The Inspiring Our Future Campaign has received its largest support to date with a $250,000 donation to support the major renovations of the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre (BMGCC) from J. M. McDonald Lumber and the McDonald Family.
The Howick Community Centre parking lot was beyond packed with car enthusiasts showing off their prized possessions. The Cruise Night on July 8 put on by the Huron County Cruisers was in memory of two members who passed recently – Marion Feldskov and Bonnie Whitehead. The event drew well over 200 ve
Many residents of Huron-Kinloss have concerns about a recently proposed bylaw which would regulate the parking of trailers in residential areas.
Vicki Lass, director of economic development for Huron County, presented a report to county council last week on the department’s plans for its strategic direction, including a partnership with the Culinary Tourism Alliance to be a host destination for one of their Feast on the Farm events in 2023.
With the Oct. 24 municipal election quickly approaching, Morris-Turnberry council decided that they would let the next council weigh in on any changes to the council meeting schedule.
A secret shopper visited five Huron County towns in April, quietly assessing Ontario’s West Coast on things that make them more attractive to visitors.
The Stratford-Bruce Peninsula Economic Region holds the second lowest unemployment rate in Ontario, despite a 0.4 percentage point increase last month.
Pictured at last Friday’s Fish Fry at the Wingham Knights of Columbus Centre is customer Marlene Foxton, with Mary Savourin, Shirley McDougal, and Susan Doig ready to serve up a delicious meal. Follow the Wingham Knights Columbus Centre on Facebook for information on future fish fry meals or other c
Huron Perth Crime Stoppers and police are asking for the public’s assistance in solving the following crimes.
Tim Hortons in Wingham participated in the organization’s annual Camp Day fundraiser. The local team raised $6,306.10 and plan to raise more with a pie-in-the-face event on July 21 at 10 a.m. Pictured here is Kyle Wright, general manager of the Wingham Tim Hortons, with his team of hard-working, ded
Reeve Bernie Bailey spoke to council on Monday regarding a downtown business that has chosen to display flags and other items that use offensive language after receiving several complaints from residents.