The HD project, a first of its kind initiative in Canada, aims to capture the entire Shakespeare canon on film over the next 10 years.
A Stratford firefighter has taken the reigns on what is believed to be the first bylaw of its kind in Canada in the hopes of eliminating a hidden danger that men and women in uniform face each and every time they respond to a call
Depart from St. Marys at 5 a.m. en route to stop number one in Hamilton
SEBRINGVILLE – The County of Perth has revisited the issue of whether or not to allow the severance of farm properties by holding a public information meeting at the Sebringville Community Centre on Tuesday, June 23.
Although there wasn’t quite as much splashing this year as in years past thanks to grey skies, the Palmerston Lions Splash Bash still attracted a number of area families to Lions Heritage Park on Saturday, June 27.
NORTH WELLINGTON – Palmerston and Mount Forest hospital foundations have kept the hospitals “front and centre” in their communities, North Wellington Health Care board chair Tom Sullivan says.
ALS 10th ANNIVERSARY WALK– Well over 100 people gathered at Riverside Park in Wingham for the 10th anniversary of the ALS Walk. It was a bittersweet celebration – the participants regret the continued need for the walk and look forward to the day when hopes for a cure become reality and Lou Gehrig’s Disease (amyotrophic [...]
By Scott Nixon, Times-Advocate Staff ZURICH — Celebration was in the air in Zurich Sunday afternoon as the Blue Water Rest Home paid tribute to its 50th anniversary. Current and former staff, board members, politicians and residents attended the celebration which was moved inside the rest home due to the inclement weather. The official opening [...]
The chairperson for the South Huron Hospital Association’s board of directors said last week’s annual hospital meeting was a chance to celebrate successes and reflect on lessons learned.
Well over 100 people gathered at Riverside Park in Wingham for the 10th anniversary of the ALS Walk.