Local teams continued with their playoff drives over the past week, with Blyth Brussels Crusaders and Huron Heat squads fighting to stay in the postseason.
Shawn and Katie Cottrill of Belgrave will be competing in their fourth national mixed doubles championship later this month; their first time representing their home province of Ontario.
Teeswater s Studio 410 is in the middle of a two-weekend run of Shrek the Musical Jr. at Blyth Memorial Community Hall with three days of performances left.
North Huron Township Council honoured the Wingham Police Service last week with a special moment of recognition just ahead of the disbanding of the service.
The revival of the Blyth Rutabaga Festival continues to gain momentum after a special event saw approximately 100 people show up to help shape the future of the event.
The sun was out and the snow was cool on Saturday as the Blyth Lions Club held its annual snow volleyball tournament, bringing out 16 teams.
The Huron East budget process is beginning with a shortfall of approximately $1.49 million and a suggested seven per cent increase to the general municipal levy.
As the hockey season nears its end, several local teams find themselves with something to play for in this season s playoffs.
At last night s North Huron Council meeting, council approved the purchase of two parcels of land at the north end of Queen Street for a new fire hall and public works building.
Goderich Little Theatre, under the guidance of Director Duncan McGregor of Blyth, is looking at the Great Depression through a very local lens in its production of Ten Lost Years.
The play, which is a heavily-modified version of the 1970...
The rural culture of leaving keys in farm vehicles frustrates police officers who, by law, are no longer allowed to chase vehicles and struggle to keep up with the crime in Huron County.
Volunteers with the Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA) are pulling out all the stops to make the organization s first Christmas parade a memorable one.
The parade will be held on Dec. 1 and is part of the three-day Hometown Holiday...
Along with selecting municipal representatives in the Oct. 22 election, electors also cast ballots for local school board representatives.
The four boards with local representatives for the next four years are detailed below.
The results are in and the political landscape in several municipalities across the region will be changing dramatically.
Unofficial results were unveiled shortly after 8 p.m. on Oct. 22 across Huron. Neighbouring county s municipalities, however, face
The Mudmen are returning to Blyth this November for a show at Memorial Hall. This comes after the band has made major in-roads with fans in the area with performances in Blyth, Kincardine and at last year s International Plowing Match in Walton.
The Huron Arts and Heritage Network handed out its annual Cultural Awards on Friday night at Memorial Hall and a number of local projects and people were honoured.
Transfigured Town recently announced that Bonnie Wright, an English actress who appeared in the Harry Potter film franchise, will be attending the Festival of Wizardry in Blyth this year.
Jim and Lois Lee will be closing Cinnamon Jim s in Brussels for good on Dec. 30, but plan to go out with a bang with what they re calling The Last Polka.
On Saturday, Cowbell Brewing Co. will open its doors to Blyth residents for the first time with a barbecue and all six of its Founders Series beers on tap.
The Citizen s special Keepsake Commemorative Edition for the East Wawanosh 150th Anniversary looks back on the past century-and-a-half in the municipality.
The Auburn and District Lions Club recently celebrated its 40th Anniversary. Join The Citizen for a look at what makes the club special and the history behind the group.
In the 2017 edition of The Citizen Home and Garden special section, passive houses, local garden tours and a community garden benefitting a food share are explored.
Members of the Huron East Fire Department will be taking to the ice against members of the local Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) detachment later this month all in the name of fun and charity.