The sights and sounds of classic cars will once again fill downtown Wingham after many years of silence, with the return of the annual Frosty Queen Cruise Night.
Council chambers has a new home and will move out of the Wingham Town Hall Theatre.
In July, the unemployment rate for the Stratford-Bruce Peninsula Economic Region increased by 0.3 percentage points to 4.3 per cent, now tied for the third lowest in Ontario with the Kingston-Pembroke region.
Junior ‘C’ hockey is being revived in Centre Wellington under a new name and logo.
The findings of the South Bruce Economic Development, Agriculture and Tourism study was presented at the Community Liaison Committee (CLC) meeting on Aug. 4 by Deloitte, the authors of the study.
According to a letter to Howick Township, Farrish Construction is applying for a limit increase on the amount of tonnage permitted to be extracted per year, from 30,000 to 100,000 at their gravel pit located on Quarry Line.
Council has approved an agreement with Blackburn Media, owners of CKNX, that will allow the municipality use of the CKNX radio tower for a new radio system.
Kinsley Baker, 3, and Kira Baker, 15 months, are pictured enjoying some playtime at the William Street park in Wingham on July 27. Both girls attended the weekly playtime hosted by North Huron EarlyON. EarlyON hosts youth events each day all summer long. For the month of August each Monday is play a
Huron County OPP has charged a Wingham resident with several criminal charges following a recent traffic related investigation in Wingham.