With Ontario back under lockdown orders from the provincial government, the Blyth Lions Club has revived its grocery delivery partnership with Blyth Food Market.
"I'm hungry for Annie's potato salad," said my long-time friend Ken. It was summer and not a surprising statement. His mother-in-law and my mother would have used the same homemade salad dressing recipe that made it so good.
Blyth's Mark Beaven is bringing his 25 years of experience in agriculture and business to a new venture focused on security of all types in agriculture with the new company EthoGuard.
After enacting an ambitious fundraising campaign in the wake of cancelling its 2020 season, the Blyth Festival has exceeded its goal, raising over $220,000 for new play development.
When it's Christmas time at the Bishop house, Jacquie says, it's time to take a pause and spend time with one another; and the traditions run deep in the family around the holidays.
For Ralph Watson and Betty Graber-Watson, 15 years of Christmas traditions have travelled across Turnberry Street with them from their old home on the west side of the street to their new location on the east.
Some families just aren't built for small Christmas gatherings and many houses aren't built for large Christmas gatherings, so when the numbers don't work, there's only one option: take Christmas on the road.
For police officers, like local retired OPP officers Arden Farrow and Mike Scott, Christmas can be a difficult time of year.
Tradition around the holidays is always important, but for a man as strongly committed as 2007 Citizen of the Year for Brussels and area, Doug McArter, family and community are what matters most during the Christmas season.
In many ways, the most important figure at the Ansley house once Christmas rolls around isn't even a member of the family.
Jim and Leona Armstrong of Brussels say they have plenty of traditions that have stood the test of time when it comes to the holidays. Some are older than others though, and some are also bigger than others.
For George Langlois, a charter member of the Brussels Optimist Club, it's not too difficult to find a Christmas tradition that has stood the test of time.
To learn more about Christmas traditions at Huron East Councillor Alvin McLellan's house, you don't have to do much more than stop by for a visit.
Blyth and Brussels United Churches brought on Alex Jebson earlier this year as a student minister and he and his husband Jean-Luc are bringing their Christmas traditions to their new home in Brussels.
The Teed family, which recently relocated to Benmiller, makes music, family, food and games a big part of Christmas every year, and that's not likely a surprise to anyone who knows them.
Members of the van Leeuwen family in Blyth focus a lot of their energy around Christmas at the Blyth Christian Reformed Church, where patriarch Gary is a pastor.
Christmas has always been a time of celebration for the Stewart family of Blyth, as it is for many, but this year's holidays will bring about change for a family so firmly rooted in the village.
Christmas this year will be quiet for Marguerite Thomas of Brussels after losing her husband Bob Kellington earlier this year, but that's not to say that the two didn't make plenty of memories together.
Annie Sparling, this year's Citizen of the Year Award winner for Blyth and its surrounding communities, says Christmas at her home is about faith, family and music.
Riverside Funeral Home in Brussels has expanded its reach in the community with its purchase of the former home of Falconer Funeral Homes' Blyth chapel on the village's main street.
Huron County Council is recommending that the county either build a new paramedic base in Brussels or construct an addition to the Brussels Fire Hall as an ambulance base.