Posts in: Exeter

New Lucan Biddulph offices nearly complete

The new municipal offices in Lucan Biddulph are nearing completion.

New rules aim to help River Road congestion

Just in time for the unofficial beginning of the ‘summer’ tourist season, new parking rules have been approved in hopes of reducing traffic congestion along Grand Bend’s increasingly busy River Road.

Parents ask for French Immersion survey

A request for a new survey by the Avon Maitland District School Board (AMDSB) to gauge the level of interest for French Immersion in Huron County was made by a group of Huron County parents representing ‘Huron County Parents for French Immersion’ at its May 12 board meeting.

Exeter dentist caring for teeth for 35 years

By Jesse Cnockaert, Times-Advocate Staff   EXETER — Ever since Dr. William McGregor announced his retirement, he’s been having the longest goodbye of his life. McGregor has been practicing dentistry in Exeter for more than three decades. His retirement, effective June 1, completes 35 years of caring for people’s teeth. McGregor, who has lived in [...]

Exeter youth racer subject of new documentary

Cody Wilds, the nine-year-old Exeter racer with a need for speed, will soon be the focus of his own documentary.

Rush take loss in season opener

In their season opening game, the South Huron Rush women’s soccer team took on the German Canadian Blaze

Trying to stay out of that creek

I’ve heard life compared to a box of chocolates. They say you never know what you’re going to get. This seems true enough.

Driver airlifted to hospital after Exeter area accident

SOUTH HURON — A 20-year-old man was airlifted to hospital with life threatening injuries this morning after an accident east of Exeter.

(photo/Jesse Cnockaert)

A river of ducks

EXETER — The Exeter Hawks held their annual Rubber Duck Race in the Ausable River May 9. The event is a fundraiser for the Exeter Junior C Hawks hockey team.

Consultant chosen to tackle Grand Bend traffic

LAMBTON SHORES — B.M. Ross & Associates is the winner of two contracts aimed at ‘engineering’ solutions to summer vehicular congestion in Grand Bend.

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