brunswick and returned with gold medals around their necks.
The U13 HL Huron Heat had an impressive run over the weekend at the annual St. Thomas Panthers on the Prowl Tournament, making it to the finals, only to fall to the Windsor Wildcats by a score of 6-2.
North Huron Council has directed staff to investigate the municipality's sidewalk snow removal policies in regards to constituent concerns about a number of potentially unsafe conditions for pedestrians, most notably nearby Bristol Terrace...
Blyth's Trinity Anglican Church held a charitable concert in support of Huron Hospice on Friday, Nov. 24. "Songs of Hope" was hosted by Huron County newcomer Darryn de Souza, with performances from a stellar array of local talent.
Last Thursday, North Huron Publishing hosted its first Citizen of the Year Awards night since 2019, awarding winners from the past four years at Trinity Anglican Church in Blyth.
Last Friday night, the best and brightest in Huron 4-H were honoured at the Libro Hall in Clinton within the Central Huron Community Complex.
In the days before I came to be a reporter here at The Citizen, I had the good fortune to spend 12 years working in the production department of a show known as The Rick Mercer Report (RMR).
A crash involving a school bus destined for Wingham's Maitland River Elementary School closed a portion of Clyde Line on Tuesday morning and sent several to hospital.
Once upon a midnight dreary, filmmaker Samuel Scott set off on a perilous journey across the unknowable landscapes of Ontario, Canada.
Well over 100 people left a recent "Community Connections" meeting hosted by the Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance (HPHA) in Clinton frustrated with nearly four years of nightly emergency department closures and uncertain
Earlier this month, Central Huron Community Improvement Co-ordinator Angela Smith unveiled a number of murals - both new and refreshed - around Clinton that exist both as they're seen by the naked eye and as animations that come alive...
The Wingham Ironmen split their games over the weekend and the team remains in fifth place in the North Pollock Division standings in the Provincial Junior Hockey League.
The Huron-Bruce Blizzard claimed victory in the U18 Rep C Championship in the Wingham Silver Stick Tournament on Sunday, with a 2-1 victory over the Arran Elderslie Ice Dogs.
Huron County Council has awarded the tender and approved the financing for the multi-million-dollar Gibbons Street housing development that aims to provide aid to those experiencing homelessness in Huron County.
Two Huron Heat teams found success at the 2023 Stratford Aces Festival Cup Challenge tournament over the weekend, with the U11 B Heat winning it all and the U18 C Heat coming away with a silver medal.
On Monday, North Huron Council voted on a bylaw regarding the township's 2024 fees and charges. Some of the bylaw's proposed fees increases exceeded 100 per cent, particularly in the Recreation Department.
Blyth's Trinity Anglican Church is putting on a benefit concert on Nov. 24 to raise money for Huron Residential Hospice. The show will feature the vocal song stylings of Annie Sparling and Kathryn Peach, along with Joe Gahan of The Lucky Charms.
The little town of Lucknow is proud to have produced hockey legend Paul Henderson, whose 1972 goal against Soviet Russia is commemorated by a large mural visible to all those who pass through town.
Last Friday, Softball Canada named Ty Sebastian of Brussels as the winner of its Men's Fast Pitch Athlete of the Year Award after what was another astounding season.