With the rising cost of living affecting more people in smaller centres, a Goderich woman has discovered a simple way to offer a critical service — access to food 24/7, seven days a week. Avery Greaves has spearheaded what are believed to be the town’s first tiny free pantries as part of a global movement […]
The Eco Exeter Environmental team at the South Huron District High School is getting ready to launch its first project of this school year.
Former West Grey mayor Kevin Eccles defeated Mayor Christine Robinson by nearly doubling her vote in a three-way race in council elections Monday. Robinson, the former town chief administrative officer, defeated Eccles by about 150 votes in 2018. But this time voters reversed their “experiment,” Eccles said, between fetching a load of campaign signs and […]
Garry Michi defeated incumbent Janice Jackson in a tight race
Jim Ginn has been re-elected as Mayor of Central Huron.
Acting Mayor Myles Murdock can now remove the acting part from his title. Murdock was elected Mayor of Goderich tonight.
Ross Kentner moved to Meaford in 1956. Now he’ll lead. The one-term councillor who made his career in radio broadcasting before retiring in 2018 and entering municipal politics is the new mayor-elect of Meaford. “I arrived in Meaford in 1956 and lived here until this present time and I know this town produces champions and […]
It may go down as one of the best Christmas presents of all time. Servac Petrovsky’s parents bought him a pair of skates one year. He thinks he was maybe three years old. And despite living in a small town of about 5,000 people at the time, with no hockey rink, Petrovsky has made it […]
by Pauline Kerr The resignation of top people with Hockey Canada came as the culmination of an ongoing scandal about payoffs to victims of sexual assault. A huge outcry erupted, … Continue reading Time to look at the local hockey culture
The U.S. Supreme Court may decide next week whether to hear an appeal filed by three lake-adjacent property owners in the town of Porter who have been unsuccessful in their attempts to claim ownership of a private beach on Lake Michigan. Read the full story by Northwest Indiana Times. Read the full story
Local advocates attempting to make LGBTQ+ issues more visible during the municipal election are speaking out after receiving a “homophobic” and “transphobic” email from a St. Marys council candidate running solely to promote fundamentalist Christian beliefs. The email from Barry Brebner was sent in response to a county-wide call for election candidates to take Stratford-Perth […]
Ray Richards Ray Richards grew up in Richmond Hill just north of Toronto and moved to Ripley in 1975 to take his first teaching job at the high school, teaching … Continue reading Meet your candidates – BWDSB Trustees
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