My Mother's Day gift came two weeks before the first anniversary of losing my husband Bob. My family sent a set of fairy lights for my backyard. I am working on creating an evening garden with my new arbour
Marguerite Oberle Thomas explores losing her husband Bob in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in this six-part series on Widowhood during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Huron County Council is moving ahead with an engineer's report to find a solution to traffic concerns and an increased rate of collisions at the intersection of Blyth and London Roads.
Dave Matheson, centre-left, and Patrick Armstrong, centre-right, were welcomed to Wingham on Sunday morning by a handful of supporters, among them Lincoln and Laurie Dinning, seen welcoming them to Wingham, as they completed their challenge to travel...
Egmondville native and New York Times bestselling author Kate Johnston will be releasing a new novel this week: Aetherbound, a young-adult-focused space adventure.
Despite some staunch resistance from council members, North Huron Township Council voted 5-2 to move forward with an Indigenous land acknowledgement statement policy on Monday.
A second historical art installation has made its way onto a downtown structure in Blyth thanks to local funding opportunities.
North Huron Township Council has approved a site plan control agreement with the Blyth Festival for use of space at the Blyth Campground after fast-tracking the issue on Monday night.
As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, organizers of the Elementary School Fair have decided to again postpone the event, this time until September of 2022.
The Blyth Festival is moving ahead with an ambitious outdoor stage project at the natural amphitheatre at the Blyth campgrounds, which now has the approval of North Huron Council.
Lissa Berard and the Vanastra Recreation Centre are returning to a successful fundraiser of years past, selling rain barrels to raise money for the centre.
The response to the Clinton Back Alley Artist Extravaganza has exceeded all expectations, says Central Huron Community Improvement Co-ordinator Angela Smith, and another intake of art should be coming very soon.
Home vegetable gardens are becoming more and more popular due to the two growing seasons that have now been dominated by COVID-19 and local gardener Herman Mooy has some suggestions for those flexing their green thumb for the first time.
With the COVID-19 pandemic now in its second year, resulting in a third wave and yet another lockdown, gardening has become a popular opportunity for people to get outside while at home.
One of the biggest local success stories to come out of Huron County since the COVID-19 pandemic struck has been Central Huron's Huron Student Honey initiative.
Larry Nethery of Blyth has recently found success with his woodworking products, especially since the pandemic struck early last year, and says he really has his wife Cathy and their children to thank.
With the second year of lockdowns and pandemic in full swing, the group behind the Discover the Gardens of Huron Perth tour is directing people to its website instead of its annual pamphlet.
Forestry maintenance continues to be a big part of life in Huron County, especially over the past 14 months as Huron County forests saw an increase in usage due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new cannabis production facility in Vanastra is moving ahead, though not yet approved, after a lengthy discussion by Huron East Council and notable opposition from Vanastra community members.
The COVID-19 pandemic has stimulated many conversations about mental health and wellness. As people worry about contracting the virus and struggle with challenges related to isolation and economic hardship...
The Maitland Estates, also known as the A2A development on the east side of Wingham, no longer has North Huron Township Council's support.
The Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA) welcomed Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson to a virtual question-and-answer session last week that saw Thompson speaking extensively about COVID-19.