Since the beginning of time we’ve been communicating by telling stories. And even before humans learned to read and write stories were passed through generations to embed family values and to celebrate cultures. Inspired by one of the greatest story tellers of our time, Nobel Laureate for Literature and Wingham native, Alice Munro, a Festival was created with a mandate to nurture emerging writers and celebrate the short story. Read More Read the full story
Huron County OPP officers have arrested and charged a 28-year-old Wingham native following a mischief occurrence.
There are now 10 long-term care and retirement homes in Grey-Bruce with COVID-19 outbreaks. An outbreak was declared at Maple Court Villa retirement home in Walkerton on Monday. The other homes in the region with COVID-19 outbreaks includes all three Grey County-run long-term care homes – Lee Manor in Owen Sound, Grey Gables in Markdale, […]
Workers at Dr. Oetker were expected to walk off the job at midnight after rejecting a final contract offer from the company. A strike by about 230 members of Local 175 of the United Food and Commercial Workers union was expected to begin at 12:01 a.m., Wednesday. “The membership has rejected the final offer and […]
MUNSEE-DELAWARE NATION — A foster parent to two kids, Tania McCormick’s only regret is not becoming one sooner. But after caring for Indigenous children in need of support, both at home and at work, she felt compelled to help others do the same. “Once I started getting my first foster kids, I realized that I […]
A diverse set of stars will be inducted in June into the Forest City London Music Hall of Fame.