Hullett Central Public School's annual Spring Carnival and Auction exploded back onto the scene this year, netting an eye-popping $18,000 in just three hours of hoedown-themed mayhem.
North Huron Council voted 5-1 to keep its current flag policy after receiving a letter from four constituents requesting that the policy be changed to ban all non-government flags from municipal property.
Huron County Council is asking staff to develop a policy regarding additional decals, stickers and epaulettes in an attempt to "get back to basics" and prohibit any additions to the approved uniform.
Huron East Councillor Ray Chartrand breached the municipality's code of conduct during last fall's election, the municipality's integrity commissioner has found, but he will face no corrective actions or remedial measures.
Huron County Council has re-affirmed its support for the Gibbons Street supportive house project in Goderich after passing a motion on Wednesday morning to stay the course on the $20.5 million build.
Huron East Council has passed its 2023 budget, which includes a 13.33 per cent increase to the tax levy for municipal purposes.
Wednesday, April 26 marked the 15th annual Matthew Dinning Memorial Rugby Tournament at Wingham's F.E. Madill Secondary School.
Canada is a nation replete with celebratory days, both official and unofficial. For every government-sanctioned, long weekend-generating Victoria Day, there is a Groundhog Day - still a source of local pride, national fanfare and local news fodder...
The Auxiliary to the Wingham and District Hospital held its bi-annual rummage sale at the Wingham Legion Hall on April 19-20, and the multi-day event was a resounding success. Treasurer Doris Taylor confirmed that the group netted...
Few things brighten up a small town in this little corner of the world more than a colourful kaleidoscope of seasonal flowers and greenery in the downtown core.
Central Huron Council has approved its 2023 budget, which includes a 9.6 per cent increase to the levy, resulting in a 7.44 per cent tax rate increase over the municipality's 2022 budget.
The final version of the Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Parks and Recreation Strategic Plan was unveiled at a regular meeting of council on Tuesday, April 25.
After a promising first year of offering soccer to the young people of Blyth at Blyth Lions Park, the Blyth Kids Club is expanding with offerings for everyone, making daily use of the Blyth and District Community Centre.
The opening of the Blyth Festival Art Gallery Student Show took place at the Bainton Gallery in Memorial Hall on Friday, April 14, showcasing works by students from the Avon Maitland District School Board and the Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board
On Sunday, April 30, at 3 p.m., St. John's Anglican Church will host its final service, officially deconsecrating it after 163 years as a fixture of the Brussels faith community.
Hullett Central Public School came alive with excitement on Thursday, April 13 as Principal Lori Stevens, teachers and staff hosted an engaging S.T.E.A.M. Night.
The local girls' hockey season wrapped up over the weekend, as the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) held its provincial championships in the Toronto area, welcoming six Huron Heat teams...
It's a great week for good news about good news - Blyth-area Renaissance man and founder of The Citizen Keith Roulston has been inducted into the Ontario Community Newspapers Association's (OCNA) Hall of Fame.
The Blyth Festival Art Gallery Committee is pleased to introduce the 2023 season show listings. For the first time since 2019, the gallery will host a full slate of shows, starting in April and running through into September.
Community volunteers have long been the lifeblood of small-town Canada, and in recent years the volunteer has become an ever-more-indispensable asset.
Last week, Huron County Forest Conservation Officer Dave Pullen presented his annual report to Huron County Council, citing major improvements to the county forests and extensive outreach work with forest management over the course of 2022.
Rev. JoAnn Todd presided over the final regular service at St. John's Anglican Church in Brussels on Easter Sunday. The final, deconsecration service for the church is set for Sunday, April 30 at 3 p.m.
Farm and Food Care Ontario is expanding its popular Breakfast on the Farm event in Huron County, which will host the first-ever two-site event this June with locations near both Brussels and Blyth.