Work is underway on the Blyth Festival project The Fighting 61st, but those involved with the play will tell you that they ve just begun to scratch the surface.
The articles I write for Auburn news I like the most are when I get to write about people. This week I m writing about one of my favourite people, Auburn resident and friend, Joel Scott.
The Citizen looks back on 2015 with its annual retrospective
The East Street Station in Goderich has had new life breathed into it once more as FauxPop Media has bought the structure and is looking to turn the site into a cultural and creative hub in the community.
After being closed by the Avon Maitland District School Board several years ago, the former Brussels Public School is having life breathed into it once again in the form of the Brussels Old Colony Christian Mennonite School.
Earlier this year, Chief Petty Officer Second Class Mark A. Bearss CD2 retired from active duty after 34 years of service.
The Blyth native, who now makes his home on the east coast, put pen to paper and recounted some of his experiences...
Blyth architect John Rutledge is in the midst of working on two high-profile heritage projects one in London and another on the Six Nations Reserve near Caledonia.
The Blyth Brussels Minor Hockey Association (BBMHA), along with Leslie Motors of Wingham and the Huron County Beef Producers, pulled out all the stops to raise money for the association over the weekend.
Driving by the container home Brent Hillier of Hillier Contracting Inc., is building in Bayfield, I see two cars, two cyclists and one truck driver slow down to take a look.
The results from the 2015 Brussels Fall Fair.
It was a very sad day for the members and friends of Duff s United Church, in Walton as the final service was held and the membership in the United Church of Canada was closed.
Duff s United Church in Walton will have its final service on Sept. 27, marking the end of 150 years of United (or its predeceasing churches) worship in the area.
There are now good days and bad days for paralyzed Blyth-area cyclist Julie Sawchuk, who currently calls London s Parkwood Institute home but as she learns and trains more for her new reality, she says the good days are starting to outnumber the bad.
This special section prepared by The Citizen features information on the events, location and competitions of the 88th annual Huron County Ploughing Match.
Injured Blyth-area cyclist Julie Sawchuk penned a Letter to the Editor to The Citizen just days before being struck while training.
The life of 41-year-old Julie Sawchuk will now go one of two ways which way, however, is dependent on whether or not she is able to walk again.
The Blyth Lions Club celebrated its 70th anniversary on Saturday, dedicating two new community benches and hosting hundreds of visitors at the Lions Park.
The Wingham branch of the Huron County Library was renamed and rededicated on Saturday
North Huron Township Council s budget deliberations are coming to a close as council prepares to present the final product to the public later this month.
The Brussels Logan s Mill Committee is bringing together Brussels Lions Club members, the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority, the Huron East Heritage Committee as well as members of the community to try and breathe life into the old mill...
The Blyth Brussels Midget AE Crusaders are champions of the province and owners of the Eric Wesslby Memorial Trophy after a pair of wins over the Lambton Shores Predators on...