With a 32 per cent increase in cases (since the pandemic began) in just over a week, COVID-19 is still very active in Huron and Perth Counties according to Huron-Perth Medical Officer of Health Dr. Miriam Klassen.
Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company is pleased to announce it has achieved a major milestone with its Greener Pastures Community Fund. As of Oct. 30, 2020, Cowbell has raised and donated over $500,000 in support of vital, life-saving programs
Huron County Council approved $90,000 in Supporting Local Economic Development (SLED) grants at its Oct. 21 meeting.
Council approved nine projects, each of which received $10,000.
North Huron Council agrees with the recommendation of its economic development and recovery committee and will soon begin investigating the hiring of an economic development professional.
The intersection of County Roads 4 and 25, London and Blyth Roads, respectively, continues to be a concern for the Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA), according to Chair David Sparling.
Central Huron Council is set to reconsider the municipality's ward system with an option to abolish it ahead of the 2022 municipal election.
Trick-or-treating was a bit of a mixed bag this year with the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing and public health entities leaving it up to individual families whether to chance the traditional door-to-door activities.
After reviewing a service delivery report prepared by KPMG consulting, North Huron Deputy-Reeve Trevor Seip wants to evaluate North Huron's involvement with the Blyth Campground.
This year, the Blyth Legion facilitated the creation and erection of 22 banners honouring local veterans. This comes two years after the Brussels Legion started a similar program.
The Seaforth Lions Club is hoping to proceed with a new kind of Santa Claus parade next month with the blessing of Huron East Council.
After consultation with numerous minor hockey associations, the Board of Directors of the International Silver Stick Association has postponed all Canadian Regional Qualifying tournaments for the 2020-2021 season until 2021-2022.
Blyth was named the winner of London's Pure Country Stompin' Ground Throwdown last Friday, earning the village a featured spot in a special version of Tim Hicks' country hit Stompin' Ground.
Huron County Council has turned down a request for funding from the Huron Residential Hospice that would have enabled the location to access upper-tier funding for further expansion.
While stories and photos are an important part of any newspaper, The Citizen included, there is a third, and just as important part of the paper that proves every week people are reading: advertising.
For 35 years, The Citizen, as well as the other publications put out by North Huron Publishing, wouldn't come together without the efforts of Dianne Josling and Joan Caldwell.
As The Citizen marks the 35th anniversary of its first-ever issue this month, it's impossible not to take a look back at Keith and Jill Roulston, the founders of the community-owned newspaper.
This month, The Citizen is celebrating the 35th anniversary of its first issue, which also means three-and-a-half decades of community outreach from a newspaper owned by community shareholders.
In 2016, Keith Roulston approached me to ask if I'd be interested in trying my hand at publishing. I was at a crossroads in my career and deciding on my next path.
By the summer of 1985, when I got a phone call from Sheila Richards, Brussels and Blyth had been without their own newspapers for more than three years.
A project to beautify an alley in Seaforth is drawing to a close with Goderich-area artist Tova Hasiwar's mural being painted as one of the final stages of the project.
The Brussels Skating Club is going ahead with its 2020/2021 season, however, due to COVID-19, it will be a significantly different experience for all involved.
A piece of Brussels history is currently being restored in Calgary, Alberta and when it's rehabilitated there's a possibility it could make its way to the village of its creation.
North Huron Reeve Bernie Bailey has taken offence to comments made in a Morris-Turnberry staff report suggesting North Huron staff had taken actions they weren't allowed to take.