The 2016 midsummer edition of Stops Along the Way features information about dozens of sites and events that can be taken in throughout the county. The magazine is available for free at local tourist locations and restaurants and in its digital form here.
In an International Plowing Match (IPM) version of the passing of the torch, dirt was brought from this year s match in Harriston in Wellington County to Brussels and Huron County, near the site of next year s match in Walton.
Walton native and University of Guelph student Sean Mitchell has a lot to be celebrating this month. Not only is the first-year student pursuing his dream of studying civil and environmental engineering, but, thanks to his efforts in the community...
It was a busy week around the Brussels Legion Branch with many small jobs being completed before the grand opening held on Saturday. It was a beautiful day for the opening held outside the new addition for the over 100 people in attendance.
In just under a year and a half, the brainchild of Blyth s Doug Scrimgeour has resulted in an estimated over $15 million worth of used fire and emergency medical services (EMS) equipment being repurposed to Mexico.
The Elementary School Fair in Belgrave was a success again this year, bringing out students from Maitland River Elementary School in Wingham, as well as Sacred Heart School for the first time this year.
Earlier this year Huron Chapel was approached by Ryerson University in Toronto to participate in the Halo Project. This particular component of the Halo Project wanted to measure the fiscal impact and value rural churches were having locally.
While the promise is that once redeveloped, the Blyth Memorial Hall courtyard will be better and more accessible than ever, it currently has a rather empty look to it, with grass, stone and steps being removed.
A Toronto-based group of actors and film crew members are currently splitting their time between Belgrave and Listowel shooting a film based on Michael Healey s The Drawer Boy, a play with strong roots in Huron County.
After the successful launch of Absent Landlord, Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company s flagship beer, the brewery is partnering with Scrimgeour s Food Market to mark the launch of its second offering: Doc Perdue s Bobcat.
At last week s meeting, Huron County Council approved a grant to the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity, a Blyth Culture and Arts Initiative 14 19 project, in the amount of $500,000 over the next five years.