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Brockton approves committee for hospice facility

Brockton council has unanimously approved the creation of a committee to investigate establishing a...



South Huron updated on economic development

SOUTH HURON — An update on South Huron’s involvement in the Huron County-Wide Economic Development...



Automated trash pickup coming to Bluewater?

BLUEWATER — Bluewater council must make a choice whether it will keep its current garbage and...



South Huron councillor: speeding through Crediton "appalling"

SOUTH HURON — The municipality of South Huron will contact the OPP about drivers frequently speeding...



Fusion Fall Frenzy to bring 1,500 people to Fergus this weekend

Prepare for the crowds as approximately 30 teams will travel to Fergus to participate in the first...



Area events raising funds for Syrian refugees

There are two local events this week benefiting Syrian refugees.

Have you made a bad investment?

Most people just don't know how much they're being charged to invest and a lot of people I talk to think they're paying nothing at all.


The Royal City Musical Production’s production of Fiddler on the Roof opens with a silent sunset-like image; silhouettes of trees and a fiddler perched atop a single building.

Asking for fairness

Exeter’s Ramona Dunn holds the letter she received last spring from the Canada Revenue Agency informing her that she owed the government more than $93,000 in back taxes dating back to a five-year period she worked at a health centre for aboriginals in Toronto. As a Status Indian, Dunn said she has a tax exemption and has started a petition to garner public support.

Bluewater Blooms

Bluewater was awarded the top prize of five blooms, as well as the Urban Forestry award, by Communities in Bloom Ontario at an awards symposium in Perth on Sept. 26. Members of the Bluewater Blooms committee presented the awards at a Bluewater municipal council meeting Nov. 16. Left to right: Bluewater Blooms co-chair Kay Wise, committee member Liz Sangster, Bluewater Mayor Tyler Hessel, committee member Carol Steckle and Bluewater deputy mayor/Bluewater Blooms co-chair Jim Fergusson.

Holiday Tradition

Presenting gift baskets to Laurie Montgomery (right), of Guelph Basketeers is Kelsey Blinkhorn (left), owner of Blinkhorn Benefits Group and his wife Laura Blinkhorn, a long-time supporter of the Basketeers organization.

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