Earlier this month the Huron County 4-H Association held its annual awards ceremony for 2020, though there were only two clubs held throughout the year.
Huron County is undertaking several anti-racism initiatives through its Huron County Immigration Partnership, scheduled to roll out early next year.
In May, the Government of Ontario launched its "Small Businesses, Big Hearts" initiative, a campaign designed to recognize the remarkable ways Ontario small businesses have stepped up and supported their local communities
Eleven-year-old Leah Boven of Blyth will soon be donating over $1,300 to local food banks as a result of a very successful fundraiser she undertook in the weeks leading up to Christmas.
Local author and historian Brock Vodden has put together a history of Blyth's schools, starting with the first schools to service Blyth in 1860 and stretching through to when Blyth Public School closed its doors for the final time in 2012.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the deterioration of the mental health and well-being of some Huron and Perth County residents, according to recent research presented to Huron County Council.
The first-ever 10x10 Blyth Festival art auction has been deemed a success by organizers, raising just under $17,000 for the Festival through donated art pieces.
Community Living-Central Huron has decided to discontinue the Last Light Photo Show and Sale, a decision that was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Goderich's Jim Hollingworth organized a rally at the Blyth constituency office of Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson on Monday.
As part of the Hulley family holiday drive-by/walk-by celebration in Londesborough on Saturday, Santa Claus made an appearance to the delight of the younger villagers. (Hannah Dickie photo)
The Brussels Curling Club held a meeting via telephone with the executive members last week, convened by President Doug Bremner. The discussion centred around whether to start curling in January.
Huron Chapel held "A Journey through Bethlehem" on Sunday night, bringing dozens to Auburn to celebrate the holidays in drive-by and walk-by fashion. The church set up eight distanced stations exploring the events that led up to the first Christmas.
North Huron Township Council has directed staff to present a bare bones budget for 2021 and received just that, according to council members, during a meeting late last week.
The Auburn Lions, in place of their bi-monthly fundraising breakfasts, are turning to pre-packaged breakfasts for families as a means of supporting their community efforts.
The Brussels Christmas Experience, held on Dec. 5, featured all sorts of unique experiences to get the community in the spirit for the coming holidays. Above, members of the Brussels United Church performed a living nativity scene at the Logan's Mill
While reverse parades are a new way of celebrating the holidays, that doesn't mean the staples, like the presence of fire engines and firefighters, can't be involved as well.
The Hutton Heights development has more direction after North Huron Council decided on a tentative layout and servicing plan for the municipally-funded residential development on Monday night.
Annie Sparling of the Blyth Community Betterment Group led a virtual Lighting of the Lights ceremony on Friday night, welcoming residents to join in and be part of the time-honoured tradition from the comfort of their homes.
Singing OUT, Toronto's LGBTQ community choir, is hosting a free virtual concert this Saturday night under the guidance of Blyth native Jackie Falconer, the choir's assistant artistic director.
Building upon the success of Huron County's "In Your Backyard" campaign this summer, aimed at showing residents all the county has to offer, this winter it will all be about Huron Hygge.
It's the little things that get to you. I received a belated birthday card last week. Inside it read, "I hope that you and Bob are happy and well". My husband, Bob Kellington, died six months ago. We are neither well nor happy.
The Blyth Community Market, formerly known as the Blyth Outdoor Market, has officially moved online for the winter season and Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA) Chair David Sparling is pleased about the move.