SOUTH HURON — Erection of the building for the Grand Bend Sewage Treatment Facility is expected to go ahead in January and February after design changes to ensure the building meets the Ontario Building Code’s (OBC) post-disaster structural design standard.
BELGRAVE — Family Health Teams (FHT) want a level playing field when it comes to funding for salaries, greater control over their own budgets, and more mental health services.
LUCAN BIDDULPH — Presumptive legislature for firefighters has some changes starting in 2014, and the issue was discussed at the Nov. 3 Lucan Biddulph council meeting.
LAMBTON SHORES — The municipality will receive a hefty haul of Ontario taxpayer dollars to offset part of its cost of recovering from last summer’s Grand Bend area tornado damage.
EXETER — With three recent wins, the Exeter Hawks are now setting their sights on Mount Brydges, the team just above them in the SOJHL standings this season.
EXETER — The Exeter-Seaforth Ringette Association, in its first year since amalgamation, brought home the U14 division silver after some fast and furious play on the ice Nov. 15-16 at the 25th annual Ron Ferguson Memorial Tournamemnt.
NIAGARA FALLS — The Athletics Ontario Cross Country Championships was held Nov. 16 in Niagara Falls at Fireman’s Park and Team Saugeen had six runners from the Exeter area competing.
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EXETER — The second annual First Aid for the Hungry food drive, organized by members of Huron County Emergency Medical Services, kicked off in Exeter Nov. 8 at Hansen’s Independent on Thames Road East.
SOUTH HURON — Council has approved a zoning bylaw amendment application allowing for a new winery in the municipality.