Huron County Council has left the construction of a tunnel just outside of Blyth along the Goderich-to-Guelph (G2G) Rail Trail up to the trail's parent company as costs have risen in the interim.
As of Monday, the local chapter of the Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser, an initiative to raise funds to help those facing homelessness, hurt or hunger, had raised more than double its $40,000 goal.
Huron East Treasurer Paula Michiels has presented the first draft of the municipality's budget with a proposed general municipal levy increase of 6.5 per cent.
Despite a campaign and petition to reinstall the ice surface at the Seaforth and District Community Centre, a failed partnership means things will remain status quo in Seaforth.
With the Huron Clean Water Project celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2020, it offered those behind the project an opportunity to reflect on all that has been accomplished in the county over that time.
Dave Mounsey Memorial Fund Founders Patrick Armstrong and Dave Matheson will be embarking on a 100-kilometre challenge this May in hopes of raising money for the organization.
The Citizen has been nominated for one 2020 Better Newspapers Competition Award by the Ontario Community Newspaper Association for its work last year.
Huron County Council is moving forward with a budget that includes a levy increase of 1.99 per cent, or $872,927, over the county's 2020 budget, resulting in a total budget figure of just under $45 million.
Central Huron Council held its second budget meeting last week -- the first of the new year -- to discuss its fire, public works and fleet, environment and water and wastewater budgets for 2021.
Blyth native Justin Peters, who spent over 15 seasons in various levels of professional hockey, has decided to retire, earning a job as the goaltending coach for the Belleville Senators of the American Hockey League (AHL).
The Goderich Bike Shop and Blyth's DEAMS Holdings have partnered up to raise awareness of a new winter activity and raise funds for the Goderich-to-Guelph (G2G) Rail Trail with fat bikes.
Local sled dog breeder, trainer and racer Luke Siertsema hosts one of the highlights of the new Huron Hygge "Home Sweet Home" category of projects which focuses on family-friendly activities.
On Friday, Feb. 5, Central Huron Mayor Jim Ginn's tenure as the chair of the Western Ontario Wardens' Caucus came to an end after an eventful and successful year.
In the early evening hours of Feb. 2, a house on Alexander Street in Brussels burst into flames as a result of unattended cooking, according to the Ontario Provincial Police. Members of the Brussels division of the Huron East Fire Department...
Huron East continues to lead the region with nearly two thirds of the total active cases of COVID-19 across Huron and Perth Counties being located there.
Huron East Treasurer Paula Michiels has recommended a five per cent increase to the municipal levy as a jumping-off point to budget deliberations.
While the Brussels Walking Tours were developed several years ago, new life has been breathed into them as they are set to receive audio tour complements courtesy of Dr. Chris Cooper and local historian Paul Nichol.
Quick action and an awareness of the wellbeing of your body can lead to positive lasting results if you suffer a stroke. That is how Evelyn Rich of Belgrave was able to survive a stroke and now thrive in her day-to-day life just under two years after...
"Widowhood is the loudness of the silence". He won't be coming through the door shouting, "I got the mail". Now, I can get my own darn mail and listen to the silence when I bring it home.
Readers of The Citizen since the COVID-19 pandemic struck may notice the occasional use of pictures from local photographer Liz Allan, a member of the Maitland Valley Camera Club.
The last few days of January marked 50 years since a blizzard of epic proportions rolled through the area, shutting down roads, knocking out services and resulting in students being storm-stayed at schools for days.
As part of the Blyth Business Improvement Area's (BIA) annual general meeting, Chair David Sparling shared his reflections on the past year and looked ahead to 2021.
North Huron Township Council approved its 2021 budget on Monday night, which includes an overall spending increase of 3.47 per cent, or $213,084.44, and total expenditures of nearly $17 million.
Huron East will be replacing its Kinburn Line bridge at Front Road, known internally as the T13 bridge, but council is moving ahead to ensure that while it might be gone, its historical value won't be forgotten.