The Londesborough and District Lions Club hosted a meet and greet for Central Huron municipal candidates at the Londesborough Community Hall, giving residents the opportunity to meet the candidates and hear their platforms before voting closes.
The Huron-Perth Junior Farmers' pigs are out and about again, making the rounds for the group's "Who Let the Hogs Out?" fundraiser, making a stop at the Loughlin home in Blyth, which certainly pleased two-year-old Tallulah. They came to Blyth by way of...
The electoral boundaries commission's proposed new voting districts has politicians of all levels concerned about potential changes to the Huron-Bruce riding, as well as ridings around it.
Next week, the fourth Rural Talks to Rural (R2R) conference will go ahead at the Four Winds Barn in Brussels, marking the first time the conference has been held outside of its unofficial home of Blyth.
With a 4-3 victory over the Walkerton Capitals, the Wingham Ironmen have brought themselves to an even record of three wins and three losses, earning them a fifth-place position in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League.
North Huron candidate information ahead of this October's election.
Morris-Turnberry candidate information ahead of this October's election.
Huron East candidate information ahead of this October's election.
Central Huron candidate information ahead of this October's election
ACW candidate information ahead of this October's election
Those behind the renovation and expansion of the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre broke ground on the project on Monday, capitalizing on months of planning and fundraising to arrive at that point.
While the 2022 Blyth Festival season was not without its challenges, Artistic Director Gil Garratt says he's proud of what the Festival was able to accomplish and he's looking forward to a big year in 2023.
The 10th annual Great Hospital Race raised $15,000 on Saturday to help fund cardiac monitor upgrades at the Wingham and District Hospital. In the end, it was Tyler Jutzi, left, and Scott Dolmage, also known as The Burgs, who prevailed for the...
The municipality's former ward system and its voting system were hot topics at an Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) all-candidates meeting in St. Helens last week.
North Huron's first, and possibly only, all-candidates meeting was held on Sept. 29 at the Wingham Town Hall Theatre, hosted by the Huron County Chamber of Commerce - Goderich, Central and North Huron.
After triumphing in Mitchell earlier this month, the Brussels Tigers are Huron County Fastball League champions for the fifth consecutive year and the sixth time in the last seven years.
Maranda Klaver has joined an elite group of women in Huron County who have worn the Queen of the Furrow sash for both the county and the province, winning the provincial title late last week at the International Plowing Match (IPM).
As the country recognizes National Truth and Reconciliation Day, The Citizen turned to Blyth Festival Artistic Director Gil Garratt, who has worked closely with First Nations representatives since becoming the Festival's Artistic Director...
In the Grey Ward of Huron East, the only ward with a councillor race for this October's municipal election, the candidates gathered at the Ethel Hall on Monday night to debate the issues and share their platforms with voters.
The Wingham Ironmen have some ground to make up after dropping three of their first four games of the season, including their home opener last Friday night.
Despite some inclement weather, the 100th Elementary School Fair in Belgrave went well, according to organizing board President Margaret Vincent.
North Huron Township Council will be considering increasing its base honorarium and per-meeting pay for council members at its Oct. 3 meeting, as well as considering a cost of living adjustment to be applied to remuneration every year.
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Council will be considering the future of waste collection in the municipality despite warnings that changing its current contract could result in significant price increases.
After weighing feedback from the Blyth Festival and Director of Public Works Jamie McCarthy, North Huron Township Council decided to seek public input on its parking bylaw.