The lack of water reserves and pressure revealed in a previous issue of The Citizen was raised by Fire Chief David Sparling when he explained why the municipality needed to spend $13,000 on a vehicle repair for the department.
I am not much for sitting in meetings where people just give opinions and debate about what should be done or what they liked done years ago. It seems sometimes we like to collect, debate and fight over what should be done but then end up doing...
The Blyth Festival, Brussels musician Lyndon John X and The Citizen s Blyth-area publisher Keith Roulston were among several people honoured at the Huron Arts and Heritage Network Huron Cultural Awards over the weekend.
The annual Livestock Market Association of Canada (LMAC) convention and auctioneering championship, held at Brussels Livestock over the weekend, was one of the best in recent memory according to its organizers.
Baseball will take centre stage in Brussels on Saturday, June 4 as Brussels Minor Ball is set to hold a full day dedicated to raising money for the sport so many love (as well as the firefighters who keep the village safe).
On Saturday night, the Brussels Lions Club held a special dinner to help celebrate its 70th anniversary, welcoming dignitaries, politicians and other Lions members to the village to help mark the occasion.
For an organization even older than the country it s in, the Brussels Agricultural Society doesn t have the chance to make history often, but it did earlier this year. When Matt Cardiff was officially elected the society s president...
After years of planning, research and development, the wheels of Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company are now officially in motion with a plan to construct a craft brewery in Blyth at the southeast corner of London Road and County Road 25.
A Blyth restaurant has climbed to the top of the food world in Ontario, as Part II Bistro is ranked the number one restaurant in the province on the popular travel website TripAdvisor, the largest travel website in the world.