The County of Bruce initiated a Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) process in October 2019 to consider options associated with replacement of the Teeswater River Bridge.
Just as the year before, 2021 was once again dominated by the constantly evolving situation surrounding the global COVID-19 pandemic. There was plenty that made headlines over the last 12 months, as the Walkerton Herald-Times looks back on the year that was in a two-part segment. Part II features th
The Bruce County Public Library has updated their online catalogue.
By all accounts, Brockton and Grey-Bruce was a seller’s market in 2021.
Mayor Chris Peabody noted prior to Tuesday night’s council meeting that the agenda contained some “good news” stories – a great start to the new year.
Last week, the Walkerton and District Hospital Foundation (WDHF) received a very generous donation of $10,000 towards its ongoing mammography campaign from Leslie Motors. This is one of a series of donations by Leslie Motors this year, with the business donating a total of $90,000 to local fire depa
In a report from CAO Kriss Snell on Jan. 10 regarding the Building Broadband Faster in Ontario statement released by the province in November, it was recommended that council advocate on behalf of local internet service providers (ISPs) who would like to participate in the Improving Connectivity for
If there’s one continued message that North Perth Fire Chief Janny Pape would like to convey to residents, it’s that smoke alarms save lives.