It appears the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) needs more time to identify a preferred site to host a deep geological repository for Canada’s used nuclear fuel.
It has been three long years since the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) has been able to conduct its province-wide Ambassador of the Fairs competition. It’s also meant three years of representation for most regional fair ambassadors, whose reigns were extended with the arrival of the pandemic in e
A federal program has identified Howick as a preferred location for a new 65-metre tall telecommunications tower along Harriston Road, between Gorrie and Wroxeter.
Council has approved additional funds for technology upgrades to the county council chambers that will allow for hybrid participation in council meetings from council members, delegations, presenters and the public.
The severe thunderstorm that rolled through the region last Monday evening developed into something more for rural residents of Huron East.
The County of Huron’s annual Supporting Local Economic Development (SLED) program has awarded $87,500 to nine applicants that successfully demonstrated their projects would have a measurable economic impact in one or more of the following areas:
A North Huron resident has been found guilty of developing and interfering with a protected wetland.
Council passed a bylaw to disband the North Huron Police Services Board on Aug. 8, effective Dec. 31.
Planning will begin for the 2024 Wingham Homecoming, but a committee of council will not be provided until after the October election when the newly elected council will decide which committees to support.
A letter addressed to North Huron council from the Blyth Repository of History requested that any surplus artifacts from the North Huron Museum be transferred to their facility.