Tom Turbitt was only 10 years old when his only brother, David, enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force and set out for Europe to serve his country in the Second World War.
The Stratford-Perth Archives is excited to help launch the newest phase of the Allward Memorial Project. The Archives was approached by volunteers Nancy Stotts Jones and Lorna Harris, who formed the Allward Memorial Committee to raise awareness of this unique memorial.
The tenth annual Atwood Witches Walk returned in fine style to its traditional format on Oct. 30, with approximately 1,400 people attending for their turn through the haunted bush walk in support of the local Atwood Lions Club. All told, around $11,000 was raised for the Lions, funds that will be re
At the Nov. 1 council meeting, Coun. Terry Seiler raised a concern about visibility on the roads in Britton.
Coun. Lee Anne Andriessen raised a few questions at the Nov. 1 council meeting about the status of the transportation master plan and traffic concerns at the intersection of Line 87 and Highway 23.
In 1912, Norman Honderich was inspired after seeing an illustration of a kitchen cabinet in an issue of Ladies Home Journal. He knew that most of the kitchen cabinets for sale in Canada were manufactured in the United States. He believed that this type of product could easily be made and sold in Can
The City of Stratford, County of Perth and Town of St. Marys are conducting a campaign to reduce the 119 households currently experiencing chronic homelessness by 15 per cent. To achieve this goal they are hoping to partner with landlords across the region who have units available to rent. The goal
The Avon Maitland District School Board (AMDSB) board of trustees has approved the rollout of a boundary review in the North Perth area.